The MotoGP has a big weekend planned for its return to the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix. The U.S. market is one of the best venues of the season and is very important to Ducati, with the twelve event of the season being the home race for their American star Nicky Hayden. Hayden was riding for Honda last year when he finished second on the podium in a competition was that was affected by the winds of a hurricane near the Brickyard. The 2006 MotoGP World Champion is going to be happy to make it home after an eleven race …read more
The MotoGP will pull its road-show into the beauty and danger of Mazda Raceway Seca Laguna this weekend for the running of one of the most highly anticipated and entertaining races of the MotoGP calendar, the Red Bull US Grand Prix. The MotoGP history of the Mazda Raceway Seca Laguna began anew in 2005, after a decade-long absence the MotoGP finally came back to the United States, and since that time it has hosted some of the most entertaining and energy filled competitions on the MotoGP calendar.
Part of the history of the MotoGP and Laguna Seca are actually written in …read more
In about 2 days and thirty minutes from the moment I’m writing this entry, the 2009 MotoGP season will kick into gear as the start flag falls over the line of the Commercialbank Grand Prix of Qatar on the track at Losail. Casey Stoner returns to the race grid this weekend at a venue he was a history of success on, he’s won the prestigious race in the Arab emirate twice before, and is probably glad to be starting the 2009 MotoGP season on a track he knows well and has won on before.
Casey is probably feeling pretty good heading …read more