-BMW CRT) No Time Claudio Corti ITA Forward (FTR-Kawasaki CRT) No Time The teams have a further day to iron out problems before the start of the main test. The main three-day MotoGP test, open to all teams and riders, starts on Tuesday (February 5th).
STILL suffering from the damages to his shoulder Dani Pedrosa will likely miss a third MotoGP round as Hiroshi Aoyama will find himself promoted to the factory team at Assen.Missing both the Catalunya and Silverstone races Pedrosa is still
and the team are putting maximum effort into this championship, and that helps me to keep my spirits high and to be confident heading into the season."The next MotoGP takes place at Sepang for another three days starting February 28th.
JOSE de Gea was out testing the Blusens Moto2 bike today but the team's test was cut short when de Gea lost the rear end on a fast corner, sending him and the bike tumbling through the gravel.de Gea left the track in an ambulance and went
late in the evening with the aim of gathering more information for the race, which will help the team during the practice sessions when they return. He set his best time of the day earlier in the evening, slightly slower than his time from yesterday
the Malaysian test; MotoGP Rookie Ben Spies was also out on his M1 Yamaha.Sepang Day One Test Times
by posting the fourth fastest time over the three days; the 2008 MotoGP125 Rookie of the Year beat a number of high profile names in the final test of the season.
150 – The win by Marc Márquez at the Catalan GP was the 150th Grand Prix victory by Spanish riders in the 125cc class. Only Italy, with 220 GP wins, has had more success as a nation in the 125cc class.39 years ago – On race day in Germany
MOTOGP SUPERSTAR Valentino Rossi posted the eighth fastest time of the day during his first ride aboard his 2011 Ducati MotoGP bike.In front of an eager throng of journalists, photographers and Rossifumi, the maestro took to the track wearing yellow
TIME is running out for discounted 'Early Bird' tickets for the British MotoGP as the deal ends on Tuesday 31st January at 5pm.'Early Bird' pricing starts at £12 for Friday practice and the Weekend Tickets - all three days of the event
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