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Tag: COTA

The Battle Lines Are Drawn: MotoGP Rocks Texas

What’s a race without a little bit of controversy? Throw in a couple of surprise twists and add some comeuppance into the mix and voila, a race to remember. And the Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas did not let us down. The anticipation was high as the warriors lined up under the Texan… Read More ›

Who is Fastest Now: Qualifying at COTA

The stakes were high and the gloves were off at the much-awaited COTA qualifying this weekend. MotoGP had finally made its way to the Americas, bringing with it many questions. The biggest, of course, was all about Marc Marquez: Will the 2016 World Champion take home yet another win at the Circuit of the Americas?… Read More ›

MotoGP at COTA: Cussing, Cruising, Crashing and Chasing

I know, I know, we shouldn’t be taking the good Lord’s name in vain. But for crying out loud, what in the name of the Great Racing God was that? I am talking about that weird little jumpstart a la Jorge Lorenzo (alright, perhaps little is a bit of an understatement, more like nearly a… Read More ›

The Grand Debut

I came off the Qatar race on an absolute high. Vale had made a comeback in a blast of glory, giving us a fight to remember. Marc Marquez was beginning to prove to the world that he was truly brimming with talent. Sure, Jorge Lorenzo had won the race, but the kick-off to the 2013… Read More ›

[NEWS] Gresini Racing Remembers Daijiro

It has been 10 years since the MotoGP world lost Daijiro Kato, a man who brought his own special touch to the world of racing. He was perhaps Japan’s most successful GP rider, destined for great victories. Gresini Racing today announced that the number 74 will be visible on all Gresini bikes in Moto3, Moto2… Read More ›