Miller Breaks Leg In Training Accident
Jack Miller suffered a broken right tibia and fibula while training on Sunday, undergoing an operation in Barcelona on Tuesday.
Island Classic Newbies Ready To Rumble
Ireland is throwing itself into the deep end at Phillip Island for the 23rd AMCN Island Classic held Australia Day weekend January 22-24, 2016.
Yamaha Financial Services Back Oz Round WSBK
Yamaha Financial Services (YFS) will back Australia’s World Superbike event with the February 26-28 meet to be known as the 2016
A Game Of Two Halves
The long-awaited official notification that WSBK racing will now be run in a two-day format has come through from the FIM.
Craggill Comeback For Aussie Assault International Island Classic
The Aussies take strong measures to reclaim the International Challenge with the addition of former superbike racer, Marty Craggill, joining the lineup.
Australia’s Josh Brookes Back In World Superbike
Australia's stocks in the Superbike World Championship have been given a massive boost with news that motorcycle ace Josh Brookes will line up in the 2016 instalment of the production-based series,
Brits Eager For More Island Success
The 2016 AMCN International Island Classic is on again over the Australia Day weekend, January 22-24.
Rossi Should He Stay Or Should He Go
Valentino Rossi has another year on his Yamaha contract, but that didn’t stop some speculation that after such a tough, and ultimately hard year.
MotoGP Riders Complete First Michelin Tyre Test How Each Bike Compared
We take a look at how switching to Michelin tyres for the 2106 MotoGP season affects each bike - and rider - after first tests are carried out in Valencia.
KTM Ready to Race MotoGP 2017
Austrian firm KTM has been surprisingly open about its plans to get back into MotoGP in 2017
Rossi Saga Continues
The final race weekend began with tensions still boiling over between the championship protagonists and their factories and hordes of vituperatively partisan fans.
Two MotoGP World Champions Crowned At Valencia
One – Jorge Lorenzo – had scored more points and more races than anybody else, taking a hard-fought seventh victory of the season to seal the deal. Plus a new lap record, after starting from pole.