Tag: racing team change
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.
American racer Ben Spies has announced he will not be renewing his contract with Yamaha’s MotoGP team at the end of this season.
Honda has its team in place for the next two years of MotoGP, as the Repsol outfit has put pen to paper with motorsports superstars Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez.
Besides Casey Stoner’s shocking retirement, the off-track news of the year thus far in MotoGP is Jorge Lorenzo’s decision to stay with Yamaha.
Current MotoGP points leader Jorge Lorenzo has re-signed with Yamaha on a two-year contract, ending speculation that the rider could head to another team at the end of the season.
After initially starting in the series as a substitute for the injured Garett Gerloff, Tommy Hayden has signed an extended deal with Graves Yamaha that will see him finish out the Daytona SportBike season.
One of the rising stars in AMA Supercross has finally found a permanent home, as GEICO Honda recently announced they signed Zach Osborne for the 2013 season.
Motocross fans may know all the current stars of the sport, but the major teams are also on the lookout for tomorrow’s champions.
Ivan Tedesco is reuniting with the Kawasaki team that helped him achieve the greatest success of his career, with plans to compete in the upcoming AMA Motocross season.