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MotoGP House Of Cards

MotoGP House Of Cards # 1: Forward Not Racing Indy by staff Monday, July 27, 2015 With team owner Giovanni Cuzari in jail, Forward Racing will not contest the Indy MotoGP event. The future of the team is the focus of intense speculation. MotoGP riders Loris Baz, Stefan Bradl and Forward Moto2...

Published on July 29 2015, 18:38
Source: www.superbikeplanet.com
 

With the flyaways fast approaching, MotoGP's silly season for 2016 is reaching its climax. All of the factory seats are taken – including the seat at Aprilia vacated by Marco Melandri – and the top satellite rides are filled as well, either officially or unofficially. A few pieces of the puzzle... 

A red flag on Lap 1 lead to a 19-lap race on Sunday in the British midlands. For the first time since 2007, a Suzuki won a premier class race, Maverick Vinales ending his day standing on the top step of the podium. He was joined there by Cal Crutchlow, who kept another streak alive, and a... 

In what is likely to be a preview of the rest of the decade in MotoGP, three Aliens not named Marquez will begin their assault on the vice-championship this week at Phillip Island. Heading into Round 16 Down Under, a mere three points separate Yamaha ironman Jorge Lorenzo from teammate Valentino... 

If what happened on lap seven at Sepang was bad for MotoGP, the events which have followed have made it infinitely worse. Rossi's single act of frustration has unleashed a tidal wave of insanity which has battered MotoGP, washing away the good and leaving it battered and stained. And every time...