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Video: Vermeulen on his first MotoGP victory

Matthew Birt, 23 May 2007 18:05

Chris Vermeulen took a fantastic first MotoGP victory at Le Mans in torrential rain at the weekend, MCN man Matt Birt caught up with him to find out what it felt like to take Suzuki's first 800cc win.   Zoom & Watch more videos on MCN | TV

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Stoner - No regrets about Yamaha

Matthew Birt, 23 March 2007 09:30

Casey Stoner says he has got no regrets about missing out on the chance to partner Valentino Rossi in Yamaha’s factory MotoGP squad for the 2007 world championship. The 21-year-old was locked in negotiations with Yamaha bosses in 2005 and last season, but talks came to nothing and he was snapped up in a late deal by Ducati’s factory team ...

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Pitt devastated at Ilmor withdrawal

Matthew Birt, 19 March 2007 15:59

Andrew Pitt has spoken for the first time about the bitter disappointment at Ilmor’s shock withdrawal from the MotoGP world championship last week. The Aussie, who suffered a crushing blow at the end of 2006 when he was axed by Yamaha’s World Superbike squad, was left reeling by Mario Illien’s decision to suspend Ilmor’s involvement in MotoGP because of a ...

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Vermeulen Q and A

Matthew Birt, 07 March 2007 10:28

The new generation 800cc machines have already changed MotoGP racing beyond recognition, with faster corners speeds and later braking seeing lap times already faster than the more powerful 990cc four-strokes.After a long and exhaustive winter testing schedule, the first ever 800cc MotoGP world championship race takes place in Qatar, with Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa red-hot favourites to relieve Nicky ...

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Video: Rossi talks 800s

Matthew Birt, 13 February 2007 16:16

MCN caught up with seven-time world champion Valentino Rossi at this week's Sepang MotoGP test, and he spoke with us about how the tests have gone, and how he is making the transition to the new 800cc bikes.

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Interview: Casey Stoner

Dave Rawlings, 18 January 2007 15:30

Casey Stoner reckons he needs more critical testing time before he’ll be able to show the potential threat he could pose as a factory Ducati rider in the 2007 MotoGP world championship. The 21-year-old Australian will make his third appearance for the Bologna factory in Sepang on Monday when testing resumes after a seven-week lay-off. Speaking at Ducati’s traditional team ...

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Vermeulen Q&A

Matthew Birt, 18 January 2007 15:30

Aussie Chris Vermeulen embarks on his second year in the MotoGP world championship next week when testing resumes at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia. The former World Superbike runner-up had a memorable rookie year with the British-based Rizla Suzuki squad and is hoping Suzuki’s early promise with its new generation 800cc machine will help him add to the two pole ...

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Davies MotoGP future

Matthew Birt, 15 January 2007 13:09

British teenager Chaz Davies has vowed to fulfil his MotoGP dream in the future despite missing out on the chance to ride the new Ilmor in the 2007 world championship. Davies has been forced to rebuild his career in America having spent five years in 125 and 250 GPs. He said: “Nothing has slipped away. What’s difficult is once you ...

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Hayden: “800s suit Dani”

Matthew Birt, 12 December 2006 10:00

Nicky Hayden has joined Valentino Rossi in backing factory Honda team-mate Dani Pedrosa to pose a massive threat in 2007. The American’s will be bidding to make a successful defence on his MotoGP world championship crown but fears his team-mate will pose an even bigger threat than in 2006. Hayden said:  “He was fast out of the gate. He’s going ...

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Bridgestone boss Q&A

MCN, 01 December 2006 12:52

The man heading up Bridgestone’s assault on bike racing has spoken after the end of the MotoGP testing for the year. The firm has upped its input into the class after signing two more big names – Marco Melandri and Alex Barros – alongside its roster of Ducati, Kawasaki, and Suzuki’s works men. Hiroshi Yamada, the company’s head of bike ...

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