Jorge Lorenzo has a simple game plan for this Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix at Motegi: Win the race and take the MotoGP World Championship to a title decider at the final round in Valencia, Spain in two weeks.Japan GP, Jorge Lorenzo, Marc Marquez, MotoGP
The FIA’s Ethics Committee has sided with Jean Todt over the support agreements issue – and left would-be presidential candidate David Ward struggling to find the support with which to be formally nominated.
If he doesn’t, Todt will be unopposed in the coming election.David Ward, FIA, Formula 1, Jean Todt
Daniil Kvyat has denied his surprise promotion to Toro Rosso for 2014 is being powered by Russian sponsors.
“To come into Formula One, especially with Toro Rosso, all that matters is the performance and the results,” the 19-year-old GP3 driver told Championat.Daniil Kvyat, Formula 1, Red Bull Racing, Toro Rosso
In the final round of the triple-header at the AirAsia Grand Prix of Japan in Motegi, Repsol Honda Team’s Marc Marquez will get another shot at taking the title if he out-scores Yamaha Factory Racing’s Jorge Lorenzo by eight points or more while also seeing off the renewed challenge of his own teammate, Dani Pedrosa.
Marquez, who in the previous round was disqualified due to a team error regarding the then-compulsory mid-way bike swap, will be looking to make amends at Honda’s home track. With the stop-and-go nature of the Motegi circuit, both he and Pedrosa will be two of the favorites for victory.Dani Pedrosa, Japan GP, Jorge Lorenzo, Marc Marquez, MotoGP, Twin Ring Motegi
Plenty of excitement was on hand Saturday night for the 2013 Monster Energy Cup in Las Vegas. The Ricky Carmichael-designed track and the potential of $1 million up for grabs made for an unforgettable evening of Supercross. By the end, James Stewart had won two of the three main events, earned his first Monster Energy Cup, and collected a $100,000 award prize.
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