Indianapolis, USA

Bridgestone Press Release: Hirohide Hamashima Talks About Graining At Indy

The Bridgestone press office issued the following press release after the Indianapolis round of MotoGP, in which they discuss the problems of tire wear encountered at the Indy circuit:

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2011

Scott Jones On Wednesday: Moto2 At Indy


Bradley Smith is rapidly becoming one of the few consistently fast Moto2 riders


Whatever he'd been missing, Scott Redding found it at Indy

2011 Indianapolis Moto2 And 125cc Post-Race Press Release Round Up

Press releases from the Moto2 and 125cc teams after the race at Indianapolis:

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2011

2011 Indianapolis MotoGP Post-Race Round Up: Of Championships, Champions, Asphalt And Rubber

Two-thirds of the way through the 2011 season and this is the point where decisive blows are struck in title fights. Indianapolis was no different: though the championships in all three classes are a long way from settled, the three leaders each have a race in hand after Indy. Nico Terol leads the 125cc championship by 26 points, Stefan Bradl has a lead of 28 points in Moto2, and Casey Stoner holds a comfortable 44-point advantage over Jorge Lorenzo in the MotoGP class.

The way the three championship leaders secured their advantage at Indianapolis could well prove to be pivotal. In the 125cc race, Nico Terol dusted the field from the lights, putting a second a lap on everyone else and just disappearing. It was reminiscent of his displays earlier this year, when he won four of the first five races with ease. After a mid-season slump, and especially after the mechanical that saw him DNF at Brno, Terol is back, and has seized the 125 championship by the scruff of the neck again. It is hard not to feel sorry for the sympathetic Frenchman Johann Zarco, the Air Asia Ajo rider having made a huge leap forward this season, but when a rider is in the form that Terol is in, they are incredibly hard to beat. Terol's championship is taking on an air of inevitability, and once that seed is planted in the minds of his rivals, the fight is nearly over.

Scott Jones At IMS: Race Day Photos From Indy


Colin Edwards showed he still has it at Indy


On a roll. And no "Rolling Stoner" puns please.

2011 Indianapolis MotoGP Sunday Post-Race Press Release Round Up

Press releases from the MotoGP teams after the race at Indianapolis:

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2011

2011 Indianapolis Post-Race MotoGP, Moto2 And 125 Press Conference Transcripts

The ever-industrious Indianapolis Motor Speedway provided press releases containing transcripts of the press conferences after all three races held at IMS today. They follow below:


2011 RED BULL INDIANAPOLIS GP MotoGP POST-RACE PRESS CONFERENCE

Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011

Casey Stoner, Dani Pedrosa, Ben Spies

MODERATOR: Here we go, ladies and gentlemen, in third place Ben Spies, of course, riding the Yamaha. (Applause)

In second place, Dani Pedrosa riding the Repsol Honda.

And the winner this afternoon here at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix, Casey Stoner. (Applause)

Q: First of all, congratulations, Casey. What's that, three in a row, seven Grand Prix wins? But it was hard work out there, I'd imagine, this afternoon.

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2011

2011 MotoGP Championship Standings After Round 12, Indianapolis, USA

Championship standings for round , 2011

2011 Moto2 Championship Standings After Round 12, Indianapolis, USA

Championship standings for round , 2011

2011 125cc Championship Standings After Round 12, Indianapolis, USA

Championship standings for round , 2011

2011 Indianapolis MotoGP Race Result: Victory Taken In Race Of Attrition

Results and summary of the MotoGP race at Indianapolis:

2011 Indianapolis Moto2 Race Result: Easy Victory Masks Fascinating Podium Battle

Results and summary of the Moto2 race at Indianapolis:

2011 Indianapolis 125cc Race Result: Dominant Victory Taken Ahead Of Tight Podium Fight

Results and summary of the 125cc race at Indianapolis:

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