HERE'S HOW next season's MotoGP calendar schedule dates will look:April 12th* Qatar Losail April 26th Japan Motegi May 3rd Spain Jerez May 17th France Le Mans May 31st Italy Mugello June 14th Catalunya Catalunya June 27th** Netherlands Assen July 5
surplus work force of over 1,700 staff in Japan, Europe and the USA due to a drop in demand in the motorcycle market, a company spokeswoman said.Yamaha is in talks to send employees to Nissan car plant in October to work for six months.“We have surplus
YAMAHA MOTOR COMPANY have said it will recall 53,814 motorcycles to replace a defect in rear-wheel shock absorbers on the company's TW200E.The TW200E's in the recall were manufactured between 1987 and 2001 and all sold in Japan, the motorcycle firm
of its efforts to promote the Honda brand in India. One is the CBR1000 RR while another “model is under consideration”.Both bikes will be imported from Japan.
while he's in Japan promoting his latest flick, Inglourious Basterds.
in all of the races with the exception of Japan. His best result of the year so far has been second at Le Mans.All good stuff and a sound team-mate to our own Bradley Smith, who will surely have no doubt in bashing elbows and fairings with the Spanish
and various bespoke parts are to be handmade for the machine before testing begins at the beginning of February.“It is a beautiful motorcycle,” said Interwetten Moriwaki Moto2 Team Manager, Terrell Thien, after the machine’s arrival from Japan. “The whole
, after a relaxing holiday back home in Japan, I’m totally ready to continue the fight for the world title.”
HONDA JAPAN are to invest £68.7 million into a second motorcycle production plant in India to meet rising demand from the world's second-largest motorcycle market.The new factory, which Visordown revealed was on the cards over two years ago
in 2008.The 'intellectual property' sale consists of the Vincent trademark in the US, Australia and Japan, rights to various Vincent names, slogans and logos worldwide, as well as engineering data, studies and the company's website.Li's modern-day Vincent
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