Our number 12 top moment of 2013 is Marc Marquez's 2013 MotoGP championship, he became only the second rookie champion, and the youngest ever.
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Yonny during his time with the team as a substitute rider in the last five rounds of the championship convinced Pramac and Ducati to continue the relationship with the Colombian rider.
Today’s track time was used mainly to test parts that had already been available during the 2013 season.
The day served as Cal Crutchlow’s debut with the Ducati Team, where he joins Andrea Dovizioso for the 2014 season.
The Colombian Yonny Hernandez is ready to turn the page and start building toward the 2014 season.
Tomorrow first 2014 tests for Crutchlow and Dovizioso, headed by Luigi Dall’Igna, new Ducati Corse General Manager.
The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team finished third in the Team World Championship rankings behind the Yamaha and Honda official factory teams.
Trailing leader Marc Marquez by 13 points going into the race, Lorenzo had nothing to lose and everything to gain.
The pace in today’s Valencia Grand Prix was record-breaking with Dani Pedrosa setting a new Circuit Record Lap of 1'31.628.
Pramac Racing Team rider run was slowed by persistent pain in his right hand, despite the invaluable assistance of the Clinica Mobile.
Andrea Iannone: "I want to thank my team very much for the excellent job they continue to do, and Ducati for the trust that they continue to show in me."
Ducati Test Team rider Michele Pirro suffered a particularly untimely fall in the first qualifying session and wasn’t able to advance into Q2.
Marc Marquez took the top spot on the grid for tomorrow’s race from the only other rider who can claim the championship title.
Cal Crutchlow’s pace secured him a top six place on the grid for the 16th time in 18 races.
Bradley Smith also enjoyed a magnificent start to the final round of 2013, the British rider storming to the fourth best time this morning.
Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden completed the first two free-practice sessions for the GP de la Comunitat Valenciana.
Yonny Hernandez still suffering from a fracture of the little finger on his right hand, injured during the recent overseas tripleheader.