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  • Espargaro to test arm at Mugello

    After going under the knife to fix an arm pump problem last week, Pol Espargaro has begun preparing for the Gran Premio d'Italia this weekend.

  • Giugliano blames rear tyre for woe

    Aruba.it Ducati rider Davide Giugliano has attributed his less than impressive results at Donington Park on Sunday to a lack of rear wheel grip.

  • Hard work pays off for Perez

    It wasn't a headline-grabbing display, but Sergio Perez is delighted that his "straightforward" race yielded some very good points for Force India...

  • Arrivabene: We were smarter than Merc

    Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene believes Mercedes' overconfidence cost Lewis Hamilton victory at the Monaco Grand Prix...

  • Haslam 'fairly pleased'

    He may have missed out on podium finishes at Donington Park, but Leon Haslam is happy with his efforts considering his condition.

  • Massa: Max's driving pretty dangerous

    Felipe Massa believes Max Verstappen was "lucky" he didn't pick up a serious injury following his collision with Romain Grosjean in Monaco...

  • Rosberg 'didn't consider' pitting

    Nico Rosberg was "very surprised" when Lewis Hamilton pitted for a second time in Monaco but says he still believed his team-mate would win...

  • Smedley: Was always going to be tough

    Rob Smedley admits Williams were "nowhere near" where they should have been in the Monaco GP, their first 2015 race outside the points...

  • Rea: It was like riding on ice

    Kawasaki rider Jonathan Rea was at a loss of words to explain why his rear tyre gave him a lot of trouble during the second race at Donington Park on Sunday.

  • Lauda: Unacceptable

    Not one to mince his words, Niki Lauda says Mercedes made the "completely wrong" call in pitting Lewis Hamilton in Monaco...

  • Seven things we learnt from the Monaco GP

    The Formula 1 roadshow paid Monaco a visit last week, and a number of talking points emerged from the stint in the Principality.

  • Red Bull 'not thinking of leaving'

    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has eased fears that the team are looking to exit Formula 1.

  • Superbikes lacking true characters

    World Superbikes visited Donington Park this weekend for round six of the season and we take a look back at the action.

  • Sykes: A perfect weekend

    Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes says that he has 'turned the corner' with his bike and feels optimistic for the rest of the World Superbike season after his double win at Donington Park on Sunday.

  • Davies: Kawasaki in a different league

    World Superbike Dukati rider Chaz Davies, who finished third in both races at Donington Park, says there was nothing he could do against Kawasaki's domination on Sunday.

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