IT’S been confirmed that BT Sport will have the rights to MotoGP coverage next year – leaving existing channels and their viewers potentially out in the cold.As we suggested here http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-racing-news-moto-gp/no-more-motogp
RUMOURS that BT’s pay-tv service is set to buy the rights to broadcast MotoGP from 2014 are gathering momentum – and with both the BBC and Eurosport deals expiring at the end of 2013 there’s uncertainty over where you’ll be able to see next year
DANI Pedrosa today made it three different winners in as many races of the 2013 MotoGP world championship. The Respsol Honda rider made one of his characteristic lightening starts but was quickly repassed by reigning champion Lorenzo. The factory
MotoGP World Championship Standings after Round 3, Jerez Marc Marquez Repsol Honda Team 61 Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda Team 58 Jorge Lorenzo Factory Yamaha Racing 57 Valentino Rossi Factory Yamaha Racing
BEAUTIFUL weather, beautiful bikes, but most importantly beautiful girls. We've handpicked a few from around the Jerez MotoGP paddock... it shouldn't all be hard work, right?!If you like these pictures, we have hundreds of motorsport grid girl
AMERICAN mag Cycle World has pictures of a redesigned version of the 2014 Suzuki MotoGP prototype on test at Motegi.It’s an updated version of the bike seen last year at the same track, with new bodywork, exhausts, a redesigned chassis and new
, but I don't think he will.'Puig reacted strongly, issuing a lengthy (over 1,000 words!) response, which has since been published on the official MotoGP site. Terming Schwantz's comments 'disrespectful', Puig began by analysing the stats:'Pedrosa has a
You can't say he isn't trying...
Check out these great images of Marquez's last corner move on Lorenzo. But was it a last-gasp lunge, or a calculated move? Did Lorenzo do well to stay on, or didn't he do enough to keep Marquez at bay?So, what do you reckon?
! Read CB1000R owner reviews or add your own.=4. CBR1000RR Fireblade (2006-2007) Reader score: 4.50When Honda introduced the stonking, almost-all-new CBR1000RR in 2004, it was MotoGP manna falling from the heavens. 170 bhp, 176kg, 175 mph… and that trick
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