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Jerry Burgess stunned to be dropped by Valentino Rossi

Matthew Birt, 08 November 2013 16:58

Valentino Rossi’s legendary Australian crew chief Jerry Burgess has spoken of his shock and surprise at being dropped by the Italian star for the 2014 MotoGP world championship. Nine-times world champion Rossi dropped a bombshell in the Valencia paddock yesterday (Thursday) when he informed Burgess that he would be replacing him immediately after this weekend’s final race in Spain. The ...

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Nicky Hayden ‘can’t wait’ for Honda return

Matthew Birt, 07 November 2013 10:04

American Nicky Hayden has spoken of his excitement and anticipation at returning to Honda when preparations for the 2014 MotoGP world championship commence in Valencia next week. The 2006 world champion will make his debut on the new production Honda RCV1000R machine during next week’s three-day test session in Spain after he ended a miserable five-year stint at Ducati by ...

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Rare front row brings mixed emotions for Nicky Hayden

Matthew Birt, 26 October 2013 11:57

Nicky Hayden might have been happy to score a first MotoGP front row for 18 months in Japan today after he finished third fastest in a rain-hit qualifying session at the Twin Ring Motegi. But the American had mixed emotions, as he felt at one stage in an extended 75-minute session that he could battle for his first pole position ...

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Crutchlow and Dovizioso eager to work with new Ducati boss

Matthew Birt, 11 October 2013 12:24

Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso have spoke of their excitement and anticipation at the prospect of working with new Ducati MotoGP boss Gigi Dall’Igna in 2014. The Italian’s appointment as the new Ducati Corse supremo was confirmed yesterday (Thursday) and after agreeing to quit Aprilia, Dall’Igna is replacing current chief Bernhard Gobmeier immediately after the final race in Valencia next ...

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Nicky Hayden: Ducati slipping further behind Honda and Yamaha

Matthew Birt, 03 October 2013 11:06

Nicky Hayden fears the gulf in performance between Ducati’s struggling Desmosedici and Japanese rivals Honda and Yamaha is increasing. The American, who will leave Ducati after a difficult five-year stint at the end of the season, says a failure to improve the woeful Desmosedici and a clear lack of technical leadership is behind the Bologna factory’s continuing nightmare sequence of ...

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Josh Herrin to join new Caterham Moto2 squad

Matthew Birt, 01 October 2013 10:50

Newly crowned American superbike champion Josh Herrin will join the new Caterham Moto2 squad for the 2014 world championship. The 23-year-old clinched the AMA title last weekend at Laguna Seca and immediately confirmed he had clinched a two-year deal to switch to Moto2. The Californian did not reveal which team he had signed for but the hot rumour during last ...

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Marc Marquez sorry for unlucky Dani Pedrosa

Matthew Birt, 30 September 2013 10:56

Marc Marquez was both ecstatic and remorseful at the Motorland Aragon track yesterday (Sunday) as an incident with factory Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa overshadowed another fantastic MotoGP victory from the rookie sensation. Marquez superbly held off a determined challenge from factory Yamaha rival Jorge Lorenzo to claim a decisive win that moves him into a commanding 39-point world championship lead ...

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Cal Crutchlow: Marquez blameless in Pedrosa crash

Matthew Birt, 30 September 2013 10:41

British rider Cal Crutchlow jumped to the defence of MotoGP world championship leader Marc Marquez yesterday (Sunday) after the Spaniard’s aggressive riding was thrust under the microscope again at the Motorland Aragon. Marquez was battling for second place with Repsol Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa when he ran into Turn 12 too hot on the brakes. Picking up his factory RC213V ...

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Jorge Lorenzo: Marquez ‘taking risks all of the time’

Matthew Birt, 30 September 2013 10:23

Jorge Lorenzo has been one of the biggest critics of compatriot Marc Marquez in 2013, but the reigning world champion refused to condemn the rookie sensation after yesterday’s dramatic Motorland Aragon clash in Spain. Lorenzo was leading the 23-lap race and was totally oblivious to the drama unfolding behind him on lap six when Marquez made momentary contact with the ...

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Valentino Rossi avoids unwanted record with Aragon podium

Matthew Birt, 30 September 2013 09:25

Valentino Rossi scored a fifth podium of 2013 in yesterday’s Motorland Aragon MotoGP clash in Spain to avoid creating an unwanted slice of history for himself. With dominant Spanish trio Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez streaking away in the early stages of the 23-lap race, Rossi was once again stuck in fourth and locked in a battle with ...

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