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MotoGP Silverstone: Marquez top, Brits on podium pace

Simon Patterson, 29 August 2014 16:12

Marc Marquez, out to prove a point after losing last time out in Brno, has put himself firmly at the front of the grid at Silverstone, finishing the session half a second faster than anyone else as well as leading for most of it. However, it wasn’t all the Marquez show, with Brits Bradley Smith and Scott Redding also having good ...

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Silverstone Moto3: Kent on top on opening day

Simon Patterson, 29 August 2014 14:34

This weekend’s British Grand Prix couldn’t have got off to a better start for the home riders, with Danny Kent taking his Husqvarna to provisional pole ahead of tomorrow’s Moto3 race qualifying. With the session being interrupted at times by light rain on parts of the Northamptonshire circuit, the lead remained with Alex Marquez for most of the session, but it ...

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Byrne tops BSB Assen test

Simon Patterson, 29 August 2014 12:33

Shane Byrne has topped a one day test at the legendary TT Circuit Assen, with six of the Showdown contenders jetting in for the eventahead of next month’s race at the circuit in the north of the Netherlands. With only Byrne and Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki teammate Stuart Easton, the Milwaukee Yamaha pair of Josh Brookes and Tommy Bridewell, and GBmoto Kawasaki ...

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Ward suspended after failed breath test

Tony Hoare, 28 August 2014 16:01

Australian speedway racer Darcy Ward will miss this weekend’s Grand Prix in Poland after being hit with a provisional suspension following a failed breath test before the last round in Latvia. The incredibly talented 22-year-old was thrown out of the Latvian GP after failing the test, having admitted to drinking too much on the night before the lunchtime race. Ward ...

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Speedway champ still battling for fitness

Tony Hoare, 28 August 2014 11:49

World speedway champion Tai Woffinden admits he cannot yet pull in a clutch lever as he bids to recover from a broken hand and a wrist fracture in time to race in this weekend’s Grand Prix in Poland. Woffinden suffered the injuries while racing for his Wolverhampton team at Eastbourne last weekend, leaving him just a week to be fit ...

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Ducati preparing ‘significant’ Desmosedici revamp for Aragon

Matthew Birt, 27 August 2014 14:37

Ducati is planning to debut a ‘significant’ upgraded version of its Desmosedici machine in the forthcoming Motorland Aragon MotoGP race, MCN can reveal. The revamp will be the biggest since Gigi Dall’Igna took over as technical guru last November and is the first sign of the Italian’s influence in designing a Desmosedici that he hopes will challenge Honda and Yamaha’s ...

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Leon Camier relishing British MotoGP chance

Matthew Birt, 27 August 2014 09:34

Leon Camier says his chance to race in the British MotoGP race at Silverstone this weekend is a ‘dream come true’. Camier will continue to deputise for injured Nicky Hayden on the Aspar production Honda RCV1000R, with the American still not recovered from major right wrist surgery he underwent during the recent summer break. Hayden’s injury woes opened the door ...

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Jorge Lorenzo never seriously considered Ducati or Suzuki move

Matthew Birt, 26 August 2014 13:57

Jorge Lorenzo has denied he ever gave serious consideration to completing a shock move to Ducati or Suzuki in 2015. The Spaniard signed a new two-year deal with Yamaha on the eve of the recent Indianapolis MotoGP round after he had been constantly linked to a high risk switch to Ducati since pre-season testing. Lorenzo’s manager Albert Valera also negotiated ...

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Aprilia to sacrifice WSB project for MotoGP return?

Matthew Birt, 26 August 2014 13:36

Aprilia may sacrifice its factory World Superbike squad to complete a shock move to MotoGP in 2015. In a surprise strategic change, the Noale factory has decided to return to MotoGP next season, having initially planned to take on Honda, Yamaha, Ducati and Suzuki in the premier class in 2016. But the decision to return to MotoGP for the first ...

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LCR and Honda back Cal Crutchlow to bounce back in 2015

Matthew Birt, 26 August 2014 11:33

Cal Crutchlow’s new 2015 team boss Lucio Cecchinello and senior Honda management have backed the British rider to bounce back from a torrid spell with Ducati next season. Crutchlow will switch to the Cecchinello’s LCR Honda squad to ride a factory-backed RC213V after deciding to quit Ducati halfway through a two-year deal. The 28-year-old has become the latest high profile ...

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