, leading both races and scoring a season's best result of fifth.Perhaps some of the money saved from F1 will be diverted to the WSB cause?
GP Official Test in Jerez.Rossi has already driven the car twice, sparking rumours that an eventual switch from to four wheels was on the cards, although the eight-time motorcycling world champ says he's too old to consider a serious switch to F1. He has
when he retires from MotoGP, we spoke to British racing legend, and huge Rossi fan, Sir Stirling Moss on his thoughts about a potential switch.“I’m certain Rossi could succeed in F1 if he wanted, if you are good at one motor sport you will be good
VALENTINO Rossi, the eight-time GP World Championship winner - one of the highest earning sports personalities in the world - will drive at selected F1 events this year for Brawn GP.The Virgin-backed squad had a successful opening race in Australia
-style show when he wins his first 2010 GP."He [Rossi] is great, F1 needs a character like him. For my first victory of 2010 I will do something for the fans: it won't be as brilliant Rossi-style, but enough to thank them."On the controversial subject of new
Pedrosa ... 2mph faster than an F1 carDANI PEDROSA had set a new landmark top speed for 800cc MotoGP bikes, breaking for the first time the record set by the previous-generation 990s and clocking a top-speed higher than the F1 cars manage
VALENTINO ROSSI confirmed at Valencia that he will not only take part in the RAC Rally, as well as the Monza Rally Show, but that he will be testing a Ferrari F1 during the winter.The Ferrari deal, however, has no significance, he insisted
It takes a quick car to beat a bike on the road, but on the track, who's fastest when it comes to the pinnacle of motorcycle and car motorsport, will it be the F1 car or will it be the MotoGP bike?
,” said Alonso, “I think the Ferrari family and all Italians who love sport and motorcycling will remember him always. His death was something one could never have expected. We will remember him always and he will always be a hero to us.” Massa added: “We
at Cartegena circuit earlier in the year could prevent the German's return. Schumacher's spokeswoman said:"Michael had a motorcycle accident in February when he had a neck problem - and I really can't tell you if his neck would be fine to drive an F1 race
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