Honda Racing Corporation has signed double World Champion Alex Marquez.
The young Spanish rider will join the Repsol Honda Team on a one-year contract and moves from the intermediate class to partner eight-time World Champion Marc Marquez in 2020 for his debut season in the premier class aboard the Honda RC213V.
Alex, the current Moto2 champion will replace the recently retired Jorge Lorenzo, beating LCR Honda's Cal Crutchlow and Takaaki Nakagmi and Nakagami's stand-in, Johann Zarco, to...
Repsol Honda’s Jorge Lorenzo has announced his retirement from top-level motorcycle racing at the Spanish Grand Prix at Valencia, bringing down the curtain on his 18-year career.
In an unexpected extraordinary press conference, the three-time MotoGP champion told the gathered mass: “I don’t want to race anymore.”
After a bruising 2019 campaign, Lorenzo explained that he simply no longer has the passion to keep going after breaking his back in Assen at the Dutch TT earlier this season.
Meet one of the most eagerly-awaited bikes of the modern era; the 2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP.
The bike is all-new, with Honda’s engineers focusing on dragging the flagship Blade out of the doldrums and back to the very top of the litre sportsbike class.
Using technology from Honda’s involvement in MotoGP, the bore and stroke of the oversquare 999cc powerplant are identical to those in the RCV213V-S, with Honda claiming the engine will produce 214hp at 14,500rpm and 83 lb-ft. at...
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...
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