2011 Sachsenring MotoGP
As the 2011 MotoGP Championship heads this weekend to Sachsenring for the Germany GP, one motorcycle pilot has more wins than all the others – Ducati Team’s Valentino Rossi. And it’ll be a special race for Rossi, considering he’ll be starting his 250th career GP race.
This weekend’s round at Sachsenring in Germany will end the first half of 2011 MotoGP Championship.
Heading into Round 9, Repsol Honda’s Casey Stoner has a 19-point lead over Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo.
After a week’s break since the Italian Grand Prix, MotoGP gets underway again in Germany on July 17 with the first of a back-to-back pairing of races that marks the end of the busiest period of the season with six races in eight weeks.
2011 FIM Motocross
The FIM Motocross World Championship travels this weekend to Teutschenthal, Germany, where it will take place ninth round of the season. Antonio Cairoli arrives as the new leader of the Motocross MX1 class and Ken Roczen is looking forward to handing an overall win to his home fans and keep the leadership of the MX2 series.
2011 BMW May Sales
For the fifth consecutive month, BMW Motorrad has reported positive motorcycle sales figures.
In May, BMW Motorrad global sales rose by 3.5 percent to total of 12,568 motorcycles over the same month last year; worldwide a total of 48.749 BMW motorcycles were delivered to customers in the year to the end of May 2011.
2011 AMA WMX
In addition to the season premiere of both men’s classes (450, 250) in the 2011 Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship, the Motorcylce-Superstore.com Women’s Motocross Championship (WMX) also began.
BMW Motorcycle Event
On July 1-3, Garmisch-Partenkirchen will again be firmly in the hands of BMW Motorrad, Husqvarna Motorcycles (the second motorcycle brand of the BMW Group), and their international fan community.
This weekend will again see over 30,000 guests converge here from all over the world to celebrate the eleventh BMW Motorrad Days.
2011 Freestyle Motocross
On May 14, 2011, freestyle fans around the world will be avidly following events in Hamburg. After an absence of three years, NIGHT of the JUMPs returns to the North German metropolis with the most extreme of all freestyle motocross competitions.