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2017 Laguna Seca World Superbike FP2 Results: Davies Holds Off Rea

Chaz Davies ends the day quickest in spite of being unable to improve on his morning’s time. He’s joined at the top by Jonathan Rea who, after the second red flag was lifted with just over three minutes left, put in the session’s quickest time, just over a hundredth of …

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2017 Laguna Seca World Superbike Preview Press Releases

Press release previews from the teams and a fan guide from the organizers ahead of this week’s WorldSBK round at Laguna Seca: Laguna Seca Preview – California Dreaming WorldSBK returns to Laguna Seca but who will take the advantage into the summer?

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Jerez And Barcelona To Be Resurfaced – Both To Remain On 2018 MotoGP Calendar

Of the nine MotoGP races held so far, the teams and riders were clear about the two with the worst levels of grip. At both Jerez and Barcelona, the riders and teams complained bitterly about the lack of grip at the circuit. At Barcelona, those complaints also encompassed excessive tire …

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World Superbike Track Guide: Laguna Seca

There are not many circuits in the world like the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. The Californian circuit offers a unique challenge in WorldSBK. Led Zeppelin sang about Going to California and said, “I’ll meet you up there where the path runs high. Standing on a hill in my mountain of …

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Guest Blog: Mat Oxley – MM v MV: never the twain shall meet?

The much-hyped Márquez/Viñales title fight is turning out to be the weirdest in GP history. Here’s why… Remember all that preseason hype? This was going to be the year of a new duel, a new rivalry to follow Marc Márquez versus Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi versus Casey Stoner. Márquez …

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Kenny Noyes: “Crashes Are a Part of Racing, but I Wouldn’t Trade Bikes for Anything”

Today marks the second anniversary of Kenny Noyes’ crash at the Motorland Aragon circuit for the Spanish CEV Superbike championship. The crash left him in a coma, but through extraordinary perseverance and the support of his family, he has made a remarkable recovery. I knew Kenny fairly well, both directly …

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2017 Sachsenring Moto2 & Moto3 Post-Race Press Releases

Post-race press releases from the Moto2 and Moto3 teams: DIGGIA’S #GERMANGP COMEBACK ENDS WITH 11TH PLACE FINISH Fabio Di Giannantonio completes the ninth Grand Prix of the Moto3 World Championship season with mixed feelings, after finishing today’s 27-lap race at the Sachsenring in 11thplace. Despite the result in itself, the …

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2017 Sachsenring MotoGP Post-Race Press Releases

Press releases from the teams and Michelin after the German Grand Prix: Eighth Sachsenring win for Marquez, Pedrosa third for fourth Repsol Honda Team double-podium this season Marc Marquez took his second win of 2017 and his eighth in a row at the Sachsenring after starting from pole position, with …

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2017 Sachsenring MotoGP Round: Notes On What I Missed

Every race weekend, there are dozens of things I either miss, or don’t have time to write about. Here’s what I missed from the German Grand Prix at the Sachsenring: About those chassis Since the Barcelona test, the paddock has been awash with gossip about Yamaha chassis. Valentino Rossi was …

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