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HRC fail to tempt Casey Stoner out of retirement

Matthew Birt, 25 November 2014 12:23

Honda has failed with an audacious attempt to coax double MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner out of retirement. HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto admitted he tentatively asked the Australian about a shock return to racing when Stoner completed a two-day test on a factory RC213V prototype at the Twin Ring Motegi at the end of October. But not surprisingly, Stoner has ...

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Jack Miller braced for shoulder surgery

Matthew Birt, 25 November 2014 12:22

Jack Miller will make a rapid return to Europe after his second MotoGP test outing in Malaysia this week to undergo surgery on his right shoulder. The Aussie will take part in a three-day test at the Sepang track where he will get the chance to ride the upgraded Honda RC213V-RS Open class bike for the first time ahead of ...

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Jack Miller looking forward to second MotoGP test in Sepang

Matthew Birt, 25 November 2014 12:19

Jack Miller says he is excited to unleash more of the true potential of a MotoGP bike when he makes his second winter testing appearance at the Sepang track in Malaysia later this week. The Australian made his MotoGP debut on this year’s production Honda RCV1000R in Valencia earlier this month. But his three-day outing at the Sepang circuit will ...

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HRC boss: Honda not against Marc Marquez Moto2 wild card idea

Matthew Birt, 25 November 2014 11:19

Honda would not have blocked Marc Marquez from racing in Moto2 and MotoGP on the same day, even if HRC management thought it wasn’t a good idea. After Marquez wrapped up a second MotoGP world title in Japan last month, the Spaniard admitted he had looked at the possibility of racing of doubling up in Moto2 and MotoGP in next ...

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Cal Crutchlow happy to see Brad Binder get factory KTM shot

Matthew Birt, 25 November 2014 10:38

British rider Cal Crutchlow reckons one of the bright young talents emerging out of the entry-level Moto3 category is South African rider Brad Binder. Binder enjoyed his breakthrough season in 2014 when he scored a career first rostrum with a stunning second place in the German GP at Sachsenring. He followed that up with a third place at the end ...

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Marc VDS Racing celebrate record-breaking 2014

Matthew Birt, 20 November 2014 12:31

It has taken just four years for the Marc VDS Racing squad to become the undisputed dominant force in the Moto2 world championship. In a phenomenal 2014 campaign, the Belgium-based squad, run by Michael Bartholemy and bankrolled by super rich bike racing fan Marc van der Straten, smashed records galore with Tito Rabat and Mika Kallio. The pair finished 1-2 ...

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Donington Park safety upgrades outlined for British MotoGP

Matthew Birt, 20 November 2014 11:23

A full track resurface and new pit lane exit will be part of the winter upgrades that Donington Park will make ahead of the Leicestershire circuit returning to the MotoGP world championship schedule in 2015. Javier Alonso, who is a member of Race Direction and Dorna’s Managing Director of Events, took part in a special site visit to Donington Park ...

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Jerry Burgess: MotoGP return ‘not what I want to do’

Matthew Birt, 20 November 2014 10:45

Jerry Burgess says he is too old and too happy in retirement to make a shock return to MotoGP in the future. A year after being unceremoniously dumped by Valentino Rossi, the legendary Aussie chief engineer rejected the chance to be Scott Redding’s new Marc VDS Honda MotoGP crew chief in 2015. And he was also linked to a technical ...

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Alvaro Bautista: '2015 will be a test year'

Matthew Birt, 20 November 2014 10:34

Alvaro Bautista has conceded that 2015 will primarily be a test and development campaign for Aprilia’s new MotoGP project. The Spaniard got his first chance to assess the Noale factory’s new 1000cc contender in the first 2015 showdown immediately after the final round in Valencia earlier this month. The Aprilia that Bautista and teammate Marco Melandri tested in Valencia didn’t ...

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Marc Marquez would welcome brother Alex as future teammate

Matthew Birt, 19 November 2014 10:30

Double MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez has said he would welcome younger brother Alex as his future teammate in Honda’s official premier class squad. After clinching the Moto3 title by just two-points from Aussie rival Jack Miller in Valencia earlier this month, Alex Marquez got his first chance to ride a MotoGP bike when HRC gave him a ride on ...


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