THE German MotoGP was a typical 125cc race: a hive of activiy throughout the pack with six guys battling for first place for most of the race.However in the final laps it came down to three riders; Vinyales, Zarco and Faubel.Into the last corner
The music has finally stopped regarding Ben Spies’ future and now it looks like the chairs in both WSB and MotoGP are filling up fast. The super-fast American has signed a two-year deal with Yamaha that will see him being fast tracked into Yamaha
-enthusiastic Italian reporter misunderstood the meaning.Casey Stoner doesn't have a history of tolerating negative comments. It looks like Hayden got away lightly.
REPORTS from the MotoGP paddock suggest Yamaha or Honda could offer Rossi's chief mechanic, Jerry Burgess, a sizeable wage increase to lure the Australian away from joining the Italian at Ducati in 2011.Burgess, one of the most successful
THE WORD from the MotoGP grapevine says that Moto2 and 125 will be making future appearances at Laguna Seca, taking over from the AMA support classes that are currently run.The news is strictly a rumour and Dorna's idea for the support class shake
HRC will field eight Honda riders at the next round at the Twin Ring Motegi, for the first time in history as Shinichi Ito and Kosuke Akiyoshi line up on additional Honda 212Vs at the Japanese GP.Shinichi Ito will be a wildcard entry in an official
.CEO for the circuit, Paolo Poli said: ”Mugello Circuit wants to remember a champion who deeply loved this track and on which corners he wrote unforgettable pages in the history of motorcycling.“The Italian GP takes place in two weeks time on July 15th.
GIACOMO AGOSTINI, the most successful motorcycle racer in history, does not believe that Valentino Rossi will win a tenth MotoGP championship.Speaking to GPone.com, Agostini said: 'I'm convinced that Valentino Rossi isn't finished as a racer, but I
DAVIDE BRIVIO - team manager for Valentino Rossi at Fiat Yamaha - has unofficially announced he will leave Yamaha MotoGP at the end of 2010.The news comes following Rossi's announcement that he will leave the Yamaha squad to join Ducati MotoGP
figure in the MotoGP paddock, Tomizawa died from serious head and chest injuries following a three-bike pile-up at the Italian circuit. Tomizawa entered GP history books when he won the inaugural Moto2 race, which took place at Losail, Qatar, on 11th
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