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With Michelin set to replace Bridgestone as the sole tyre supplier from the 2016, preparations are already underway to be fully prepared for the French firm’s return to the premier-class – with tests planed at all Grand Prix tracks throughout 2015.
Whilst the 2014 season heads into its decisive phase, the DRIVE M7 Aspar Team is already shaping its plans for 2015 and has confirmed the signing of Eugene Laverty for its MotoGP™ project.
Following Suzuki’s announcement on Tuesday that they will return to MotoGP™ in 2015 with Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Viñales as their two riders, Espargaro has spoken about his aspirations and impressions ahead of an exciting new challenge.
Shinji Aoki, Manager of Bridgestone’s Motorcycle Tyre Development Department reviews the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon.
Pramac Racing have signed Danilo Petrucci for the 2015 and 2016 MotoGP™ seasons.
Lin Jarvis, Yamaha Motor Racing Managing Director, was full of praise for race winner Jorge Lorenzo on Sunday, as the Spaniard produced a stunning ride at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon.
Suzuki this week officially announced their 2015 MotoGP™ plans and Team Manager Davide Brivio says the factory are specifically working on electronics and engine performance in order to hit the ground running once they return to racing.
The announcement of Suzuki Motor Corporation’s return to the World Championship with Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Viñales had been expected for some time, but on Tuesday the formal announcement finally came. In an interview with motogp.com, Viñales shares his feelings and expectations ahead of 2015.
Suzuki Motor Corporation has announced that it will participate in MotoGP™ from 2015, with Aleix Espargaro and Maverick Viñales as their two riders.
In a moment which defined Sunday’s race at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon Jack Miller crashed after contact with Alex Marquez – changing the course of the Moto3™ title battle.
It was a difficult first weekend for Avintia Racing and Hector Barbera with Ducati at Aragon, after a bike fire on Friday and a tough race on Sunday.
Pramac Racing’s Andrea Iannone felt he could have achieved a podium result at Aragon had he not been caught out by a crash early in the race.
Nicky Hayden finished ninth at Aragon, riding at a good level in his return race, whilst his colleague Hiroshi Aoyama got his best result of the year in eighth.
Andrea Dovizioso stayed positive after crashing out at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon – the Italian rider caught out by the tricky conditions late in the race.
With NGM Forward Racing this weekend extending their deal with Yamaha and Aleix Espargaro notching a podium result on Sunday things are looking good for the Italian MotoGP™ squad.
Valentino Rossi talks about his crash at MotorLand Aragon having undergone another medical check this morning.
LCR Honda MotoGP’s Stefan Bradl equaled his best result of the season in fourth place at the Grand Premio Movistar de Aragon on Sunday.
Monster Yamaha Tech3 rider Bradley Smith rode a well executed race whilst battling the challenging dry-wet conditions to land fifth position at Motorland Aragon.
As the subject of speculation regarding a MotoGP™ ride for 2015, Frenchman Loris Baz was at Motorland Aragon negotiating with several teams.
Movistar Yamaha MotoGP’s Jorge Lorenzo claimed his first victory of the year on home soil at the Gran Premio Movistar de Aragon.