Top Story: Fiat Yamaha Team to run 'Abarth' livery in Phillip Island

The Fiat Yamaha Team of Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards will run a special one-off livery on their bikes and leathers for the Australian Grand Prix in Phillip Island this weekend, starting from Free Practice. The livery has been inspired by the famous ‘Abarth' brand, a division of Fiat Automobiles SpA. The Abarth brand has been re-launched by Fiat this year with several new models and this weekend's livery is designed to celebrate that. The livery uses all the elements of the logo - the Sc mehr >>

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MotoGP: Fiat Yamaha Team to run 'Abarth' livery in Phillip Island

The Fiat Yamaha Team of Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards will run a special one-off livery on their bikes and leathers for the Australian Grand Prix in Phillip Island this weekend, starting from Free Practice. The livery has been inspired by the famous ‘Abarth' brand, a division of Fiat Automobiles SpA. The Abarth brand has been re-launched by Fiat this year with severa mehr >>


MotoGP: Fresh target for Fiat Yamaha riders at Phillip Island

The Fiat Yamaha Team head for the ante-penultimate instalment of this year's MotoGP World Championship in Australia this weekend in the knowledge that the title has slipped from their grasp but with the clear focus of race wins and improved performance from the YZR-M1 machine to come over the last three rounds. Whilst the long-term target of the team has switched to a st mehr >>


MotoGP: Yamaha look to the future with important Motegi test

Fiat Yamaha Team riders Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards had no time to dwell on the disappointment of yesterday’s Japanese Grand Prix, getting back out on track today for another one-day test. With the championship now decided, Rossi and Edwards are both focused on ending the season on a high-note with three good races, and it was with this in mind that the riders put mehr >>


MotoGP: Japan Grand Prix at Motegi- Honda review

MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix Round 15 Elias On Podium As Rain Throws Race Into Chaos Qualifying This was the MotoGP contest that defined the season with Casey Stoner securing his World MotoGP Championship title as Loris Capirossi (both Ducati) won from Kawasaki’s Randy de Puniet with Toni Elias (Gresini Honda RC212V) third in Japan. mehr >>


MotoGP: Rider, Team & Manufacturer Standings after Motegi - Japanese Grand-Prix

Rider Standings 23/09/2007 1. Casey Stoner Ducati AUS 297 2. Valentino Rossi Yamaha ITA 214 3. Daniel Pedrosa Honda ESP 188 4. John Hopkins Suzuki USA 156 5. Chris Vermeulen Suzuki AUS 152 6. Marco Melandri Honda ITA 148 7. Loris Capirossi Ducati ITA 130 8. Nicky Hayden Honda USA 112 9. Colin mehr >>


MotoGP: Title bid over for Rossi but sensational fourth place for Dunlop Yamaha Tech 3 in Japan

Weather and tyre issues brought about an end to Valentino Rossi's slim title chances today, as he finished 13th in Motegi despite a heroic ride which saw him lead the race at one point. His Fiat Yamaha team-mate Colin Edwards suffered similar problems in what was an extraordinary race, finishing one place behind Rossi in 14th. With the asphalt still wet after a morning o mehr >>


MotoGP: Difficult day for KTM 125cc riders in Japan.

While their 250cc Red Bull KTM team-mates celebrated a victory on the Motegi Racing Circuit, KTM's three-rider line-up in the 125 cc class experienced a difficult day and left the Japanese Grand Prix disappointed Tomoyoshi Koyama, who had been very fast in training and had wanted to do well on his home circuit, experienced tyre grip problems and was only able to mehr >>


MotoGP: Big in Japan: Mika Kallio celebrates maiden 250 cc victory

Red Bull KTM 250 star Mika Kallio rode to his maiden 250 cc victory in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix to score a hat-trick on the Motegi circuit, an appropriate way to also mark the birth of his first child, a baby girl born last Sunday Kallio won the 125 cc races on this circuit in 2005 and 2006. "It looks like Motegi is a very good track for us," he said. The 24 mehr >>


MotoGP: Front row start for Valentino Rossi ahead of Motegi showdown

Japanese Grand Prix Motegi Qualifying Valentino Rossi sealed his tenth front-row start of the season ahead of tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi today, the Italian taking second place on an all-Michelin front row in between Dani Pedrosa and Nicky Hayden. Colin Edwards also had a good session, qualifying seventh at the head of the third row. After mak mehr >>


MotoGP: Hard work ahead for Yamaha in Motegi

Scorching sunshine welcomed the MotoGP paddock to Motegi today as the fifteenth round of the season got underway at the Japanese track. Temperatures reached a maximum of 34 degrees during this afternoon's free practice and it was a difficult day's work for the riders and teams alike, with Fiat Yamaha pair Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi finishing the day 11th and 14th respectiv mehr >>


MotoGP: KTM factory riders looking forward to revelling in Orange in Japan

The Red Bull KTM Team returns to Japan this weekend pumped with confidence. The team scored victories in both classes on the famous circuit last season, the bikes are expected to do well and both Aoyama and Koyama are riding in front of their home crowd. Last year's Grand Prix in Motegi was unforgettable for KTM. Mika Kallio out-braked newly-crowned world champi mehr >>


MotoGP: Motegi holds Eastern promise for Fiat Yamaha Team

Continuing improvements with the Yamaha YZR-M1 machine and the enhanced performance of Michelin's latest tyres make for another promising weekend ahead as the Fiat Yamaha Team head east for the next round of the MotoGP World Championship in Japan this weekend. A frantic pack-up operation took place at the Estoril circuit on Sunday evening as the entire paddock prepared to make th mehr >>


MotoGP: Valentino Rossi takes outstanding victory after stunning ride in Portugal

Valentino Rossi made a triumphant return to the top step of the podium in Estoril today, sealing his fourth victory of the season with a masterful ride to victory in front of Dani Pedrosa and Casey Stoner. Rossi's eighth consecutive podium finish at this circuit was his first in six races, since his last victory at Assen back in June. Colin Edwards was unable to match hi mehr >>


MotoGP: Fiat Yamaha Team ready to put up western front

The Fiat Yamaha Team make the Mediterranean road trip from the east coast of Italy to the west coast of Portugal this week aiming to put their biggest disappointment of the season behind them after a home Grand Prix to forget at Misano. Valentino Rossi's retirement from that race was his fourth non-podium finish in as many races - his worst run since 2000 - whilst tyre p mehr >>


MotoGP: Red Bull KTM Misano review

Aoyama second in Misano for third consecutive 250cc podium Red Bull KTM 250 cc rider Hiroshi Aoyama battled his way to a fantastic second place in Sunday's Grand Prix of San Marino to celebrate his third podium finish in three races. The Japanese hero, winner of this year's German Grand Prix, started in seventh position but moved up the ranks wit mehr >>


MotoGP: Edwards ninth and Rossi forced to retire as bad luck strikes in Misano

Valentino Rossi's hopes of a glorious homecoming to Misano ended after just five laps today, when an engine problem forced the Fiat Yamaha Team rider to retire when running strongly in fourth position. Rossi's team-mate Colin Edwards meanwhile struggled with rear grip in the later stages and was only able to bring his YZR-M1 home in his starting position of ninth. With t mehr >>


MotoGP: Weather causes mayhem in Misano

Water, water, water...   YAMAHA - FREE PRACTICE REPORT 31/08/2007 Grand Prix Motorcycle racing returned to the Adriatic holiday resort of Misano for the first time in fourteen years today, but the party was well and truly spoilt by the Italian weather as fierce storms turned the first day into a washout. After the paddock was welcomed mehr >>


MotoGP: Fiat Yamaha Team ready for welcome Misano return

The Fiat Yamaha Team make the short trip from their Milan base to the Adriatic coast this weekend for their second 'home' race of the season as the MotoGP World Championship returns to Misano following a fourteen-year hiatus. The late summer trip to the lively party resort will be anything but a holiday for Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards, however, as they look to overhaul a di mehr >>


MotoGP: Fiat Yamaha complete testing programme in Brno

Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards rounded off two days of intensive work at Brno today, following Sunday's Czech Grand Prix. After heavy rain yesterday evening the track was still damp this morning, which delayed the start of action, but conditions improved throughout the day and both Rossi and Edwards managed to complete their planned testing programmes. Once again both mehr >>


MotoGP: Fiat Yamaha Team push on with intensive day's testing in Brno

After the disappointment of yesterday's Czech Grand Prix, it was back to the drawing board today for Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards as they embarked on the traditional two-day test at Brno, alongside almost the entire MotoGP paddock. The sun shone until mid-afternoon when it clouded over, eventually giving way to rain at about 4.30 pm. The main focus of the test for b mehr >>


MotoGP: Dismal day for Yamaha as Rossi finishes seventh and Edwards slides out

The wooded hills of Brno, thronged by 141,632 spectators, proved a less than happy hunting ground for the Fiat Yamaha Team at today's Czech Grand Prix. Valentino Rossi was dogged by traction problems almost from the start and was only able to hang on for seventh, whilst Colin Edwards slid out of the race on the second lap. Starting from sixth, Rossi slipped one place at mehr >>


MotoGP: Victory for Zarco in Red Bull Rookies Cup Brno

Johann Zarco came, saw and conquered the 13 laps of the Brno racing circuit to win the sixth race of the 2007 Red Bull Rookies Cup on Saturday by a clear seven seconds. And for his efforts, the 16-year old French rider not only celebrated his first top podium spot, he also took control of the lead in the season's standings. Zarco is now a clear leader with 109 p mehr >>


MotoGP: Red Bull KTM's Koyama fifth in Brno in 125 cc Grand Prix

Tomoyoshi Koyama was the best performer in the three-man 125 cc Red Bull KTM Racing Team on Sunday at what is essentially the home GP for the Austrian manufacturer at the tradition-rich circuit in Brno, Czech Republic. Koyama's performance was supported by Randy Krummenacher, the team's Swiss rider who came in ninth after a small altercation with another rider w mehr >>


MotoGP: Kallio delivers a dash of podium orange to KTM's "home GP" in Brno

Red Bull KTM factory rider Mika Kallio gave the Austrian manufacturer and the entire "Orange" family reason to celebrate on Sunday in the 250cc Grand Prix of Czech Republic when he rocketed to third place in the closing stages of the race. The Finn's third place gave the KTM family and fans a taste of the invigorating flavor of orange in the best possible way. T mehr >>


MotoGP: Second and third rows for Fiat Yamaha ahead of Brno battle

QUALIFYING 1 Fiat Yamaha Team riders Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards will start tomorrow's Czech Grand Prix from the outside of the second and third rows respectively, after claiming the sixth and ninth spots in today's Qualifying session in Brno. With temperatures much cooler this morning, Rossi ran into some unexpected problems and his team were force mehr >>


MotoGP: Valentino Rossi sixth while Guintoli surprises with fastest time

The twelfth round of the MotoGP World Championship got underway at Brno in the Czech Republic today, with Fiat Yamaha Riders Valentino Rossi and Colin Edwards finishing the day in sixth and thirteenth positions after two free practice sessions. Yamaha Tech 3 rider Sylvain Guintoli topped the MotoGP free practice charts for the first time in his career With scorching suns mehr >>


MotoGP: FIAT Yamaha ready to come out fighting at Brno

The Fiat Yamaha Team return from the MotoGP summer break this week ready for a flying re-start to the season as the World Championship resumes with round twelve of eighteen at Brno. Valentino Rossi heads into the Czech Republic Grand Prix lying second in the standings, just as he did last season when he returned from the midseason break with a 51-point gap to Nicky Hayde mehr >>


MotoGP: Tech 3 Yamaha MotoGP rider announcement

Tech 3 Yamaha would like to announce that it has secured the services of James Toseland for the 2008 season. The British rider will begin his MotoGP career with the Yamaha factory supported organisation next year. Toseland – who is currently leading the Superbike World Championship by 43 points – has already proved his racing credentials. He was the youngest ever World S mehr >>


MotoGP: Yamaha MotoGP rider announcement

Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd announces that it has concluded a two-year agreement with 250cc World Champion Jorge Lorenzo. The 20-year-old Spaniard will make his MotoGP debut in 2008 aboard a YZR-M1, with direct Factory support. Lorenzo, who won the 250 title in 2006, is currently leading the championship, after winning six out of the first ten races this season. "Yama mehr >>


MotoGP: Fourth place for Rossi after dissapointing US Grand Prix Laguna Seca

Valentino Rossi took fourth place in the US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca today, after a spirited ride in difficult conditions from fifth on the grid. Team-mate Edwards was unable to fulfil his dream of a home-race success and crossed the line in eleventh after a race led from flag-to-flag by series leader Casey Stoner. Rossi lost some ground at the start and found himself b mehr >>


MotoGP: Second and third row for FIAT Yamaha after eventful day in Laguna

QUALIFYING 1 REPORT 21/07/2007 Valentino Rossi recovered from an unlucky fall in this morning's free practice session to qualify in fifth position today, putting his Fiat Yamaha Team M1 onto the middle of the second row for tomorrow's US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca. Team-mate and home favourite Colin Edwards meanwhile struggled with set-up problems and was unable to mehr >>


MotoGP: Edwards and Rossi fourth and sixth as action commences in California

Fiat Yamaha Team riders Colin Edwards and Valentino Rossi got off to a solid start today at the US Grand Prix at Laguna Seca, finishing the day fourth and sixth in the combined standings. With the track newly resurfaced and the temperatures sitting comfortably in the high twenties, riding conditions were vastly improved from this time last year and times were fast from the start. mehr >>


MotoGP: Edwards to run "Texas Tornado' livery in Laguna Seca

Fiat Yamaha Team rider Colin Edwards will contest his home Grand Prix at Laguna Seca this weekend in a one-off special livery, starting from first practice on Friday. The popular American is well known to his legion of fans, both on home shores and worldwide, as the ‘Texas Tornado' and this weekend's livery has been inspired by his famous nickname. The livery, which is F mehr >>

FIAT Yamaha riders aim to end Laguna Seca drought 19.07.2007

MotoGP: FIAT Yamaha riders aim to end Laguna Seca drought

SETUP REPORT The Fiat Yamaha Team head to California this weekend for the eleventh round of the MotoGP World Championship in determined mood as they look to bury the memory of a nightmare race at Laguna Seca last year and avenge Valentino Rossi's misfortune mehr >>


MotoGP: Standings after German GP Sachsenring

Rider Standings 15/07/2007 1. Casey Stoner Ducati AUS 196 2. Valentino Rossi Yamaha ITA 164 3. Daniel Pedrosa Honda ESP 144 4. John Hopkins Suzuki USA 103 5. Marco Melandri Honda ITA 97 6. Chris Vermeulen Suzuki AUS 93 7. Colin Edwards Yamaha USA 88 8. Loris Capirossi Ducati ITA 77 9. Nicky Ha mehr >>


MotoGP: Edwards takes fighting fourth in Germany as Rossi slides out

Fiat Yamaha Team rider Colin Edwards rode a strong race in sweltering conditions today to take a best-ever Sachsenring finish of fourth, after starting from thirteenth on the grid for the German Grand Prix. Team-mate Valentino Rossi had a disappointing day as he slid out of the race early on when challenging for sixth position, in a race which was led from start to finish by Dani mehr >>


MotoGP: First double victory for KTM at German Grand Prix

Hiroshi Aoyama and Mika Kallio came home in brilliant KTM "Ready to Race" style to snatch a double victory in a thrilling 250 cc race on Germany's Sachsenring on Sunday. The result was the team's best ever in a single Grand Prix race. The two "Orange" factory riders thrilled the more than 101000 fans with a long and hectic battle on the circuit mehr >>


MotoGP: Rossi and Edwards commence German challenge at the Sachsenring

After enjoying a short break following his epic victory in Holland, Fiat Yamaha Team rider Valentino Rossi was back in strong form for the first day of the German Grand Prix today, finishing a close second in the combined standings behind Casey Stoner. His team-mate Edwards was a little further back in eighth but both riders were happy with the way they were quickly able to adapt mehr >>

Bridgestone GP Briefing – Round 10: Germany Sachsenring 12.07.2007

MotoGP: Bridgestone GP Briefing – Round 10: Germany Sachsenring

The German Grand Prix will represent the start of the second half of this year’s 18-race MotoGP world championship with Bridgestone-shod Ducati Corse rider Casey Stoner leading the classification by 21 points over his nearest challenger, former multi world champion Valentino Rossi. mehr >>


MotoGP: High hopes at meandering Sachsenring

Red Bull KTM riders Tomoyoshi Koyama and Randy Krummenacher have been testing a new chassis on their 125 FRR - and are now even more confident for the German Grand Prix on the meandering and challenging Sachsenring circuit this weekend. With one victory, one second and one third place for Tomoyoshi Koyama, and with Randy Krummenacher climbing the podium for the mehr >>

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