Repsol Honda Team rider Dani Pedrosa has undergone surgery to his right to treat the injury suffered in a crash during Sunday’s race at the Argentina Grand Prix.
The Spaniard Dani out of the postponed race before the end of the first lap when he was pushed off the dry line following a move by Johann Zarco – violently highsiding as he tapped on the throttle on the wet asphalt.
A 3D CT scan confirmed that Dani had suffered an intra-articular fracture of the right distal radius.
Bruce Anstey is set to miss the 2018 road racing season as he battles illness, his partner has revealed.
The 48-year-old has ‘multiple tumours in his lungs and a tumour on his spine’ as well as a blood clot on the lung, meaning he is highly unlikely to take part in any form of racing this season as he focuses on recovery, but his long-term partner Anny Ramsey refuses to rule the flying Kiwi out of racing in 2018 altogether.
“Unfortunately, Brucey has become ill,” Ramsey posted on her...
The biggest rivalry in MotoGP has been reignited following an incident packed Argentina MotoGP race.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez was at the centre of the controversy – the Spaniard dominated the post-race headlines for all the wrong reasons – stalling on the grid, riding the wrong way through the grid too reclaim his starting position, riding into Aprilia's Aleix Espargaro and then forcing Yamaha's Valentino track while battling for sixth.
Rossi remounted his Yamaha to finish 19th and...
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow produced a stunning ride to emerge victorious in an action-packed Argentina Grand Prix.
Mixed wet conditions, a delayed start, penalties and crashes ensured it was a wild race at the Autodromo Termas de Rio Hondo, but Crutchlow held his nerve superbly to see off the challenge of Johann Zarco to clinch his third career MotoGP win and the 750th for Honda in the premier class.
Starting from the fourth row, Crutchlow moved through the field and took advantage of...
Jack Miller has lashed out at race organisers after shambolic scenes at yesterday’s Argentina GP round saw the race delayed as confusion reigned supreme.
The slick shod Australian poleman was the only rider on the grid as the rest of the field left the starting line-up seconds before the race was due to start to switch from wets to slicks.
Chaos endured as the entire field, Miller aside, entered pitlane to change tyres, and race control decided to restart the race due to serious safety...
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