The British and Australian GPs have been cancelled due to the ongoing Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Six-time MotoGP world champion Marc Márquez and younger brother Álex Márquez finally got back out on an outdoors track in early May in preparation for the return of competitive action.
Team Suzuki Ecstar MotoGP Test Rider Sylvain Guintoli answers questions about life during lock-down in this new Q&A from the team.
Here’s a little lock-down treasure for you … the top five most dramatic moments from MotoGP in 2019.
After the success of the first two MotoGP Virtual Races in history in recent weeks, this Sunday (at 1am Monday NZ time), on the original date of the Spanish GP, the first Virtual Grand Prix will be held on the … Continue reading →
The MotoGP world is holding its breath and waiting to see which way one of the greatest racers of all time will jump.
Here’s a little lock-down treasure for you … the top five last-lap battles from MotoGP 2019.
We’re truly getting into weirdness here now, with the worldwide virus lock-down forcing us to delve into the realms of fantasy, virtual bike racing to replace the real thing.
The first interview with Álex Márquez as new Repsol Honda Team rider for this year’s MotoGP season.
It might not be until April 3-5 and the MotoGP of the Americas in Austin, Texas, that racing will be possible in this year’s world championships.
The Honda Racing Corporation has renewed its contract with MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez through to the end of 2024.
Spain’s Alex Marquez with join his MotoGP world champion brother Marc Marquez in the premier category this season and here he talks about the exciting step forward.
More MotoGP records tumbled at the weekend as Spain’s Marc Marquez fought back from a horrifying crash to claim second place at the Malaysia GP.
A tenth win of 2019 for Marc Marquez wrapped up the Constructors Championship for Honda after an inch-perfect MotoGP ride at the Japanese GP at the weekend.
Spain’s Marc Marquez was crowned the 2019 MotoGP World Champion at the weekend in the only way he knows how: with a thrilling race win delivered at the final corner.
Close to falling at the very first corner of the British GP, Spain’s Alex Rins went on to snatch a dream victory from reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez at the last corner of the weekend’s race at Silverstone.
It was a thrilling victory for Andrea Dovizioso in the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring at the weekend.
MotoGP championship leader Marc Marquez is determined to tame the Red Bull Ring in Austria this weekend.
After suffering fractures to his T6 and T8 vertebrae during the Dutch GP, Spain’s Jorge Lorenzo has elected to skip the next two GPs.
Spain’s Marc Marquez reckons he could have zoomed to an even greater win at the German MotoGP race at the weekend.