Vroom Magazine - MotoGP WorldSBK CEV Repsol
Another postseason interview with Alvaro has just been published by soymotero.net. They sat down with Alvaro after his visit to the Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos in Toledo earlier this month (we reported) and tried to get a little preview for next season. Let’s risk a look into the future. Alvaro, after... Read more
Duke Video has released three superb DVDs in the UK in time for Christmas, and you can order yours before the festive period. MotoGP Review 2009 charts the premier class season in which Valentino Rossi won his ninth World Championship title. The official and definitive review of the full campaign... Read more
Valencia provided the setting for Capcom to present the MotoGP 09/10 game as Aleix Espargaró and Mike Kallio tested their skills on the virtual version of their bikes. Trying the game out for the first time the duo pitted their wits against one another, as they took a look at... Read more
There was a brilliant end to the CEV Buckler 2009 at the Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana, where Alberto Moncayo and Carmelo Morales were crowned Spanish 125GP and Extreme Champions respectively. The victory of the Cadiz rider in the eighth-litre category was filled with tension in a race won by... Read more
Hiroshi Aoyama was crowned 250cc 2009 World Champion after taking seventh position at the Gran Premio Generali de la Comunitat Valenciana on Sunday, following an eventful race which ended with Héctor Barberá (Pepe World Team) winning the last-ever quarter-litre Grand Prix in front of his home crowd. Álvaro Bautista (Mapfre... Read more
Well, that’s basically it for this year. Alvaro’s title hopes ended this morning in the Sepang gravel, and even though he’ll surely be longing to deliver a win at Valencia to his fans it’s going to be little comfort in a season that had promised so much. Whilst many of... Read more
Lap times were incredibly close for the 250cc class again today, with the top eleven separated by just a second in this afternoon’s single qualifying practice for Malaysian Grand Prix. It made for an exciting session in which pole position wasn’t decided until the very last moment, with slipstreams... Read more
The 250cc riders took to the Sepang Circuit in searing heat late this afternoon as the Malaysian Grand Prix got underway in typically tricky conditions. An unusual session saw a variety of different riders take their turn at the top of the time sheets before series leader Hiroshi Aoyama... Read more
Pos | Rider | Bike | Time/Gap 1. Marco Simoncelli Gilera 28m17.403s 2. Hector Barbera Aprilia + 2.434s 3. Raffaele De Rosa Honda ... Read more
Pos | Rider | Bike | Time | Gap 1. Raffaele de Rosa Honda 1m33.389s 2. Marco Simoncelli Gilera 1m33.614s + 0.225 3. Hiroshi Aoyama ... Read more