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.
Jorge Triumphs Winning 2015 MotoGP
Jorge Lorenzo has no doubt why his third MotoGP world championship was the most important day of his career.
Hayden Farewells MotoGP
In a weekend somewhat short of any feel-good, one highlight was the induction of Nicky Hayden as the 22nd MotoGP Legend.
Valentino Rossi Loses Appeal It's Back Of The Grid For 'The Doctor'
On 4 November 2015, a preliminary hearing was held at the headquarters of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne in the matter Valentino Rossi v.
GP Rivalry A Look Back At The Biggest Biffs!
As we wait for the explosion that will inevitably be Valencia, let’s look back at grand prix racing's most explosive rivalries!
Honda Allege Rossi Kicked Marquez Brake Lever
Honda say they have data evidence that confirms that a kick from Valentino Rossi triggered Marc Marquez's controversial crash out of last week's Malaysian Grand Prix.
Rossi Appeals His MotoGP Penalty
Valentino Rossi is contesting the three-point penalty handed down by Race Directions after his on-track clash with Márquez in Sepang.
Pedrosa Wins, Rossi In Trouble, Miller Fireball
Dani Pedrosa was imperious in the Malaysian GP, the Repsol Honda rider taking his second win in three races, from pole position and leading all the way.
Lorenzo Protests Against Teammate
Jorge Lorenzo led a chorus of protest at the lenience of the punishment of just three penalty points. He pointed out than when he had made a similar move in 2005, “I had a one-race suspension."