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Wayne Rainey: The Renaissance Man for MotoAmerica

The MotoAmerica project is in its third year but what is the current state of Road Racing in the United States? At the opening round of the 2017 season we sought out the opinion of some of the biggest names in the paddock The third year of the MotoAmerica championship …

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Alex Rins' Surgery Successful, Out For Six Weeks

Alex Rins has had two titanium plates fitted to fix the left wrist he broke in practice in Austin. The Suzuki rider will be out for the next six to eight weeks, meaning he will miss at least Jerez, and most likely Le Mans and Mugello as well. Suzuki test …

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Paddock Pass Podcast Episode 50: Captain America Continues His Conquest

After a hiatus of a couple of weeks due to conflicting travel schedules, the Paddock Pass Podcast is back. This episode WorldSBK commentator Steve English takes a busman’s holiday to visit Austin, and leads Neil Morrison and David Emmett in a discussion of events after the third round of MotoGP …

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Guest Video Blog: Freddie Spencer's Rider Insights – Circuit of The Americas

MotoMatters.com, in association with Motor Sport Magazine, is proud to feature the rider insights of 1983 and 1985 500cc world champion Freddie Spencer. Every week after each MotoGP race, Fast Freddie will share what he saw and learned from the race. In this edition, Freddie Spencer discusses the events of …

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2017 Austin MotoGP Post-Race Press Releases

Press releases from the teams and Michelin after Sunday’s race at the Circuit of The Americas: Masterful win for Marquez in Texas, with Pedrosa third Taking his first win of this season today, Marc Marquez completed another perfect weekend at Circuit of the Americas, succeeding in Austin for the fifth-straight …

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Guest Blog: Mat Oxley – Climbing Mount Everest

MotoGP now has fewer rider controls, so once again we’re seeing riders getting all acrobatic. That’s why Marc Márquez was a sight to behold at COTA That was quite a weekend and this is quite a photograph. It reminds me of the old days – Wayne Rainey, Kevin Schwantz and …

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2017 Austin MotoGP Sunday Round Up: Leaders Crashing, and Rossi vs Zarco

When riders get off to a blinding start in the first couple of races, it is easy to get carried away and start penciling their name onto the championship trophy. Doing that after just two races is plainly ridiculous. Doing it after three races is hardly any better. Yet the …

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