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Spanish football forces MotoGP season opener date change?

Matthew Birt, 16 September 2014 10:47

The 2015 MotoGP world championship campaign was due to kick off under the Losail International Circuit floodlights in Qatar on March 22. The date was agreed in meetings during last weekend’s Misano MotoGP round, but it is likely to put back one week to March 29 because of a major TV clash with the biggest football match in the domestic ...

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MotoGP boss: ‘Important’ Valentino Rossi is racing on

Matthew Birt, 10 September 2014 13:35

Never underestimate the power and influence of nine-times world champion Valentino Rossi. Marc Marquez might be rapidly emerging as the new poster boy of MotoGP with a string of record-breaking performances. But racing’s number one box office attraction remains Italian icon Rossi. That’s why MotoGP boss Carmelo Ezpeleta was thrilled recently when the 35-year clinched a new two-year contract to ...

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Donington Park thrilled to get British MotoGP back in 2015

Matthew Birt, 02 September 2014 18:38

Donington Park management have spoken of the ‘great coup’ to get the British MotoGP round back in 2015. The Leicestershire venue hasn’t been on the world championship calendar since 2009 when it lost the rights to stage the biggest motorcycle race in the UK to Silverstone. But MotoGP will be back at Donington Park after Dorna and the Circuit of ...

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Donington Park to host British MotoGP round in 2015

Matthew Birt, 02 September 2014 18:18

The 2015 British MotoGP race will be staged at Donington Park. Spanish-based rights owners Dorna and the Circuit of Wales have reached an agreement to take MotoGP back to the Leicestershire venue for the first time since 2009. Promotional rights for the British MotoGP were in the hands of the Circuit of Wales when Dorna recently announced a multi-year with ...

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Ducati monitoring Scott Redding’s future situation

Matt Birt, 22 August 2014 11:51

Ducati is keeping a close eye on Scott Redding’s MotoGP future, with the British rider’s 2015 plans up in the air.Redding was expected to be riding a factory Honda RC213V for the Gresini squad next season, having signed a two-year deal with the former 125GP world champion’s Italian-based team.But Gresini is struggling to finance a deal to lease the RC213V ...

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Jorge Lorenzo not surprised by lack of Honda interest

Matthew Birt, 20 August 2014 15:36

Jorge Lorenzo says he was not shocked to have been completely overlooked by Honda for a spot next to dominant reigning world champion Marc Marquez in 2015. HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto had vowed to approach the Spaniard during winter testing after a failed attempt to lure Lorenzo away from Yamaha back in 2012. But after recently re-signing long-serving HRC rider ...

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Bradley Smith signs new Tech 3 Yamaha deal

Matthew Birt, 13 August 2014 16:23

Bradley Smith will stay at the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 squad in 2015. The British rider has penned a new one-year deal with Herve Poncharal’s French-based squad to remain as teammate to current Moto2 world champion Pol Espargaro. Smith is currently ninth in the world championship standings and scored only his second top six finish of a difficult second season ...

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Paul Bird planning BSB super team after quitting MotoGP

Matthew Birt, 11 August 2014 16:57

Millionaire businessman Paul Bird is planning a four-rider super team in the 2015 British Superbike series after detailing plans to close down his PBM MotoGP squad at the end of the season. Bird plans to expand his current two-rider assault in BSB by moving his MotoGP operation back to Britain and he is hoping to persuade Michael Laverty and Broc ...

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LCR Honda confirms Crutchlow for 2015

Simon Patterson, 02 August 2014 19:10

Lucio Cecchinello’s LCR Honda squad have confirmed that Brit Cal Crutchlow will replace Stefan Bradl for 2015, closing the circle of speculation opened this afternoon when Ducati announced the 29 year old would not be remaining with the Italian team for next season, contrary to what was announced last month. Crutchlow, who had initially confirmed that he would remain at Ducati ...

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HRC boss: No thought to replace Dani Pedrosa

Matthew Birt, 24 July 2014 10:19

Honda never entertained replacing Dani Pedrosa after the Spaniard recently clinched a new contract to continue as an official HRC rider until the end of 2016.Despite having never won the MotoGP title in eight previous attempts, Honda’s loyalty towards Pedrosa appears to have no limits, with the Spaniard given a new two-year deal that will take him to an 11th ...

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