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Acerbis Spanish Round to host two main WorldSSP300 races
After the unfortunate cancellation of the FIM Supersport 300 World Championship race during the Pirelli Italian Round at the Autodromo di Imola, the afternoon of Sunday, May 12th, Dorna WSBK Organization, after holding conversations with the FIM and WorldSSP300 teams, has opted to maintain a 9-race calendar for the... Read more
NOT the MotoGP News: Jerez
Welcome to NOT The MotoGP News – our blog by Guy Anderson. Oh – and when you’re done, make sure to go follow Guy on Twitter – @SirGuyGuisborne Well hello Europe. Here in the bunker news reaches us that the Circus d’Egos has reached its spiritual home – Spain!... Read more
Tyre problems for Vicente Pérez in Spain
The Valencian rider, Vicente Pérez left from the 29th position motivated after an incredible Warm Up placing 6th in the morning training. With the satisfaction of a job well done and with options to improve the result of the qualifiers in the race, Vicente began the race ready to... Read more
Tito Rabat manages to save a point in the GP of Spain
The Spanish Grand Prix in Jerez leaves the Reale Avintia pilots with honey on their lips again. Despite the fact that Tito Rabat has managed to enter the area of ​​points remaining 15th, his partner Karel Abraham has returned to stay at the doors, entering behind Rabat The Spanish Grand... Read more
Maverick Vinales in third place at the Spanish GP
Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP‘s Maverick Viñales and Valentino Rossi held firm in today‘s hot Gran Premio de España. A good start by Viñales and great pace in the final stages were key to him taking a well-deserved third place, which moves him up six places in the championship standings. Viñales... Read more
Points earned for Pol Espargaro in Spanish Grand Prix
Warm sunshine bathed the fourth round of MotoGP at the Circuit de Jerez-Angel Nieto and the first fixture of the series in Europe. In front of a large crowd and busy paddock, the Red Bull KTM quartet tackled a resurfaced, grippy Spanish layout, and were slightly handicapped by qualification... Read more
Aleix Espargaró finishes 11th in Jerez
It was an outstanding race for Aleix Espargaró in Jerez de la Frontera. Starting from the sixth row, the Spaniard moved up no less than four positions during the first lap. His pace, particularly in the second stage of the race, was consistently in the 38.5s and perfectly in... Read more
Jorge Navarro takes second place in Jerez
HDR Heidrun Speed ​​Up team’s rider Jorge Navarro put his heart and soul into today’s race by taking second place. Two starts for the race due to a dramatic crash of multiple riders at the start, but without serious consequences. The riders immediately returned to the pits after the “red... Read more
Spanish GP, Jerez – Raceday roundup: MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3
MotoGP Marc Marquez (Repsol Honda Team) has taken a home win in the Gran Premio Red Bull de España, putting in a flawless performance to make some amends for his crash out the lead in Texas – and taking back the Championship lead. Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar), despite a... Read more
Alex Rins on the Jerez podium with 2nd place finish, DNF for Joan Mir
Some 75,000 Spanish fans filled the Circuito de Jerez – Angel Nieto to witness the 300th race of the modern-day MotoGP era. Alex Rins and Joan Mir had work to do from their 9th and 12th place grid spots, but both enjoyed good starts. Alex Rins began fighting for... Read more