Alpinestars recently caught an insightful interview with Jorge Lorenzo, the 2010 MotoGP Champion. In this video Lorenzo reveals many new things about his start in motorcycle racing.
The Yamaha MotoGP rider began his racing career at the very young age of just three and has continued to gain momentum through to the premier MotoGP class.
Marquez Repsol Blog
Marc Marquez started his first year in the intermediate category of the World Championship, Moto2, with good results.
The winner of the 125cc World Championship title in 2010 will give details of his steps to the final triumph exclusively for the fans every Monday on his blog at Repsol.com.
Corrado Cecchinelli has been appointed as the Director of Technology for the FIM MotoGP World Championship.
The experienced Italian will oversee and be responsible for all technical developments relating to the three World Championship categories: 125cc, Moto2 and MotoGP.
At last week’s first official test of the 2011 MotoGP season at Sepang, Loris Capirossi was 13th fastest aboard the Pramac Racing Ducati.
And although much work needs to be completed, the Italian says the GP11 has much potential for the 2011 MotoGP season.
FMX Night of the Jumps
The 2011 NIGHT of the JUMPs tour promises a triple sporting treat. In addition to the FIM Freestyle MX World Championship and various international events, NIGHT of the JUMPs will also be the setting for the hotly contested European Championship.
Jorge Lorenzo – 2010 Biography
22-year old Jorge Lorenzo joined the Fiat Yamaha Team in 2008 as double 250cc World Champion, having won the title for the past two years with Aprilia. Following his outstanding debut year, Lorenzo came of age in 2009, winning four races and pushing his teammate Valentino Rossi to the limit throughout a superb season. The Spaniard took the team’s first victory of the year at Yamaha’s home race in Japan and he went on to take further wins at Le Mans, Indianapolis and, for the second year in a row, Portugal.
Valentino Rossi – 2010 Biography
Last year saw Valentino Rossi cross more milestones in his incredible career and take a ninth world championship title, his fourth with Yamaha. He showed that after fourteen years of racing in the World Championship he is still the best rider of his generation and worthy of his crown. The Italian hero took six wins in a season, which saw him and his rivals all make mistakes at times as they pushed each other to unexpectedly great heights.