Indian GP could be at risk - Works on the track might not to be completed in time
After all, this year's MotoGP calendar could be reduced to 20 rounds. All because the inaugural edition of the Indian GP - scheduled for september at the Buddh International Circuit - is in danger of not taking place.
'The wind? It's not so safe but at the same time it's like that for everyone' - Fabio Quartararo
Fabio Quartararo was one of the fastest riders in the Portimao test, finishing third on the combined grid and just over three-tenths of a second off Pecco Bagnaia's best time.
Marc Marquez recalls 2015 fight with Rossi: 'After everything he did to me was I going to help him getting the title? No
Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi continue to have a very peculiar relationship between the two, where the controversy and exchange of accusations has lasted for several years, even after the italian's farewell to the tracks. The Honda rider went further and in a documentary even stated that he had the intention of not «giving» the title to his opponent.
Why I love riding motorcycles!
For years motorcycles have gotten a bad rap and I want to show a more positive view of riding motorcycles. In this short film, I tell you why I love riding motorcycles and my love for them. The bike featured in the film is a 1996, Honda CBR900RR.
Breaking News: Alex Márquez officially presented as Gresini Racing rider for 2023
Gresini Racing has just announced that Alex Marquez will replace Enea Bastianini in the Ducati satellite team for 2023, for Alex Marquez it is for the first time in his MotoGP career that he will be racing without a Honda.
How many millions does Suzuki save with the exit in MotoGP?
Suzuki's exit at the end of the current MotoGP season is one of the news stories of the year. The Japanese manufacturer had signed a contract in November 2021 that allowed the GSX-RR to continue racing in the world championship until the end of 2026, but with the exit at the end of this year there is a hefty sum that Suzuki avoid spending over the next four seasons.
'Without the crashes at Le Mans we would be ninth, I couldn't be faster' - Marc Marquez
Although he said goodbye to the France GP with the goals he set himself, Marc Marquez explained at the end of the race that he didn't have the pace to go faster and that without the crashes ahead of him, he would have fallen short of the targets for the sunday. His day however didn't start in the best way, with the rider not feeling well right after waking up.
Fabio Quartararo doesn't even 'get angry' with problems overtaking and warns: 'My position was much further back'
After talking about some problems he has with his bike to overtake, something that was clear again at Le Mans, Fabio Quartararo went further and even confessed that the phase of getting 'angry' is now a thing of the past. Although he was happy with the result and speed, he warned that his real position isn't the one he ended at.
Razlan Razali clarifies WithUYamaha RNF MotoGP Team goals for 2022
With a partially new structure in 2022, Razlan Razali spoke yesterday during the presentation of the WithUYamaha RNF MotoGP Team about what the team's goals are, showing once again the desire to have in Andrea Dovizioso a title candidate, Darryn Binder the rookie of the year and the best independent team.
Aggressive and irresponsible? Darryn Binder answers to critics: 'Whether you like me or not, it doesn't change anything'
Few riders saw his arrival in MotoGP as scrutinized as Darryn Binder, who couldn't shake off the image of an aggressive rider on the track and sometimes even irresponsible. The south african countered these critics and is prepared to silence them with good results.