U.S. Lawmaker Introduces Bill To Stop Funding For Motorcycle-Only Checkpoints A U.S. lawmaker has introduced a bill to not only end funding for motorcycle-only checkpoints but also to put more emphasis on motorcycle safety programs, the American Motorcyclist Association reports. On May 7, U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) introduced H.R. 1861 to prohibit the U.S. [...]
Davi Millsaps Makes Triumphant Return To Supercross Podium AMA Supercross finally got its 2013 motorsports season underway this past weekend. More than 45,000 people were on hand to watch the race at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, which saw some familiar faces, and a surprise, stand on the podium. Few were expecting Davi Millsaps to [...]
Portuguese motorsports racer Luis Carreira died following a single-bike crash in the qualifying rounds of the Macau Grand Prix at the Guia Circuit in China.
Casey Stoner may have won the Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island over the weekend, but it was Jorge Lorenzo who left as the big winner after clinching the MotoGP World Championship.
It’s been an up and down season for Ben Spies, and now the motorsports rider faces yet another obstacle, as a shoulder injury will keep him from racing in the upcoming round of MotoGP.
Ducati rider Nicky Hayden suffered a scary crash during the Aragon GP this past weekend, but after taking some time to recover the rider will be healthy enough to return to the motorsports circuit in time for the next MotoGP round.
An unexpected win by Tom Sykes and a crash by Marco Melandri in Portimao drastically changed the outlook of the World Superbike standings.
Yamaha’s Tommy Hayden will miss the upcoming Big Kahuna SportBIke race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Jorge Lorenzo Flies To Indianapolis Front Row Championship leader Jorge Lorenzo gave it everything this afternoon in an incident packed qualifying session to take second on the grid for tomorrow’s Grand Prix of Indianapolis. Having struggled to find pace all weekend the team made a big step for qualifying, dramatically improving his speed and resulting [...]
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.