Reigning Champion takes eighth successive win at the Sachsenring, under pressure from a stunning rookie ride by home hero Folger
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez has taken an incredible eighth win in a row at the Sachsenring, extending his run from the 125 World championship to another year of the premier class – with all those wins from pole.
However, it was anything but easy, however – with German rookie Jonas Folger on the Tech 3 Yamaha pushing the reigning champion throughout the race in a...
Defending MCE Insurance British Superbike champion Shane 'Shakey' Byrne smashed the existing lap record of Snetterton to set the fastest ever lap of the Norfolk circuit on his way to celebrating pole position ahead of tomorrow’s two races.
The top nine riders prepared themselves for the first Superpole shootout of the season and first to exit pitlane was championship leader Luke Mossey. The JG Speedfit Kawasaki rider set the benchmark with his fastest lap of the weekend, with Jakub Smrz...
Marc Marquez continued his Sachsenring dominance by taking his eighth successive pole at the venue in a washed out Q2.
The reigning champion Marc Marquez took his sixty-eight career pole position in career, but it was anything but easy for the number 93 as Pramac Racing’sa Danilo Petrucci pushed him hard. Only a tenth and a half back despite the conditions, 'Petrux' starts second to split the Repsol Hondas, with Dani Pedrosa completing the front row after a weekend of impressive pace....
Lincolnshire legends Guy Martin and Pete Boast will join Team Classic Suzuki for the Spa Bikers' Classic on July 1, with the duo set to campaign the team's Suzuki Vintage Parts-supported Katana in the four-hour race.
Martin returns to the brand after a disastrous stint at the NW2100 and the TT and NW200 for Martin who labelled the 2017 Honda Fireblade 'a Jonah' after suffering a big crash during practice, while Pete Boast – no stranger to endurance racing – claimed British and European Flat...
Yamaha’s Valentino Rossi brought penned another stunning chapter in what is now the longest winning career in the history of Grand Prix motorcycle racing at the ‘Cathedral’ of speed, as #46 took his 115th win at the Motul TT Assen, more than 20 years after his first.
The nine-time World Champion completed a challenging weekend in mixed conditions with a superb win, giving him the longest winning career through all classes, spread over 20 years and 313 days.
Rossi kicked off the Dutch...
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