Yamaha's Maverick Viñales put in a formidable performance at the Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix to destroy the opposition, picking up his second win of the 2019 season in emphatic style.
It was Pramac Ducati's Jack Miller who took the holeshot from the second row, with the Aussie bravely heading round the outside to take the lead from front row starter Franco Morbidelli on the Petronas Yamaha.
Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez and Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso, meanwhile, had made lightning starts...
The roads in Veneto are motorbiking heaven, and the mountains and hills of the Dolomites are the ultimate playground. They’re the perfect mixture of fast, flowing, open bends together with tight, technical and challenging tighter corners. And the best bit? Base yourself somewhere central like Asolo and you’ll have a myriad of great roads and riding just 30 minutes from your doorstep.
A round-trip from Asolo to the San Boldo Pass and back is a perfect four-hour test of rider and machine. The...
Five-time WSBK champion Jonathan Rea added to his Race One win on Friday with Superpole and Race Two wins at the Losail International Circuit, ending a remarkable season with 17 victories in all and a points total well into the 600s.
In the last round of a truly memorable season, Rea took his run of career race wins to 88, by securing all three race victories under the floodlights in Qatar. In the short Tissot-Superpole sprint race Rea led every lap and beat Alvaro Bautista by 2.027...
Marc Marquez has clinched victory in an incident-packed MotoGP race at Phillip Island.
The 2019 Champion was involved in a race-long duel with Maverick Vinales who crashed on the final lap while trying to put a move on Marquez.
After darting into the lead on Lap 10, pole-sitter Vinales was stalked by Marquez until the final lap with the Repsol Honda rider measuring his rival’s pace around the iconic Australian circuit.
Marquez made his move at the start of the last lap to charge into the...
Riders and race officials have called off qualifying deeming the weather conditions too dangerous to continue running at the Australian GP; qualifying is now rescheduled for Sunday morning should weather allow it.
Morning running on Saturday at the Australian Grand Prix was limited to just a few laps as high winds and rain hit the Phillip Island Circuit. While the rain eased in the afternoon, strong gusts of wind persisted. Riders attempted to run during Free Practice 4 but an emergency...
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