Skip to content

Motorcycle Forums

Find

You looked for...

and found 1584 items

Results 1 - 10 of 1584

Anonymous

Discuss This

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...

Anonymous

Discuss This

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...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Cal Crutchlow worried by slow Ducati pace

Cal Crutchlow says he is not worried that his nightmare experience at Ducati will have an impact on his switch to the LCR Honda squad in 2015. Misano MotoGP winner Valentino Rossi spent most of his first season back at Yamaha last year trying to rediscover the confidence and form that completely deserted him during a disastrous two-year stint on Ducati%X92s...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Scott Redding back with Marc VDS on factory Honda

Scott Redding will make a dream return to the Marc VDS Racing squad in 2015 to ride a factory Honda RC213V in next year%X92s MotoGP world championship.After a period of intense negotiations, Marc VDS Racing confirmed its MotoGP switch in a short Twitter message last night in Misano. Multi-millionaire team owner Marc van der Straten agreed a three-year deal to lease...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Donington Park set for MotoGP safety inspection

A delegation of MotoGP management will visit Donington Park tomorrow (Wednesday) to check on potential modifications that the Leicestershire venue may have to implement ahead of next year%X92s British Grand Prix. MotoGP will be back at Donington Park in 2015 after it was chosen to host the race by the Circuit of Wales, which currently holds the exclusive promotional rights for...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Spanish football forces MotoGP season opener date change?

The 2015 MotoGP world championship campaign was due to kick off under the Losail International Circuit floodlights in Qatar on March 22. The date was agreed in meetings during last weekend%X92s Misano MotoGP round, but it is likely to put back one week to March 29 because of a major TV clash with the biggest football match in the domestic Spanish...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Eugene Laverty confirms MotoGP switch in 2015

Eugene Laverty will switch to MotoGP in 2015 after confirming he will leave the Voltcom Crescent Suzuki World Superbike squad at the end of the season. As was first revealed by MCN, the Irish rider will ride a production Honda RCV1000R machine for the Spanish-based Aspar squad, ending his long pursuit of a MotoGP ride. Laverty was linked to an Aspar switch...

Anonymous

Discuss This

Gresini to head Aprilia%X92s MotoGP return in 2015

Fausto Gresini will lead Aprilia%X92s long awaited return to MotoGP competition next season after he confirmed a four-year collaboration with the Italian brand in Misano today. Gresini will end his long association with Honda after failing to raise the budget to continue leasing a factory spec Honda RC213V and production RCV1000R beyond the current campaign. Gresini%X92s funding issue has created a major...

Anonymous

Discuss This

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...

Anonymous

Discuss This

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...

  • Created 17 September 2014 10:46 by Matthew Birt
  • Last comment 12 hours ago ago by DeGrasse
  • 7 comments

Results

Compare Insurance

Save money by comparing quotes. It's quick and easy

Motorcycles for sale

 

It's only £13.99 to advertise your motorcycle on MCN

Sell your Motorcycle

Motorcycle pricing tool

New! Find used bike prices

MCN Shop

With over 18,000 products, MCN shop is the best place to buy your biking kit