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Video: Ryvid Accepting Pre-Orders For $7,800 Electric Anthem

RoadRacing World - Mon, 2022-08-15 17:59


The Anthem Launch Edition features an electrically actuated height-adjustable seat, stainless-steel planar frame and single-latch removable battery, at an accessible price point


Irvine, Calif. (August 15, 2022) – Ryvid, a US-based company specializing in innovative EV mobility, has opened pre-orders for the Anthem, a fresh take on two-wheeled urban transport. The Anthem features proprietary technology, including an ultra-lightweight monocoque-inspired chassis, Ergo-Easy ride height-adjustable seat, integrated rear drive unit and removable battery pack for easy charging.

Ryvid’s Anthem Launch Edition is priced at $7,800, is available in three different colors; Rapid White, Atomic Gold and Carbon Grey. The Anthem has a limited lifetime warranty on the frame, two-year warranty on the power pack and one-year standard motorcycle warranty. Deliveries are slated to begin Summer of 2023. Pre-orders for the Anthem Launch Edition will be limited to 1,000 units and are only available at


A Ryvid Anthem electric motorcycle. Photo courtesy Ryvid.


The Anthem Launch Edition is a first-of-its-kind, customizable motorcycle that combines advanced aerospace technology with the simplicity of EV architecture, allowing anyone to experience riding in its most elemental form. It is capable of speeds up to 75+ mph with a range of up to 75+ miles (50 miles in Sport Mode) on a single charge and is ideally suited for commuting and urban transport.

Its corrosion-free, lightweight frame is cloaked beneath minimal, sleek bodywork bringing its total weight to just 240 pounds (175 pounds without battery) with a carrying capacity of 400 pounds. The Anthem also has a modular head tube unit, adjustable front and rear suspension and an Ergo-Easy ride height-adjustable seat  which allows the seat to electrically morph from 30” up to 34” – enabling a wide range of users. Furthermore, a 4.9-inch TFT display delivers information and key data such as speed and state of charge to the rider with ultimate clarity in any light.


A Ryvid Anthem electric motorcycle at speed. Photo courtesy Ryvid.


The EV’s easily removable and rollable 4.3 kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged in three hours on a 220V outlet or in six hours on a 110V outlet. The Anthem’s fully enclosed motor and belt drive is housed in the swingarm, a single-piece die-cast construction with integrated cooling fins for maximum efficiency. Enclosing the motor and belt drive also provides improved durability and low maintenance.  Motor output is rated at 53 ft-lb of torque, which are transferred to the road via a 4.7:1 ratio, delivering up to 250 ft-lb at the final drive.  Dynamic energy is also recaptured using regenerative braking technology.

Learn more about the Anthem and our team at

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Avete sempre desiderato una 500 a 2 tempi? Comprate quella di Kenny Roberts Jr.

1996 Yamaha OWJ1 YZR500 del Team Marlboro Roberts guidata da Kenny Roberts JR nel GP del 1996.  Se avete 400.000 dollari americani, questa è la vostra prossima moto. Purtroppo non ha ricambi

Razali: "ho parlato con Crutchlow: mi ha detto che è in forma"

"Ho scritto a Cal e mi ha assicurato che è più in forma e ha fatto più test rispetto all'anno scorso. Dato che stiamo ancora lavorando con la Yamaha, penso che sia un bene per Cal e per la Yamaha stessa che lui guidi l'attuale moto, il che aiuta anche in termini di sviluppo per il prossimo anno"

Podcast: How Cody Wyman Got Very Busy In 2022

RoadRacing World - Mon, 2022-08-15 10:59

Cody Wyman Gets Busy

By Nick Ienatsch



Lightweight. Middleweight. Heavyweight. Ultra-heavyweight…Cody Wyman discusses riding and racing them all…


Cody Wyman launching students in the YCRS braking drill. Cody has also taught high-end car instructional programs. Photo by


The 2022 MotoAmerica season started with Cody Wyman and his dad/crew chief Bob Wyman campaigning their Kawasaki Ninja 400 in Junior Cup, and it has gone well: The youngest of three racing Wyman brothers led the points after the recent event at Brainerd International Raceway.


The youngest Wyman aboard his Alpha Omega Kawasaki Ninja 400 in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup class. Cody leads the points going into PittRace. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.


In the racing world success creates opportunity, and just before Road Atlanta Cody signed to also campaign the Wrench Motorcycles Yamaha R7 in Twins Cup.


Cody and the Wrench Motorcycles Yamaha R7 got a late start in the 2022 MotoAmerica REV’IT! Twins Cup season but have moved up the ranks steadily, with a podium at Ridge Motorsports Park. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.


At about the time that deal was happening, Cody got a call from the Army of Darkness endurance team and jumped aboard the team’s Yamaha YZF-R1 to contribute to a pair of second-place finishes in the first two N2/WERA National Endurance by Dunlop races.


Cody at speed on the Army of Darkness Yamaha R1, which has an oversized fuel tank, during an N2/WERA National Endurance Series by Dunlop race. Photo by


Oh, and the Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson factory team signed Cody as a test rider to help brothers Travis and Kyle win in the MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers championship.


Both Kyle and Travis Wyman have won MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers races, and Cody (seen here on Kyle’s racebike) has worked behind the scenes as a test rider. Photo courtesy Harley-Davidson.


Phew…now let’s talk to Cody about his suddenly-exciting 2022 and how to manage these drastically different machines.



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Petrucci brilla anche nell'endurance: 3° nella 4 Ore di Pittsburgh

Danilo ha corso sulla Panigale V2 in coppia con Josh Herrin e l'equipaggio ha fatto segnare il miglior giro in gara. Il prossimo appuntamento del MotoAmerica sarà sulla stessa pista

Northern Talent Cup: Farkas Sweeps, Moor Minimizes Damage At Assen

RoadRacing World - Mon, 2022-08-15 00:47

Farkas flies to first win of the weekend

The Hungarian did what he needed to on Saturday as van Crugten takes a home podium and Herrlich overcomes a double Long Lap for third

Sunday, 14 August 2022

Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team) came into Assen with the momentum and in Race 1, the number 28 only hammered that home. Disappearing at the front for another impressive win, he did what he needed to as points leader Rossi Moor (Fairium Next Generation Riders) had been homing in on match point. But with Jurrien van Crugten (BB64 Academy) taking an impressive and comfortable second, his first NTC podium, and Valentino Herrlich (Busch und Wagner Racing Team) charging back to overcome two Long Laps and take third, Moor was ultimately demoted to fourth as Farkas cut the 31-point gap by a considerable margin on Saturday.

From the off, Farkas was off and the Hungarian had only van Crugten and Herrlich for real company. Herrlich then took one Long Lap – a double given for speeding in pit lane – and dropped back into the freight train behind, fighting back towards the front and then taking the second to face the challenge down all over again. But that he did.

As Farkas crossed the line with some good breathing space of more than five seconds, van Crugten stayed calm to take a home turf podium and the fight behind went right to the wire. Despite his penalties, Herrlich put in a stunning finish to secure third place, beating Moor by just a tenth at the flag.


American-born Rossi Moor (92) was fourth and second in the two races at Assen, reducing his Championship point lead from 31 to 14 points with two races remaining. Photo courtesy NTC.


Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) was a similar distance back in P5 on home turf, with Lenoxx Phommara (Team Phommara) for even closer company in sixth. Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing) kept the tiny gaps coming as he took P7, just 0.070 ahead of Martin Vincze (Chrobak Motorsport Egyesület,) who kept his consistent form going.

Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) beat Julius Coenen (Helena and Julius Racing) and Maxime Schmid (Schmid Racing) to ninth, the three the last of the bigger group fighting to decide the top five and ten.





More, from another press release issued by Northern Talent Cup:

Farkas cuts the gap to 14 points with another stunner on Sunday

This time it was Moor following him home, but it was another impressive margin for the number 28 as the charge continues

After Most Race 2 and then Assen Race 1, Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team) made it a triple threat as he once again laid down the gauntlet on Sunday in the Netherlands. The Hungarian was over eight seconds clear by the flag, with points leader Rossi Moor (FAIRIUM Next Generation Riders) coming home second but seeing his advantage cut to just 14 points. After some tougher times on home turf thus far in the NTC, Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) took third and stood on the podium at the Cathedral.

As is becoming his calling card, Farkas went full gas from the off to immediately take the lead and start building that further. This time the number 28 had no company to speak of almost from the off, putting the hammer down as his mission to defeat Moor for the 2022 Cup continued in style.

Behind, it was another huge group battle and, as ever in the NTC, it went to the wire. Herrlich started the final lap in second but it was chopping and changing to the flag – and both he and Lenoxx Phommara (Team Phommara) were victim to a late attack from Moor. The number 92 got past Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing) to set up a grandstand finish and make it past both riders ahead of him for second, through the Geert Timmer chicane with just enough in hand.

Veneman stayed ahead for third, with Phommara off the podium by just 0.034. Schneider beat compatriot Herrlich just behind, with Martin Vincze (Chrobak Motorsport Egyesület) within another 0.019.

Jurrien van Crugten (BB64 Academy) came away with P8 in Race 2, just ahead of Maxime Schmid (Team Schmid) in ninth. Tibor Varga (Forty Racing) beat Julius Coenen (Helena and Julius Racing) once again on Sunday, this time in a private duel for tenth place.

The Northern Talent Cup field now heads back to the Red Bull Ring for the season finale, with the 2022 winner waiting to be crowned. Will it be Moor, or can Farkas continue his roll? The number 28 has some serious form in Austria. Join us for the 2022 decider alongside IDM from the 2nd to the 4th of September in Styria, with just 14 points separating the two riders at the top and the final 50 on the table.



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ASRA: Hazardous/Clark Racing Wins Team Challenge At Summit Point

RoadRacing World - Mon, 2022-08-15 00:29

Summit Point, WV: The Hazardous/Clark Racing entry of Justin Clark and Tommy Wilson overcame a 10-second deficit in the waning moments of the 100-lap race to beat the 2022 ASRA Overall point leader and multi-time ASRA National Champion Grease Monkey Racing by 1.3 seconds at the stripe. Previously, Grease Monkey Racing, with Stephen Hoffman and Eric Helmbach riding, won the closest finish in Team Challenge history, beating Martinez Motorsports by 0.07 second at Roebling Road Raceway in July.



081422 SPR ASRA TC Results

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Canadian Superbike: Race Three Results From Mosport

RoadRacing World - Mon, 2022-08-15 00:21
Pro Superbike Race 3 Results




More, from a press release issued by CSBK/PMP:

Dumas wins red-flagged race three as BMW takes home Constructors trophy

Bowmanville, ON –  The final race of the 2022 Canadian Superbike Championship campaign came to an unfortunate end on Sunday, as Alex Dumas won a red-flagged Superbike race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

The last leg of the weekend tripleheader lasted just less than four laps, after a pair of incidents involving multiple riders brought the day to a halt shortly before the regular curfew of 5 pm ET.

As a result, Dumas will end his second full season in Canada with an eighth career victory under his belt for the Liqui Moly/FAST School Suzuki team, though it wasn’t enough to help lift Suzuki to a second consecutive Constructors Championship as Ben Young finished second to secure the title for BMW.

Young already added a national championship of his own earlier in the day, finishing second to Dumas in race two to wrap up his second career Canada Cup, and the Van Dolder’s Home Team BMW rider added more hardware to his trophy case by helping BMW to the top spot and also taking home the Team of the Year Award.

Dumas did manage to steal one minor reward from Young, though, taking the surprise “King of Mosport” mantle and the literal crown to go with it, as he outpaced Young around CTMP with a pair of victories to end the year.

“It was a really fun year! We had a lot of great battles with Ben, unfortunately it didn’t work out for us in the championship, but we added a couple more wins away from Calabogie and learned the track a bit better for next year,” Dumas said. “I hope all the guys that went down are okay, but for now the focus for us is putting that #1 back on the bike next year.”

Young, meanwhile, will end his year with an incredible 16 race podium streak intact, after another perfect season on the box en route to a dramatic second title – and the first in his budding rivalry with Dumas.

“It’s not the end to the race or the year that any of us wanted, but thank god we didn’t let it decide our championship,” Young said after clinching earlier in the day. “It’s also cool to have three different manufacturers up here, and do so with a second national championship and a first for BMW.”

The third manufacturer Young would be referring to was the Turcotte Performance Kawasaki of Sebastien Tremblay, who picked up his second podium of the weekend and third of the campaign after the abbreviated race.

“It’s always nice to end up in third and up here on the box, even though it’s not how we wanted to get here,” Tremblay said. “We wanted that fourth podium of the year earlier but ran into some problems, but a huge thanks to Turcotte Performance for all the support in getting us back at the front.”

Fourth again went to Tomas Casas, who in the process earned himself a FAST School Hard Charger Award and a $500 prize to go with it after a very strong weekend and season debut aboard his Parts Canada Yamaha.

Trevor Daley rounded out the top-five for the OneSpeed Suzuki team, doing just enough to secure his third overall spot in the standings for the year, though it wasn’t enough to overturn the lengthy deficit Suzuki faced in the Constructors table.

Trevor Dion wrapped up the Liqui Moly Pro Sport Bike championship earlier in the day, surviving a late push from title rival David MacKay in what was a thrilling end to the middleweight season.

The full recap can be found here:

Julien Lafortune completed his comeback in the AIM Insurance Amateur Superbike class with relative ease on Sunday, winning the championship after former points leader John Fraser suffered a heartbreaking mechanical failure on the first lap.

Fraser may have been in for a tough day regardless, as LaFortune was virtually unchallenged en route to a dominant victory, claiming the national title after trailing by eleven points entering the final weekend.

It was an equally frustrating day for Fraser in the Amateur Sport Bike ranks, as he came up just shy of eventual champion Paul Etienne Courtois on track, with Alexandre Michel stealing the win from both.

Courtois will claim an impressive national title after nearly capturing the Lightweight crown a year ago, while Michel leapfrogs Fraser for second in the final standings, with all three set to renew their rivalry in the Pro ranks next season.

Bryce DeBoer completed his own title winning campaign on Sunday in the Super Sonic Race School Lightweight class, finishing second behind race winner Andrew Cooney.

With Cooney well out front, it was a battle between DeBoer and Vincent Wilson for the junior crown, with DeBoer holding a 15-point advantage heading in. That gap was blown wide open, however, when Wilson crashed out three laps in to effectively hand the championship to DeBoer.

It wasn’t the only title of the day for DeBoer either, as the youngster added a second championship in the Lightweight Pro/Am, conquering the Amateur division in the inaugural season of the Pro/Am series.

The full results from the season finale can now be found on the series’ official website.

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Canadian Superbike: Race Two Results From Mosport

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 22:11
Pro Superbike Race 2 Results



More, from a press release issued by CSBK/PMP:

Young clinches second Superbike title as Dumas wins race two in CTMP


Ben Young hoists the CSBK number one plate after clinching the 2022 Superbike championship with one race to go. Photo by Rob O’Brien, courtesy CSBK/PMP.


Bowmanville, ON –  He may not have celebrated it from the top spot of the podium, but Ben Young did enough to clinch his second career national title on Sunday, finishing behind race winner Alex Dumas in the penultimate race of the Canadian Superbike Championship at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

Young entered with a fairly straight-forward path to a second Canada Cup, as he needed only to finish on the podium to clinch the title, but the Van Dolder’s Home Team BMW rider left nothing to chance as he pushed Dumas for much of the race.

The 2021 champion led Young for majority of the contest as he tried desperately to keep his crown, retaliating quickly when Young made a pair of passes for the lead, including a brave move into turn ten similar to the one Young put on Dumas in race one on Saturday.

In the end, Dumas would hold off his rival for his seventh career victory and third of the season, but it wasn’t enough to shake Young as he salvaged a 32-point lead with only 27 points remaining in race three on Sunday.

“We had a lot of fun with this trophy in 2019, so I’m sure we’ll have some more fun tonight, but there’s definitely a lot of emotions,” Young said. “Alex and I have been on it all year, but I said to him before that the #1 plate is borrowed and never owned, so I’m going to come back fighting in 2023 to keep it from him.”

While Young did wrap up one title on the day, he will have some more work to do to bring home a Constructors Championship for BMW after a double-podium for Suzuki – though he did bring home BMW’s 125th podium in their feature class history.

“That’s another real cool piece of history, but again Jordan Szoke was responsible for a lot of those so shout out to him,” Young said. “Either way it’s awesome for BMW, but now we have to go out and wrap up the Constructors this afternoon.”

While Dumas did add another victory under his belt and the first of his career away from Calabogie Motorsports Park, it’s hardly the result the Liqui Moly/FAST School Suzuki rider was hoping for, though he too is already looking to take the trophy back in 2023.

“Congrats to Ben, it was probably the most fun race of the year and he rode another great race, but we’ll be back even stronger to push again in 2023,” Dumas said. “It’s cool to see all the fans here as well, and hopefully with this out of the way we can go win another Constructors Championship for them.”

Dumas and Young were joined on the podium by Trevor Daley for the fifth time this season, as the OneSpeed Suzuki rider made a strong charge aboard his B-spec machine to pull home crucial points for Suzuki in front of a massive crowd at CTMP.

“It’s a little redemption for yesterday, and hopefully rewards the crew for all their hard work getting everything ready,” Daley said. “It’s cool to put on a show for all these fans, I haven’t seen this many people since I was a kid and it’s really, really awesome.”

Daley’s performance pushed Tomas Casas down to fourth, who again ran in the podium spots early on before settling in to a four-rider battle aboard his Parts Canada Yamaha, with Sebastien Tremblay finishing just behind in fifth for the Turcotte Performance Kawasaki team.

Trevor Dion survived a late scare to clinch the Liqui Moly Pro Sport Bike championship on Sunday, finishing fourth as Elliot Vieira ran away with an impressive victory. Dion’s LDS Consultants Kawasaki team had reason to be concerned as title rival David MacKay worked his way to second in the late stages, but it wasn’t enough in the end as Dion did just enough to capture a historic middleweight crown.

Despite seeing his lead of 22 points shrink all the way down to just eight, Dion will hang on become the first rookie Pro Sport Bike champion in history, and the third youngest ever in the support class.

“It was quite the season! We had a lot of ups and downs, but in the end it’s the best year I’ve ever had at a racetrack,” said the 20-year-old. “We’ve had five different winners in the last five races, which just shows how competitive this series is and the level these guys have pushed me to.”

Dion used his opportunity to bring friend and team member Mike Grass onto the podium in an emotional tribute to the former Pro Sport Bike rider, who is still recovering from a scary crash in turn four at CTMP a year ago.

As for MacKay, it was an unfortunate end to a rollercoaster season that put him on the back foot early after a crash in Grand Bend, though the Fast Company Kawasaki rider showed incredible poise since then, fighting his way back to finish just narrowly shy of his first Pro national championship.

As for Vieira, the Guyanese star managed to end his breakout year on a high note in front of friends and family, setting up the Snow City Yamaha rider for a potential title charge of his own in 2023.

Completing the podium was race one winner Matt Simpson, who quietly capped off a brilliant rookie season of his own aboard the Evans Racing Yamaha to move himself to fourth in the final standings.

The full results from both races can be found on the series’ official website.

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O'Halloran vince Gara2 con un finale da brividi, Mackenzie lo imita nell'ultima manche

VIDEO - Jason si impone nella prima frazione regolando in volata Mackenzie e Ray, mentre nella seconda è il campione in carica a tornare alla vittoria. Un vero dominio Yamaha nel fine settimana di Thruxton, con distacchi ridottissimi

AMA/FIM Land Speed Event At Bonneville Cancelled Due To Flooding

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 16:07

Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials 2022 cancelled

The FIM, the American Motorcyclist Association and the local organiser regret to announce that the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials 2022, FIM Land Speed World Records and AMA Land Speed Grand Championship is Cancelled.

The assessment team has reviewed current Bonneville Salt Flat conditions by air and on the ground. Unfortunately, all BMST track locations and alternatives are still flooded from the initial storm and multiple subsequent storm systems. There is no possibility that the water will recede, and salt will dry out sufficiently in the week remaining to support track preparations and operations.

“We are all disappointed that we are forced to cancel,” said Event Director/Owner Delvene Reber, “Like you we have spent a year plus preparing for this event and investing in improvements. This year we were implementing racer driven improvements that include new flagging, course line improvements, and other racer driven updates.”

“As a racer,” said Sodium Distortion Racing’s Bill Woods, “it’s hard to accept that mother nature called our event but at the end of the day all that hard work will just make next year that much better. I’m especially looking forward to a 2023 with all of the racer-driven improvements”

“Firstly, on behalf of the FIM I would like to thank everyone involved for their huge efforts to make this edition of this important event happen, especially after all the work that has been done to recognise and deliver the improvements to the course”, concluded Franck Vayssié, FIM Circuit Racing Commission Director, “Collectively we share in the disappointment of having to cancel the event, but fully understand and support the decision. The FIM is already looking forward to returning to the salt next year and pledge our absolute assistance to help make this happen.”




More, from a press release issued by American Motorcyclist Association:

Bonneville Salt Flats flooding also results in cancellation of FIM Land Speed World Records

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Due to flooding from a significant storm and multiple subsequent storm systems in Northern Utah, the 2022 AMA Land Speed Grand Championship on the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, Utah, has been canceled, along with the FIM Land Speed World Records.

The event’s assessment team, led by Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials (BMST) promoter Delvene Reber, reviewed current conditions of the Bonneville Salt Flats both by air and on the ground on August 12 and 13, and determined that all track locations and alternatives are still flooded.

With between 4 and 10 inches of water in many places, the team determined there’s no possibility the water will recede and the salt will dry sufficiently in time for track preparations and operations to begin.

“We are all disappointed that we are forced to cancel,” said Reber. “We have spent a year plus preparing for this event and investing in improvements.”

Reber added that BMST will be in touch directly with participants soon with further information. Additional updates will be provided on the event website at

To learn more about the AMA Land Speed Grand Championship, visit

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About the American Motorcyclist Association

Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders’ interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. Besides offering members money-saving discounts on products and services, the AMA also publishes American Motorcyclist, a recently revitalized and monthly full-color magazine (and digital version of same) that covers current events and motorcycle history with brilliant photography and compelling writing. American Motorcyclist is also North America’s largest-circulation magazine. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit

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British Superbike: Race Two Results From Thruxton

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 15:35

Editorial Note: Americans Julian Correa and Eli Banish finished 13th and 21st, respectively, in British Talent Cup Race Two at Thruxton.


BSB R2 Points

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Enea Bastianini lascia cadere la maschera...o la indossa? ecco la 'Bestia'

Con una foto fatta in studio e probabilmente pensata per una campagna pubblicitaria il pilota del team Ducati Gresini si presenta per l'ultima e decisiva parte della stagione

Una operazione cosmetica: via KTM dal team Tech3: arriva GASGAS

Il terzo marchio della Pierer Mobility AG assieme ad Husqvarna e KTM potrebbe arrivare nella squadra satellite francese che gareggerà con Pol Espargarò e Remy Gardner nel 2023

CIV Moto3 450: una formula distante dal Mondiale, ma vincente

Questa stagione il CIV Moto3 ha sposato il monomotore Yamaha 450cc per ridurre le spese, livellare le prestazioni e limitare i decibel, con ulteriori novità tecniche all'attivo. A fronte delle perplessità di fondo iniziali, la pista sta offrendo invece spettacolo a profusione con gare spesso decise al fotofinish

Michelin nel 2024 con gomme...all'arancia con il 40% di materiali riciclati

L’INTERVISTA - Parla il responsabile Bonardel: “Il numero delle gomme diminuirà e si tratterà di pneumatici realizzati con bucce di arancia e plastica riciclata. Vogliamo dimostrare che con questi materiali non ci sarà impatto sulla prestazione e che le nostre gomme saranno sicure in qualunque tipo di condizione”

Una Ducati per due: deciderà Bagnaia fra Bastianini e Martin?

MERCATO AD UN BIVIO Pecco avrebbe preferito fare ancora coppia con Jack Miller, ma la Rossa vuole un team con due punte. La scelta non è facile: è caratteriale, non si vuole un box diviso e per di più complicata da ragioni di marketing che Ducati nega ma che esistono

La nuova chicane del Red Bull Ring: alleata o avversaria di Quartararo?

Il nuovo layout è stato pensato per la sicurezza e riduce la lunghezza di un rettilineo, ma non è detto che aiuti Fabio nell’arginare la maggiore potenza di Aprilia e Ducati


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