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  • Laverty: Aprilia decision 'sensible'

    Michael Laverty admits it "would have been nice" to compete at Indianapolis, but concedes the Gresini-backed Aprilia team's decision to hand the seat to Stefan Bradl was a "sensible move".

  • Honda closing on 700 wins

    Japanese manufacturers Honda are just two victories away from reaching the magical 700 mark across all classes of grand prix racing.

  • Bradl teams up with Aprilia

    Stefan Bradl will turn out for Aprilia Racing Team Gresini for the remainder of the 2015 MotoGP season.

  • Bradl leaves Forward Racing

    Stefan Bradl is a free agent after terminating his contract with the troubled Forward Racing team.

  • Honda apologise to Stoner

    Honda Racing have apologised to Casey Stoner for the throttle malfunction which caused the former MotoGP world champion to crash at the Suzuka 8 Hours.

  • Forward Racing to miss Indy visit

    The Forward Racing team will not take part in next week's MotoGP race at Indianapolis following the arrest of team boss Giovanni Cuzari.

  • Espargaro ecstatic after Suzuka win

    Pol Espargaro, who was part of the Yamaha Team that won the 2015 Suzuka Eight-Hours in Japan on Sunday, was ecstatic after winning.

  • Watch Casey Stoner crash

    Former world MotoGP champion Casey Stoner was injured in a spectacular crash at the 2015 Suzuka Eight-Hours in Japan on Sunday.

  • Stoner: Barriers harder than they look

    Honda rider Casey Stoner was given a nasty surprise when he discovered first hand that the crash barriers at Suzuka were harder than he had thought after a big crash in the Suzuka 8-hours endurance race.

  • Yamaha win Suzuka 8 Hours event

    Team Yamaha riders Pol Espargaro, Bradley Smith and Katsuyuki Nakasuga won the Suzuka 8 Hours race on Sunday.

  • Stoner in horror crash

    Former MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner broke his leg and arm when he crashed after his throttle stuck on his first stint in the 2015 Suzuka Eight-Hours.

  • Espargaro puts Yamaha on top

    Yamaha Factory Racing Team rider Pol Espargaro was quickest in Thursday's first practice sessions for the Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race.

  • Dall'Igna still happy with performance

    Ducati general manager Gigi Dall'Igna feels that his MotoGP team have lost a bit of confidence after disappointing results recently.

  • Iannone's injury flares up

    Ducati's Andrea Iannone was forced to bring a premature end to his testing run on Thursday due to lingering effects of a shoulder injury.

  • Honda duo test 2016 prototype

    Repsol Honda riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa switched focus at their test at Misano on Thursday as they sampled the manufacturer's prototype 2016 MotoGP bike.

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