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10 Silverstone Great Britain 2012 MotoGP
4 Motegi Japan 2011 MotoGP
29 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
12 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
15 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2010 MotoGP
26 Catalunya 2010 MotoGP
14 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
9 Le Mans France 2010 MotoGP
12 Misano Circuit San Marino 2008 MotoGP
6 Shanghai China 2008 MotoGP
2 Jerez Spain 2008 MotoGP
29 Donington Park Great Britain 2007 MotoGP
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57 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
11 Losail Circuit Qatar 2007 MotoGP
45 Phillip Island Australia 2006 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2006 MotoGP
38 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
22 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
32 Le Mans France 2006 MotoGP
7 Valencia 2005 MotoGP
10 Phillip Island Australia 2005 MotoGP
19 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2005 MotoGP
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IENATSCH TUESDAY: TWO TECHNIQUES TO LOWER LAP TIMES... ...and decrease risk for riders and racers!

IENATSCH TUESDAY: TWO TECHNIQUES TO LOWER LAP TIMES... ...and decrease risk for riders and racers!

Inch-perfect riding really counts when the risks are high: Here's Alan Cunningham racing at the Isle of Man last year, where "coasting and hoping" will not work out well. Bike placement is huge too because "run-off room" is called a pub. Cunningham gained the confidence to run the Island at...

Published on June 24 2015, 14:07
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Our man Nick Ienatsch compiled more of these first-hand accounts from the Team USA riders taking part in The Phillip Island Classic at the track of the same name. Ralph Hudson, CMR FJ1200: Third time back to the Island is the charm, and Hudson guaranteed it by packing a mean punch: Yamaha FJ... 

Risk tolerance, aversion to pain, and monetary budgets. These are probably three of the biggest reasons you don't go faster around a track and why you don't just run it in there, throw it on its side, and grab a handful. Too risky, yet you want to go quicker. Let's discuss two proven techniques... 

We pulled this pic from a Yamaha Champions Riding School film lap because the rider's knee is on the ground and the brake light is still on. This rider continues to slow his entry speed and fine-tune his entry radius for one reason. Photo by Anthony Sansotta. Wouldn't it be great if you could... 

At one point in my life, I was racing AMA full time and writing for magazines full time. I lived and worked in Los Angeles with two great friends, Lance Holst and Jason Black, and there were no dull moments. Imagine the bestest funnest life and then double it. The situation would have been hard... 

At some point, we riders would like to be crash-proof. Our experience finally exposes us to every variable and we never crash again due to our physical and mental approach to the sport. We've either covered enough miles or studied the sport hard enough to grasp all facets of the danger. No more... 

Mark and Mario took the Yamaha Champions Riding School Sunset Clinic last month, joining us at Pueblo Motorsports Park for the four-hour street-riding clinic. Their wives tagged along and listened peripherally, then watched the riding action from the fences. About an hour into the clinic, things... 

Happy Summer everyone! As the weather heats up, YCRS has been slowly and carefully expanding. We've introduced two new programs this year and have expanded to include a few more tracks. We aren't leaving our bi-coastal homes in NJ and AZ but are enjoying what have come to be known as our "away...