revved-up and ready to go.Despite being a domestic series, this year's TTC has attracted more talent from around the worldwith Spanish Superstock 600 champ Aleix Aulestia and Floridian AMA Pro Road Racing Series rider Michael Corbino also on the grid.
Just look at how many riders pop out of the bubble (and note the ones who don't) as they brake for turn one on the last lap of the 1990 Rijeka GP.Featuring Stefan Prein, Ralf Waldmann and Loris Capirossi. Epic stuff!
DESPITE vowing never to hit race speeds on a motorcycle ever again after a serious accident in 2009, Michael Schumacher has been testing this week at Valencia with the Holzhauser Racing team. German news sources report that he had hoped to keep
markets around the world, which are growing markets, in particular in South East Asia: MotoGP is very important there and we only have one race there at the moment in Sepang. There is definitely capacity to have more races there,'I would like to see
in place who have shown tremendous commitment to the track and I look forward to helping them to develop Rockingham as one of the UK’s leading automotive race and test centres.'Rockingham Chief Executive Charlotte Orton said: 'This is an extremely positive
on marketing and promotion. The Young Guns academy aims to help these talented young riders develop the skills they need to make it in the sport of motorcycle racing.Three of the ten riders will be selected by the experts and will go head to head on track
CHAZ Davies scored a double victory in Spain on his S1000RR.Despite setting pole position, Tom Sykes couldn't capitalise on his pace, with a DNF in race one and a third place in race two. Sylvain Guintloi's brace of second place finishes
Carlos Checa had a lucky escape at Phillip Island in Race One after out-breaking himself and clipping the back of Marco Melandri's bike on his way into the gravel.Melandri also came off as Checa's Panigale slid into the rear of his BMW S1000RR HP4
podium spot in his very first MotoGP race, ahead of team-mate and fellow Spaniard Dani Pedrosa. Lorenzo, on pole, led from start to finish and crossed the line six seconds clear of the rest. But all eyes were on Rossi, returning to Yamaha after two years
to be on the pace from the opening race. He said: 'I feel really happy with the bike and the team,'I'm looking forward to the first race of the season. To be honest, you can test as much as you want but racing is racing and I'm already feeling quick. 'I've already
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