The inaugural Arizona Concours d’Elegance, a premium automotive event that starts up Arizona collector-car auction week, has chosen Packard and Maserati as its honored marques for the Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, concours held at the historic Arizona Biltmore Resort and Hotel.
Plenty of drama played out this weekend for the Australia GP.
Take a look at the events leading up to Marc Marquez receiving a disqualification after failing to pit within the designated rules as outlined by Race Direction. The disqualification for Marquez was simply a worst case scenario for the Repsol Honda rider as Jorge Lorenzo earned the total possible points -25- for his first place finish.
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A Danish newspaper has looked into the future and spotted Kevin Magnussen, the brand new Formula Renault 3.5 champion, at McLaren in 2015.
The report in the tabloid newspaper Ekstra Bladet also said the now 21-year-old Dane’s Honda-powered teammate in two years time will be none other than Fernando Alonso.
James Stewart’s decision to race in this year’s Monster Energy Cup paid off big-time, as the Yoshimura Suzuki rider won two of the three main events Saturday night to capture the $100,000 dollar cash prize in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Unfortunately, Stewart’s shot at claiming the $1 million dollar prize – awarded to any rider who could win all three motos – was erased after 2011 Monster Energy Cup champ Ryan Villopoto won Main Event No. 1.
“The first race I rode really good,” said Stewart. “It’s funny… even with an eighth place in this three race format, you can still win [overall]. I knew I had to come out and do good.”
Valentino Rossi delivered another exciting performance at the Tissot Australian Grand Prix, fighting to take third place on the podium.
Following concerns over the safety of the Bridgestone tyres to last full race distance the race was changed to incorporate a bike change at the ten-lap mark, with the total laps reduced to 19.