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15 July 2019

Yamaha’s cleaner, meaner 2020 YZF-R1

Yamaha has got next year off to an early start by whipping the covers off its heavily-revised 2020 YZF-R1 and R1M barely half-way through 2019.

Sport
14 July 2019

WSBK Round 9 - Laguna Seca

Race 1 Rea Wins as Bautista crashes out Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) scored a clear and confident Race One win at Laguna Seca as his main championship rival Alvaro Bautista (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) crashed yet again. Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing – Ducati) used

Sport
13 July 2019

FLASH BACK // Mick’s maiden GP season

Thirty years ago one of motorcycling’s all-time greats made his agonising entry to world championship racing. When Mick Doohan made his Grand Prix debut at Suzuka on 26 March 1989, he had already learned that the 500cc two-strokes of that era were difficult things to master. It

Sport / Motogp
11 July 2019

Binder to MotoGP with Tech 3

Current Red Bull KTM Ajo Moto2 rider Brad Binder has confirmed that he is on the move to MotoGP for the 2020 season where he’ll ride for the Red Bull KTM Tech 3 team. The 23-year-old will join Miguel Oliveira on the RC16 next year after three seasons in Moto2.  “Looking f

Sport / Motogp
10 July 2019

Melandri bows out

Former 250cc world champion Marco Melandri has announced his retirement from racing, signalling that the 2019 WorldSBK championship will be his final season. Speaking at a press conference in Italy, the 36-year-old said the decision to retire was a difficult choice to make, thou

Sport / Motogp
10 July 2019

Framed! MotoGP chassis development

Four decades ago 500cc grand prix bikes started making a lot of power, so tyres got bigger and frames got stiffer. Chasing more horsepower was no longer the biggest deal in motorcycle racing. That’s why 500 chassis of the early 1980s are a million miles from today’s ultra-hig

Sport / Motogp
09 July 2019

MotoE championship kicks off in Germany

The first MotoE race came to a premature end after five of eight laps, after a crash punctured the air fence and brought out the red flags. The race until then had been close, with a group of four breaking away, and across the line inside one second as the result was declared.

Sport
07 July 2019

Spoiler Alert - Donington WSBK

RACE 1 WORLDSBK Rea Scores As Bautista Falls Again Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) took a masterful start-to-finish win in a wet Race One at Donington Park, and with it, the championship lead for the first time in 2019. He is now nine points in front of Alvaro Bautista

Sport / Motogp
07 July 2019

Spoiler alert - Sachsenring dominance

Fans saw a great race at the German GP – fierce, close and varied to the bitter end. However, that was for fourth place. Miles away, all alone up front, Marc Marquez made the remarkable look mundane, as he sauntered away to a tenth successive Sachsenring pole-to-flag victory

Sport / Motogp
04 July 2019

Petrucci retains factory seat

Ducati Corse has confirmed that Danilo Petrucci will stay in red in 2020.

 
04 July 2019

TYRE LAUNCH // METZELER CRUISETECH

Want more grip in your cruisey day? Metzeler has an option

 
02 July 2019

The C word - A sobering look into why riders crash

The headlines are plenty and the numbers are sobering, we dig a little deeper and find out who’s most likely to throw their bike down the road and why