Fans will now be able to purchase Official Merchandise through the new MotoGP Store, which launched on 26th May as a new section of the motogp.com website. The MotoGP Store is the very first Official Online shop offering all the latest licensed products with worldwide delivery. A wide range of... Read more
Interview Cal Crutchlow: The jump to MotoGP is incredible
Crash.net has published a new interview with Cal Crutchlow. Cal Crutchlow has admitted he underestimated the extent of his transition from Superbikes to MotoGP racing, but says he is enjoying his first season in the premier motorcycling category with Tech 3 Yamaha. The Briton made his much anticipated MotoGP debut at... Read more
British racing stars attend launch of new Silverstone wing
Silverstone Circuits Limited, and its owner the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), today opened the circuit’s state-of-the-art new Pit, Paddock and Conference complex – The Silverstone Wing. His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, KG, who is also President in Chief of the BRDC, formally opened the new building... Read more
IVECO to sponsor the 2011 TT Assen
MotoGP rights holders Dorna Sports S.L. have reached an agreement with IVECO to become the title sponsor of the 2011 TT Assen, thus expanding the presence of the world leader in transport services in the MotoGP World Championship. IVECO has been the title sponsor of the Australian Grand Prix... Read more
Carmelo Ezpeleta, CEO of MotoGP rights holder Dorna Sports SL, has signed a new contract with the promoter of the French Grand Prix, Claude Michy, for the next five years. While this year sees the circuit of Le Mans hosting a MotoGP round for the tenth successive year since the... Read more
Crutchlow disappointed with first race crash in MotoGP
The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team ended its home race at the historic Le Mans circuit pondering what might have been after Colin Edwards and Cal Crutchlow both crashed out of contention for a top six finish in a pulsating French MotoGP race today. Crutchlow’s bid to claim a career... Read more
Pos Nº Rider Bike Laps Time Delay/Retirement 1 27 Casey Stoner Honda 28 44’03.955 2 4 Andrea Dovizioso Honda 28 44’18.169 14.214 3 46 Valentino Rossi Ducati 28 44’18.519 14.564 4 1 Jorge Lorenzo Yamaha 28 44’25.030 21.075 5 58 Marco Simoncelli Honda 28 44’35.200 31.245 6 11 Ben Spies Yamaha 28 44’35.564 31.609 7 69 Nicky Hayden Ducati 28 44’39.521 35.566 8 7 Hiroshi Aoyama Honda 28 44’55.457 51.502 9 8 Héctor Barberá Ducati 28 45’07.686 1’03.731 10 17 Karel Abraham Ducati 28 45’07.840 1’03.885 11 24 Toni Elías Honda 28 45’08.023 1’04.068 12 19 Alvaro Bautista Suzuki 28 45’08.147 1’04.192 13 5 Colin Edwards Yamaha 26 45’03.007 2 Laps 65 Loris Capirossi Ducati 21 33’55.169 Retirement 26 Daniel Pedrosa Honda 17 26’47.714 Crash 35 Cal Crutchlow Yamaha 6 10’27.276 Crash 14 Randy de Puniet Ducati 1 1’43.987 Crash Read more
Sensational Crutchlow qualifies sixth at new track
The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Team is confident of a strong showing in its crucial home race tomorrow after Cal Crutchlow and Colin Edwards produced breathtaking qualifying performances at the Le Mans circuit this afternoon. Crutchlow’s fantastic rookie season in the MotoGP World Championship continued in brilliant fashion, the British... Read more