There are still a few rounds left on the 2012 MotoGP circuit, but FIM officials have already released the 2013 race schedule.
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.
MotoGP has been full of surprises this season, and much of the drama has actually had to do with the riders’ sport bike tires.
Repsol Honda’s Dani Pedrosa dominated the Friday testing ahead of the German Grand Prix this weekend, and the Spaniard is likely the favorite given his track record at the Sachsenring.
One of the more interesting storylines in MotoGP this seasons has been how the new CRTs (Claiming Rule Teams) are performing.
After the Dutch GP ended with Jorge Lorenzo getting zero points due to a crash with Alvaro Bautista on the very first turn, the Yamaha rider was not a happy man.