Tags : Dorna

Ducati to stay in MotoGP till 2026

Ducati and Dorna Sports SL are pleased to announce. They have signed an agreement to guarantee the Bologna-based manufacturer’s presence in the MotoGP World Championship from 2022 to 2026. Since its debut in 2003, Ducati has played a leading role in the premier class of the MotoGP World Championship.  After only 6 Grands Prix, Ducati […]Read More

Sepang MotoGP shakedown tests are cancelled

The FIM, IRTA and Dorna Sports regret announcing the Shakedown Test and the Official Sepang Test. Triumph teases it’s 2021 Street Triple 1200 RS. FBI raids Ducati North America headquarters Indian motorcycle manufacturers hike the prices. Spacebar a versatile scooter from Katalis The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdowns. And complications have obliged the […]Read More

2021 WorldSBK calendar is out

The 13 round much-awaited WSBK calendar for 2021 is out. The last round is still is yet to be finalized. We see the first round from 23 to 25 April, and the location is Assen, Netherlands. Kawasaki W175 spied in India KTM ready for Super Duro 2020 Joan Mir stands tall in 2020 MotoGP season From […]Read More

British supersport to involve 765cc and 955cc twin machines

The FIM, International series organizers DWO and MSVR are to collaborate on the future evolution of the Supersport racing category. The production derived intermediate class is long-established. But as the motorcycle market evolves. It is clear that changes are required to allow more motorcycle models to become eligible. Aprilia RS660 snapped while testing Marquez stays […]Read More

Dorna issues fresh statement on the 2020 MotoGP and WSBK

With Catalan GP getting postponed. Now Dorna has issued the below statement on the ongoing Corona pandemic. Dorna Statement The coronavirus pandemic is ongoing and has already resulted in revisions to the 2020 calendar for the MotoGP™ World Championship, including the postponement or rescheduling of a number of events. In light of the continued uncertainty, Dorna Sports […]Read More

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