FREDDIE SPENCER, Mick Doohan and Alex Criville will take part in a special series of laps at Motegi this Saturday for Honda.The trio will be part of a series of events to mark ten years of racing by the MotoGP Championship at the Japanese track. The riders will take to the circui...
160bhp - 115kg - now that's a proper racebikeTWO STROKE fans sit back and enjoy this short clip of Visordown's Niall Mackenzie firing up his Yamaha France YZR500 Grand Prix machine.The bike was ridden by Niall in GP500s in the early 1990s but is now
FORMER GP500 winner, Simon Crafar, has spoken out about CRT, backing it as the future of GP racing.The new class has been a controversial talking point with everyone, from paddock insiders, to racing fans the world over. The CRT class shares a
MICK DOOHAN has been confirmed as one of the entrants for the 2009 Race of Champions.The five-times 500cc GP World Champion (when race bikes were real race bikes) has been announced by the event organisers as part of the event on June 6 and 7.According to the organisers, mighty M...
ACCORDING TO none other than GP stalwart Randy Mamola, the next generation Yamaha R1 will be about the same physical size as the current R6 roadbike.Speaking on the British Eurosport 2 MotoGP coverage of the premier class practice session Mamola, second in the 500GP class four ti...
It's the eternal question; would great racers of the past beat the current champions?US GP fans will get the chance to see three generations of racing heroes duking it out at Laguna, when Rossi faces up to the challenge of Yamaha’s past three World Champions, Kenny Roberts, Eddie...
FORMER WSBK and Grand Prix 500 racer Simon Crafar has been seriously injured in Romania while out riding an enduro bike. It's reported he was hit by a car and has suffered a fractured vertebra. The New Zealander had to undergo a nine-hour operation to put a metal plate in. At the...
Valentino Rossi was born on February 16, 1979 in Urbino, Italy. Rossi has become one of the greatest riders in MotoGP, with multiple championship and race victories across GP125, 250 GP, 500 Grand Prix and MotoGP.The first championship victory
VF was ridden by the 'King of Slide' Garry McCoy in the 1998 GP500 class. This is the v-twin version, which has a claimed power output of 170bhp and a dry weight of 132kg. Today's superbike figures may look like they offer similar performance
Championship career, the 1983 Suzuki XR40 and1984 Suzuki XR45 offered for sale are bothfinished in their correct blue-over-white livery andadorned with Sheene's 'Lucky Number 7'.Beautifully engineered, each is a reminder of thatgolden two-stroke GP500 era, in which
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