GRESINI HONDA man Marco Melandri will take no further part in this weekend's MotoGP action from Assen having dislocated his shoulder in a crash during morning practice.Melandri highsided his Honda RC212V just 12 minutes into the session but walked away from the incident, despite ...
MOTOGP DUTCH TT Race Results1. Jorge Lorenzo ESP Fiat Yamaha 41m 18.629s2. Dani Pedrosa ESP Repsol Honda 41m 21.564s3. Casey Stoner AUS Ducati MotoGP 41m 25.651s4. Ben Spies USA Monster Yamaha Tech 3 41m 31.894s5. Andrea Dovizioso ITA Repsol Honda
to make his 100th Grand Prix start at the Dutch TT. He made his Grand Prix debut as a wild-card in the 125cc race at the final GP of 2005 at Valencia. He competed as a full time rider in the 125cc class for five years from 2006 to 2010 making 76 GP starts
BRADLEY Smith, the British 125cc MotoGP rider, has been ruled out of the 125cc Dutch TT after a crash in practice.The 16-year-old Repsol Honda rider, sustained hand and foot fractures after being hit by another rider, Andrea Iannone, who was on a
to increase at the tracks where Rossi had hoped to narrow Stoner's lead.Assen is also the track where Nicky Hayden took his first win outside of the USA, after that epic battle with Edwards. And fortunately for the Kentucky Kid, the Dutch TT coincides with a
of the race, but absolutely out of contention, ahead of Chris Vermeulen, who had rejoined after being run off by de Puniet, but whose Suzuki had suffered too much damage to be able to get back on the pace.ResurrectionThe Dutch TT at Assen is always a special
MOTOGP heads to one of its most historic race venues this weekend as the Assen circuit plays host to the Dutch TT, the halfway point of this season's exhilarating championship.Ducati Corse's Casey Stoner leads the championship by 26 points over
MOTOGP World Championship favourite Jorge Lorenzo posted the fastest time in today's practice at Assen, ahead of this weekend's action at the Dutch TT.The Spaniard pipped for World Champion Casey Stoner to the top slot by less that 0.02 second
JORGE LORENZO stayed at the top of the top of the timesheets following Friday morning practice for this Saturday's Dutch TT.The Fiat Yamaha rider, who was quickest in Thursday practice, posted a best of 1:34.796, eclipsing second place man Casey
1.Valentino Rossi (ITA) Fiat Yamaha Team 42'14.611 2.Jorge Lorenzo (SPA) Fiat Yamaha Team + 5.3683.Casey Stoner (AUS) Ducati Marlboro Team + 23.1134.Colin Edwards (USA) Monster Yamaha Tech 3 + 29.1145.Chris Vermeulen (AUS) Rizla Suzuki MotoGP + 33.6056.James Toseland (GBR) Monst...
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