There will be some changes in MotoGP for the upcoming season.
This weekend marks the end of an era in MotoGP, the world motorcycle championship sanctioned by the Federation Internationale du Motorcycle (FIM) and marketed by Dorna Sports
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Not only did team leader Matt Smith earn his fourth NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcycle championship, but one of his teammates, wife Angie Smith earned her second PSM Wally winner’s trophy and joined the 200mph club, while Scotty Pollacheck hit 200 and earned his first-class victory at the most sacred race of all: the U.S. Nationals.
Three-time NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcycle (PSM) champion Angelle Sampey will return to her Suzuki roots when the racing season kicks off at the 52nd annual Amalie Motor Oil Gatornationals this March 12-14.
One of NHRA’s most flamboyant professional competitors has died. Shawn Gann, a five-time winner in the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series’ Pro Stock Motorcycle class passed on May 16th,
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Thursday it appeared that shows would go on in the racing world, albeit without fans around to watch the action in person.
Yamaha Factory Racing sent out two press releases on the 29th of January, changing the face of its MotoGP team.
The Vance & Hines Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson team has, over the past few years, had a third rider on their Pro Stock Motorcycle squad. Last year, they selected three-time category champion Angelle Sampey.