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John McPhee boosted by podium challenge in Le Mans

Matthew Birt, 21 May 2014 10:53

John McPhee didn’t know whether to laugh or cry after the standout ride of his Moto3 career in Le Mans last weekend. McPhee’s eighth position doesn’t tell the true story of a stellar ride from the Scot, who was only 1.221s off winner Jack Miller and one second from claiming a stunning maiden rostrum in his second season with the ...

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Sam Lowes seeks qualifying boost

Matthew Birt, 21 May 2014 10:49

Sam Lowes reckons his hopes of becoming a consistent top six challenger in the Moto2 world championship will be boosted by better qualifying performances. The reigning World Supersport champion has only qualified inside the top 10 in two of his first five races in the ultra-competitive Moto2 category. But he has claimed three top 10 finishes so far in a ...

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Sachsenring’s spectacular Turn 11 unchanged for 2014

Matthew Birt, 20 May 2014 13:38

One of the most jaw-dropping and spectacular corners on the MotoGP calendar – Sachsenring’s famous Turn 11 – will not be modified for 2014. The downhill plunge, nicknamed the ‘Waterfall’, faced a revamp for this season, with a new layout designed to improve safety. The blind entry right-hander is taken flat-out in fourth gear at around 130mph but comes after ...

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Colin Edwards cagey on Michelin testing role

Matthew Birt, 20 May 2014 13:36

Colin Edwards has played down talk that he will lead development for Michelin if the French brand takes over from Bridgestone as official MotoGP tyre supplier in 2016. Michelin submitted its formal proposal to secure the exclusive tyre deal during last weekend’s Le Mans round, and the French manufacturer is a red-hot favourite to secure a return to MotoGP for ...

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Pol Espargaro admits imminent factory Yamaha move unlikely

Matthew Birt, 20 May 2014 13:32

Pol Espargaro’s ambitions of being a factory Yamaha rider in the near future might be on hold for considerably longer than he might have imagined. The current Moto2 world champion rides for the satellite Tech 3 squad with Briton Bradley Smith, but his contract is direct with Yamaha in Japan. He had hoped to secure a move to a factory ...

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Valentino Rossi: Marquez not Honda making difference

Matthew Birt, 19 May 2014 11:15

Valentino Rossi says it is the man and not the machine that is propelling Marc Marquez effortlessly towards a successful defence of his MotoGP world title in 2014. The Spaniard was unstoppable again in Le Mans yesterday when he recovered from an early off-track excursion that dropped him to 10th to win for a fifth successive race from pole position. ...

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Marquez: No pressure to extend winning streak

Matthew Birt, 15 May 2014 09:58

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has played down the pressure and expectation to continue his scintillating start to 2014 at the legendary Le Mans track this weekend. The Spaniard is bidding to become the first rider since Giacomo Agostini in 1972 to win the season’s opening five races in France on Sunday. And success in Sunday’s fifth round would ...

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Pol Espargaro aims to calm aggressive style

Matthew Birt, 14 May 2014 10:49

Treat a lady bad and you’ll never be happy. The same applies to a 1000cc MotoGP bike, according to reigning Moto2 world champion Pol Espargaro, who has found the switch to MotoGP in 2014 a tough transition. The Spaniard’s best result in the opening four rounds was a sixth in Texas and like many riders coming up from Moto2, including ...

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Marc Marquez signs new two-year HRC deal

Matthew Birt, 14 May 2014 10:00

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez will remain with Honda until the end of 2016, the Japanese factory has confirmed this morning. The Spaniard, who is undefeated in four races so far in 2014, has penned a new two-year contract to keep him on a factory RC213V. Marquez, who claimed a historic maiden premier class world title as a rookie ...

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KTM begins 2015 Moto3 assault

Matthew Birt, 09 May 2014 09:35

KTM has already kicked off its factory Moto3 assault for 2015 after testing next year’s factory bike in a behind-closed-doors test at the Almeria track in Spain recently. The bike is a complete revamp of the current machine that has made a stunning start to 2014, with Romano Fenati’s second win of the season in Jerez preserving the Austrian factory’s ...

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