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Video: Injured Dovizioso already in the gym!

Crash.Net MotoGP News - Wed, 2020-07-01 05:48
Ducati MotoGP star Andrea Dovizioso training in the gym just days after surgery.
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Keine 48 Stunden später: Dovizioso ist zurück im Gym

Speedweek, German Language MotoGP News - Wed, 2020-07-01 05:05
In 18 Tagen steht das erste MotoGP-Rennen in Jerez an und Andrea Dovizioso verliert nach der Schlüsselbein-OP am Sonntagabend keine Zeit: Am Dienstag zeigte sich der Ducati-Star bereits wieder im Training.
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BMW Strikes First with Adaptive Cruise Control Feature

Asphalt And Rubber - Tue, 2020-06-30 19:26
Adaptive cruise control has finally come to the motorcycle industry, and BMW Motorrad will be first to offer the system developed by Bosch. The post BMW Strikes First with Adaptive Cruise Control Feature appeared first on Asphalt & Rubber.


Reiseverbote: Malaysia-GP 2020 in weiter Ferne

Speedweek, German Language MotoGP News - Tue, 2020-06-30 19:17
Die EU hat eine Liste mit 15 sicheren Nicht-EU-Staaten verkündet. Malaysia befindet sich nicht auf diese Liste, auch USA fehlt. Dazu kommt: Tschechien lässt bisher nur Bürger aus acht Staaten zum Brünn-GP einreisen.
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Michael van der Mark Leaving Yamaha WorldSBK at the End of 2020

Asphalt And Rubber - Tue, 2020-06-30 17:59
Michael van der Mark is headed to greener pastures, as today it became clear that he would not be racing with the Pata Yamaha WorldSBK team in 2020. The post Michael van der Mark Leaving Yamaha WorldSBK at the End of 2020 appeared first on Asphalt & Rubber.


World Superbike: Laverty, Sykes Test At Lausitzring In Germany

RoadRacing World - Tue, 2020-06-30 17:45
The BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team is back on the racetrack: test at the Lausitzring in preparation for the rest of the season.
  • After the enforced break due to coronavirus, the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team can get back to work at the racetrack.
  • Tom Sykes and Eugene Laverty test their BMW S 1000 RR at the Lausitzring.
  • 2020 WorldSBK season will resume at Jerez de la Frontera at the beginning of August.
Lausitzring. It has been a long time since the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team and riders Tom Sykes (GBR) and Eugene Laverty (IRL) were last on a racetrack together. The season opener of the FIM Superbike World Championship (WorldSBK) at the start of March was followed by an enforced break lasting several months due to coronavirus. Now the team and riders have been able to return to the track with the BMW S 1000 RR. Last week, Sykes and Laverty tested at Lausitzring (GER). Work at the team HQ in Guisborough (GBR) and at BMW Motorrad Motorsport in Munich (GER) was restricted during the break due to coronavirus protective measures. However, good use was made of the time, to analyse the findings and rider feedback from the season opener and to advance the development of the RR in many areas. Consequently the team had a whole host of new components and ideas with them for the test at the Lausitzring. In good weather conditions, the team had plenty of opportunity to test them out in preparation for the next races. The 2020 WorldSBK season will continue with the second race event of the year, at Jerez de la Frontera (ESP) on the first weekend of August. Before that, the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team will take part in further tests at Barcelona (ESP) on 8th and 9th July. Quotes after the test at the Lausitzring. Marc Bongers, BMW Motorrad Motorsport Director: “It was absolutely great to be back at the racetrack after such a long break. We had a very good test at the Lausitzring in consistent conditions and tested several new parts. We are very confident that we will be coming back stronger than we were before the break. We are looking forward to returning to racing at Jerez and show our competitiveness.” Shaun Muir, Team Principal BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team: “The test at the Lausitzring was the first time we had been back at the racetrack after the first round of the season in Australia, as in between we had been in lockdown with the coronavirus restrictions. We had great days of testing, the weather has been kind to us with very good conditions and we had the opportunity to test quite a lot of parts that we have been working on during the break. It has been very successful for both Tom and Eugene and we feel confident now that a lot of effort that the guys have been putting in at the factory will pay off now. We can look forward to another two days of testing at Barcelona in the first week of July.”   Tom Sykes (66) taking his BMW S 1000 RR World Superbike out on track at Lausitzring, in Germany. Photo courtesy BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team. Tom Sykes: “After such a long period off the bike with this tricky moment in time, it is an absolute pleasure to be here at the Lausitzring and back testing with the BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team. It is fair to say that while everybody was stuck at home there has been a lot of work going on, certainly a lot of development, so this test has proved to be very vital. We certainly gathered a lot of information. It was good and it’s a great feeling to be back on the BMW S 1000 RR. Now we all are looking forward to returning to racing shortly.”   Eugene Laverty (50) returns from a run on his BMW S 1000 RR World Superbike at Lausitzring, in Germany. Photo courtesy BMW Motorrad WorldSBK Team. Eugene Laverty: “We had a fantastic test at the Lausitzring. It was great to be back riding my BMW S 1000 RR after nearly four months off due to the pandemic but I am still getting to know that bike. It’s only the fourth track that I rode it on so it has been so beneficial to come here and ride it at the Lausitzring. We really benefitted from the track time in sunny conditions. Now we are ready to race again and we will be back stronger than ever.”

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Ducati Museum In Bologna, Italy Reopens July 4

RoadRacing World - Tue, 2020-06-30 17:11
Ducati reopens the Museum, combining the visit with new motorcycle or e-bike experiences After the temporary closure caused by the health emergency, the Ducati Museum will gradually reopen to the public starting on Saturday 4 July Factory visits are suspended for safety reasons. The new virtual tour of the production lines will be soon available on the Ducati website New and exciting experiences, to be tackled by motorbike or on Ducati’s range of e-bikes, offered to visitors to encourage the discovery of the territory and its cultural, tourist and motoring traditions Borgo Panigale (Bologna, Italy), 30 June 2020 – On Saturday 4 July, on the same date that Ducati was founded 94 years ago, the Ducati Museum and the Fisica in Moto educational laboratory of the Borgo Panigale factory will reopen their doors to visitors, after the forced stop due to the health emergency. The reopening will be gradual. Until 30 September the visit to the Ducati Museum and the educational laboratory will be limited to Saturday and Sunday, with the exception of the weeks from 3 to 9 August and from 17 to 23 August, when visits on weekdays will also be possible.   The Ducati Museum in Bologna, Italy. Photo courtesy Ducati.   A single ticket will be available for visitors at the special price of € 25, which includes admission to the Museum and a guided tour of the Fisica in Moto Laboratory, a truly unique opportunity to discover the history of the Borgo Panigale motorcycle manufacturer and the laws of physics applied to the world of motors. Visits to the factory remain suspended for safety reasons, but a new virtual tour will be soon available on the website which allows visitors to go inside the production lines. In line with the safety regulations against the spread of Covid-19, access to the facilities will be allowed for a maximum of 7 people per turn and after booking and purchasing the ticket on the website Visits are scheduled every 15 minutes from 9.00 am to 18.00. For the entire period of stay within the company area it will be necessary to always keep social distancing of at least 1 metre and it is mandatory to wear a surgical mask . In the event that the visitor does not have one, it will be provided by the Museum staff. In order to ensure greater availability for visitors and avoid gatherings, the maximum duration of the visit is one and a half hours (45 minutes at the Museum and 45 minutes at the Fisica in Moto Laboratory).   The Fisica in Moto Laboratory. Photo courtesy Ducati.   New experiences to discover the territory It will also be possible to combine a visit to the Ducati Museum and the educational laboratory with the new “experiences” that the Ducati Museum staff offers visitors. These are options, in any case related to the visit of the Museum and of Fisica in Moto, which are divided into two types of proposals that aim to discover the history, tradition and beauty of the Emilia-Romagna area of ​​which Ducati is one of the most representative brands. The proposed itineraries can be done in one day, visiting Bologna riding one of the new Ducati e-bikes, accompanied by E-xplora guides certified by the National MTB Academy. Or by motorbike, divided over several days, independently but with the possibility of following an expressly designed itinerary, renting a Ducati to travel in the beauty of the Apennine landscape or experience the Romagna Riviera, reaching it through alternative roads and routes that can be enjoyed on the bike. Here are the proposals: 1. E-bike: Bologna by E-xplora – a short and a longer tour to visit the city centre of Bologna, its historical monuments and the Bolognese hills on a Ducati Scrambler e-bike in one day. In both tours visitors will be accompanied by an E-xplora certified National MTB Academy guide. The cost of the city centre tour is € 65, with the city centre and Bologna hills tour € 85, Ducati Scrambler e-bike rental and guide included. For those who so desire, there is also an opportunity to have lunch at the Ducati Scrambler Food Factory in Bologna. 2. Motorbike: Mid-Reno and Savena Valley – a perfect route for a motorbike tour, to discover the ancient history of the Bolognese Apennines and its waters along two legendary roads: the “Porrettana” and the “Futa”. From the Ducati Museum, in fact, you can easily take the “Porrettana”, the road between Bologna and Pistoia built in the crucial years of our country, between the wars that brought about the independence and the unification of Italy. To be done independently or by renting a motorcycle at the Ducati Factory Store (price list for motorcycle and clothing rental on the Ducati website). 3. Motorbike: The Stradelli Guelfi. From the Middle Ages to the origins of Romagna motorcycling, from Baracca and Taglioni, to Cervia and Cesenatico, the origins of the Mototemporada Romagnola – the Stradelli Guelfi route represents an intelligent alternative to go to the seaside, avoiding the daily summer traffic heading for the destinations of the Romagna Riviera and retracing the roads that tell the origins of motorcycling in the region. An authentic example of a “slow ride”, the Stradelli cover the stretch of Romagna that arrives at the Riviera of Ravenna, immersed in the colourful countryside. To be done independently or by renting a motorcycle at the Ducati Factory Store (price list for motorcycle and clothing rental on the Ducati website). To learn more about the stages of the different routes go on the Ducati website. For information and reservations, write directly to the Ducati Museum reception service:

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Miguel Oliveira (KTM): «Die WM wird ein Marathon»

Speedweek, German Language MotoGP News - Tue, 2020-06-30 17:02
Körperlich werden die MotoGP-Piloten in der verkürzten Saison an ihre Grenzen gehen müssen. Red Bull-KTM-Pilot Miguel Oliveira kann dem Kalender aber etwas Positives abgewinnen: Die Reisen fallen deutlich kürzer aus.
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MV Agusta Brutale 1000 RR: estrema ma docile, fai l'assetto con un'app

Brian Gillen ha oggi ufficialmente presentato alla stampa (anche se in modo virtuale) la Brutale 1000 RR. Basata sulla Serie Oro, ha prestazioni da sportiva estrema (208 cavalli), pur riuscendo ad essere straordinariamente docile all’occorrenza

Energica Motor Company Partners With Total Lubrifiants

RoadRacing World - Tue, 2020-06-30 16:39
New International Partnership between Energica Motor Company S.p.A. and Total Lubrifiants Paris, June 30, 2020 –Total Lubrifiants, the world’s fourth-largest international energy company on the lubricants market and Energica Motor Company, the Italian manufacturer of high-performing electric motorcycles, are proud to announce a new international partnership until the end of 2022. Total Lubrifiants becomes the Official Sponsor and Industrial Partner of Energica. Total Lubrifiants has consolidated its position as key player in electric mobility by launching an innovative range of EV fluids for electric and hybrid vehicles. Produced thanks to important efforts of the Group’s R&D teams, these products have been specially developed to meet the cooling and lubrication needs of the various components of these new types of engines and to ensure that they remain in peak condition throughout their lifetime. TOTAL HI-PERF EV FLUID product range is in line with Total Climate Strategy and the Group’s ambition to get to net-zero emissions by 2050 together with society for its global business across its production and energy products used by its customers. Thanks to this important industrial partnership, all Energica electric motorcycles will benefit from the Total Lubrifiants ranges of lubricants, greases and related products. “We are really proud of this 100% new electric partnership which is an important milestone towards new mobility”, said Jean Parizot, Vice President Automotive, Total Lubrifiants. “It shows how committed we are to contribute to the Group’s ambition to become the major in responsible energy”. It’s now since a decade that Energica has invested in sustainable mobility by developing electric motorcycles, from the track to the street. In the last months the Italian company increased its operating activity by delivering 68% more motorcycles to its dealers and importers compared to the same period last year. The interest in the Energica brand is confirmed both in Europe and in overseas markets showing a clear sign of an increasing attention to electric mobility. “In this scenario of growing interest in climate change and sustainability, we are proud to partner with Total Lubrifiants, an international leading energy player. Our synergy is built on extremely solid ground with an eye towards a sustainable future”, said Livia Cevolini, CEO of Energica Motor Company S.p.A. “We are proud to team up with Total Lubrifiants and work on new solutions and applications together”, said Giampiero Testoni, CTO of Energica Motor Company S.p.A. About Energica Motor Company S.p.A. Energica Motor Company is the first Italian manufacturer of high-performing electric motorcycle and is the single manufacturer chosen by Dorna for the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup. Energica Motorcycles are on sale worldwide. About Total Lubrifiants Total Lubrifiants is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of lubricants. It has 42 production plants worldwide and more than 5,800 employees in 150 countries. Total Lubrifiants offers innovative, efficient and environmentally responsible products and services developed by more than 130 researchers at its two R&D centers. Total Lubrifiants is a partner of choice for the automotive, industrial and marine markets. About Total Marketing & Services Total’s Marketing & Services business segment develops and markets products primarily derived from crude oil, along with all of the associated services. Its 31,000 employees are present in 109 countries and its products and services are sold in 150 countries. Total Marketing & Services serves more than 8 million customers daily through its network of over 14,000 service stations in 62 countries. The world’s fourth-largest marketer of lubricants and the leading distributor of petroleum products in Africa, Total Marketing & Services operates 50 production sites worldwide that manufacture lubricants, bitumen, additives, fuels and special fluids. About Total Total is a broad energy Group, which produces and markets fuels, natural gas and low-carbon electricity. Our 100,000 employees are committed to better energy that is safer, more affordable, cleaner and accessible to as many people as possible. Active in more than 130 countries, our ambition is to become the responsible energy major.

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Zanardi: condizioni stazionarie, il quadro neurologico rimane grave

Non verranno diramati altri bollettini se non ci saranno sviluppi significativi. La Ferrarri correrà in Austria con lo sticker #ForzaAlex sulle monoposto

MotoAmerica: Even More From The Races At Road America 2

RoadRacing World - Tue, 2020-06-30 16:25
M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Bobby Fong Victorious at Road America Suzuki Riders Petersen and Landers Also Capture Impressive Wins Brea, CA – Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. and M4 ECSTAR Suzuki returned to Road America for Round 2 of the 2020 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North American Road Racing season where they scored four podium finishes, capped off in spectacular fashion by Bobby Fong’s maiden MotoAmerica HONOS Superbike class victory. In addition, Altus Motorsports’ Cameron Petersen and Roadracing World Young Guns Rocco Landers both grabbed impressive victories over the weekend on their Team Hammer built Suzuki machines; Petersen won the Stock 1000 on his Suzuki GSX-R1000 while Landers took the Twins Cup win on his Suzuki SV650. The 2019 MotoAmerica Supersport champion built upon the impressive pace he flashed aboard his M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the opener and translated it into a highlight packed follow-up weekend. On Saturday, Fong qualified second for the twin premier-class finals and raced to an unchallenged second. He took another step forward on Sunday, ultimately rewarding the team with a victory. “It’s been a pleasure riding for M4 ECSTAR Suzuki,” said Fong. “They gave me an opportunity to ride this Superbike and showcase my talents and show what I can do against the big boys and now it’s paying off. We’ve just got to keep the ball rolling.”   Toni Elias (24) during Race 2 at Road America. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.   Teammate Toni Elias endured another eventful weekend, but it was a big step up from his zero-points opener. The 2017 MotoAmerica Superbike champion appeared to have taken a podium position in Saturday’s Superbike Race 1, but was later assessed to have overtaken under yellow-flag conditions on the final lap. As a result, he was docked a position and awarded fourth in the official results. On Sunday, the Spainard was again in podium contention before being knocked off his machine by another rider. Elias remounted and raced his way to a hard-earned seventh.   Cameron Petersen (45) takes the Stock 1000 win on his Suzuki GSX-R1000. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. In addition, Petersen, who rides for Suzuki’s dealer effort Altus Motorsports, clinched a win on his Team Hammer built Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the Stock 1000 class. Petersen showed good pace on the high-speed Road America track and is eager to add to his points standings.   Rocco Landers (97) displays impressive speed at Road America on his Suzuki SV650. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. Landers grabbed his first Twins Cup victory on Sunday aboard the Roadracing World Young Guns/ Suzuki SV650 built by Team Hammer after topping qualifying with a new class record lap of 2:27.452. Landers is looking forward to adding another win to his young career throughout the season.   Sean Dylan Kelly (40) grabs a podium finish in Race 1 and 2 on his Suzuki GSX-R600. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. Sean Dylan Kelly, who earned the team’s sole podium result in the opener, stepped his game up in the MotoAmerica Supersport class. ‘SDK’ took full advantage of the capabilities of his M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R600 to secure the first pole position of his MotoAmerica career. He then backed that up with a pair of runner-up results, each one a step closer to the win than the last. “It was a fun race,” said Kelly. “We definitely showed a lot of fight and had some nice passes for the lead. We’re taking it race by race, but at the end of the day, we want the championship and that means taking as many points as possible.”   Lucas Silva (23) logged a solid seventh-place finish on his Suzuki GSX-R600 in Race 1. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. Supersport teammate Lucas Silva remained steady, notching up seventh- and eighth-place finishes on the weekend.   Alex Dumas (16) finishes within the top-five in the Stock 1000 class. Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. Alex Dumas made huge strides of his own in his second weekend in the Stock 1000 category after previously winning national titles in the Junior Cup and Twins Cup classes. After both qualifying and finishing seventh in his literbike debut, the French Canadian qualified fifth and finished fourth in his second go on the M4 ECSTAR Suzuki GSX-R1000, battling for the podium throughout. Suzuki and its riders will look to capitalize on its renewed momentum when the series resumes for Round 3 at Road Atlanta on July 31-August 2.       More, from a press release issued by Hayden Schultz Racing: Hayden Schultz Emerges On Top of Battle Royale for Final Podium Spot. Hayden Schultz (259). Photo courtesy of Hayden Schultz Racing. Hayden Schultz returned to the MotoAmerica Podium for the first time in 5 Years at Road America. The last spot for the podium was decided after a thrilling battle that saw up to 6 riders swapping positions over the 8 lap race. In the end it was Schultz that came out on top after a draft pass to the finish line. After a first round that saw the team resort to a stock motor for the races after a technical issue, a trip to the podium was helpful in jumpstarting the teams 2020 campaign. Schultz said “I’m excited to see all the hard work from my team and myself start to show some results. After such a great battle with a group of fast guys it feels incredible to come out with a podium. I had a plan for the last lap and thought it was out the door after nearly highsiding coming out of turn 5. Thankfully, I was able to battle back and put myself in the position I wanted to be in. Coming out of the last corner I felt good about the drive and knew we had a shot and getting into 3rd by the line. I’m so happy for my team. Gene Burcham, Ron “Dink” Glidden, Gary Jeffries, and Michael Burcham have been putting in countless hours back at the shop and my program and this result would not have been possible without them. This is only my fourth time on a road race bike in the last 2 years and the second time on this race bike so I know we can improve and close the gap to the very front. I’m ready to get to some more technical tracks where I think we can do better and fight for wins.” The team is headed back to the race shop to make more progress with the race bike and get ready for the next round at Road Atlanta where they will be joined by a second rider. Hayden Schultz Racing would like to thank their sponsors that make the season possible: Brittenum Construction, Law Tigers, Dreyer Motorsports, Robem Engineering, Glidden Racing, aRacer USA, Wossner Pistons, Full Spectrum Power, 6D Helmets, RS Taichi USA, Moto Liberty, Blud Lubricants, Ohlins USA, Gene Burcham, Gary Jeffries, Shundi Self-Storage  

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Alex Rins immagina il primo GP senza spettatori con una bella immagine

"Possiamo promettere solo una cosa. Vi daremo le migliori gare di sempre per chi rimane a casa! Tifosi, ci mancherete in pista!"

World Superbike: Van Der Mark Leaving Yamaha At End Of 2020 Season

RoadRacing World - Tue, 2020-06-30 15:58
Yamaha and Van der Mark to Part Company at Conclusion of 2020 WorldSBK Season Yamaha and Michael van der Mark will part ways at the end of the 2020 FIM Superbike World Championship season, with the 27-year-old Dutch rider opting to take on a new challenge in 2021. Van der Mark’s departure brings to a close a four-year partnership that has so far brought three WorldSBK race wins and two victories at the prestigious Suzuka 8 Hour race. Van der Mark joined the Pata Yamaha WorldSBK Official Team in 2017 and twice finished on the podium during his debut season. The following year saw the Dutch rider secure his first WorldSBK race win, and Yamaha’s first since returning to the championship in 2016, with victory in Race 1 at Donington Park. Van der Mark doubled up with a win in the following day’s Race 2 and, with eight additional podium finishes over the course of the season, ended the year third in the championship standings. The former FIM Supersport World Champion added to his win tally in 2019 with victory in Race 2 at Jerez but was sidelined by injury in the following round at Misano following a crash in free practice. Despite missing out at Misano and riding injured at the following two rounds, Van der Mark racked up eight podium finishes in 2019 to end the season fourth in the championship standings. The Pata Yamaha rider was a contender for the win in all three races at the opening round of the 2020 season in Australia but was unfortunate to miss out on the chance to add to his podium tally. Since the Phillip Island round, racing has been suspended due the coronavirus pandemic, but Van der Mark will return to action next month, with the WorldSBK season set to resume with back-to-back races in Jerez and Portimão. Both Yamaha and Van der Mark head into the rescheduled 2020 season determined to end their successful four-year collaboration on a high note, by battling for race wins and, ultimately, challenging for the World Championship title.

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MotoGP Gossip: 'After 3-mins Casey had set the best lap time…'

Crash.Net MotoGP News - Tue, 2020-06-30 14:36
Lucio Cecchinelli recalls how Casey Stoner's late arrival for his second MotoGP event would illustrate his natural talent.
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Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha): Anti-Márquez? «Mag ich»

Speedweek, German Language MotoGP News - Tue, 2020-06-30 14:21
Mit einer großen Portion Selbstvertrauen im Gepäck startet Fabio Quartararo in seine zweite MotoGP-Saison. Er will Marc Márquez unter Druck setzen und vertraut dabei auf seine dazugewonnene Erfahrung.
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Suzuki V-STROM Tour 2020: sabato 4 luglio tra Piemonte e Lombardia

Continua il V-Strom Tour, che sabato tocca tre diverse località del Nord Italia: Cuno, Milano e Brescia

Dosoli: “La Yamaha non si aspettava l’addio di van der Mark”

ESCLUSIVA - “Abbiamo fatto di tutto pur di trattenerlo, ma lui ha voluto altro. Il sostituto? Sykes non è male, ma la priorità sarà data ai piloti già in casa”

Franco Uncini: Bei Corona-Fall nicht alles stoppen

Speedweek, German Language MotoGP News - Tue, 2020-06-30 12:41
Die Verantwortlichen haben lange getüftelt, um ein Sicherheitskonzept auf den Weg zu bringen. Sollte sich trotzdem jemand mit dem Coronavirus infizieren, soll das Wochenende fortgesetzt werden.
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Dainese: è arrivata la nuova collezione VR46

Lo stile inconfondibile del Dottore si unisce alla tecnologia e al design Dainese in un'esclusiva collezione per ogni utilizzo: dalla pista, alla strada, al tempo libero


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