Toseland Lines Up 16th On Grid For Malaysian GP
Valentino Rossi will start the Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix in pole position, as he bids to secure the 2009 FIM MotoGP World Championship at Sepang on Sunday. A best lap of 2’00.518 in qualifying secured the reigning champion pole position for the seventh time this season, with Jorge... Read more
Malaysian GP: Bradders 3rd Despite Qualifying Crash
Hot temperatures in this afternoon’s single qualifying session for the 125cc Malaysian Grand Prix made life difficult for the engines in the smaller class, with lap times slower than they had been in the cooler morning conditions, but played into the hands of Spanish riders, who took six of... Read more
Bradley First In Sepang Friday 125cc Practice
The penultimate round of the 125cc season got underway at Sepang this afternoon in typically hot conditions, with a dirty track surface providing more than the odd scare for the minor category riders, who were first onto the track. Bancaja pair Bradley Smith and Julián Simón were predictably on... Read more
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Malaysian GP: Event Schedule
Friday 23 October 12.40 – 13.40 125cc Free Practice 1 13.55 – 14.55 MotoGP Free Practice 1 15.10 – 16.10 ... Read more
Bradley Triumphs In Sepang Kart Race
There was four-wheeled fun at the Sepang circuit in the build up to the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend, where 125cc rider Bradley Smith beat off competition from several fellow riders, including Pedrosa, Mika Kallio and Marco Melandri from the premier class, and former 500cc World Champion Àlex Crivillé to... Read more
British Riders Look Ahead To Sepang
Just one weekend on from the Australian GP at Philip Island and it’s all go again as the British 125cc and MotoGP riders get set for the Malaysian GP at Sepang. Following his fourth consecutive podium finish in Australia Bradley Smith could clinch the runner-up spot in the 125cc... Read more
JT Hit By Ride-Through Penalty In Australian GP
A hugely frustrating race for Britain’s James Toseland, having started in 12th – he was adjudged to have jumped the start and subjected to a ride-through penalty; something that he clearly felt was a bad call, looking at the wagging finger as he rode down the pitlane. He eventually finished... Read more