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  • MotoGP: Grand Prix of Japan cancelled too

    MotoGP: Grand Prix of Japan cancelled too

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    MotoGP organisers have just announced the cancellation of another round as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. This time it’s Japan. It’s just been confirmed that the Grand Prix of Japan won’t be going ahead during the 2020 MotoGP season. Set to take place from across October 16-18 at the Twin Ring Motegi, it looks…

  • Cal Crutchlow rides EDDIE LAWSON’S Honda NSR500 GP motorcycle. Oh man, oh man, oh man… Cal, you lucky bugger…

    Cal Crutchlow rides EDDIE LAWSON’S Honda NSR500 GP motorcycle. Oh man, oh man, oh man… Cal, you lucky bugger…

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    It’s an annual get-together for Honda riders and drivers, their teams and a host of Japanese fans where modern and classic race cars and bikes get put out on track to stretch their legs – and the billy big boy treat this year went to Cal Crutchlow who got to ride Eddie Lawson’s world championship-winning…

  • MotoGP: Marquez wins at Motegi and clinches manufacturers title for Honda in the process.

    MotoGP: Marquez wins at Motegi and clinches manufacturers title for Honda in the process.

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    Marc Marquez made it four wins on the bounce with a superb victory at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan. The 2019 World Champion held off an early challenge from second place finisher Fabio Quartararo, who was made to sweat in the final stages by third place Andrea Dovizioso. It wasn’t the perfect getaway for…

  • MotoGP: Marquez bags first MotoGP Motegi pole ahead of Petronas duo

    MotoGP: Marquez bags first MotoGP Motegi pole ahead of Petronas duo

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    2019 Champion sits just over a tenth clear of Morbidelli and Quartararo in a dry Japanese GP Q2 session 2019 World Champion Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) got the business done in Q2 at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan, setting a 1:45.763 to claim his first-ever MotoGP pole position at Motegi. Behind the Spaniard…

  • MotoGP: Ducati’s race BOSS confirms TESTING of a ‘completely new’ bike at Valencia.

    MotoGP: Ducati’s race BOSS confirms TESTING of a ‘completely new’ bike at Valencia.

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    Ducati’s race boss, Gigi Dall’Igna has been speaking about the development of the Desmosedici GP bike, and has confirmed that the Italian team will be testing a ‘completely new and better bike’ at Valencia next month. Ahead of this weekend’s Japanese GP at Motegi, Gigi Dall’Igna sat down with MotoGP.com to talk about this seasons…

  • MotoGP: 10 Ducati facts going into this weekend’s Japanese round

    MotoGP: 10 Ducati facts going into this weekend’s Japanese round

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    This weekend is the Grand Prix of Japan for the MotoGP circus, held at the Twin Ring circuit, Motegi. It’s the 16th round of the season. Before the games get underway, here’s 10 points to know about the Ducati squad’s attack for the top step of the podium in the Land of the Rising Sun:…

  • MotoGP: First look. Provisional calendar for 2020.

    MotoGP: First look. Provisional calendar for 2020.

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    Plans are already being put in place for next year’s MotoGP season. And the provisional calendar for all of the action has just been released. The big news is it looks like we’re going to see 20 races next season – with the addition of the Finnish GP. But it’s still waiting for its official…

  • MotoGP: Calendar CONFIRMED for 2019.

    MotoGP: Calendar CONFIRMED for 2019.

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    The FIM has just revealed the MotoGP calendar for 2019 – and despite all the speculation about a new track being added to the season, it’s the same as last year. The season will kick off at the Losail circuit in Qatar on March 10 – and will end at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in…

  • Fenati’s not the first. Or the last. Dangerous MotoGP moves through history.

    Fenati’s not the first. Or the last. Dangerous MotoGP moves through history.

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    Romano Fenati isn’t the first rider to lose his cool while racing. That’s no excuse – but throughout the history of MotoGP, some of the greatest names in motorcycling have made some irresponsible and erratic decisions that have put other riders at risk. Here are some of the most famous incidents…   Freddie Spencer vs…

  • MotoGP: Magnificent 7 – Marc Marquez seals title with win in Motegi

    MotoGP: Magnificent 7 – Marc Marquez seals title with win in Motegi

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    A race-long battle with Dovi ends with the Italian crashing with two to go, handing the Spaniard title number seven Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) wrapped up a sensational seventh World Championship title at the home of Honda after claiming a stunning victory at the Motul Grand Prix of Japan, a race-long battle with Andrea…

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