Marc Marquez’s tactic to do three stints in QP2 using a new soft compound rear slick each time paid dividends.
Japanese tire manufacturer to provide race rubber to MotoGP for just one more season
Track conditions improved today with more rubber and less dust on the asphalt providing a slight increase in grip compared to yesterday.
Q&A with Masao Azuma – Chief Engineer, Bridgestone Motorsport Tyre Development Department.
Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez emerged victorious from a closely-fought contest with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Valentino Rossi.
Conditions for the test were typical for Qatar’s Losail International Circuit, with warm and dry days giving way to cool and at times, humid conditions at night.
The new system means that each of the four slick tyre compounds - Extra-soft, Soft, Medium and Hard – will have its own particular colour for the whole race season.
Ducati Team finished the final day of testing at the Phillip Island circuit.
The Official Tyre Supplier to MotoGP™ met its objective of testing a range of new rear slick tyres to deliver safety, performance and durability
Marquez’s lap time on the Repsol Honda RC213V was the quickest ever at Sepang and was set on the 2014 specification Bridgestone tyres.
The 2014 MotoGP™ World Championship will boast twenty-four riders from ten countries.
The pace in today’s Valencia Grand Prix was record-breaking with Dani Pedrosa setting a new Circuit Record Lap of 1'31.628.
For the first time since 2006, the MotoGP™ World Championship will be decided at the last race of the year!
Yamaha Factory Racing rider dominated today at Twin Ring Motegi
Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo won a dramatic flag-to-flag Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island to breathe life back into his championship challenge.
Due to the news from Bridgestone, the MotoGP race director has implemented a special rule for the first time in the series history.
Riders will have to change bikes during MotoGP race at Philip Island
Dani Pedrosa’s time was just two-tenths of a second off the qualifying lap record, the Spaniard topping the opening day ahead of teammate Marc Marquez.
The reigning MotoGP™ champion split the Repsol Honda’s on the front row, as Dani Pedrosa claimed third in qualifying.
Marc Marquez’s benchmark lap was within half a second of the Circuit Best Lap record.