Dani Pedrosa has spent his entire GP career aboard Honda machinery
The report in several motor sport publications, such as this one, that Dani Pedrosa has signed an agreement to serve as a test rider for the KTM MotoGP effort beginning next year indicates the depth of KTM's effort to begin...
It is hard to keep secrets in the MotoGP paddock (though not impossible, as Jorge Lorenzo's move to Repsol Honda conclusively proves). One of the worst kept secrets has been the news that the Sepang International Circuit, or SIC,is to expand its current operation to include a MotoGP team.
You would think that after a tough weekend of racing in punishing conditions, the riders would find it very hard to spend eight hours on a MotoGP bike, pushing as close to race pace as possible, testing new parts and setup.
Not according to Andrea Dovizioso. "No, for me it's very easy, and...
Austria's Red Bull Ring, home of this weekend's eyetime Motorrad Grand Prix von Österreich, is the closest thing to the Bonneville Salt Flats of any track on the MotoGP calendar. For those riders, ahem, who have trouble getting their bikes to turn this place is like heaven. The weekend looks...
It was hot at Assen, it was hot at the Sachsenring, and it is positively scorching at Brno. Air temperatures are at a relatively bearable 34°C, but the asphalt tentatively broke the 50°C during FP2.
That is officially what is known colloquially as a scorcher, testing riders, teams, and above...
"Next year I will not be competing in the Championship" was how Dani Pedrosa started his retirement announcement today at the start of the German GP in Sachsenring.
Confirming the retirement suspicions that swirled ahead of the press launch, Pedrosa thanked Honda, his sponsors, and Dorna for...
Dani Pedrosa had announced his retirement at the end of the 2018 MotoGP Season.
Begin Press Release:
One of the most successful riders of all time will hang up his leathers come the end of the year
Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) has announced his retirement at the end of 2018. At 16:00...
The MotoGP website is currently counting down to a live press conference that will feature Dani Pedrosa. The time on the clock is T-minus 15 hours, and at T-minus 15 hours plus one minute, the MotoGP paddock expects the 32-year-old to announce his retirement from motorcycle racing.
If your name is not Marc Marquez, Round Nine of the 2018 MotoGP championship at the legendary Sachsenring in eastern Germany could not arrive at a worse moment. Bad enough that he put his hands on the throat of the 2018 title last time out in Assen, inserting 41 points between himself and...
Thursday 12th July
Press Conference: Dani Pedrosa
Friday 13th July
Free Practice 1
Free Practice 1