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Rea finishes behind Bautista in Misano

Jonathan Rea gets a second position in the opening race of the weekend, but he missed the podium in the second at Misano.

When the World Superbike Championship riders arrived at the Italian circuit of Misano Marco Simoncelli, they were met with temperatures that increased as the day progressed. Almost all of them were able to improve their times already in the second free practice sessions, when the sun bathed the asphalt, after the heavy rains that fell the day befor...

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Top 10 for Marc and Pol in Assen

An impressive comeback sees Marc Márquez finish in seventh place after starting in twentieth position, while Pol secures another top 10.

The Netherlands Grand Prix started under a cloudy sky that gradually increased, giving way to rain that accompanied the riders in the afternoon. The Repsol Honda team did well to make the most of the morning sessions, which turned out to be crucial as the rain afterwards caused both Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró to fall off their Hondas and end th...

Marc Márquez wins again 581 days later

Márquez wins again and already has eleven consecutive victories at the Sachsenring, while Pol finishes tenth.

The Repsol Honda Team riders arrived at the German Sachsenring circuit on Friday, ready to compete to score some points in this new round of the MotoGP World Championship. And, while the temperature continued to rise above 30ºC, the temperature of the track quickly reached above 50ºC for the second session of the morning.   All eyes imme...

Three more podiums for Rea in Misano

Jonathan Rea secures another three third places at the Misano Circuit to maintain his leader position in the championship, while Lowes remains fourth overall.

The Kawasaki Racing Team riders arrived at the Misano Marco Simoncelli Circuit, Italy, ready to continue fighting for the 2021 WorldSBK championship, which has now reached its third round. Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes started riding sunny skies on Friday, focused on FP1. The KRT duo found their best rhythm at the key moment of FP2, recording good ti...

Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró Did not finish the race at home

Pol went to the ground and Marc suffered his third consecutive fall of the season, while Oliveira took the victory at the Montmeló circuit.

The Repsol Honda Team riders started the weekend in Montmeló with enthusiasm, excited by the fact that this Grand Prix, the Monster Energy of Catalunya, was being raced at home. Both of them quickly caught up with the track, and especially with the new Turn 10 of the Catalan circuit. For the first time since the 2019 race, a limited number of MotoG...

Scholtz And Westby Racing lead the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship

Back in March 8, Westby announced that PUIG Hi-Tech Parts was joining Westby Racing as an official team partner. It’s the first time that the motorcycle company decides to be part of the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship. The team will use PUIG’s high-quality windscreens. Tryg, owner of Westby Racing said. “We’re very familiar with...

The Repsol Honda team closes a complicated weekend in Mugello and is already thinking about Montmeló

After a promising start, Márquez's race ended when he fell on the second lap of the Italian circuit, while Pol managed to keep the twelfth position he achieved in qualifying.

The MotoGP World Championship returned this past weekend to the Mugello circuit to race the Italian Oakley Grand Prix. Free practice on Friday took place under clear skies, and both Marc Márquez and Pol Espargaró started off feeling good, both being able to make the most of the time available on the track on their respective Honda RC213Vs.  ...

Rea, unstoppable in the second round of Estoril

After the second race of the season, Jonathan Rea extends his leadership in the championship with 110 points, while Lowes defends the fourth place, with 62.

After the first day of action in the second round of the WorldSBK championship, held at the Estoril circuit in Portugal, riders Jonathan Rea and Alex Lowes finished third and fourth respectively in combined times.   FP2 in the afternoon ended earlier than planned. Both Rea and Lowes were looking to move up the general standing, until the...

Rea leader and Lowes second in the first WorldSBK round of the year

Jonathan Rea finishes the first weekend of the season leading the 2021 WorldSBK championship, while his teammate Alex Lowes takes the podium twice.

The 2021 WorldSBK World Championship kicked off this past weekend in May at Motorland Aragón. The riders of the Kawasaki Racing Team, consisting of Alex Lowes and Jonathan Rea, were ready to start giving a show with the new Ninja ZX-10RR. With it, Lowes set his best time in the first morning session on Friday, while Rea found several details in the...