lapped on race pace during the day's testing.No times have been made available by the factory and Max is scheduled to ride the bike again immediately after the final round of the World Superbike Championship in Portimao, Portugal on November 2.
SEVEN-TIME Formula 1 King Michael Schumacher was invited to ride a couple of WSB machines after the final round of the series at Portimao, Portugal.The German ace, who's recently taken a shine to motorcycle racing, tested newly-crowned WSB champ
behind the scenes, it's far from set in stone that the Aussie, who has been missing from the last three rounds of the championship with a 'mystery' illness, will be back for Portugal.We've been told on good authority that Stoner's not happy with something
MOTOGP EXILE James Toseland posted the fastest time in morning practice today (Friday) at Portimao, Portugal, ahead of this weekend's second round of the 2010 World Superbike Championship.Riding a Sterilgarda Yamaha R1, Toseland posted a fastest
in Portugal to ride the new Daytona 675R. We really had to work hard to convince him to leave his 2CV and Star Wars collection behind, so he could jump on a plane and deliver his verdict on Triumph's top-end Daytona 675R. Check out the onboard lap.
RAIN HAMPERED yesterday's Superbike team testing at the Portimao circuit in Portugal.Riders including British racers Jonathan Rea, Leon Haslam and James Toseland had hoped to put in some dry weather laps but could only manage three or four laps
to the original version, although the amount of rounds and the venues remain unchanged.The races in Portugal and Valencia will be held one week earlier than originally scheduled, while Japan and Australia have exchanged their dates.Date Grand Prix
REIGNING MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner says that he and his Ducati team have been left puzzled by a bought of extra grip they found at the Le Mans tests earlier this week. After using a particular rear Bridgestone for the Portugal race
THREE DAYS of official testing have been confirmed for World Superbike and World Supersport at the Portimão circuit in the Algarve region of southern Portugal next January. The tests will take place at the Autodromo do Algarve from Friday 23rd
FORMER MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner has spoken out against the rumours that have surrounded the Australian's absence from the MotoGP grid.The Ducati rider has insisted he will be back in time for Portugal and has dismissed speculation that his
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