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Mugello MotoGP blog: Is this the year?

Is this the season when the Valentino era ends? That’s the question that everyone is asking here at Mugello now that Jorge Lorenzo has won two of the first three MotoGP rounds this year.  The thought is justifiable – but premature. This is only the fourth event in an 18-round championship, and Rossi is only nine points behind Lorenzo. The ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 03 June 2010

Blog: Thanks, JT

Thanks, James Toseland, for everything you’ve done for British motorcycling in the past two years. If you hadn’t had the guts to risk the move from a safe home in WSB to leap into the raging MotoGP waters, Britain wouldn’t have had a single rider in motorcycle racing’s glamour class.  Motorcycling fans have long complained – rightly so – that ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 11 November 2009

Silverstone: The fastest MotoGP track in the world

Riders will lap Silverstone at an average speed of more than 122mph at the British MotoGP in 2010, making the new circuit the fastest on the MotoGP calendar by a clear 10mph. Silverstone date to change in MotoGP calendar reshuffle? The figure was revealed to MCN by circuit designers John Barrow and John Rhodes, of the London-based sports and event ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 04 November 2009

Donington Park BSB: Failure to operate the brake system caused Guintoli’s crash

A failure to operate the brake system on Josh Brookes’ HM Plant Honda caused the crash that took Sylvain Guintoli out of the British Superbike Championship, race director Stuart Higgs has revealed at Donington Park. The exact cause of the problem remains unknown at present, according to Higgs’ press release after he talked to HM Plant team manager Havier Beltran ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 25 May 2009

MotoGP Blog: Britain’s Articulate Grand Prix Boy Racers

There is an argument that exposing children to sport too early in their lives converts them into robotic racing clones, with brittle-thin personalities and narrow interests. But you only had to see Bradley Smith’s comportment on the podium at Jerez and in the press conference after his first-ever 125cc victory to appreciate that he’s articulate, courteous and cultivated. Bradley, now ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 04 May 2009

Jerez MotoGP: Smith takes first 125GP win

The 18-year-old Oxford rider Bradley Smith scored his first ever grand prix win in his 50th race in the 125cc event at Jerez. Smith, who had qualified second fastest, streaked into the lead from the grid on his Bancaja Aspar Aprilia, and never relinquished his advantage. His job was made easier when his two main rivals, team-mate Julian Simon and ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 03 May 2009

Jerez MotoGP: Lorenzo scores first pole this year

Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo scorched his Fiat Yamaha to his first pole position of the year at Jerez today, and held off desperate attempts by his rivals to dethrone him in the closing minutes of qualifying. With five minutes remaining in the 45-minute session Lorenzo already headed the time charts with a lap in 1m 38.933s. Close rivals Dani Pedrosa ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 02 May 2009

Jerez MotoGP: Rossi lands in paradise

“Compared to the past two races, this is paradise!” This was an ebullient Valentino Rossi speaking after the reigning MotoGP world champion had set fastest lap in the opening practice session at Jerez on his Fiat Yamaha. Rossi was referring more to the blissful weather at the Andalucian circuit – 23C today, 25C forecast for race day – rather than ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 01 May 2009

World Supersport, Valencia: Crutchlow Blazes to Second Pole

Britain’s Cal Crutchlow scored his second pole position in three races in qualifying for tomorrow’s World Supersport race at Valencia. The 23-year-old factory Yamaha rider bounced to the front with less than two minutes remaining in the 45-minute session with a lap in 1m 35.865s. This made him the only rider in the 1.35s bracket, as Joan Lascorz, the 24-year-old ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • World Superbikes
  • 04 April 2009

WSS Valencia: Lascorz Pips Crutchlow in Final Practice

Kawasaki’s Joan Lascorz just beat Britain’s Cal Crutchlow to head the timesheets in the final practice session for the World Supersport race at Valencia today. The Spaniard ripped his ZX-6R round the 2.487-mile Ricardo Tormo circuit in 1m 35.948s – the fastest supersport lap ever recorded here – to head Crutchlow, on the factory Yamaha YZF R6, by 0.363s. But ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • World Superbikes
  • 04 April 2009

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