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Normal service resumed - after another Silverstone stunner

They say lightning never strikes twice in the same place, but try telling that to the 67,500 fans who watched history repeat itself with Silverstone’s second successive titanic struggle between Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo. The difference from 2013 was that Marquez came out on top, but the Honda man had to catch and pass Lorenzo’s Yamaha not once but twice in the second half of the 20-lap race to earn his 11th win of the season. Marquez is the first rider to reach that number of wins in a season since Valentino Rossi in 2005.

Whose turn to upset the Marquez apple-cart this time?

Round 12 of 2014 takes the riders from the wooded hills of the Czech Republic to the flat, wide-open and windswept spaces of Silverstone in Northamptonshire.

Brno last time out finally ended Marc Marquez’s run of 10 wins with victory at Brno last time out: can the Spaniard – second at Silverstone last year – bounce back? One way or another, one or all of the three ‘veterans’ chasing him will make his own mark on the British race.

Kate Peck named 2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix Ambassador

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Kate Peck has been announced today as the event ambassador for the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix at Phillip Island 17 – 19 October.

The Melbourne model and TV personality is no stranger to motorcycle leathers with a genuine passion for two wheels. The self-taught rider started out on her brother’s dirt bike as a kid before graduating to the roads, this has led to motorcycle adventure holidays through Sri Lanka, South Africa and Mexico.

Lorenzo eyeing Island repeat after last year's 'crazy' win

Keeping Track: Official Podcast of the Australian Grand Prix

Two-time World Champion Jorge Lorenzo believes he can win the 2014 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, despite not tasting victory so far this season.

Last year’s event winner is confident in his ability, particularly after dominating the 2013 race, which he describes as one of the most chaotic MotoGP™ races of his career.

Hands Up If You Want To Win...


1. Dani Pedrosa Repsol Honda 42m 47.800s (av. 166.6 km/h)
2. Jorge Lorenzo Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 0.410s
3. Valentino Rossi Movistar Yamaha MotoGP 5.259s

Pole Position

Marc Marquez • Repsol Honda 1:55.585 = 168.2 km/h

Fastest lap (record)

Dani Pedrosa 1:56.027 = 167.6 km/h

Championship top 3

Marquez 263 points • Pedrosa 186 points• Rossi 173 points

10 Down, Eight To Go...Can Anyone Derail The Marquez Express?

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The 2014 Grand Prix of the Czech Republic
Round 11 of 18 to be held in 13 countries this year


Brno, Czech Republic


August 15 – 17

Qualifying: Saturday M3 20:35 – M2 23:05 – MGP 22:10

Race starts: Sunday M3 19:00 – M2 20:20 – MGP 22:00

Track records:

1:56.135 = 167.4 km/h, Marc Marquez (Honda) 2013

2:02.605 = 158.6 km/h, Johann Zarco (Suter) 2013

2014 United States Grand Prix - Preview

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The 2014 United States Grand Prix

Round 10 of 18 to be held in 13 countries this year


Indianapolis, Indiana


August 8 – 10

Qualifying • SUNDAY 02:35 – 04:10 (MotoGP) – 05:05

Race starts • MONDAY M3 01:00 – M2 02:20 – MGP 04:00

Track records:

MotoGP: 1:39.044 = 153.2 km/h, Marc Marquez (Honda) 2013

Moto2: 1:43.304 = 146.9 km/h, Marc Marquez (Suter) 2012

MotoGP™ returns to action at updated IMS

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The MotoGP™ World Championship returns to action after a summer break this coming weekend, with the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix marking Round 10 of the 2014 season.

This will be the seventh successive year that MotoGP has visited the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway venue and since last season some modifications have taken place. The IMS MotoGP layout has been redesigned to create a 16-turn, 2.591-mile (4.170-kilometre) circuit with exciting new turn configurations and braking zones, creating more passing opportunities.


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