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23 September 2018

Marc Marquez takes the win at Motor Land

Three factories fight it out at MotorLand

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23 September 2018

Pedrosa on KTM Rumours

While Mika Kallio was confirmed to stay in his role as KTM factory tester next year, Dani Pedrosa brushed off growing rumours that he is to join the Finn to boost the development effort. In much the same way as he shrugged aside reports of his imminent retirement earlier this se

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23 September 2018

Third pole in a row for Jorge Lorenzo

Aragon qualifying was The Three Tops show again. The trio which has dominated every qualifying and race since the summer break did it again, with the factory Ducatis dominant, and Marquez’s brinkmanship on the Honda keeping him within mere hundredths. It was a third pole in a

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22 September 2018

Jordi Torres replaces Rabat

With Tito Rabat still out injured, the Reale Avintia Ducati team came up with a new replacement for the Aragon GP – former Moto2 race winner and current World Superbike rider Jordi Torres.

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21 September 2018

Vinales: “The focus for me is to win one race this year.”

Unless one of its riders can work miracles on Sunday, Yamaha is facing the worst slump in its racing history, after already equalling the longest win drought at the San Marino GP two weekends ago. Aragon would be the 23rd consecutive race without a Yamaha victory, one more tha

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21 September 2018

Fenati Done For Season

Racing bad-boy Romano Fenati has had his two-race ban from Race Direction extended to six races by the FIM, keeping him out for the rest of this season. Without a team or a bike, however, the ruling will make little difference to the 22-year-old Italian, who told Italian media

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21 September 2018

Marquez leads Day 1 at Aragon GP

Marc Marquez spoiled Ducati’s afternoon on the first day of practice for Sunday’s Aragon GP, setting a couple of scorching laps to head the time sheets after the Italian bikes had dominated in the morning. The Repsol Honda rider was the first to cut under the 1m48s barrier

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16 September 2018

Technicians of tautology

Who says racing lacks humour? Dorna has a way of addressing any such perception. Each year at Brno, after the summer break, it lays on a very subtle exercise in comedy, a show for connoisseurs of understated wit. It is the ‘group technical briefing’, where each MotoGP manufa

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12 September 2018

LESS THAN 50 DAYS UNTIL THE AUSTRALIAN GP

While Andrea Dovizioso came out on top at the San Marino Grand Prix, Marc Marquez still holds a commanding lead in this year's MotoGP title race. MotoGP heads to Aragon next week before the flyaways begin in October, highlighted by the Michelin Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix 2

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10 September 2018

All contracts terminated for Fenati

MV Agusta Reparto Corse Forward Racing Team agreement terminated The serious misconduct by Romano Fenati towards Stefano Manzi during the Moto2 race at the Gran Premio di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini at Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli will have repercussions for th

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09 September 2018

Fenati penalty: Italian suspended from two Grands Prix

At Misano, Romano Fenati (Marinelli Rivacold Snipers) was shown the Black Flag and disqualified from the Moto2 race for irresponsible riding after an incident between the Italian and compatriot Stefano Manzi (Forward Racing Team). The FIM MotoGP Stewards decided to suspend Fenat

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09 September 2018

Andrea Dovizioso wins San Marino GP

Ducati made it a double-Italian win in their home races at the San Marino and Rimini Riviera GP. But this time it was Andrea Dovizioso who gave the master-class; while Mugello winner Jorge Lorenzo gave away a Ducati one-two, crashing out on the second-last of 27 laps of the 4.226