Tag: Laguna Seca
Attack Performance Racing and GP Tech were the first teams to ever build and race motorcycles in MotoGP under the wildcard entry, successfully making it into the motorsports series in 2012.
Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, announced that it would host a round of the MotoGP World Championship in 2013.
While Valentino Rossi’s official announcement about his team affiliation for next year is still more than a week away, speculation is already running rampant that the former MotoGP champion could be returning to Yamaha.
Although Martin Cardenas is in commanding lead of the point standings in Daytona Sportbike, 19-year-old Yamaha Y.E.S. Graves rider Cameron Beaubier is proving he may be the future of the sport with a string of victories, the most recent of which was at Laguna Seca.
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.
Proving he’s not out of the running quite yet when it comes to the MotoGP crown, Australian Honda rider Casey Stoner executed an expert pass of points leader Jorge Lorenzo to win the U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca.
Ben Spies and Valentino Rossi, two racers whose future in MotoGP is unknown, had a terrible race at Laguna Seca as MotoGP heads into a two-week break.
Train Kept A Rollin’: Hayes Breaks GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing Record in National Guard SuperBike at the Red Bull U.S. Grand Prix Josh Hayes established a new single-season record for consecutive AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike victories with a crushing performance to secure his eighth in a row on Sunday at Mazda Raceway [...]
Italian motorcycle manufacturer Ducati re-signed MotoGP competitor Nicky Hayden on a one-year deal, according to Crash.net.
Valentino Rossi played coy when asked about where he could potentially see himself racing next year, even as rumors begin swirling that the former world champion could team up with Jorge Lorenzo at Yamaha.