Stoner Wins, but Controversy at Le Mans

Casey Stoner rode to an easy victory at the French Grand Prix at Le Mans, and while his win was never in doubt, a bit of controversy unfolded behind him. Stoner dominated throughout the testing and continued that form on the track, passing his teammate Dani Pedrosa early on and jumping out to a nice […]

Stoner Leads the Field at Le Mans Practice

Casey Stoner got off on the right foot for Sunday’s Grand Prix at Le Mans on Friday, as the Repsol Honda rider had the fastest practice time of the MotoGP field. In fact, Honda continued to dominate this year’s MotoGP season, taking the top three slots on the practice leaderboard. Marco Simoncelli was just .4 […]

Honda Riders Struggle to Victory in Estoril

It was a great day for Repsol Honda at the Portuguese Grand Prix in Estoril, but it certainly wasn’t an easy road for the MotoGP field as they battled injuries and mechanical mistakes all day. Ben Spies has perhaps the most reason to complain, as his misfortune was not really his fault at all. One […]

Sixteen Teams Apply for 2012 MotoGP

MotoGP looks to be on the verge of a major change for next season, as multiple teams have expressed interest in joining the premier racing series for 2012. IRTA and Dorna, two of the organizations that run MotoGP, recently began accepting applications for additions to the grid in 2012. A total of 16 teams submitted […]

Federal Lawmakers Oppose State Lobbying by Safety Agency

U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R-Wis.) and his colleagues introduced House Resolution 239 on May 2 to retain the ban on state and local lobbying by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) reports. The bi-partisan resolution instead urges the agency to focus on motorcycle crash prevention as the first step […]