Tag: Alvaro Bautista
Marc Marquez Storms To Maiden MotoGP Win In Texas Marc Marquez became the youngest ever race winner in MotoGP, triumphing in Sunday’s inaugural Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas over teammate Dani Pedrosa, with reigning World Champion Jorge Lorenzo completing the podium. On Saturday, 20-year-old Marquez took over from former double title winner Freddie [...]
Struggles with inclement weather continued for the MotoGP Honda team, which is in Sepang, Malaysia, for a three-day private test.
The MotoGP season only just ended, but manufacturers and riders have already begun testing for the 2013 motorsports season.
The top two MotoGP racers exerted their dominance on the track once again, as Dani Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo clinched the top two spots in Motegi, Japan.
Jorge Lorenzo took the win at the San Marino Grand Prix this weekend, and in the process he put himself in a strong position to claim the 2012 World Championship. Lorenzo led from the start of the motorsports race and dominated the field. His main rival for the MotoGP crown, Dani Pedrosa, who crashed out [...]
Jorge Lorenzo Podiums With Second At Indianapolis Yamaha Factory Racing rider Jorge Lorenzo was back on the podium, taking second place in the Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The Championship leader had struggled all weekend to find an optimum set up, only making a step forward in the qualifying session. Lorenzo, who was one of only [...]
Some tracks just don’t mesh with certain riders, and those who have watched the U.S. Grand Prix every year know that Alvaro Bautista and Laguna Seca just may be one of those mismatched pairings.
Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa dominated the Friday testing ahead of the German Grand Prix this weekend, and the Spaniard is likely the favorite given his track record at the Sachsenring.
After the Dutch GP ended with Jorge Lorenzo getting zero points due to a crash with Alvaro Bautista on the very first turn, the Yamaha rider was not a happy man.
A bad crash for points leader Jorge Lorenzo coupled with Casey Stoner’s victory means the MotoGP championship is all tied up after a wild weekend in Assen, Holland.