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New MotoGP champion staying grounded Marc Marquez knows he is not the finished article despite becoming the youngest rider to win the MotoGP title. Marquez, 20, was third at the last race of the season in Valencia to claim a first title for a rookie
Championship leader Marc Marquez topped the times in Friday`s practice for this weelend`s season-closing Valencia MotoGP. The Honda rookie holds a 13-point lead over his fellow Spaniard, Yamaha`s defending champion Jorge Lorenzo.
The footage of Nicky's desperate trudge across the gravel, screaming profanities at Pedrosa and the Portuguese sky, provides some of the most iconic images of modern-day MotoGP, but not even he could have predicted just how dramatically the pendulum
Yamaha 'optimistic' over Jorge Lorenzo's title chances Yamaha team manager Wilco Zeelenberg is remaining upbeat over Jorge Lorenzo's chances of overhauling Marc Marquez and winning a third MotoGP title. Lorenzo's win over Marquez in Motegi cut his
Jorge Lorenzo captured pole position for Sunday`s Japanese Grand Prix, outgunning rival and championship leader Marc Marquez on the Twin Ring Motegi circuit. The Yamaha rider Lorenzo, the reigning world champion, clocked a fastest time of one minute
Jorge Lorenzo has insisted he still has a fighting chance to retain his world title as pressure builds on gaffe-hit championship leader Marc Marquez ahead of the Japanese MotoGP. Lorenzo slashed Marquez's advantage to 18 points with two races left
Hayden, 32, won the 2006 title for Repsol Honda and has been with the factory Ducati team since 2009. Hayden will be joined on Honda machinery at Aspar by a second, as yet unnamed, rider for 2014 and 2015. The Aspar team have been powered by Aprilia
The Australian, who will turn 28 next week, retired last year. He won the championship in 2007 and 2011. "He has been one of the best riders in the history of MotoGP," said Carmelo Ezpeleta, the chief executive officer of Dorna, which runs MotoGP. "
It's uncomfortable walking around in a light shirt so you can imagine how bad it is throwing a 150kg bike around in a full set of leathers, helmet and gloves...They will be taking on litres of fluid throughout the race and will have stringent
Reuters Sheer courage is the only pathway to victory at MotoGP's most feared circuit, Phillip Island, according to former world champion Nicky Hayden. The sport's elite riders are already turning their attention to next month's Australian Grand Prix