Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Gear up for 2019 MotoGP Battle in Buriram

Courtesy of Yamaha Racing The Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Team has travelled to the Chang International Circuit in Thailand for the first 2019 MotoGP Asian stop. Last year‘s visit to the Buriram track was a big hit amongst the MotoGP Continue reading Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Gear up for 2019 MotoGP Battle in Buriram

Double Top Five for the bLU cRU at Difficult Magny-Cours Weekend

Courtesy of Yamaha Racing Yamaha R3 bLU cRU Challenge riders, Andy Verdoïa and Galang Hendra Pratama, overcame difficult conditions at Magny-Cours to finish the penultimate round of the 2019 FIM Supersport 300 World Championship inside the top five. With rain Continue reading Double Top Five for the bLU cRU at Difficult Magny-Cours Weekend

‘Let’s get Reddy to rumble’! Redding leads title charge as Brookes bids for Showdown fightback

Courtesy of Bennetts British Superbike Championship Media Scott Redding leads the charge in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship after the opening round of the Showdown, snatching the advantage back by 14 points from his Be Wiser Ducati teammate Josh Brookes, Continue reading ‘Let’s get Reddy to rumble’! Redding leads title charge as Brookes bids for Showdown fightback

Gonzalez The Champion After Kawasaki Clean Sweep

Courtesy of KRT – Kawasaki Racing Team Manuel Gonzalez (Kawasaki ParkinGo Team) became the youngest rider ever to win an FIM Roadracing World title after finishing second to 2018’s history maker Ana Carrasco (Kawasaki Provec) in the 12-lap Magny Cours Continue reading Gonzalez The Champion After Kawasaki Clean Sweep

Yamaha and Alex Lowes to Part Company at the end of 2019 Season

Courtesy of Yamaha Racing Yamaha Motor Europe wishes to formally announce that they will part company with Alex Lowes after the final round of the 2019 FIM Superbike World Championship season in Qatar. Lowes has been an integral part of Continue reading Yamaha and Alex Lowes to Part Company at the end of 2019 Season

Another top ten for Leon Camier at Magny Cours; Ryuichi Kiyonari inside the points zone

Courtesy of Honda Racing Corporation Leon Camier and Ryuichi Kiyonari concluded their race weekend at Magny Cours with a ninth and fourteenth place finish respectively in Race 2. The ten-lap Superpole sprint race proved more challenging, with Leon crossing the Continue reading Another top ten for Leon Camier at Magny Cours; Ryuichi Kiyonari inside the points zone