Rea Doubles Up At Misano

Jonathan Rea completed the Misano World Superbike double after snatching victory from Michael van der Mark, while Marco Melandri was third in a thrilling Sunday race. Barni Racing’s Xavi Fores took the holeshot into the first corner ahead of van der Mark on the Yamaha and Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes, while Rea scythed his way up…

Mercedes- Ferrari War Of Words

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has suggested Ferrari’s opening-lap collisions with his drivers are either ‘deliberate or incompetence’ after Lewis Hamilton was spun around by Kimi Raikkonen at the British Grand Prix. Just two races on from Valtteri Bottas being hit at the French Grand Prix by Sebastian Vettel at the first corner, Raikkonen made a…

The latest Edition Of Motorsport World Is Now On Sale

The latest edition of Motorsport World is now on sale at Spar-Pick n Pay- garage shops and airports. In it you will find all the latest news including: Hamilton Not Impressed KTM Has Hit The Wall The Rossi Blame Game Sykes-Rae – Major Tension Ferrari Must Sign Leclere Toyota Offer Raikkonen Test All that plus…

Silverstone Will Provide Ultimate Test

Silverstone – venue for this weekend’s British Grand Prix – is a unique racing track featuring some of the most exciting corner complexes of the year which test the cars to the limit, especially in the Aerodynamic department. At the same time, since the new chassis rules were introduced in 2017, this is one of…

Pedrosa To Reveal His Plans

Dani Pedrosa has announced he has reached a decision on his MotoGP future, and intends to reveal his plans in a press conference next Thursday at the Sachsenring. Although the Spaniard has been strongly linked to the new Petronas-backed satellite Yamaha team set to join the grid in 2019, it’s thought retirement is now a…

Vinales Still Has Title Hopes

Maverick Vinales hopes he can still challenge Marc Marquez for the 2018 MotoGP title if Yamaha brings a “big” update after the summer break. Vinales scored only his second podium of the season at Assen, narrowly missing out on second place to Alex Rins, and now lies 47 points adrift of Marquez at the head…

Ferrari Switch Would Have Been Brutal

Ferrari would have been “brutal” had it switched Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel’s places with team orders in the Austrian Grand Prix, says Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff. Vettel retook the F1 championship lead from Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton by one point with third place behind Raikkonen on a day when both Mercedes retired. Having…