Pre season testing underway with factory teams topping the time sheets
The 2014 MotoGP™ World Championship will boast twenty-four riders from ten countries.
Apron for NASCAR, improved seating, restrooms, video screens among fan enhancements
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.
Rookie seals championship glory in front of his homes fans at Valencia
Former World Superbikes champion announces early retirement
Friday practice cancelled after forecast rain moves in over Japanese track
Historic ‘bike-swap’ rule sees championship leader Marquez disqualified
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
New-look road course will create even more action Aug. 8-10 at Red Bull Indianapolis GP.
Repsol Honda teammates will have to explain race incident at Aragon
Power Electronics Aspar rider broke a finger after a heavy fall.
Casey Stoner makes a comeback for Repsol Honda to test 2014 bike but won't race
Double MotoGP World Champion expected to be back on Honda machinery next month
Former MotoGP World Champion will not renew contract with Italian manufacturer
Heavy crash yesterday sees reigning MotoGP Champion further damaging collarbone
He was taken immediately to the medical centre for x-rays where it was revealed he had damaged the plate inserted in surgery just two weeks ago.
Alex De Angelis will ride the Ignite Pramac Racing Ducati at Laguna Seca in place of Ducati factory test rider Michele Pirro. The team and Spies hope the American return at Indianapolis in mid-August.
Japanese marque breaks cover with GSV-R at Catalunya test
Former World 250cc and World Superbike champ to take part in two day test
Incident prevents Spanish rookie from securing automatic Q2 position
American forced to sit out Spanish round due to chest and back injuries
Audi CEO Rupert Stadler: “Gabriele Del Torchio has guided Ducati along a successful growth path in recent years.” Successor, current General Manager Claudio Domenicali, has been at Ducati for 21 years.