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14 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
13 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
16 Laguna Seca United States 2009 MotoGP
3 Mugello Italy 2008 MotoGP
25 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2008 MotoGP
45 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
2 Phillip Island Australia 2007 MotoGP
16 Brno Czech Republic 2007 MotoGP
26 Donington Park Great Britain 2007 MotoGP
57 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
25 Jerez Spain 2007 MotoGP
15 Valencia 2006 MotoGP
3 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
19 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
13 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2006 MotoGP
4 Brno Czech Republic 2006 MotoGP
26 Laguna Seca United States 2006 MotoGP
38 Donington Park Great Britain 2006 MotoGP
5 Mugello Italy 2006 MotoGP
7 Valencia 2005 MotoGP
10 Phillip Island Australia 2005 MotoGP
6 Phillip Island Australia 2005 MotoGP
32 Donington Park Great Britain 2005 MotoGP
 

TECH UPDATE: Trying to Stop Our Tech Editor looks back at the history of drum brakes.

TECH UPDATE: Trying to Stop Our Tech Editor looks back at the history of drum brakes.

The idea of disc brakes is very old, going back at least to the strange and wonderful Frederick Lanchester who, like Luis Alvarez half a century later, shed useful and practical ideas like trees shed leaves in fall. The attractive thing about disc brakes is that thermal expansion cannot distort...

Published on September 22 2015, 21:29
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

Hello and welcome to the first installment of Asphalt & Rubber's 2017 Superbike Deathmatch – our take on the motorcycle media's superbike shootout review format, and the solitary path for a motorcycle to become the A&R Superbike of 2017. For those just tuning into the Superbike Deathmatch, the... 

http://cf.c.ooyala.com/BudDJkcTomdHzhBdIel8OG0uiGQlVMUA/PE3O6Z9ojHeNSk7H4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ In this short video above (which I hope you've watched by now), Ducati shows how it uses a pair of small-angle rotary actuators to vary cam phase (the angular relationship between cam and crankshaft) as a... 

Motegi was tempestuous, in every sense of the word. It was as if the elements were conspiring to become a metaphor for the 2017 MotoGP season. The weather is always a factor in an outdoor sport such as motorcycle racing, and in Japan, the elements threw almost everything they had at MotoGP, the... 

In the late 1990s, our late friend, Tracy Hagen, wrote this story about the advent of computer data logging in racing. Tracy was an engineer and had great affection for HRC, fine furniture, the occasional car and also line drawings and graphs. The graphs and line drawings referenced in this... 

In a season which has been rammed to the rafters with drama, it is entirely appropriate that the final round of the year should be just as dramatic. It was partly to be expected, of course, with a championship at stake. Sure, Marc Márquez entered the weekend with a nigh insurmountable 21-point... 

Weird is still the new normal in MotoGP, though after Qatar, we appear to be entering the second half of the acid trip, the part where the hallucinations stop being overwhelming and start to take on a strange kind of internal logic once you learn to embrace the weirdness. You can sort of... 

The tire degradation during the MotoGP race at Brno was still a hot topic on the test on Monday, after so many riders suffered problems during the race on Sunday. We asked most of the riders who tested on Monday what they felt about the tires, and whether they were safe. We also spoke to Nicolas...