Which umbrella do you prefer ?

12 Assen Netherlands 2012 MotoGP
10 Silverstone Great Britain 2012 MotoGP
4 Motegi Japan 2011 MotoGP
29 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
23 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
12 Misano Circuit San Marino 2011 MotoGP
12 Mugello Italy 2011 MotoGP
35 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2011 MotoGP
30 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2011 MotoGP
8 Jerez Spain 2011 MotoGP
8 Phillip Island Australia 2010 MotoGP
15 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2010 MotoGP
9 Misano Circuit San Marino 2010 MotoGP
26 Catalunya 2010 MotoGP
3 Assen Netherlands 2010 MotoGP
14 Mugello Italy 2010 MotoGP
9 Le Mans France 2010 MotoGP
36 Le Mans France 2010 MotoGP
10 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
1 Misano Circuit San Marino 2009 MotoGP
4 Misano Circuit San Marino 2009 MotoGP
18 Indianapolis 2009 MotoGP
12 Misano Circuit San Marino 2008 MotoGP
22 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2007 MotoGP
 

A Look at Last Year's Suzuka 8-Hours Winner

A Look at Last Year's Suzuka 8-Hours Winner

Compromise has little place in most forms of racing. Speed is of the essence and everything else is secondary to it. In Endurance, the same principle guides the way, but there are compromises to be made. Speed is as necessary in the pit lane as it on the race track. Being able to repair any...

Published on July 27 2018, 18:07
Source: www.asphaltandrubber.com
 

FIM Previews Suzuka 8 hours by staff Tuesday, July 23, 2013 This just in from the FIM: The Endurance world gears up for the Suzuka 8 Hours 63 crews will line up in Japan on 28 July The 36th edition of the Suzuka 8 Hours, second round of the FIM Endurance World Championship, will certainly live... 

The victory put a stamp on their dominance of the one race each year that the Japanese manufacturers place more emphasis on than any other. As such, Asphalt & Rubber takes a look at the winning machine, the Yamaha Factory Racing Team's YZF-R1. It's often said that endurance racing is the last... 

When Glenn Frey released one of the biggest hits of the 80s, the Suzuka 8-Hours was on the verge of its glory days. Those days are now being repeated. In 1984, the Suzuka 8-Hours was on the cusp of being the biggest race of the season for the Japanese manufacturers, and that year's edition was... 

Yamaha claimed its third Top 10 Shootout victory on the bounce at Suzuka today, but the Yamaha Factory Team know that there is still plenty of work to do to claim victory at the Suzuka 8-Hours There are no team sports quite like motorsport. Fans focus their attentions on the riders on track, but... 

A typhoon is heading towards Suzuka, but as the paddock battened down the hatches, the winds of change had already set in. Jonathan Rea's pole position for Kawasaki ended three year's of Yamaha topping the times. The three-time WorldSBK champion will be out to do the same during tomorrow's race.... 

Vince Lombardi once said that he "firmly believes that any man's finest hour is that moment when he has worked his heart out for a good cause and he lies exhausted on the field of battle. Victorious." The day is done, the battle is won, and for a third consecutive year, Yamaha lifted the Suzuka... 

24-year-old Michael van der Mark, contracted with Yamaha as a WSB rider, will replace the injured Valentino Rossi at the next MotoGP round at the Arag√≥n track. Mr. van der Mark is known as an aggressive, skillful rider in WSB (where he is currently ranked 7th in points), and he was a member of...