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Thursday Summary at Motegi: The Walking Wounded, Yamaha's Supremacy, & Hayden's Switch

Thursday Summary at Motegi: The Walking Wounded, Yamaha's Supremacy, & Hayden's Switch

Motegi was the stage for a parade of the walking wounded on Thursday. The first question to half of the riders in the press conference was, "How's the injury?" The answers mattered quite a lot, given that Jorge Lorenzo is engaged in a battle to the wire with Valentino Rossi for the 2015 MotoGP...

Published on October 9 2015, 16:17
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

The Grand Prix Circus has barely had a chance to catch its breath after Motegi before the next round starts in Australia. With a few exceptions, perhaps, a number of teams being forced to either take a much longer route to Australia to avoid the landfall of typhoon Vongfong, or else severely... 

From the very beginning the 2015 MotoGP season had all the elements that promised it to be exciting. With the Suzuki's back on the grid, Ducati bringing their all new Desmosedici GP15, the concessions in the regulations and Valentino's coming back of form during the end of the 2014 season, the... 

With the holiday season receding into the rear view mirror, that means that we are getting closer to seeing bikes on tracks. Testing starts this week for both the MotoGP and WorldSBK paddocks, and before testing, the Movistar Yamaha team will present their 2018 livery later on this week as well....