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2016 Qatar Moto2 & Moto3 Test Friday Press Releases

Press releases from the Moto2 and Moto3 teams after the first day of the final preseason test at Qatar:


Red Bull KTM Ajo kick off final preseason test in Qatar

Brad Binder and Bo Bendsneyder successfully complete first of three nights of testing in Qatar, setting the eighth and tenth fastest times, respectively.

03/11/2016 - Losail International Circuit

MotoGP Tech Director Finds No Breach of Moto3 Rev Limits by Honda in 2015

MotoGP's Technical Director has rejected KTM's claim that Honda exceeded the official Moto3 rev limit during the 2015 season. In an official statement issued today, Danny Aldridge said that he and his technical team had examined the official rev limiter used in Moto3 and verified that it was operating correctly, and that although there had been overshoots of the rev limit, these were very small and very brief. 

2016 Chang Thailand WSBK Friday Post Practice Press Releases

Press releases from the organizers and the teams after the first day of practice for the Thai round of World Superbikes at the Chang circuit:


WorldSBK: Van Der Mark tops Thai Friday

Dutch Honda rider leads the sprint to Superpole in Buriram

A fastest lap of 1'34.770 saw Honda WorldSBK Team's Michael Van Der Mark go quickest on the first day of the MOTUL Thai Round at Chang International Circuit in Buriram. Second fastest was Pata Yamaha's Sylvain Guintoli, followed by Althea BMW rider Jordi Torres completing the top three.

The Monster 2016 MotoGP Silly Season Primer, Part 3: Suzuki, KTM, Aprilia, and Moto2 Prospects

While the eyes of the world will be on Yamaha, Honda, and Ducati as far as MotoGP's Silly Season is concerned, the three remaining manufacturers in MotoGP will play an integral part in how this all plays out. What happens at Suzuki and KTM is crucial to how things play out at Honda and Ducati, especially, while Aprilia will also have a role to play, albeit a lesser one. As I wrote in part one of this Silly Season primer, this year's set of contract negotiations look a lot more like musical chairs than anything else.

2016 Chang Thailand World Superbike Preview Press Releases

Press release previews from the WSBK and WSS teams, as well as the organizers, ahead of this weekend's Thai round of World Superbikes:


WorldSBK: Chance for Change at Chang International Circuit?

Next is the MOTUL Thai Round, with Buriram the scene of Rea’s first double win last year

World Superbikes: Looking Back at Phillip Island, Forward to Thailand

The second round of the World Superbike Championship will take place this weekend in Thailand, and while Jonathan Rea has started the year in terrific form there's plenty of reason for optimism along the pit lane. Thailand will offer a true indication of what to expect this year in WorldSBK, and while it's unlikely we'll see the same number of bikes fighting for the win, it's likely that the scrap at the front will be just as competitive.

Rea still the man to beat in WorldSBK

The Monster 2016 MotoGP Silly Season Primer, Part 1: Yamaha's Riches, Honda's Dilemma

The 2016 MotoGP season hasn't even got underway yet, and there is already so much to talk about. New bikes, new tires, new electronics: viewed from this point in the season, the championship is both wide open and highly unpredictable. Testing has given us a guide, but it was clear from the three preseason tests that much will change throughout 2016, with the balance of power changing from track to track, and as Michelin bring different tires to different circuits.

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