Tag: MotoGP racing
Motorsports racers may be in the middle of their mandatory winter break, but the teams themselves have not let up on their preparations for the upcoming season.
Lukas Pesek recently signed with Ioda Racing, making him the 24th and final entrant on the MotoGP racing grid.
In an effort to curb rule-breaking in MotoGP, the motorsports series is adding a penalty points system that will punish riders who act out during events.
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.
MotoGP may be in the middle of its winter break, but that hasn’t stopped some racers from immersing themselves in other aspects of motorsports.
The Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup is returning for a seventh season in 2013, kicking off the 14-round series in April with two dozen riders vying to test their mettle as professional racers.
The Jerez de la Frontera circuit will be the home of the Grand Prix of Spain for the next three years, following an agreement between MotoGP’s governing body, Dorna Sports, and the Spanish government.
Suzuki pulled out of MotoGP racing at the end of 2011, but the manufacturer recently expressed interest in returning to the motorsports series.
MotoGP riders from BMW and Ducati closed out the final days of winter testing at the Jerez track in Spain.
Riders from World Superbike and MotoGP were present for winter testing at Jerez, but it was the superbike teams who stole the show on their final day of motorsports before the break.