it needs a bit of a mix-up. If Robin and I were in charge at Dorna, then this would be what the revised 2012 MotoGP calendar would look like.We've started the season by replacing Losail, Qatar with Istanbul, Turkey. The night thing has lost its shine
Here's an interesting video, which you better watch quick before Dorna pull it.I've watched it a few times and from the overhead shot, it's clear Valentino is wider on the ext of the turn than anyone else. Does that put him in the wrong though?
HERE'S some footage from Marc Marquez's Honda as he lost the front at Mugello in FP2. Watch it quick before Dorna pull the video.Data from Marquez's bike shows he lost the front the moment he touched the brakes, at an astonishing 209mph, Marquez
A design plan of the new circuitMOTOGP'S GOVERNING body, Dorna Sports S.L., have made a proposal to the FIM for the inclusion of a Hungarian Grand Prix event on the 2009 World Championship calendar.An announcement of the construction
. Dorna, the promoters of MotoGP have also been rumoured to be interested in holding a MotoGP round in India.The 2011 WSBK calendar is already set, so it's not going to happen this year but it could happen in 2012. Watch this space.
Stumbled across this vid by accident - we were actually watching a Spanish man goading a really angry, spitting Ibex in a pen and I can't remember the connection with Assen.I digress.Three things struck us when we watched this video in the office
MOTOGP'S grid looks set to increase next season thanks in part to the addition of the new Claiming Rule Teams.Dorna are looking at the production-based CRT bikes as the future of the sport, which is something the 1987 500GP champion, Waybe Gardner
place in the pits.Anyone watching the Czech GP on TV might be forgiven for thinking otherwise. At least 90% of screen time was devoted to the leading trio: Biaggi heading Rossi heading Kato in a dour, follow-my-leader parade. All were obviously waiting
GP at the moment so he might be able to find a ride and stay in the championship. At the moment it's not a done deal that he is going back to WSB. There are deals on the table that both sides are considering."It's reported Dorna, the governing body of Moto
as he has a substantial amount of experience on Yamaha's M1 MotoGP racer, as well as significant miles under his belt on Bridgestone MotoGP tyres. Our source has also learned that bigwigs in Dorna and Yamaha believe Toseland would be a big crowd puller
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