Track facts: MotoGP round 3 Termas de Río Hondo, Argentina
The Termas de Río Hondo Circuit is located 6km from the city which gives the venue its name, in the Province of Santiago del Estero.
Tough start for Jack Miller
Jack Miller knew it wasn’t going to be easy, but he remains upbeat after the challenge of his MotoGP debut at the Qatar Grand Prix.
10 modifications for the adventure bike
Like anything else mass-produced, motorbikes are a compromise. When a few cents per bike makes a big difference to the manufacturer’s bottom line,
10 things you didn’t know about the Qatar MotoGP opener
The opening season of the 2015 MotoGP kicked off in Qatar with another Valentino Rossi win.
More sponsorship bad luck for Nicky Hayden
Sponsorship woes hit the headlines at Qatar in the days before the race, as the Aspar MotoGP team – fielding Nicky Hayden and class rookie Eugene Laverty on “Open” production Hondas
Valentino Rossi wins MotoGP Qatar season opener
Valentino Rossi pulled off a sensational display of riding to claim victory in at the Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar.
Rossi takes his 83rd win on board his Yamaha YZF-R1M at the season opener of MotoGP in Qatar.
Much attention was focused on Jack Miller, in his premier-class debut after his almost unprecedented leap-frog move direct from Moto3.
Marquez: A title in 2015 will be my best
A third consecutive world championship in 2015 will mean more to Marc Marquez than his record setting rookie title as the youngest ever MotoGP champion.
Lorenzo: I am the one to beat Marquez
Jorge Lorenzo believes he is the one rider who can end Marc Marquez's winning streak and take the 2015 MotoGP championship for Yamaha.
MotoGP riders talk 2015 MotoGP season
On the eve of the 2015 MotoGP World Championship in Qatar
Track facts: MotoGP round 2 Austin, USA
The Circuit Of The Americas is the first purpose-built Grand Prix facility in the U.S. near Austin, Texas, with a 5.513km track and a capacity for 120,000 fans.
New GPS from TOMTOM specifically for Riders
Remember the choose your own adventure novels? They were books that allowed you to choose varying outcomes at the end of each chapter.