FIAT WILL not be sponsoring the official Yamaha MotoGP effort in 2011, ending a four-year relationship with the team.Fiat first sponsored the Yamaha factory team of Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards in 2007, and enjoyed two world championship wins
relationship than with Rossi in the previous years. The Spaniard mentioned that they are talking more and sending messages amongst one another. However, the current Yamaha teammates are still separated by 'the Wall'.Spies like Lorenzo has an experience
about 2012.Francis Batta and Alstare have been involved with Suzuki for the best part of thirteen years and this tremendous relationship has given to everybody an immense amount of satisfaction. The strong relationship was forged right from the very
You know your bike intimately and spend hours together. If anyone was to harm your pride and joy you wouldn't think twice about harming them. That close bond between man and machine is special but compared to Dave it's nothing. That's because Dave loves Chase. Not 'the chase', bu...
that for the next 17 races – they still have 17 opportunities left to demonstrate than they can win." “The truth about my relationship with Valentino is that in reality we do not have much time when we can speak to each other. I think that having the garage split
relationship with Gábor was always perfect and now I can only wish him well in both sporting and private life. This situation saddens me greatly, but now we must plan our efforts in the future and not look back. "We will continue working in the Hungarian
DUE to a rise in the pricing of Yamahas and a consequent drop in the sales of stock J&L Motorcycles in Carlisle has decided to end its 9-year partnership with the manufacturer.The decision to cease trading in the partnership comes after owners John Kennedy and Laurence Brown made...
AFTER VISORDOWN broke the exclusive news that GSE racing had dropped Ducati for 2009, the team has today announced it will enter into a relationship with Yamaha Motor UK to compete in the British Superbike Championship over the next 3 years
is in negotiations with the manufacturer to remain on a Kawasaki next season.Sykes discovered that his ride for next season may be in doubt after Kawasaki informed Paul Bird Motorsports that they would end their relationship, hours later Sykes would gift the Japanese
about how they met, their love and the ups and downs of the 15-year relationship.To see the interview in full go to:Krystal Knievel interview
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