MotoGP aero history
During the 1950s, huge all-enveloping fairings were used across all GP classes.
MotoGP aerodynamic revolution
MotoGP’s much-hyped new aero fairings are the beginning of a whole new area of development. We assess the factory fairings, with insight from a Formula 1 car aerodynamicist
Viñales vs Rossi for the FrenchGP
Last lap drama and a huge Championship shake up as Viñales pushes the ‘Doctor’ to his limits
Remy finishes 20th
Remy Gardner finished 20th in today's 26 lap French Moto2 race at Le Mans, continuing to rebuild his confidence after breaking his leg at the Argentine GP several weeks ago.
Sombre undertone at French MotoGP
The MotoGP paddock had a sombre undertone after the weekend opened with news of Nicky Hayden’s accident and serious injury.
Miller bruised and shaken
The fully resurfaced Le Mans circuit won praise for improved grip in both wet and dry conditions from all riders, but still claimed MotoGP’s Jack Miller, fastest after fitting slicks on a drying track on day one, was lucky to escape uninjured after running off at more than 300
QUALIFYING FRENCH MOTOGP
Maverick Vinales came out narrowly on top of an all-Yamaha front row for tomorrow’s French GP, with Movistar Yamaha team-mate Valentino Rossi just over a tenth behind.
Riders thoughts are with Nicky Hayden
MotoGP stars have come together at LeMans
Jack Miller tops FP1 by more than one second in the wet weather
Weatherman: Miller takes the reins on Day 1 in Le Mans
Home heroes and history makers arrive in Le Mans
Le Mans is a truly legendary venue for racing, in the Loire region of France and only a couple of hours from the City of Light, Paris. The Bugatti circuit, where the MotoGP paddock race, only adds more to that legend every year as the engines fire up and the annual tour d
Viñales and Marquez split by only 0.002 in the post-race Jerez Test
After Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) took his first win of the year on Sunday, bikes were back out on track the following day for the Jerez Test – the first post-race test of the year. The tyre allocation for the test was the same as available throughout the weekend, plus an
Miller fined for Spanish GP stoush
Australia’s Jack Miller (MarcVDS Honda) was fined €1000 ($1483) for shoving Álvaro Bautista (Aspar Racing Team) and kicking his bike after being taken out of the opening laps of the Spanish Grand Prix last night. The Aussie had shown good pace all weekend, finishing fourth