MotoGP: Jorge Lorenzo to miss Sepang Test

After breaking his left scaphoid in a training accident, Jorge Lorenzo has been ruled out of the Sepang test in 15 days time. Lorenzo was training in Italy when the Mallorcan crashed his dirt bike resulting in a left-hand fracture of the Scaphoid. The 5-time champion underwent surgery today completed by Dr Mir in Barcelona... Continue Reading →

MotoGP: Ducati unwrap the new look GP19

Ducati has revealed their 2019 Desmosedici GP19 at the cube in Switzerland revealing some drastic changes to the Italian manufacturer. The first change comes from the new title sponsor Mission Winnow, a name that is linked with the Ferrari team in Formula One. Ducati has also partnered up with their 'Mother Owner' Audi Sport who... Continue Reading →

NowMoto’s Riders Of The Season.

2018 was a fantastic year to be a MotoGP fan, as there were great races every round, and two championships were extremely close. However only one rider can impress us enough to be deemed worthy of being our Rider Of The Season, and here’s who we chose. Jacob Ward- Editor. Alvaro Bautista. Alvaro was a... Continue Reading →

NowMoto’s Riders Of The Day- Valencia.

Valencia was a fitting end to the final round of the 2018 MotoGP World Championship, with first time winners, first time podium attendees and a brilliant day for KTM. Here are our Riders Of The Day! Ryan Lilly- Moto3 & MotoGP. Moto3: Obviously Can Oncu. Nailed it in Red Bull Rookies. Got permission from Dorna... Continue Reading →

Tech Talk: How Suzuki have evolved.

Our editor Jacob Ward and WSBK reporter Matic Kovacic continue their look at the updates of the MotoGP bikes, following on from their look at Aprilia. Suzuki have had possibly the most balanced bike of 2018, having gone from the 7-10th places early season to competing at the front towards the end. Here's why! One... Continue Reading →

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