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Will Great Britain achieve a 250th WorldSBK win at Laguna Seca The first WorldSBK race weekend here was held in 1995: the winners were Anthony Gobert on a Kawasaki ZXR 750 and Troy Corser on a Ducati 916 R. 2. After a triple win by Rea at Donington Park, Great Britain has racked-up 248 WorldSBK wins and is in the position to be the first country with 250...   

Where are America's Motorcycle RacersNot many of the kids racing World Superbike and MotoAmerica last weekend were born the first time I went to Laguna Seca in 1988 for the return of Grand Prix motorcycle racing in the USA. Eddie Lawson won that one. Wayne Rainey had taken pole position and finished fourth, ahead of Kevin Schwantz...   

WorldSBK Track Guide: A Lap Around Laguna SecaThe US Round of the World Superbike Championship sees the paddock decamp to the West Coast, and for the Superbike riders this is certainly a favorite round of the campaign. The challenging Laguna Seca circuit is unique and rightfully regarded as one of the most action-packed and thrilling on...   

Is electric motorcycle racing the next big thing The all-electric racing series is the pinnacle of electric sport on four wheels, and while the early days of the sport were laughable – the cars were slow and there was a mandatory car switch at mid race for range purposes (the next generation Formula E cars are reported to be able to last a...   

AHRMA Comes to Willow SpringsUnfortunately MO did not make it to the fastest road in the Mohave on the 27 and 28th of April for AHRMA's rounds 7 and 8, but our friend Mike Worshum did, and sent us a few photos of motorcycles that grabbed his attention (while he was busy working), of which there are about a bazillion at...   

Energica Makes Moves in TexasEnergica is has reached an agreement with AF1 Racing in Austin and plans to have Colin Edwards pilot the Ego Corsa, FIM Enel MotoE World Cup bike around the Austin circuit during the MotoGP weekend in Texas. Begin Press Release: Energica Motorcycles: new commercial agreement in...   

Tech3 Yamaha Partnership Ending After 2018 MotoGP SeasonOne of MotoGP's longstanding partnerships is coming to an end, as Tech3 announced it will stop being Yamaha's satellite racing team at the end of the 2018 season. It was Tech3 that made the decision to end its 20-year-old partnership with Yamaha (including what will be 18 years in the premier...   

Say What??! – Tech3 and Yamaha Will Part Ways in 2019If you thought the 2019 MotoGP Silly Season was already in high gear, a bombshell announcement has just put it into overdrive. Today, the Monster Yamaha Tech3 team announced that from 2019, they will be parting ways. Tech3 will no longer be a satellite Yamaha team. The split brings to an end...   

Us Motorcyclists And Our Weird Superstitions Whether they actually have an effect on an outcome or not is still up in the air, but then again there's no real way to prove or disprove they don't, so I might as well keep on practicing mine because, well... because. That's just what I do! Call it what you want to call it, but I like to think...   

Team Racing The International Island Classic RaceThe International Island Classic is one of the world's premier vintage motorcycle races, and the 2018 event is just around the corner. The Classics have largely been dominated by British and Aussie riders, as previous American efforts were low-budget entries with mid-tier riding talent. And...