NOT the MotoGP News: Argentina… Terminal Hondas
  Welcome to NOT The MotoGP News – our blog by Guy Anderson. Oh – and when you’re done, make sure to go follow Guy on Twitter – @SirGuyGuisborne There’s no beef with Argentina is there? A beautiful country that in the past might have been run by few... Read more
15th place finish for Bradley Smith in Argentina, first MotoGP points for KTM
The new KTM factory MotoGP team was able to take a number of positives away from the weekend in Argentina. Pol Espargaro and Bradley Smith started at 18th and 19th on the grid and they both completed the 25-lap race safely. They also improved on their results in the... Read more
Cal Crutchlow takes superb podium in Argentina
LCR Honda rider Cal Crutchlow completed an excellent weekend in South America as he took third place in Sunday’s Argentina Grand Prix. Starting from the front row of the grid, the Briton was always fighting at the head of the field and went on to claim his first podium... Read more
Gran Premio Motul de la República Argentina: Michelin review
Michelin and Maverick Viñales raced to MotoGP™ victory during today’s Gran Premio Motul de la República Argentina at Termas de Rio Hondo as the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider secured his second consecutive victory of the season. Viñales started from sixth on the grid following yesterday’s wet qualifying session and... Read more
Excellent eighth place for Scott Redding in Argentina
At the end of a race full of emotions in Argentina, Octo Pramac Racing celebrated the precious double Top 10 conquered by Scott Redding and teammate Danilo Petrucci and looks enthusiastically at the third place (first team Ducati) in the Team ranking of the World MotoGP Championship. Scott Redding... Read more
Sam Lowes sees early retirement in Argentina
Sadly the Argentinian Grand Prix weekend finished on a disappointing note for Sam Lowes, despite much hard work across tricky practice and qualifying sessions and good feelings about his chances in the race. The GP ended early for Sam, when he was forced to retire due to a gear... Read more
Grand Prix of Argentina, raceday roundup: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3
MotoGP MotoGP™ has a tendency to keep making history of late, and the Gran Premio Motul de la Republica Argentina was no different as Maverick Viñales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) became the first Yamaha rider since Wayne Rainey in 1990 to win the first two races of the year, taking... Read more
Disappointing DNF rounds off difficult Argentine weekend for Danny Kent
In contrast to the previous day, weather conditions were stable on race day in the spa region of Termas de Río Hondo. Despite dark skies, it remained dry. Kiefer Racing’s rider line-up with Danny Kent and teammate Dominique Aegerter qualified for 12th and 18th position on the grid respectively.... Read more