Circuit of the Americas

Gresini Racing’s Enea Bastianini claims second win of the season in Texas and reclaims the lead in MotoGP title race. (more…)

MotoGP ace Marc Marquez green-lit to race in Texas this weekend after missing two races due to new episode of double-vision.


Injured MotoGP star Marc Marquez is back on a bike for training. Can he return in time for this weekend’s race in Austin, Texas?


  • Aaron Canet won the Moto3 race at the Grand Prix of the Americas after a frantic final lap.

  • Early leader Tatsuki Suzuki crashed, setting the pack loose to battle for the win.

  • Canet and Masia now both lead the championship.

Spanish rider Aaron Canet won the Moto3 race at the Grand Prix of the Americas after a frantic final lap.

The race began with a high-speed train of riders but Tatsuki Suzuki (SIC58 Squadra Corse) took the lead and soon opened up a large gap. Eventual winner Canet (Sterilgarda Max Racing Team) kept up the pursuit and cleared himself from the pursing group.

Tatsuki Suzuki – Photo credit

But with eight laps to go, riders started to crash including the returning Romano Fenati (VNE Snipers). He was caught out by the notorious bumps in Turn 18. Jakub Kornfeil (Redox PruestelGP) had nowhere to go and collected Fenati’s bike, sending him off the track as well.

Turn 18 also claimed another victim in the form of championship leader Kaito Toba.

Kaito Toba – Photo credit

Up front, Suzuki seemed to have made a mistake with six laps to go, allowing the Canet to catch up, while the pursing group caught Canet in turn.

The pressure seemed to catch up with Suzuki. With just less than five laps to go, the Japanese rider entered a corner too fast and lost the rear end of his bike and crashed.

His misfortune set the pack free to battle among themselves. Andrea Migno (Bester Capital Dubai) overtook Canet into second while Gabriel Rodrigo (Kömmerling Gresini Moto3) slotted into third, followed by Jaume Masia (Migno’s teammate).

Jaume Masia – Photo credit

A frantic battle ensued among the four, which included contact between Masia and Rodrigo which sent the latter backwards.

Canet planned his attack to perfection and overtook Migno with two laps to go. He would escape the fracas behind when Masia, Migno and Rodrigo started chopping among themselves.

Gabriel Rodrigo – Photo credit

In the end, Canet cross the line first, followed by Masia, Migno and Rodrigo. Niccolo Antonelli (SIC58 Squadra Corse) completed the Top 5.

The results mean Jaume Masia and Aaron Canet leads the championship with 45 points each, while Lorenzo Dalla Porta and Niccolo Antonelli both hold second and third with 32 points each. Kaito Toba falls to fifth with 31 points.

Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) took home his sixth consecutive MotoGP win yesterday at the Circuit of the Americas.

Maverick Vinales (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) got his groove back and finished strong in second place.

Andrea Iannone (Team Suzuki Ecstar) gave Suzuki their first back-to-back podium finishes by finishing the race in third.

Despite receiving a three-place grid penalty which saw Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez starting the race from the fourth position, the defending champion and the Circuit of the Americas records holder showed everyone why he’s still the man to beat this year. (more…)

Movistar Yamaha MotoGP rider Maverick Vinales has been promoted to pole position.

Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez did set the fastest time but will start from fourth after he was given a three-place grid penalty.

Andrea Iannone (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) completes the front row.

It was a qualifying session filled with drama at the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas yesterday as they battle it out for race position on Sunday. The MotoGP qualifying session saw Repsol Honda rider and defending champion setting the fastest lap of the day even after a rough tumble at Turn 13. (more…)



  • Penunggang baru MotoGP 2017 Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) dengan pantas menarik minat ramai dalam tiga pusingan pertama musim ini.
  • Susulan permulaan yang hebat di Qatar dimana dia mendahului perlumbaan sebelum terbabas, Zarco menamatkan GP Argentina dan GP Amerika di kedudukan kelima.
  • Penunggang berusia 27 tahun itu sedang berusaha untuk mengemudi jentera Yamaha M1-nya untuk kedudukan podium MotoGP pertamanya hujung minggu ini di Jerez untuk Gran Premio Red Bull de España.


MotoGP 2017 rookie Johann Zarco (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) was quick to get under the spotlight for the first three rounds of the season.

Following a great start in Qatar where the Frenchman actually led the race before crashing out, Zarco finish the Argentina GP and Americas GP in fifth position.

The 27 year old rider is looking to take his Yamaha M1 to his first ever MotoGP podium this weekend in Jerez for the Gran Premio Red Bull de España.

It’s only his rookie season in MotoGP after being crowned the Moto2 World Champion last year and Johann Zarco was quick to get under the spotlight for the first three races. Following an incredible first race in Qatar where the Frenchman blitzed through the MotoGP veterans before crashing out while leading the race, the 27 year old rookie riding for the Monster Yamaha Tech 3 squad finished an amazing Fifth in both Argentina GP and also Americas GP. (more…)

Sumber Imej: MotoGP
  • Baru-baru ini Danny Kent telah mengumumkan keberangkatannya dari pasukan Moto2 Kiefer Racing kerana kesukaran yang berpanjangan semenjak kemunculannya di Moto2 musim lepas.
  • “Ia merupakan satu masa yang sukar sejak menyertai pasukan ini dan saya tidak rasa yang saya boleh capai potensi saya, jadi saya memutuskan untuk menarik diri.”
  • “Ia mematahkan hati saya sebagai seorang manusia dan penunggang, dan secara jujurnya saya rasa jika peluang yang terbaik muncul saya mampu menjadi laju dalam Moto2.”


  1. Danny Kent recently announced his departure from Moto2’s Kiefer Racing team after a long and difficult time since stepping up to Moto2 last season

  2. “It’s been a difficult period since joining the team and I don’t feel I’m able to reach my potential so I’ve decided to step away.”

  3. “It was breaking me as a person and rider, and I honestly think if the right opportunity comes up I can be fast in Moto2.”


  • Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda) continues his MotoGP domination at the Circuit of the Americas for the fifth time in a row

  • Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) race brilliantly to P2, putting him ahead of the championship title fight with 56 points

  • Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda) landed his first podium of the season after quite a few amazing battles with Marquez and Rossi throughout the race

Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda

It’s official; Marc Marquez makes it five out five victories at arguably one of his favourite tracks in the race calendar, the Circuit of the Americas (COTA), Texas USA. After a brilliant qualifying session and race, it’s too early to put aside the 2016 MotoGP World Champion aside just yet for the title crown of 2017. (more…)

Marc Marquez dominates MotoGP race in Austin, Texas for fourth time in a row and extends lead in championship standings.



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