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Honda deny 2015 talks with Cal Crutchlow

Matthew Birt, 04 July 2014 10:29

Honda is not planning to launch a bid to save Cal Crutchlow from his Ducati nightmare. Rumours started to emerge in Assen last weekend that Crutchlow was being considered as a replacement for Alvaro Bautista at Gresini Honda or Stefan Bradl at LCR Honda for 2015. But HRC boss Livio Suppo, who admitted in Holland that Bautista and Bradl’s future ...

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Cal Crutchlow: 'I'm still motivated'

Matthew Birt, 16 June 2014 19:10

Cal Crutchlow reckons his motivation has not suffered a massive jolt after a nightmare start to his Ducati career. The British rider retired with an electronics issue in yesterday’s thrilling Catalunya clash and has now failed to finish in five out of seven races on the Desmosedici GP14. And during a one-day test session at the Barcelona track, Crutchlow was ...

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Catalunya MotoGP: Pedrosa takes surprise pole

Liam Marsden, 14 June 2014 13:55

Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa claimed a surprise pole position ahead of tomorrow's MotoGP race at the Catalunya circuit. Pedrosa's pole position breaks team-mate Marc Marquez's run of six previous pole positions. Marquez crashed with less than a minute of the session remaining and will start from the back of the front row in third. Yamaha rider Jorge Lorenzo splits ...

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Honda: No regrets losing Jack Miller to KTM

Matthew Birt, 09 June 2014 14:42

Honda has denied it was a major mistake not keeping Aussie sensation Jack Miller in its Moto3 stable for 2014.Miller impressed on an underpowered FTR-Honda last season but moved to join the high profile Red Bull KTM squad before HRC confirmed it was upping its effort in Moto3 with a completely revamped machine.Miller has already established himself as one of ...

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Ducati starts work on 2015 Desmosedici

Matthew Birt, 03 June 2014 17:18

Ducati has started working on the radical revamp of its Desmosedici machine it hopes will finally end a winless run stretching back to the end of 2010.That’s the good news for British rider Cal Crutchlow. The bad news is the complete re-design of the bike will definitely not be ready until 2015 and Crutchlow will have to race for the ...

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Dani Pedrosa remains keen on new Honda deal

Matthew Birt, 21 May 2014 10:48

Dani Pedrosa remains adamant his priority is to remain an official factory Honda rider in 2015. The Spaniard has been linked with a lucrative switch to lead Suzuki’s new 1000cc project, but he is keen to secure a new deal with HRC, despite the prospect of having to take a big pay cut. Serious talks between Honda and Pedrosa will ...

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Suzuki working on new bike for 2015

Matthew Birt, 09 May 2014 10:01

Suzuki will roll out a heavily revamped new 1000cc MotoGP bike in time for the start of the 2015 pre-season testing campaign in Valencia in early November. There is no doubt the Japanese factory, which went into self-imposed exile at the end of 2011, is not returning next year to play second fiddle to dominant rivals Honda and Yamaha, with ...

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Valentino Rossi to race on with new chassis

Matthew Birt, 07 May 2014 11:14

It may only offer a minimal gain in feeling on corner entry, but Valentino Rossi will continue to race a new Yamaha chassis he rode to a brilliant second place in Jerez last Sunday.Rossi spent more time on the new YZR-M1 frame on his way to finishing third quickest in a one-day post race test session at the Jerez track ...

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Hand injury rules Cal Crutchlow out of Argentina race

Matthew Birt, 22 April 2014 11:01

Cal Crutchlow has been forced to withdraw from this weekend’s inaugural MotoGP round at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.The Ducati rider has not recovered from a dislocated and broken right little finger he suffered in a heavy fall at the previous round in Austin and will now focus on returning to partner Andrea Dovizioso in the first ...

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Jorge Lorenzo backed to recover from nightmare start to 2014

Matthew Birt, 18 April 2014 09:23

Jorge Lorenzo’s factory Yamaha boss Wilco Zeelenberg has backed the Spaniard to fight back from a disastrous start in his bid to wrestle the MotoGP crown away from Marc Marquez. Lorenzo won eight races in 2013 but still lost the title to Marquez by just four-points after a nail-biting final round shootout in Valencia. After two truly awful races into ...

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