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Donington Park MotoGP: Valentino Rossi reflects on 200th GP

Rob Hull, 22 June 2008 23:35

Valentino Rossi was less than enthused by having to settle for second place at Donington Park in his 200th MotoGP start. The seven-time World Champion couldn’t match the pace of the reigning World Champ, and was left to partake in yet another Pedrosa versus Rossi epic battle to decide on second spot. And it was the Italian who won through, ...

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Donington Park MotoGP: John Hopkins unable to hide frustrations

Rob Hull, 22 June 2008 21:25

Factory Kawasaki rider John Hopkins had yet another MotoGP weekend to forget, retiring from his third race out of the last four. Hopkins was one of the unlucky riders who got caught up at the first turn with James Tosleands unexpected high-side, and after battling his way back into contention suffered yet another mechanical failure. “It’s difficult to express how ...

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Donington Park MotoGP: Scott Redding wins British 125 Grand Prix

Rob Hull, 22 June 2008 12:57

Scott Redding has become the first Brit rider to win a 125 GP since Chas Mortimer in 1973 with an incredible victory making him the youngest rider in history to win a Grand Prix! The 15-year old sent a massive home crowd wild with a stunning victory performance. Redding, who also became the youngest rider in history to qualify on ...

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Jerez MotoGP: Dani Pedrosa dominates in home GP

Rob Hull, 30 March 2008 14:04

Dani Pedrosa led today’s Jerez MotoGP race from turn one right to the flag with a mistake-free performance. Pedrosa took the lead going into the first turn to get ahead of pole-sitter Jorge Lorenzo and teammate Nicky Hayden. And it turned out to be a race of strange fortunes. Casey Stoner, who is usually impeccable when it comes to keeping ...

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Jerez MotoGP: Mika Kallio wins 250 Jerez GP in last lap drama

Rob Hull, 30 March 2008 12:08

Mika Kalllio has had the luckiest GP win of his career, being handed 25 points after Marco Simoncelli took leader Alvaro Bautista out on the final lap. Simoncelli and Bautista battled at the front for the entire race, clearing off from the word go to dominate at the front. The pair frequently swapped for the lead during the race, with ...

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Jerez MotoGP: Bradley Smith scores Jerez podium

Rob Hull, 30 March 2008 11:02

Bradley Smith has scored the second podium of his GP career with a determined performance at the Jerez Grand Prix.Smith secured a podium finish last season at Le Mans, but this is the first time he’s stepped up there with the Aprilia Polaris World team.Smith was part of the front-running group for the entirety of the race, but he struggled ...

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Valentino Rossi looks forward to 2008 Yamaha debut

Rob Hull, 18 January 2008 15:53

Valentino Rossi has highlighted the early 2008 winter tests as vital to get his factory Fiat Yamaha adapted to Bridgestone tyres with the new premier class season just seven weeks away. With a right hand injury hampering his Bridgestone debut in November at Jerez, Rossi said at today’s world’s press at the official team launch in Turin that next week’s ...

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Yamaha bosses play down risk of F1-style spy row

Rob Hull, 18 January 2008 14:41

Valentino Rossi’s Fiat Yamaha team boss Davide Brivio has played down any possibility of spying amongst the factory Yamaha team next season, similar to that which tarnished last year’s Formula One world championship. Rossi and new team-mate Jorge Lorenzo will run in Fiat Yamaha colours in 2008, but the Italian will use Bridgestone tyres, while double world 250 champion Lorenzo ...

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Estoril GP: Alvaro Bautista carves his way to an impressive win

Rob Hull, 16 September 2007 14:58

Reigning 125cc champion Alvaro Bautista made up for a horror start to barge his way from 12th to first in today’s Portuguese 250 Grand Prix race at Estoril. Bautista started from sixth on the grid, and after a bad start dropped another six places into the middle of the busy 250 pack. Up front it was pole man Andrea Dovizioso ...

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Estoril GP: Hector Faubel drafts his way to victory

Rob Hull, 16 September 2007 14:15

Hector Faubel has pulled team-mate Gabor Talmasci’s championship lead down to just five points after beating the Hungarian into second place in a drag race to the line. It was another typical 125 race with a freight-train of riders tussling for the lead from the start. Bradley Smith’s recent run of rotten luck continued when a collision with another rider ...

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