As reported, in addition to Moto2, Moto3 and MotoGP starting in 2019, the MotoE, a class with electric motorcycles, will start at the motor racing world championship weekend. Meanwhile, there are a few more details:
Marc Marquez was allowed to do a few test laps at the Red Bull Ring with a Formula One car. But before he could really get into the car of the Scuderia Toro Rosso, he first had to enter the simulator.
At the moment it has to be considered as a rumor, but according to media reports, MV Agusta will return to the World Motorcycle Championship after 42 years.
As Yamaha has now revealed in a press release, the contract with Valentino Rossi was extended for another two years.
As announced, Yamaha and Tech3 will be leaving at the end of the season.
As reported tested the Malay Hafizh Syahrin for the Monster Yamaha Tech3 team in Thailand.
The Repsol Honda team unveiled its MotoGP motorcycle livery for 2018 during the official presentation of the team that took place today at the Jakarta International Expo with Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa.
Results from the three day test from the MotoGP in Buriram / Thailand
As reported, the KTM pilot Pol Espargaro crashed at the tests in Sepang.
The results of the third test day of the MotoGP in Sepang
The Results of the second Day MotoGP testing in Sepang
The Results from the first Day MotoGP Training in Sepang
Ducati presented the team and the new bike for MotoGP 2018. The expectations are high
Electric motorcycles in the MotoGP series? This season, the first electric bikes will be driving around the circuit
As soon as the season is over the tests begin for the 2018 season. The results of the first two days of testing.
Michael van der Mark will take over Rossi’s YZR-M1.
On 31.08.2017 Valentino Rossi broke the right leg at the Enduro-driving near Tavullia.
At about 2 o’clock in the morning on 16.08.2017 thieves broke into Marcos VDS in Gosselies (Belgium) and stole the motorcycle of Tito Rabat.
Nicky Hayden’s burial was accompanied by hundreds of bikers and broadcast live on the Internet. The moving mourning celebration is now available as a video on the web.
Nicky Hayden succumbed to his injuries after the bicycle accident, is to be buried on Monday 29/05/2017. The funeral will be broadcast live on Facebook.