Australian motorcycle rising star Jack Miller will make history by becoming the first rider ever to move straight from Moto3™ to MotoGP™ in 2015, skipping the Moto2™ class completely.
The announcement that he has signed a deal to ride for LCR Honda on a Honda RC213V-RS Open Specification bike was made overnight.
The 19-year-old Townsville native, who currently rides for the Red Bull KTM Ajo team and leads the Moto3™ Championship after 13 rounds, will ride alongside more experienced...
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When the current crop of MotoGP™ superstars go into battle at the 2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix on 17-19 October, it will mark a very special occasion – 100 years since the event was first held just outside of Bathurst, NSW.
The centenary adds to the already storied history of motorcycle competition in this country. A history which not only spans road racing but other disciplines such as dirt track, motocross and speedway, the latter having its origins in Australia.
You and your mate could watch Aussie Jack Miller at Phillip Island in Moto3 Qualifying from the Pit Wall Canopy - giving you the opportunity to walk the Moto3 grid just moments before the race kicks off.
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Keeping Track: Official Podcast of the Australian Grand Prix
Spanish sensation Marc Marquez has taken the sport to a whole new level after dominating his second season in the MotoGP™ World Championship according to Australia’s five-time 500cc World Champion Mick Doohan.
The 21-year-old has won 11 Grands Prix so far this season, becoming the first rider to win 10 consecutive races since Doohan in 1997.
Speaking to the ‘Keeping Track’ podcast, Doohan said he is impressed with Marquez,...
There probably won’t be a lot of work done in the Italian village of Tavullia today, just 5km from the Misano grand prix circuit. And there’s good reason for that, as the locale’s best known denizen, Valentino Rossi, completed a magnificent victory in the San Marino MotoGP race on September 14.
It was vintage Rossi, with the seven-time MotoGP world champion passing his pole-sitting Movistar Yamaha teammate Jorge Lorenzo for the lead on lap four, and after that he was unstoppable. It was his...
In Australia we have become grimly accustomed to El Niño and its savage effects. In MotoGP El Niño has recently been laying waste, metaphorically, to everything and everyone in his path.
‘The Kid’ in question is none other than Marc Marquez, so nicknamed by an adoring and probably disbelieving Spanish press corps as he has streaked like a comet across the two-wheeled horizon from Qatar to Valencia and all points in between.
Like those of us seeking refuge from the natural phenomenon,...
The Gardner name will return to Grand Prix racing this weekend at Misano, with Remy Gardner, son of 1987 500cc World Champion Wayne, receiving a call up to ride for the Kiefer Racing team in the Moto3™ category.
Gardner will replace the injured Luca Grunwald in what is the perfect warm up to his recently announced Moto3™ wildcard for the 2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix at Phillip Island on 17-19 October.
“I wasn’t expecting to be on a GP bike this weekend to be honest, but it’s...
What was once a dream come true must now seem like a living nightmare to Jorge Lorenzo.
In 2008 the fresh-faced Mallorcan, who was then just 20, came into the MotoGP™ ranks. He came in pretty close to the top, too: he would be partner to the star of the show, Valentino Rossi, at Yamaha. Rossi had won two world titles for the company in 2004-05 but first Hayden’s Honda then Stoner’s Ducati had got the better of them.
Double 250cc World Champion Lorenzo reacted superbly to the challenge. He...
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