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Scott Jones Shoots Silverstone - Rainy Race Day


In the wet, there was only ever going to be one winner from this battle


Clear visors make watching motorcycle racing in the rain even more interesting


Smoke, steam, or spray? You choose

Scott Jones Shoots Silverstone - Saturday Qualifying


Bradl The Brilliant Bavarian. Pretty good on an Aprilia too.


Bradley Smith. The sixth best motorcycle racer in the world, at the moment


Speed. Andrea Iannone in motion

2015 Silverstone MotoGP Post-Race Press Releases

Press Releases from the teams, Bridgestone and others after Sunday's soaked MotoGP race:

Round Number: 
12
Year: 
2015

2015 Silverstone MotoGP Post-Qualifying Press Releases

Press releases after qualifying at Silverstone:

Repsol Honda duo on first row with Marquez taking record breaking pole

Marc Marquez has racked up his sixth pole position of the season with teammate, Dani Pedrosa, clinching third.

It was a good day for the Repsol Honda team at Silverstone today, with both riders qualifying in the top three. Marc set the pace early in the qualifying session while Dani, who paced second fastest for much of the session, finished with the third fastest time.

The reigning MotoGP World Champion made his intentions clear from his first exit, taking the lead with a time of 2’00.564. During his second and final outing, Marc lowered his time to stop the clock at 2’00.234, a record breaking pole position time which he previously set in 2013 (2’00.691), which surpassed Jorge Lorenzo who qualified second by almost three tenths. This is Marc’s 28th pole in the MotoGP class, the only Spanish rider with more poles in the premier-class is Lorenzo with 31.

Dani joins his teammate on the front row in the third position, after being overtaken by Lorenzo in the closing stages of the session. The Respol Honda rider was less than two tenths off of the second position and less than half of a second off pole with his time of 2’00.716.

Round Number: 
12
Year: 
2015

2015 Silverstone MotoGP Friday Press Releases

Press releases from the teams and Bridgestone after the first day of practice at Silverstone:

Round Number: 
12
Year: 
2015

2015 Silverstone MotoGP Preview Press Releases

Press release previews from the MotoGP teams and more:

Round Number: 
12
Year: 
2015

The Massive Silly Season Update: Redding vs Kent At Pramac, Honda's Musical Chairs, Moto2 And Much More

Brno was a busy time for teams, managers and riders. Apart from dealing with jet lag and the sweltering heat, silly season kicked off in force at the Czech round of MotoGP. The summer break and the chaos which ensued from the situation around the Forward Racing team put everything on hold over the summer, with tentative talks starting at Indianapolis. Those talks, and events outside the paddock, helped clarify the situation, and at Brno talks began in earnest. The empty spaces on the MotoGP grid are starting to be filled.

The weekend kicked off with the fairly sensational news that Danny Kent was talking to Pramac Ducati about a ride in MotoGP, going straight from Moto3 and skipping Moto2. The deal on the table would be a three-year deal with support from the factory, racing a GP15 alongside Danilo Petrucci. It was an offer Kent was giving very serious consideration, and expected to think about in the run up to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Given that Octo is the title sponsor of the Silverstone round, and also the sponsor of the Pramac Ducati team, announcing a British rider at the British GP would be a sponsor's dream.

Signing Kent has not come out of the blue. The Moto3 championship leader has made it clear he will not be back in Moto3 next year, whatever happens. Kent has options in Moto2, most notably with his current Kiefer team, who run on the Leopard Racing banner. Kiefer are set to move up to Moto2 in 2016, and are keen to retain the services of Kent. But Kent sees 2016 would be an ideal moment to make the jump to MotoGP, given the technical changes which are coming next season. Michelin tires, as the biggest change, will mean a much more level playing field, as everyone in MotoGP, veteran and rookie, will have to work to figure out how to get the most out of them. The more rear-biased style, using the extra grip of the rear to carry more corner speed, may also help a rookie coming up from Moto3. Ducati certainly think the switch might work, Davide Tardozzi telling me at Brno "this is not something we thought up last night, we have been thinking about this for a while."

Czeching In With Scott Jones: Race Day At Brno


Marquez stalked, but Lorenzo was not for stalking


Niccolo Antonelli. Yes, he does a bit.


Rossi finally qualified on the front row at Brno. It didn't help him much

2015 Brno MotoGP Post-Race Press Releases

Press releases after the MotoGP race at Brno:

Round Number: 
11
Year: 
2015

Czeching In With Scott Jones: Saturday From Brno


Valentino Rossi is always fast on Sunday. This time, he was fast on Saturday too


Fast at Brno? A sign of the work Honda has done to solve the RC213V's problems


Fast, bumpy and hot. The Brno track caused problems for many, including Pol Espargaro

2015 Brno MotoGP Post-Qualifying Press Releases

Press releases from the teams, Bridgestone and sponsors after qualifying at Brno:

Round Number: 
11
Year: 
2015

Czeching In With Scott Jones: Friday From Brno


Could Jorge Lorenzo be King of Brno on Sunday?


Marc Marquez is determined to stand in his way


The aftermath...

2015 Brno MotoGP Friday Post-Practice Press Releases

Press releases from the MotoGP teams after practice at Brno:

Round Number: 
11
Year: 
2015

2015 Brno MotoGP Preview Press Releases

Various press releases ahead of this weekend's Czech Grand Prix at Brno:

Round Number: 
11
Year: 
2015

2015 Indianapolis MotoGP Post-Race Press Releases

Press releases from the MotoGP teams, Bridgestone and the circuit after the race at Indianapolis:

Round Number: 
10
Year: 
2015
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