Nicky Hayden to stand in for Miller at Aragon?

2006 MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden is ready to stand in for Assen race winner Jack Miller should the Australian not be fit enough to ride in Aragon next weekend.  Since winning his first MotoGP race in Assen at the back end of June, Miller has suffered a serious of injuries which have really hampered […]

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Antonelli confirmed as Binder’s replacement in Red Bull Ajo

Italian Nico Antonelli has been confirmed as the man to replace Moto3 World Champion elect Brad Binder in the Red Bull Ajo KTM team, alongside Bo Bendsneyder for 2017. The talented Italian has seen his Grand Prix career marred by inconsistency and crashes, however he will be hoping to turn that around under the watchful […]

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Rossi: I won’t let Lorenzo call me a dirty rider

Valentino Rossi defiantly said he won’t allow Jorge Lorenzo to call him a dirty rider, after the Spaniard accused Rossi of an overly aggressive overtake during the opening stages of this weekends San Marino Grand Prix in Misano. Lorenzo took offence to an overtaking manoeuvre made by Rossi on the third lap of Sunday’s race […]

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Lorenzo fuming with Rossi’s press conference behaviour

Reigning MotoGP World Champion Jorge Lorenzo was fuming with the actions of Valentino Rossi during Sunday’s post-race press conference, following Sunday’s Misano MotoGP. The duo were joining race winner Dani Pedrosa, when the pair was asked about Rossi’s overtake on the Spaniard. Rossi answered first, before Lorenzo gave his verdict on the move. Lorenzo said […]

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2017 Honda debut postponed by rain in Misano

The first day of testing for the 2017 Honda RC213V was ruined by rain, with the Repsol Honda team staying in Misano for a two day test. Less than 24 hours after claiming his first win of 2016 Dani Pedrosa, along with team-mate Marc Marquez, were due to give the 2017 Honda RC213V its first […]

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Lorenzo: Honestly they were faster

  Reigning MotoGP World Champion could only manage third place in Misano, losing out to both Dani Pedrosa and Valentino Rossi as the Spaniard admitted they were just faster than he was on the day. Starting from the pole position after breaking the lap record during qualifying, Lorenzo came into the race as a red […]

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Rossi: Pedrosa was too fast, he had a better pace

Valentino Rossi said that he thought he had the pace to win todays San Marino Grand Prix, that was until Dani Pedrosa overtook him in the closing stages of the race. The Doctor started from the middle of the front row and took the lead on the third lap with a firm move on his […]

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