Johann Zarco couldn't do better than fourth throughout Le Mans MotoGP free practice, but he was untouchable during qualifying. Zarco set a new pole record at the Bugatti Circuit, and is the first Frenchman to qualify on pole on home soil since Christian Sarron in 1988.
2018 Le Mans MotoGP Preview Two weeks ago at Jerez MotoGP, Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez easily claimed his second-straight win. The three-time MotoGP Champion had zero...
Leading the way during the one-day Jerez MotoGP test was Monster Yamaha Tech 3's Johann Zarco, who claimed second on Sunday behind Repsol Honda's Marc Marquez.
Before 68,000 fans, the 2018 MotoGP Championship got underway Sunday at Spain's Jerez. All eyes were on LCR Castrol Honda's Cal Crutchlow, who claimed the pole position, and Repsol Honda's Dani Pedrosa, who qualified second and dominated last season's race. But neither would finish...
Things changed drastically in the second free practice, and the title leaders got shuffled back in the pack. Leading the way Friday overall was LCR Castrol Honda's Cal Crutchlow, the winner of the Argentina Grand Prix at Termas de Rio Hondo. The top 15 were within a second of each other!
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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: Dovi Strikes First Ducati Team’s Andrea Dovizioso took the win at the 2018 MotoGP Grand Prix of Qatar. It...
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.
For most motorcycle road-racing fans, MotoGP is the superior sport, ranking high above other domestic sports such as the NFL. Each MotoGP weekend provides more energy than the Super Bowl itself. Speaking on football terms, MotoGP fans will actually get 18 Super Bowls in 2018.