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Lorenzo: I was too stubborn against Rossi at Catalunya 2009 In a race which defined a rivalry, Jorge Lorenzo concedes he was too arrogant to try to block Valentino Rossi from his stunning last corner overtake to win the 2009 Catalunya MotoGP.
Bagnaia, Quartararo still biggest rivals - Alex Marquez Defending MotoGP Virtual Race 'champion' Alex Marquez predicts both Francesco Bagnaia and Fabio Quartararo to remain his key challengers in this weekend's second race.
Ducati won't look elsewhere for 2021 riders now Ducati sporting director Paolo Ciabatti says the Italian marque will not look outside of its existing roster of factory-contracted riders when deciding on its 2021 line-up.
Petrucci seeks advice from Ducati Esports star for MotoGP Virtual Race Danilo Petrucci has turned to Ducati's Esports rider Andrea Saveri for guidance and tips as he looks to get up to speed before making his MotoGP Virtual Race debut this weekend.
EXCLUSIVE: Iker Lecuona Interview The new Red Bull KTM Tech3 rider opens up on what he's up to while waiting for the season to start, his progression from an unknown youngster outside of the Grand Prix paddock to a MotoGP rider and having Fabio Quartararo as an ally.
Crutchlow backtracks on end-of-2020 MotoGP retirement thoughts Cal Crutchlow admits "there's no reason why I won't be racing" in MotoGP in 2021, having previously said that he expected his current contract to be his last. The LCR rider stepped up to the premier class from World Superbikes in 2011 with Tech3, and has gone onto win three races in that time.
New kids in the paddock, 2003: exclusive MotoGP motorhome tour At the 2003 German GP Bayliss went skinhead purely to cheer up a pissed-off Ducati cook who'd had his head shaved, against his will, by fellow team members. His rock-solid attitude may have something to do with the fact that he understands the realities of life - he spray painted motors for a living until his late twenties.
MotoGP Tech Gets Tighter, In The April Issue Featured In the April 2020 issue of Roadracing World:. Honda and Ducati have dominated recent MotoGP seasons but this year their rivals seem to have made bigger technical advances. Suzuki and Yamaha, which both won races in 2019, have worked harder than ever to close the gap, while KTM and Aprilia have also taken big steps forward.
MotoGP Virtual Race 2 line-up revealed: Valentino Rossi to race with race 1's top 5 There are more premier class stars ready to take it to the likes of Race 1 podium finishers Alex Marquez, Francesco Bagnaia and Maverick Viñales. So who will be debuting in MotoGP Virtual Race 2?
MotoGP: Razlan Razali Focusing On Role As PETRONAS SRT Team Principal Razlan Razali to focus fully on PETRONAS SRT Team Principal role. PETRONAS Sepang Racing Team's Team Principal, Razlan Razali, will place added focus on the team's activities from April 8 as he will leave his previously concurrent position as Chief Executive Officer of Sepang International Circuit.
FlashbackFriday - That Marquez v Rossi incident in Argentina…. This event reported below from 2018 marked Honda's 750th victory, and Cal Crutchlow's third… For Britain it was like winning the Falklands all over again… The 2018 Gran Premio Motul De La Republica Argentina also witnessed the scene of one of the most farcical moments in MotoGP history.
Dorna reconfirm intention to race MotoGP/WSBK season 2020 The coronavirus pandemic is ongoing and has already resulted in revisions to the 2020 calendar for the MotoGP World Championship, including the postponement or rescheduling of a number of events. In light of the continued uncertainty, Dorna Sports would like to reaffirm that racing is our top priority in 2020.
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MotoGP, Safe training for Pecco Bagnaia in view of the Virtual Race MotoGP: The Ducati Pramac rider is preparing for the second virtual race of the season and to do so he has also worn his racing helmet in his living room.
MotoGP Vs. WSBK: Watch Márquez And Rea Do A Hot Lap The Jonathan Rea wildcard situation seems unlikely to happen for several reasons, but it's still interesting to see the similarities and differences between these two racers and their bikes. It also raises the question of how well they'd perform if they swapped bikes, or were both racing the same bike against one another.
MotoGP considers the post-Covid-19 period: Grands Prix reduced to 3 days Another way to keep costs down would be to review the race weekend format. Currently, the weekend is spread over 4 days: Thursday is reserved for media and promotional activities, Friday for free practice and then Saturday and Sunday with qualifying and races.
MotoGP, Rossi: from Biaggi to Stoner, rivals are fuel to improve "I had a lot of fun battling it out with Casey. He's one of the best talents of the last MotoGP period," Rossi said. "He was young, fast. He was one of my strongest rivals ever." GPone Testata giornalistica reg. n° 558 del 30/12/2003 c/o Tribunale di Roma.
Bezzecchi explains Marini teamwork New VR46 Moto2 signing Marco Bezzecchi revealed that he has been taking to the track alongside Luca Marini since winter testing and that it's long been a key part of the team's strategy. "Since the winter tests at Jerez, I discovered this method that were already using with Pecco Bagnaia and Luca Marini with great results," Bezzecchi said.
Crutchlow: No reason to think I'll retire this year Cal Crutchlow says that “there’s no reason why I won’t be racing” in MotoGP in 2021, having previously said that he expected his current contract with Honda to be his last.
MotoGP, Twin Ring Motegi has decided to close all its facilities from April 10th MotoGP: In response to the Japanese government's state of emergency declaration over the outbreak of Covid-19.
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Dixon: Training, video games, old races… Jake Dixon began his second season in the Moto2 World Championship with a 20th to 14th ride on his Petronas debut in Qatar. But one month on and the coronavirus outbreak means it's still unclear when grand prix racing will resume. Dixon is currently waiting it out under lockdown conditions in the UK.
DORNA release statement regarding MotoGP and WSBK DORNA SPORTS, the commercial rights holder for both the MotoGP and World Superbike championships has released a statement amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. The statement looks to put fans at ease, as the Coronavirus pandemic looks likely to inhibit any, if not all, forms of racing in 2020.
Suzuki wants to keep Rins, Mir beyond 2022 Suzuki MotoGP boss Davide Brivio says he hopes to keep his team's existing riders Alex Rins and Joan Mir beyond the term of their forthcoming anticipated contract extensions.
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