The two World Superbike races at the Assen TT Circuit in the Netherlands saw a few of the motorsports series’ top riders dominate as Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes and Aprilia’s Eugene Laverty won the first and second race, respectively. In the first race, Sykes opened up with a huge lead and cruised to his sixth career win. In the [...]
Infront Motor Sports, a leading Swiss marketing company, announced the winners of its annual Superbike Organizer Award and Superbike Media Award.
MotoGP has been full of surprises this season, and much of the drama has actually had to do with the riders’ sport bike tires.
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.
One of the more interesting storylines in MotoGP this seasons has been how the new CRTs (Claiming Rule Teams) are performing.
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.
After fighting issues with his bike all throughout testing, Australian Honda rider Casey Stoner surprised the motorsports world by winning the pole position during qualifying for the upcoming Dutch MotoGP in Assen.
Many fans thought Casey Stoner would be set to repeat his dominant performance of MotoGP this year, but it’s been all about Jorge Lorenzo thus far.