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Yamaha rethinks Open class project for Forward Racing

Yamaha will continue to supply the Forward Racing squad with a factory YZR-M1 engine and chassis after a late strategy change for 2015. Yamaha management have always been adamant that its Open class entry with Forward Racing would revert to an engine supply deal only in 2015, as had been the original plan for this season. But Yamaha has confirmed to MCN...

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Lorenzo boss: Misano front tyre choice worth a gamble

Jorge Lorenzo%X92s factory Yamaha team boss Wilco Zeelenberg believes the Spaniard%X92s hard front tyre choice in Sunday%X92s Misano MotoGP race was a gamble worth taking. Lorenzo, who had claimed three successive victories in Misano prior to last weekend, was the only rider in the field to select the hard compound front Bridgestone tyre for the 28-lap race. Lorenzo had been fast and...

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Jorge Lorenzo happy to keep crew chief

Jorge Lorenzo is to keep faith with long-serving crew chief Ramon Forcada. Speculation has been rife that Lorenzo was contemplating replacing Forcada for 2015 after his failure to seriously threaten for the MotoGP world championship this season. Only five races of the 18-round schedule remain and Lorenzo is still to win in 2014 and he currently trails Movistar Yamaha teammate Valentino Rossi...

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Jack Miller to make MotoGP move with LCR Honda

Jack Miller will make the huge leap into MotoGP in 2015 after it was finally confirmed the Moto3 world championship leader is to partner Cal Crutchlow in the LCR Honda squad next season. Miller has been hand picked by HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto and will be fast tracked off a 55bhp KTM Moto3 bike to ride a production Honda in Lucio...

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Scott Redding gutted to miss out on preferred crew chief

Scott Redding has admitted he had a lump in his throat when he realised that his number one crew chief option for 2015 was not available. The 21-year-old was hoping to work with Casey Stoner%X92s ex-Ducati and Repsol Honda crew chief Cristian Gabbarini next season when he will ride a factory RC213V in the Marc VDS Racing squad. Redding was eager to...

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Dominique Aegerter explains decision to stay in Moto2

Highly rated Swiss rider Dominique Aegerter has explained why he turned his back on a potential MotoGP switch in 2015. Aegerter, who is currently fourth in the Moto2 standings courtesy of a debut win in Germany and three other podiums this season, was linked with a move to Pramac Ducati and Forward Yamaha for 2015. But Aegerter will ride a Kalex machine...

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Yamaha delighted with Colin Edwards testing deal

Yamaha boss Lin Jarvis reckons Colin Edwards was the outstanding candidate to play a key role in adapting the YZR-M1 to Michelin tyres for 2016. Having prematurely split from the Forward Racing squad just eight races before he was due to retire, the 40-year-old has clinched a testing deal with Yamaha for the remainder of this year and the whole of...

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Eugene Laverty lands Aspar Honda deal?

Eugene Laverty is understood to have clinched a MotoGP move for 2015 with the high profile Aspar Honda squad. MCN sources understand Laverty has agreed a deal to ride a production RCV1000R next season after Scott Redding ruled himself out of a possible deal to partner Nicky Hayden in 2015. Redding has signed a dream deal to ride a factory RC213V in...

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LCR Honda rubbish Jerry Burgess crew chief link

A shock return to MotoGP in 2015 for Valentino Rossi%X92s legendary ex-crew chief Jerry Burgess has been dismissed as %X91complete fantasy.%X92 Burgess, who was sacked by Rossi at the end of last season after winning seven MotoGP titles together, was the subject of shock speculation linking him with a crew chief role with rising Aussie Moto3 star Jack Miller. Miller, who is...

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Rossi tips Bastianini for big future

Valentino Rossi has backed Italian Moto3 sensation Enea Bastianini to emerge as a big star of the future. Bastianini has been one of the big revelations of 2014 after graduating from the Red Bull Rookies Cup with Fausto Gresini%X92s KTM Moto3 squad. The 16-year-old has scored three podium finishes and one front row start and his stunning performances have caught the eye...

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