NowMoto’s Riders Of The Day: Thailand.

The first ever Thai GP was a fantastic event, combined with a simple yet effective track that offered up great racing. We chose our riders who impressed from Buriram! Jacob Ward- Moto2/Editor: Moto3- Dennis Foggia. Dennis came from a very low qualifying position to end up on the podium for the very first time, battling... Continue Reading →

Has Suzuki mastered Yamaha’s strengths?

COTA, Termas De Rio Hondo, Jerez, Assen, Aragon are all circuit Yamaha used to be strong on due to there fast corners and flowing nature, but this year Suzuki has achieved podiums at all of these events, so I raised the question has Suzuki mastered Yamaha's strengths more than Yamaha? 2015 - Suzuki returns to... Continue Reading →

Aragon MotoGP: Jordi Torres completes MotoGP debut

MV Agusta WorldSBK rider Jordi Torres completed his MotoGP debut in a challenging weekend at Aragon onboard Xavier Simeon's Avintia Ducati. After the uproar in Misano regarding the replacement rider Christophe Ponsson, Avintia and Dorna came to an agreement to sign Jordi Torres, a Spaniard for the Spanish round, after the Spanish bosses agreed to... Continue Reading →

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