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2018 Austin MotoGP Qualifying: Yamaha's Maverick Vinales

2018 Austin MotoGP Qualifying: Marquez Penalized; Vinales on Pole

Marc Marquez was hoping to claim a sixth-straight win from pole at Circuit of the Americas, and though he crashed at turn 13 during the second 15-minute qualifying session, he was able to claim pole. But it didn't last long. He was penalized, and Maverick Vinales will start on pole.
2018 Austin MotoGP Friday Results: Suzuki's Andrea Iannone

2018 Austin MotoGP Friday Results: Suzuki’s Iannone Tops Marquez

As Marc Marquez looks to make it six for six, he was quick Friday. But not quick enough. Honda's Marquez, who was penalized three separate times in Argentina, and suffered a small crash Friday at COTA, finished second - 0.056 behind Suzuki's Andrea Iannone.
Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi talk before COTA Austin MotoGP 2018

2018 Austin MotoGP: Marquez & Rossi Drama Highlights Press Talks

Something unique occurred during the typical Thursday MotoGP pre-race press briefing. Due to the intense drama between Marc Marquez and Valentino Rossi during last weekend's Argentina Grand Prix at Termas de Rio Hondo, they were interviewed alone in Austin and apart from the typical group of six riders.
2018 Austin MotoGP Preview Honda's Marc Marquez

2018 Austin MotoGP Preview | Can Marquez go 6 for 6 from Pole at...

Following a controversial performance at the Argentina MotoGP, Marc Marquez heads to the Lone Start state as the dominate rider at Circuit of the Americas. The Repsol Honda pilot is the only premier-class rider to ever win at Austin's COTA since the track joined the MotoGP calendar in 2013.
2018 Argentina MotoGP After the Flag Video Commentary

2018 Argentina MotoGP Video Recap | After the Flag Commentary

The latest video is "After the Flag at the Argentina MotoGP," which was confusing - and exciting - rounds in years. Topping the headlines at Argentina's Termas de Rio Hondo circuit was the delayed start that caused panic in the paddock, and the aggressive riding penalties against reigning MotoGP Champion Marc Marquez.
Pedorsa Undergoes Wrist Surgery Following Argentina MotoGP Crash

Pedorsa Undergoes Wrist Surgery Following Argentina MotoGP Crash

Following confusion in the paddock due to a delayed start at Sunday's Argentina MotoGP, Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa suffered a nasty high side on the opening lap. While chasing down Yamaha's Zarco, Pedrosa high-sided, fracturing his right wrist, prompting surgery.
Rossi: 'I'm Scared on Track when I'm with Marquez' | Argentina MotoGP Crash / Interview Video

Rossi: ‘I’m Scared on Track when I’m with Marquez’ | Argentina MotoGP Crash /...

During round two of 19 at Termas de Rio Hondo, Repsol Honda's Marquez collided with Rossi on the penultimate corner of the South American circuit - the right-handed Turn 13 - sending the Movistar Yamaha MotoGP pilot to the ground. This caused some serious drama in the series. Here are crash and interview videos.
Unique start to 2018 Argentina MotoGP

2018 Argentina MotoGP Results | 12 Fast Facts (+Video)

If we can sum up the second round of 2018 MotoGP with two words, they'd be confusion and chaos. Due to a delayed start due to rain, teams were confused on what was actually happening. As for drama, the reigning MotoGP Champion Marc Marquez caused most of it, including some drama with Valentino Rossi.
Ducati's Jack Miller at Argentina MotoGP Qualifying Results

2018 Argentina MotoGP Qualifying: Ducati’s Miller Claims Pole

Ducati's Jack Miler made a wise decision to switch to slicks on a drying circuit, and was able to earn his debut pole position in the premier class at Argentina's Termas de Rio Hondo. He also became the first Ducati Independent Team Rider to secure a pole.
2018 Argentina MotoGP Press Conference

2018 Argentina MotoGP Press Conference: Rivalries Stronger Than Ever

The 2018 Argentina round of MotoGP officially got underway Thursday with the pre-race press conference. Speaking in the Termas de Rio Hondo press room were the opening round's podium finishers - Ducati's Dovizioso, Honda's Marquez and Yamaha's Rossi - along with Crutchlow, Petrucci and Zarco.
2018 Argentina MotoGP Preview Ducati's Andrea Dovizioso

2018 Argentina MotoGP Preview | Dovizioso vs Márquez Duel Continues

The 19-round 2018 MotoGP Championship now heads to South America's Argentina for a 25-lap race around the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit, which will host Grand Prix motorcycle racing for the fifth-straight time. The rivalry will continue through Honda's Marc Marquez and Qatar winner Ducati's Dovizioso.
2018 Qatar MotoGP Recap | 'After the Flag' Video Commentary

2018 Qatar MotoGP Recap | ‘After the Flag’ Video Commentary

For 2018, MotoGP and its lineup of commentaries - Steve Day, Matt Birt and Simon Crafar - have launched a new series titled "After the Flag." This is much better than the typical official MotoGP video recap of under two minutes. Now, we get some insight from those closest to MotoGP.
2018 Qatar MotoGP Results and Coverage - Opening Lap

2018 Qatar MotoGP Results and Coverage | 9 Fast Facts

2018 Qatar MotoGP Results and Coverage: Dovi Strikes First Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso took the win at the 2018 MotoGP Grand Prix of Qatar. It...
Ducati's Dovizioso Tops 2018 Qatar MotoGP Friday Practice: Results

Ducati’s Dovizioso Tops 2018 Qatar MotoGP Friday Practice: Results

Andrea Dovizioso wasted zero time at the controls of the Ducati Team GP18, the Italian leading the opening free practice just ahead of fellow Italian Valentino Rossi, and also the second practice for the top time Friday at Qatar's Losail International Circuit.
Ultimate KTM Giveway for KTM Fan Pack at Austin MotoGP

Enter to win the KTM MotoGP Fan Pack: Free Entry into Sunday’s Race at...

In conjunction with KTM, Ultimate Motorcycling is proud to announce the Ultimate KTM Giveaway! We’ll be giving away eight, yes, that’s right, eight KTM MotoGP Fan Packs that include KTM swag and free entry into Sunday's race at Circuit of the Americas on Sunday, April 22.

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