November 04 2019
Over 100,000 fans sweated their way through the penultimate chapter of 2019 MotoGP at the demanding Sepang International Circuit in Malaysia but were treated to the cool and collected sight of Monster Energy Yamaha scalping the opposition and posting the team (and manufacturer’s) first victory at the venue in almost ten years.SEE MORE
October 28 2019
Twelve months ago Cal Crutchlow was facing the prospect of multiple operations on his right ankle, a permanent limp and perhaps the end of his MotoGP career. A tremendously fast crash at Phillip Island’s feared Doohan Corner left the tough Brit with a wrecked right lower limb.SEE MORE
October 07 2019
Marc Marquez may have won his eighth MotoGP world title in front of a massive, sweltering crowd at the second Thai Grand Prix but Petronas Yamaha SRT’s Fabio Quartararo came closer than ever to embellishing his status as the standout story of the 2019 world championship.SEE MORE
August 26 2019
Squat, with an unfaltering stare, prominent sinews and a wit as sharp as his reactions while jostling a 360kmph MotoGP prototype motorcycle, Cal Crutchlow is an uncomplicated and ‘old fashioned’ racer: a 33 year old with a hobbled right ankle that will either harry and hassle the likes of Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi or be contemplating the rash of gravel stones.SEE MORE
Everything is about racing in the life of a MotoGP rider. His daily routine, as well as his yearly calendar is marked by a precise schedule of training sessions, races, and recovery time.
His name, Franco, derives from ancient Germanic and it literally means “free man”. You look at this genuine and open-hearted 25-year-old racer, and you have to admit that this name suits him well.
In a historic moment for both Lewis Hamilton and Valentino Rossi, and their respective sports, the pair completed an unprecedented track day as each swapped machinery yesterday at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
Monster Energy Yamaha’s Maverick Viñales helped set the pace throughout the Grand Prix of Valencia and the final slice of MotoGP at a chilly Ricardo Tormo circuit…but the low temperatures contributed to a muted sixth position for #12 in the race. The Spaniard delivered enough points however to make sure of third place for 2019 behind Marc Marquez and Andrea Dovizioso.