Pedrosa Recovers in Germany

Dani Pedrosa got his first win since coming back from collarbone surgery at the Saschenring in Germany. It’s been nearly three months since the controversial incident between Pedrosa and Marco Simoncelli, which sidelined the Spanish rider and ruined his hopes of a championship. Pedrosa returned to the previous race at Assen, but got off to […]

Classic Win for Classic Marque at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

As the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course celebrates its 50th year of competition, a legendary name in motorcycling won the AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport race today. Dustin Dominguez, riding the Team Latus Motors Triumph Daytona 675, took the iconic brand’s first win in AMA Pro Road Racing since 1999 when Curtis Adams won at Willow Springs […]

Westby Earns First Win in AMA Pro Daytona SportBike

The AMA Pro Daytona SportBike class saw a brand-new winner today at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, as M4 Suzuki’s Dane Westby staged a brilliant, aggressive ride that took him from ninth to first through some of the toughest riders in the series. For Westby, it marked his career first AMA Pro sprint race victory and […]

Anti-Lock Brakes Coming to More Vehicles

Anti-lock brakes (ABS) are pretty much a standard feature on all automotive models by now, but they haven’t caught on as much with motorcycles. Indeed, the safety movement seems to have bypassed two-wheeled vehicles completely, the Wall Street Journal reports. While drivers and automakers want their cars as safe as possible, many riders are campaigning […]

Italians Do Well in Mugello Test

Even in a highly technical sport such as motorcycle racing, sometimes psychology can have an advantage – specifically in the area of home-track advantage. Italian riders did well during the initial testing at Italy’s Mugello track, with Marco Simoncelli topping the standings. Fellow Italian Andrea Dovizioso also did very well, ranking third overall. Of course, […]