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Pedrosa hails best Phillip Island MotoGP result


Dani Pedrsoa has never excelled at Philip Island, the Spaniard has one victory in the 250cc class to his name, and the Spaniard was thrilled to have a career best day in MotoGP at the Australian circuit. Pedrosa finished second, … Continue reading

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Rossi celebrates first flag-to-flag podium


Valentino Rossi converted a front row start into his sixth podium of the 2013 season at the shortened Australian Grand Prix. The race became a 19 lap dash with mandated pitstops at half distance because of severe tyre blistering due … Continue reading

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No alternative to flag to flag for race direction


The decision to run the Australian Grand Prix as a flag to flag was fuelled by badly blistering Bridgestone tyres failing to adapt to the new track surface and hotter than expected conditions at Philip Island. Throughout the weekend once … Continue reading

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Pitlane start “a possibility” for Hayden


An engine failure at the Malaysian Grand Prix has put Nicky Hayden in a difficult position for the remaining races of 2013. Having planned on using that engine for the remaining three races the Ducati rider now has to evaluate … Continue reading

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Engine woes for Nicky Hayden could force pitlane start


An engine failure at the Malaysian Grand Prix has left Nicky Hayden in a perilous position for the remainder of the 2013 season. The American, who had switched to his freshest engine for today’s race, retired on lap eight with … Continue reading

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