Aussie Josh Hook joins MotoE field
Australian Josh Hook will ride in the first season of the MotoE World Cup next year alongside Italian Alex De Angelis. with Pramac Racing. After the MotoGP official test in Valencia, the MotoE test will take place on the weekend of 23-25 November.
Fenati set to make Grand Prix return in 2019
The Italian had his license taken away after an incident at Misano but looks likely to race for the Snipers Team in Moto3 next season
Casey Stoner and Ducati to end their collaboration
Two-time MotoGP World Champion and the Bologna factory part ways after three years of working together
AUSTRALIA BRINGS THE HEAT ON DAY 1 OF ISDE
Day one of the 2018 FIM International Six Day Enduro (ISDE) has been left in the Chilean dust, and Team Australia remains a strong and dominant force in all classes. Day one and two saw riders tackle the aptly named Pacific Challenge, with contrasting elements of picturesque vie
Locked, Loaded and Ready to Race in the 2018 ISDE
The countdown is just about done as Team Australia prepares to take to the track for day one of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) later today. Celebrating its 93rd anniversary, Australia’s World, Junior and Women’s Trophy Teams spent time in reconnaissance over the
Win number 70 for Marquez
Back in 2015, Valentino Rossi was accused of kicking out at Marc Marquez at Sepang, causing him to crash. In 2018, Marquez got revenge. This time it was the older rider who fell, in today’s Malaysian GP. And if Marquez wasn’t quite close enough to kick him, the cause was with
Penalty denies Marquez position start
Marquez was half a second clear and took pole number 80 across all classes, but a six-place grid penalty puts him in P7 on the grid
Max Biaggi returning to the paddock
It’s official. As previously reported, former 250 and World Superbike champion and 500cc/MotoGP winner Max Biaggi is returning to the paddock as team chief next year, taking over the Schedl Moto3 squad currently running Philipp Oettl. The announcement in the week before the
Yamaha: “It will be smoother next year"
Yamaha riders will have to wait until the Sepang tests kick off the pre-season next year for engine changes aimed at solving the problems that have plagued the 2018 season. This was revealed by team manager Massimo Meregalli, interviewed by Dorna, and saying that the well-publ
Lorenzo to sit out Sepang
Jorge Lorenzo pulled out of the Malaysian GP, the fourth race in a row in which the soon-to-be-ex-Ducati rider will have missed. The former triple MotoGP champion had tried to ride, after having keyhole surgery to repair ligament damage to his left wrist. But after placing las
Rossi to quit?
Rumours were rife in Malaysia that Yamaha’s multi-champion Valentino Rossi might not see out his full two-year contract, if there is not a radical improvement next year. The Italian, whose own Australian GP ended in disappointment as he dropped back to sixth, signed up at Qa
Jack Miller fastest Independent Team rider on Day 1
Alex Rins has shaken off his tendency to a slow start, seizing top slot in a busy close to the second free practice session for Sunday’s Malaysian GP for the first time in his second year on the factory Ecstar Suzuki. The rising Spaniard was a full second inside the race lap