Tag: Colin Edwards
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 [...]
AMA Pro Flat Track will honor Colin Edwards as Grand Marshall for Saturday’s Lucas Oil Indy Mile at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Edwards, the two-time World Superbike champion also known as the Texas Tornado, has competed in MotoGP since 2003 and has led a very successful career in motorsports. He will join festivities and opening [...]
American rider Colin Edwards has never been one to pull punches when talking with the media, and the story was no different during a recent press conference for his CRT team, reports Crash.net.
American rider Colin Edwards says he’s fit to return during this weekend’s Catalan Grand Prix after suffering a broken collarbone during a qualifying event earlier this month, according to Crash.net.
Injuries are a major part of motorsports, and it’s not uncommon to see riders suffer an injury and open up a spot for someone else in their competition.
There are only a handful of Americans competing in MotoGP, but the number was cut down by one when NGM Mobile Forward Racing’s Colin Edwards suffered a broken collarbone during a qualifying race at the recent Portuguese Grand Prix.
With the many changes coming to MotoGP this year, one question on every fan’s mind is just how competitive the Claiming Rules Teams (CRTs) will be. Their bikes don’t have the money of a full factory behind them, but there’s no doubt that they’re still formidable models. Fans got to see just how fast the [...]