We often see in modern MotoGP riders who are on comparatively out-dated bikes compared to their teammates. An obvious example of this was factory Ducati riders Crutchlow and Dovizioso during the latter part of 2014, with Dovi receiving the GP14.2 from Aragón onwards, but with Crutchlow remaining on the GP14.1 version. 367 more words
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MotoGP testing today at Valencia gave a tantalising glimpse of things to come for the HRC Honda Repsol Racing team as newly-crowned Alex Marquez joined his brother and GP world champion Marc Marquez aboard the Repsol Honda Factory RC213V bike. 706 more words
Ducati has one of the most loyal followings of any MotoGP manufacturer, but many have been disappointed by their poor form recently. Whilst 2014 has mainly been a miserable season for the Italian manufacturer, the last few races haven’t been as bad, and Andrea Dovizioso is set to finish with a higher points total than any other Ducati rider since Casey Stoner in 2010. 281 more words
It’s not very often we can say there was a British rider on the podium in two races in the same day!
Danny Kent riding the Husqvarna badged Red Bull AJO KTM started from 2nd and finished 3rd, but considering the performance level of the riders who overtook him in the race, it was a good comeback! 343 more words
The Honda suited track that is Motorland Aragon saw little Dani Pedrosa lead into the first corner followed by Ducati’s Andrea Iannone, until Iannone decided to take the lead, with a clean move (for Iannone!). 944 more words