NEW information has emerged from Honda with details that the new Moto2 class will feature sealed engines, fixed gear ratios, control electronics and limited data-logging equipment.After being rewarded the Moto2 contract two weeks ago it has been revealed that engines will be supp...
THREE senior judges today dismissed the No To Bike Parking Tax campaign appeal, saying there was "nothing in the grounds of appeal".Warren Djanogly, who led the NTBPT campaign, said: "We are hugely disappointed, but it is not over yet. We are now thinking of taking our case to...
LORIS CAPIROSSI has been forced to miss the Japanese GP next weekend after dislocating his right shoulder in the last round at Aragon.The Pramac Ducati rider injured his already damaged shoulder, from his crash at Assen in June, after a coming together with Toni Elias earlier thi...
TEAM Aspar has confirmed the two riders it will field in 2012 after signing Randy de Puniet and Aleix Espargaró.Jorge 'Aspar' Martinez graduated his team to MotoGP after years campaigned in the lower classes in 2010, running Hector Barbera on Ducatis for two seasons. For 2012 the...
MOTOGP BOSSES at the Grand Prix Commission have announced a raft of new regulations for the next couple of seasons of top-flight racing including a limit on the amount of engines used, confirmation of the one-make engine for Moto2 and a ban on electronic suspension aids.Here's th...
HRC has announced that Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez will line-up for the Repsol Honda team for the 2013 and 2014 seasons, finally killing speculation that Valentino Rossi could return to a Repsol Honda ride next year:Honda Racing Corporation (HRC) is pleased to officially announ...
THE FIRST BMW-powered MotoGP bike failed to make an appearance at Brno post-race testing.Eskil Suter's prototype Claiming Rule Team bike, expected to be on the grid for the 2012 season, was not ready in time, according to Suter.The Swiss race
where his injury was confirmed, ruling him out of this weekend's Grand Prix.The MotoGP grid is now down to 16 bikes with Dani Padrosa still out after suffering a collarbone injury at last months French Grand Prix.
JERRY Burgess, Valentino Rossi's Crew Chief has spoken out against the single-make tyre rule that will come into effect in 2009.Burgess reckons that Carmelo Ezpeleta, MotoGP's commercial director, has forced through the ruling to try and make
. "AMA/DMG have broken so many of their own rules this wknd. The Buell is just 1 in a long list. Yamahas own rules also. Hitler wld b proud," said Mladin on his Twitter page.“I don’t care if the Buell wins or comes 20th, the bottom line is it’s not legal
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