The Scot Honda team’s recent withdrawal from MotoGP must be a concern for Dorna’s power brokers. Citing costs as the reason for the team’s exit, the news leaves a grid of just 17 MotoGP bikes for 2010. This makes the so-called premier class
the last six races in the 125cc race. This is the longest ever sequence of successive 125cc GP wins achieved by Derbi.5 – Valentino Rossi is the rider with most victories at the new Sachsenring circuit with five wins (1x 250cc, 4 x MotoGP), followed
INDIANAPOLIS MOTOGP RESULTS 1. Dani Pedrosa (SPA) Repsol Honda Team 47'31.615 2. Ben Spies (USA) Monster Yamaha Tech 3 + 3.575 3. Jorge Lorenzo (SPA) Fiat Yamaha Team + 6.812 4. Valentino Rossi
CARLOS CHECA'S hopes of landing a Ducati ride in MotoGP have been dashed after a deal with the Italian factory only turned up an Italian bike in WSB.The Spaniard will be riding for the Althea team in WSB in 2010 after being dropped by the Ten Kate
VALENTINO ROSSI took his 46th win for Fiat Yamaha MotoGP this weekend, by winning the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.After making a poor start from the second row, the Italian fought his way through the pack from 9th place to dominate the race
WE'RE NOT QUITE sure what this is all about but check out the MotoGP mannequins that are ready to go on display ahead of the final round of the championship at Valencia this weekend.Have you ever seen anything quite so pointless and bizarre? Dani
APRILIA technical director Luigi dall'Igna has scuppered rumours the Italian company will race in MotoGP when the series returns to 1000cc engines in 2012.Speaking to MotoSprint, dall'Igna Said:"To race in a world championship with a bike
THREE days after the accident that forced him to miss yesterday's Catalan Grand Prix at Montmelo, Jorge Lorenzo’s recovery is progressing well at the Institut Dexues in Barcelona. The 21-year-old sustained head trauma and damage to his right hand in Friday’s crash but is improvin...
ON THE same day French tyre manufacturer Michelin announced its withdrawal from MotoGP, Bridgestone has put its official bid to be the MotoGP single tyre supplier for next season.The Japanese tyre manufacturer met on Saturday at Phillip Island
APRILIA IS expected to return to MotoGP in 2012, if the 1000cc rule is introduced. The company is currently concentrating on World Superbikes, but is said to have already decided to make a GP return.
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