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Magny Cours WSS: van der Mark on top

Gordon Ritchie, 03 October 2014 15:28

After two WSS free practice sessions Michael van der Mark (Pata Honda) headed up the field on his Honda with a 1’41.744, with the surprise appearance of Roberto Tamburini (San Carlo Puccetti Racing Team Kawasaki) second and local French star Lucas Mahias (MG Competition) third on a Yamaha. Florian Marino (Kawasaki Intermoto Ponyexpres) was another local rider on the make ...

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Corser's BMW team springs to life

Michael Guy, 03 October 2014 15:00

After an aborted attempt to run a BMW Aussie dream team in 2014 an announcement is soon to be made about the former double World Champion’s plans to compete with a two-rider squad in WSB in 2015. Leon Camier and Josh Brookes are the riders in the frame to represent what could be the strongest BMW entry in 2015, when ...

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Magny Cours WSB: Guintoli heads Sykes in first session

Michael Guy, 03 October 2014 14:18

Sylvain Guintoli got his home round in Magny Cours off to a positive start by topping the time-sheets in the opening Free Practice session. The factory Aprilia rider is fighting to keep his world championship hopes alive with the Frenchman currently trailing Britain’s Tom Sykes by 31 points with two rounds to go. Sykes finished the opening session in second ...

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Pramac Ducati miss out on Eugene Laverty signing

Matthew Birt, 03 October 2014 10:40

Pramac Ducati management have admitted Aspar Honda just beat them to Eugene Laverty’s signature for 2015. Laverty has been locked in lengthy negotiations with Pramac Ducati for weeks, as the Italian squad sought a replacement for departing number one rider Andrea Iannone. Pramac had kept the seat next to Colombian Yonny Hernandez free for Scott Redding while the Briton’s future ...

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Aspar Honda confirms MotoGP deal for Eugene Laverty

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 14:30

Spain’s high-profile Aspar Honda squad has confirmed the signing of Irish rider Eugene Laverty for the 2015 MotoGP world championship. Laverty’s premier class switch, which was first revealed by MCN last month, will see him ride a production Honda RC213V-RS alongside Nicky Hayden in 2015. Laverty’s current Voltcom Suzuki World Superbike squad recently put out a statement confirming he will ...

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Andrea Dovizioso: ‘I was close to Suzuki’

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 12:29

Andrea Dovizioso says he came close to joining Suzuki for 2015 before agreeing a two-year contract extension with Ducati. The Italian was believed to be a top target for Suzuki, who were keen to benefit from his speed and experience to help advance development of the Japanese factory’s new 1000cc machine when it returns from self-imposed exile next year. The ...

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Cal Crutchlow resigned to losing crew chief for 2015

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 10:28

Cal Crutchlow has confirmed he will reluctantly split from crew chief Daniele Romagnoli when he ends his disappointing one-season career at Ducati next month. The British rider had wanted to take Italian Romagnoli with him to the factory-spec RC213V he will ride in Lucio Cecchinello’s satellite Honda squad in 2015. But Cecchinello’s current crew have been together since the 2008 ...

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Dani Pedrosa: ‘Never anything serious with Suzuki’

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 10:19

Dani Pedrosa has denied giving serious consideration to ending his career long association with Honda to head up Suzuki’s return to MotoGP next season. The Spaniard was linked to a Suzuki slot earlier this season before he penned a new two-year deal to remain alongside dominant reigning world champion Marc Marquez at Repsol Honda until the end of 2016. And ...

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Danny Kent backs Jack Miller to bounce back from Aragon crash

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 10:12

British rider Danny Kent has backed Moto3 title contender Jack Miller to bounce back from losing the world championship lead for the first time in 2014 last weekend. An early crash at the Motorland Aragon after contact with Spanish title rival Alex Marquez saw Aussie Miller lose a nine-point advantage and the championship lead he had held since the opening ...

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Danilo Petrucci joins Pramac Ducati

Matthew Birt, 02 October 2014 10:03

Pramac Ducati has confirmed it will replace Andrea Iannone with current Ioda Racing rider Danilo Petrucci in the 2015 MotoGP world championship. Petrucci has signed a two-year deal with the Italian-based squad and he will partner South American Yonny Hernandez next season. Pramac Ducati had kept Iannone’s seat vacant for a month while it waited to see if Scott Redding ...

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