Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez emerged victorious from a closely-fought contest with Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Valentino Rossi.
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.
Spaniard fights to defend his title at final round of the championship
Lorenzo gets five points closer to Marquez.
Reigning World Champion seals victory ahead of main rival Marquez
Yamaha Factory Racing rider dominated today at Twin Ring Motegi
Jorge Lorenzo wins at Twin Ring Motegi
Defending world champion Jorge Lorenzo delivered a stunning ride today to win the Australian Grand Prix in a thrilling spectacle filled with drama. Valentino Rossi delivered another exciting performance, fighting to take third on the podium.
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.
Yonny Hernandez concluded the exciting sixteenth round of the MotoGP World Championship with a thirteenth place finish.
The Energy T.I. Pramac Racing Team rider confirmed once again that the progress made is going in the right direction
On the fifth lap, Pedrosa squeezed past Lorenzo and then led all the way to the chequered flag.
Repsol Honda rider takes victory ahead of rivals Marquez and Lorenzo
Marquez claimed his eighth pole position of the season on his last timed lap and will line up on the front now next to a pair of Yamaha riders.
Repsol Honda pair quickly up to speed with Crutchlow third fastest
Yonny Hernandez fought for the entire race to stay close to the top ten.
Crutchlow’s sixth position saw him pick up 10 more precious World Championship points that keep him firmly in control of fifth place in the rankings.
Both Andrea Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden had to settle for eighth and ninth place, respectively, the same results they posted at the previous round.