HRC is enthusiastic about its new pneumatic valves motor and in order to have it tuned up and ready to go, several tests will be underway.
Team racers Nicky Hayden and Dani Pedrosa will at last get a proper feel of the long awaited motor as part of a now tradition in the European Grand Prix. After the Le Mans MotoGP race, all teams will stop on Monday for a day of testing new solutions and technologies. And it seems that Honda has big plans for testing the new engine with this occasion. (...) > Full story
Racing is racing, but when it comes to the natural beauties that the track attracts with each particular occasion, every man stops to see the wonder. So here you have it! MotoGP is always happy to deliver and we are even happier to look…Oh, receive!
The seven times World MotoGP Champion, Valentino Rossi has had a great career so far and there’s plenty where this came from. By looking at the video attached below you will see all of the Italian pilot’s successes and best ever moments as well as the MotoGP teams it’s been competing for.
The Shanghai experience will remain Rossi’s triumph and returning to victory point after racing seven times along the seven months of the season, but as the title says, a flower doesn’t bring us spring. It seems that this nature thing also applies in racing and The Doctor seems to know it very well.
Success was guaranteed due to the Rossi-Yamaha-Bridgestone triangle. Without excluding the great merits of Valentino and the M1 we must say what best proves the Bridgestone being (...) > Full story
After seeing the incredible fall of Jorge Lorenzo the MotoGP public had little hopes for the Shanghai race in what concerned this pilot, but after amazing everybody with the gold-worth fourth position that it obtained we are now finding out that the injury is more serious than prior considered.
Further analysis to which the Spanish pilot was subjected in Barcelona uncovered the fracture at the right ankle and the rupture of the internal lateral ligament also of the left ankle. So the (...) > Full story
Definitely the past days haven’t been easy for Loris Capirossi as the Grand Prix of China had reserved for him only a ninth position at length with the large group composed of Hayden, Melandri, Dovizioso and Lorenzo.
Even worst, during the fifth round Loris was the author of a small mistake which send it right on the twelfth place and had shown Borgo Rivola the way to a splendid comeback by turning on the same facts reported by the time World Champion in office, Casey Stoner. (...) > Full story
Early in the race, Valentino Rossi manages to stay strong under the conditions of “hybrid” asphalt, but as the laps are gathered one by one Yamaha’s pilot puts on the turbo.
The only one that decently remained competitive was Dani Pedrosa who then gave up just a few laps before the flag entered the scene. “Bronze” goes to Casey Stoner who stood up only 12 seconds behind Pedrosa while, surprisingly, the fourth position is being occupied by Jorge Lorenzo.
Following the tops, Marco (...) > Full story
After seeing the flight of Jorge Lorenzo it seems that nothing can amaze us as strongly as that did, but now rival Dani Pedrosa founds itself and its bike air born in what seems to be a painful incident. So pilots aren’t just competing for places on the podium, but at scary falls also.
Valentino Rossi has all the reasons to remember the past day. The Team Fiat Yamaha pilot obtained the best time of the day, positioning itself in front of the Ducati Marlboro pilot, Casey Stoner.
It is more than obvious that we’re witnessing the ending of its adaptation period as Rossi gets well along with the Japanese Covers. Even best is the fact that the retuned M1 provides a pilot’s daring right hand with all of the extra horsepower for a rocket-like incursion down the (...) > Full story
After presenting you the gallery frame by frame, here we come with the video of the terrible fall that Jorge Lorenzo experienced early in the morning. The Spanish pilot was thrown away from his Yamaha M1 and then violently hit the ground with both knees. Fortunately, Lorenzo isn’t as hurt as you may expect after such a crash, but the fear of slides proves once again well justified. Not the reaction of fellow teammate Valentino Rossi!