People the world over like racing. If it moves, somebody’s probably tried to make it move faster than everybody else. Motorcycles, of course, are seemingly made for racing and we couldn’t be happier about it. If you want to see how the best two-wheel racers in the world are doing in the top series across the globe, this is the place.
With Marc Marquez relentlessly closing in on the 2014 MotoGP championship, attention is turning toward the 2015 grid.
One of the clichés in sports is that combatants need to have short memories,
Okay, so Repsol Honda pilot Marc Marquez won’t run the table in 2014. And that’s not a bad thing.
Marc Marquez’s winning streak is finally over, as the young phenom looked less than invincible at Brno.
The idea that one rider could sweep an entire season has been widely dismissed for the last 40 years.
The reconfigured IMS track seemed to favor the Yamahas, but that didn’t matter to Marc Marquez.
The 2014 MotoGP season heads for the back nine, beginning at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Sachsenring had a bizarre nine-bike grid, with 14 bikes crowded into pit lane like Walmart shoppers on Black Friday.
There exists no credible reason to believe the top two steps of the podium will not be draped in Repsol orange.
When the rain and smoke cleared, Repsol Honda sophomore Marc Marquez had made it 8-for-8 in 2014.
Repsol Honda God-child Marc Marquez leads the MotoGP grid to the Cathedral of racing, Assen.
The TT racing at the Isle of Man is one those rare events that you have to see to believe.
Marc Marquez engaged in a two-wheeled form of hand-to-hand combat with Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa for win #7.
Round 7 of the 2014 MotoGP season thunders into northeastern Spain, home to the historic Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and, as luck would have