Sunday, September 26, 2010
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Written by J.C. Current Tuesday, 21 September 2010 14:15
Between 23 and 25 September 2010, the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company will be putting a custom designed chopper onthe block with a special accessory – President Barack Obama’s autograph. It will also have the signatures of Vice-President Joe Biden and National Security Advisor James Jones.
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Casey Stoner took his first victory of the 2010 campaign at Aragón on Sunday, converting his pole position at the Spanish circuit into a well-deserved win. The Ducati Team rider finished 5.148s ahead of Dani Pedrosa, with Nicky Hayden completing the podium for his first top-three result of the year after a magnificent last-lap overtake on Jorge Lorenzo.
Andrea Iannone took his third win of 2010 in the Moto2 World Championship at Aragón on Sunday with another dominant win, securing victory from pole position by a margin of 6.203s over second placed Julián Simón. Iannone’s Fimmco Speed Up team-mate Gabor Talmacsi completed the podium with Championship leader Toni Elías fourth.
Pol Espargaró took his third win of the season at Aragón on Sunday with a masterful ride that climaxed in a final-lap fight with Nico Terol, who finished the race second and moved to the top of the Championship after a highly dramatic 125cc contest.
Bradley Smith came in third.
Friday, September 17, 2010
Spanish rider Dani Pedrosa has extended his contract with the Repsol Honda MotoGP team until 2012.
The former 125cc and 250cc champion is second in this year's MotoGP standings and goes into Sunday's Aragon Grand Prix seeking a third consecutive win.
"This has been the team of my dreams since I was a kid and that's still the same feeling I have now," he said.
"We've had a long and successful relationship already and believe we can have even more success in the future."
Pedrosa, 24, has been with Repsol Honda for his entire senior career, winning 35 races in all classes and 12 MotoGP, including the last two races at Indianapolis and San Marino.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Wednesday, September 08, 2010
Sunday, September 05, 2010
Sunday, 05 September 2010
There was an overwhelming sadness at Misano as riders and teams expressed their sorrow at the tragic death on Sunday of Japanese rider Shoya Tomizawa.
The untimely passing away of Shoya Tomizawa on Sunday provoked an array of sad reactions from the MotoGP paddock, as the sport lost a talented rider and one of its most popular figures.
Nineteen year-old Tomizawa, the first rider ever to win a Moto2 race at the start of the season, was a highly charismatic, friendly and well-liked person and tributes to him were paid by those who had been fortunate to experience his fantastic persona."