2009 is looking like being one of the best seasons in a long time for WSB, gone is Bayliss and his dominant ways and now the championship is open to anyone, with BMW and Aprilia hungry to stamp their mark on the series.In MotoGP, Rossi has been
In 1997, 12 years ago, Valentino Rossi hinted at his dominant future of the MotoGP class with his first World Championship but few of us could have predicted Rossi's sheer brilliance and utter dominance of every GP class he's raced in since.We take
Suzi PerryYou voted Suzi Perry your most desirable motorcycle passenger, over Kylie Minogue and Angelina Jolie amongst others. So clearly you've got a thing or two for BBC's MotoGP presenter and glamour behind The Gadget Show. So here's a gallery
1985 Honda NSR500 ... click pic to see galleryGP machines don't get much sexier than this Honda NSR500 from 1985.Winner of 8 out of 12 rounds in the 1985 500cc World Championship, the Honda NSR500 won both the Manufacturers' and Riders' Championships. Ridden by Freddie Spencer, t...
Valentino Rossi may be one of the world’s highest paid sportsmen, well ahead of F1 champ Lewis Hamilton and just behind global brand David Beckham but his whopping £21m a year salary is dwarfed by the likes of Tiger Woods, the highest earning sportsman of all time, who tucked awa...
it to be positioned closer to the front wheel and with it, adjust the weight bias. The crankcases are vacuum die-cast and some engine casing parts are made from magnesium alloy to further reduce weight.The double-ribbed pistons feature RR58 alloy (the main structural
been developed from Kawasaki's time in MotoGP and unlike the KTRC system used on the 1400GTR ABS, S-KTRC has been designed to maximise forward motion and not just offer reassurance when riding in changing conditions. According to Kawasaki, S
looks like a 'death or glory' move, a win at the TT could put Norton firmly back on the map, but anything else could prove terminal. Best of British!6. Moto3Yes, the arrival of Moto2 also means the departure of two-strokes from the MotoGP paddock
guide.Donington ParkDonington Park may have lost MotoGP but believe me this is still one of the safest and most challenging circuits in the world. Four-time 500cc World Champion Eddie Lawson may have moaned that the Melbourne Loop section was like a
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