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2024 NASCAR Cup Series schedule revealed

The year will begin with the pre-season exhibition race at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum for the third consecutive year, which will be February 4th at 8 p.m. EST. on FOX. The NASCAR Mexico Series will join the event, competing just before the Cup Series race.You'll immediately notice some changes to the schedule once you look beyond the Daytona 500. There will be two drafting tracks back-to-back to ...Keep reading
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Chaz Mostert forms McLaren GT team

Mostert has teamed up with Guy McEntyre and Gareth Whiteley to form Method Motorsport, which will field McLaren GT4 cars in Australia next season.The team is set to debut at the 2024 Bathurst 12 Hour before running a national GT4 programme with a pair of McLaren Artura GT4 cars as an official McLaren customer squad.Mostert – a highly successful GT racer with Rolex 24 and Spa 24 titles to his ...Keep reading
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Grosjean files for arbitration against Andretti, citing to rights protection

The 37-year-old Swiss-born Frenchman shared the latest update via social media, with a statement that also acknowledged his departure from the team, which recently became known as Andretti Global.The statement read:“I enjoyed working with the IndyCar team at Andretti Autosport, and am proud of the successes we shared through two seasons. I am thankful for the many friendships developed at the ...Keep reading
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Why Aston Martin is right to return to Le Mans

Ferrari returning to the Le Mans 24 Hours was arguably the biggest motorsport story of 2021, while the famous Italian marque’s victory in the French classic will probably stand as this year’s feel-good moment. This week’s Aston Martin announcement should be viewed in a similar way.For sportscar fans, Aston Martin’s comeback is a big deal and – whisper it – endurance competition is the ...Keep reading
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Aston Martin GT commitment unchanged by Valkyrie LMH announcement

The British manufacturer will remain involved in the GT3 and GT4 classes for the foreseeable future, it was announced on the launch of the Valkyrie programme on Wednesday. To that effect, Aston will be producing new versions of its GT3 and GT4 customer cars on the Vantage platform in conjunction with Prodrive under the Aston Martin Racing banner in time for next season. These will be ...Keep reading
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Aston Martin to return to Le Mans 24 Hours in 2025 with Valkyrie LMH

The winner of Le Mans in 1959 has firmed up the plans outlined by Motorsport.com last month to revive the Valkyrie LMH project mothballed early in 2020 for twin assaults on the World Endurance Championship and the IMSA SportsCar Championship.It announced the race programmes starting in 2025 on Wednesday at the AMR Technology Campus at Silverstone that incorporates the new headquarters of the Aston ...Keep reading
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Indy NXT set with 14 races as ’24 schedule revealed

For the first time since 2015, the IndyCar Series’ development category will compete on the historic 1-mile oval at Wisconsin State Fairgrounds Park, which is set as the penultimate round on Saturday, Aug. 31.The addition of Milwaukee bolsters the number of oval races on the schedule to three, with continued visits to Iowa Speedway (July 13) and the 1.25-mile track formerly known as Gateway ...Keep reading
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Hyundai expects challenge to manage Neuville and Tanak in WRC 2024

Hyundai has announced that 2019 world champion Tanak will rejoin the Korean squad for the 2024 campaign, which will see the Estonian reunite with five-time WRC title runner-up Neuville.The pair were previously team-mates at Hyundai from 2020-2022.Following Tanak's departure from Hyundai at the end of 2022, Abiteboul made it clear after taking up the team principal role for 2023 that Neuville ...Keep reading
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Verstappen not the only one cruising to the F1 finale

For the first time ever, the F1 global partner will be mooring up one of their stunning cruise ships, MSC Virtuosa, at the championship's finale location – Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates – to offer a twist on the traditional hospitality experience."The idea is to provide a fully integrated Grand Prix experience that will bring the trackside thrills of the final race of the season on ...Keep reading
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Crutchlow thinks MotoGP field "may as well not turn up" with Marquez on Ducati

On Wednesday afternoon, Honda announced that it had mutually agreed with Marquez to terminate his four-year contract a season early.He will now join Gresini to race a year-old Ducati, though the Italian outfit is yet to say anything publicly.This comes amidst a difficult year for Honda and Marquez, in which he has scored just one grand prix podium in 14 rounds aboard the uncompetitive ...Keep reading
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Marquez thanks Honda for “unrepeatable” MotoGP tenure following exit announcement

Honda announced on Wednesday afternoon that it had agreed by mutual consent with Marquez to terminate his four-year contract a season early at the end of 2023.This follows a miserable year for Marquez and Honda as an uncompetitive RC213V has caused him numerous injury issues, and has allowed him to score just one grand prix podium – last weekend in Japan – in 14 rounds.Marquez’s future has ...Keep reading
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Marc Marquez will leave Honda MotoGP team for Gresini Ducati

By mutual agreement, Marquez and Honda will break one of the most fruitful alliances in the history of MotoGP, which has yielded a total of six world titles over eleven seasons between 2013 and 2023.The Spaniard made his debut with Honda in 2013 and won the championship, before adding a second in 2014. Marquez then dominated from 2016 to 2019, winning the championship four years in a row - with ...Keep reading
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How Qatar is winning F1's airline race

The company has already made an impact during its first year in the sport as F1's official airline partner, and that will only become more apparent if Max Verstappen clinches the World Championship at Lusail this weekend, drawing further attention to the race title sponsor.For decades airlines studiously avoided F1, and it was always said that they didn't want the public to see crashing racing ...Keep reading
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What compels a MotoGP rider to return to something that almost killed him?

Life has a particularly cruel way of biting you on the arse. Pol Espargaro moved to the factory Honda squad for 2021, leaving behind a KTM project he in no small part was responsible for developing into a race winner, hopeful of taking the big next step in his MotoGP career.Two podiums aside, what transpired was two years of misery as the RC123V struggled to be competitive and Honda soon alienated ...Keep reading
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F1 will avoid sunshine tyre tricks if tyre blanket ban happens

F1 chiefs are eyeing a move to ban tyre warmers from 2025, even though previous attempts to push through on outlawing them have all fallen through late on.The belief is that removing the need for teams to transport the blankets, as well as run them on race weekends, will deliver significant sustainability benefits.Other international motor racing series do operate without tyre blankets, but this ...Keep reading
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M-Sport likely to target young drivers for WRC 2024 after Tanak exit

The British squad has been forced to reconsider its driver options for next season following confirmation its star signing Tanak has elected to leave the team after one season.The news comes just days after Tanak scored a convincing win at last weekend’s Rally Chile, his second victory of the season for the team in a campaign littered with misfortune and reliability woes.Read Also:

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Alpine admits it needs to improve communication after F1 team orders row

Pierre Gasly was left angry after the Suzuka race, having been told on the final lap to slow down and let team-mate Esteban Ocon through to take ninth place.Alpine had put in the request because it had swapped its drivers around in a bid to see if Gasly could close down and chase Fernando Alonso, who was running ahead of them on the road.Gasly was upset at the late position switch because he felt ...Keep reading
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Tanak to leave M-Sport and rejoin Hyundai for WRC 2024

The 2019 world champion's move comes just days after scoring a second victory of the WRC season with M-Sport at Rally Chile last weekend.This will be Tanak's second spell driving for the Korean marque after sensationally leaving the team with a year remaining on his contract at the end of the 2022 season.Aside from wins in Sweden and Chile, and a second in Croatia, Tanak's 2023 campaign at M-Sport ...Keep reading
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Marquez doubts recent podium form will continue in final MotoGP races

The India/Japan double-header provided a welcome boost for Marquez and Honda amidst an otherwise dire campaign.Marquez scored his first podium since the season-opener in the India sprint when he was third, and was fighting in the rostrum battle in the grand prix at Buddh before crashing out.In Japan, Marquez was able to fight through to third in the wet flag-to-flag grand prix to mark his first ...Keep reading
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How the FIA went from seven F1 new team bids to Andretti

And while there remain some big challenges ahead, because Andretti still needs to agree a commercial deal with FOM to be allowed to race, it is the closest F1 has had to a new team entrant for a while.As Motorsport.com's sister site Motorsport-Total.com revealed over the Japanese Grand Prix weekend, Andretti was the last team standing after just four candidates had made it through to the second ...Keep reading
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How MotoGP inspired F1's latest TV innovation

The folk who create the F1 world feed are always looking for new camera angles with which to entertain the fans, and the latest owes a debt to MotoGP.First tried in F1 on the nose of Carlos Sainz's Ferrari at Zandvoort last year, and seen again on Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes over the Japanese GP weekend, the gyro camera keeps the horizon steady and gives a clear impression of the angle of the car in ...Keep reading
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Ford's Bathurst 1000 parity hopes fading

There is a tense holding pattern in the Supercars paddock this evening as the deadlock over parity continues.The Ford teams have arrived at Mount Panorama armed with parts that can be fitted to the existing front bar of the Mustang.The Blue Oval has been campaigning for the changes to be approved by Supercars to alleviate the alleged disparity between the Mustang the Camaro.It is argued by Ford ...Keep reading
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Toyota teams can’t pin hopes on common dampers, say drivers

As revealed by Motorsport.com in July, Super Formula is set to outlaw open damper development, a core part of the single-seater series’ philosophy for many years, for the 2024 campaign and mandate standardised dampers.Paddock sources have indicated that Ohlins is poised to become the sole supplier for dampers, although the championship itself has not yet made any announcement.Read ...Keep reading
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2023 F1 Qatar Grand Prix session timings and preview

Max Verstappen goes to the Lusail International Circuit with a chance of wrapping up the 2023 F1 title.The Red Bull driver needs to score only three points, which he can amass in the Sprint on Saturday, in order to clinch his third consecutive championship.Qatar is returning to the calendar this year after a one-year break, and the paddock has been heavily upgraded since F1 last visited the nation ...Keep reading
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2023 Bathurst 1000 – Start time, how to watch, channel & more

A 28-car field will tackle Mount Panorama over the next four days with the 25 regulars joined by wildcard efforts from Triple Eight, Dick Johnson Racing and the Blanchard Racing Team.The form suggests that the title contenders will be tough to beat, with the Triple Eight and Erebus Camaros the class of the field last time out at Sandown.The Sandown 500 was won by Broc Feeney and Jamie Whincup ...Keep reading
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2023 Supercars Bathurst 1000 session times and preview

The annual pilgrimage to the Mountain will come to life on Thursday ahead of four days of track action at the most famous circuit in Australia.Those four days will make up the 60th anniversary running of the Great Race.It's been a fascinating build up to the Repco Bathurst 1000 this year thanks to several factors, such as the return of the Sandown 500, and the ongoing battle over parity.For the ...Keep reading
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How Sargeant can save his Williams F1 seat

Sargeant has six races left with which to secure his place on the F1 grid, and despite the public show of faith from team principal James Vowles, it’s obvious that he’ll have to improve his performance relative to team-mate Alex Albon while staying clear of trouble.Inevitably, the knowledge that the clock is ticking will only pile on the pressure in the coming weeks, especially when he races ...Keep reading
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Iowa Speedway to join NASCAR Cup schedule in 2024

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds held a press conference on Tuesday morning to reveal the news.The 7/8th-mile paved short track, located in Newton, Iowa, will host a NASCAR race weekend on June 14-16 next season with an ARCA Menards Series race on June 14, a Xfinity race on June 15 and a Cup event on June 16.Iowa was on the ARCA schedule this season and the Xfinity Series last competed at Iowa in 2019 ...Keep reading
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WRC Chile: Five things you may have missed

M-Sport and Tanak proved tyre decisions are still crucialTyre compounds proved ultimately decisive in determining the outcome of Rally Chile; it's an aspect rarely seen in the modern WRC.Crews expected abrasive roads ahead of the WRC’s return to the South American nation but not to the extent as witnessed last Saturday.While there was plenty of focus on Toyota’s ultimately incorrect decision ...Keep reading
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Quartararo explains slicks-in-wet “challenge” in MotoGP Japanese GP

Rainfall prior to the start of Sunday’s grand prix at Motegi led to the entire field running the entire first lap on slicks as conditions rapidly deteriorated.Having started 14th, Yamaha’s Quartararo elected to carry on for another lap as the majority of the field pitted at the end of the first tour for their wet bikes.Quartararo stuck it out for just one more lap, however, and pitted at the ...Keep reading
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"A lot of unknowns" facing Porsche at Petit Le Mans IMSA showdown - Tandy

The factory Porsche 963 squad has won three of the eight races in which GTP cars have been eligible in the first season for IMSA's new cars featuring spec hybrid systems, including the last two at Road America and Indianapolis.Tandy and Mathieu Jaminet are one of only two crews to have won more than once this season in Porsche's return to prototype racing and could have added further victories at ...Keep reading
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Why the FIA’s traffic busting stance may prove tricky for cold Las Vegas

Ever since the Italian Grand Prix last month, the FIA has been refining its approach to the inherent difficulties of slow cars in qualifying causing problems for cars on quick laps.In the past, the only demand placed on drivers was for them to maintain a minimum speed on their lap back to the pits after putting in a hot lap – as this prevented them from dawdling and causing trouble for ...Keep reading
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Meyer Shank to pause IMSA program in 2024 but plans comeback

In a statement issued on Tuesday morning, Meyer Shank said it will put its full-focus on IndyCar next year, where it will field two cars for Tom Blomqvist and Felix Rosenqvist, and an additional third entry at Indy 500 for Helio Castroneves.No reason was mentioned behind MSR decision to ‘pause’ its IMSA GTP effort with Acura, but the team stated that it will retain all its staff in order to ...Keep reading
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Arrow McLaren, Juncos Hollinger Racing joining forces to create strategic alliance

The formation will include focus on the commercial side and “may evolve over time,” according to a joint release from the respective teams. Additionally, there will be a combined strategic focus.With both organizations being powered by Team Chevy, it provides a more seamless opportunity to also look at the possibility to develop talent, extending to drivers, engineers and mechanics.Arrow ...Keep reading
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McLaren tips Mercedes to “jump back” strongly in F1 2024

The Woking-based team has impressed greatly this season, having transformed its MCL60 from a midfield contender at the start of the campaign to fighting regularly for podium finishes. But despite its current strong form, McLaren team principal Andrea Stella said recently that it has not yet achieved half of what it wants to do with its car’s aerodynamics. That means there is good scope for ...Keep reading
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Ricciardo set to delay F1 return to United States GP

Ricciardo, paid by McLaren to leave the team for this season, was called to replace sacked AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries from Hungary. But two rounds later, the Australian crashed in practice at Zandvoort, sustaining a broken metacarpal in his left hand and flew to Spain for immediate surgery.Red Bull team boss Christian Horner supposed that Ricciardo might initially target a return for Qatar ...Keep reading
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NASCAR fines drivers Crafton and Sanchez for Talladega fight

NASCAR issued a behavioral penalty for both drivers in violation of Sections 4.3 A & 4.4 D: NASCAR Member Conduct & NASCAR Member Code of Conduct of the Truck Series Rulebook.Crafton was fined $25,000 and Sanchez $5,000 for their respective involvement. In addition, NASCAR has suspended Sanchez’s father, Rene, for the remainder of the season for getting involved in the altercation.According to ...Keep reading
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What's next for Andretti's F1 entry - and could it fall at the final hurdle?

This may yet be the most difficult challenge yet for Andretti; although it has proven to the FIA that it has merit on sporting, technical, and financial grounds, thrashing out a deal with FOM will be tough given that the existing 10 teams will put the championship under pressure.After all, the existing teams have their own vested interests, and have been conspicuously cool to the prospect of any ...Keep reading
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Bezzecchi’s Motegi MotoGP Turn 1 clash stopped Bagnaia ‘flight’

The VR46 Ducati rider launched from fourth on the grid in last Sunday’s flag-to-flag grand prix at Motegi and would ultimately go on to finish there.However, at the first corner on the opening lap, he was involved in an incident with Aprilia’s Vinales, which squeezed him wide into Pramac’s Johann Zarco.Vinales crashed into the gravel while Zarco dropped down the order. Bezzecchi escaped any ...Keep reading
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AlphaTauri plays down talk of running Red Bull RB19 F1 clone in 2024

As part of a shake-up at AlphaTauri agreed by its energy drinks owner earlier this year, the squad has been pushed to forge closer ties with Red Bull in a bid to lift its competitive fortunes under a new identity. This shift in stance will manifest itself in eventually having more aero staff based in the UK at a new facility that is being lined up, as well as taking more customer parts off sister ...Keep reading
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Alpine F1 team made profit of £26.2m in 2022

Boosted by the arrival of new title sponsor BWT and the prize money associated with fourth place in the world championship, the team increased its income from £201,485,000 in 2021 to £249,038,000 last year, representing a gain of 23.6%.Cost of sales, the measure of what the team spent on its overall operation, rose at a slower rate of 21.6% from £145,264,000 to £170,395,000.The team notes that ...Keep reading
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Michelin commits to SUPER GT's GT300 class after GT500 exit

Earlier this year, Michelin stunned the Japanese series’ paddock with the announcement that it would pull out of GT500 at the end of the 2023 season, ending its long-standing agreement to supply the #3 NDDP Racing and #23 NISMO Nissan entries.At the time, it was left deliberately vague as to whether Michelin would continue to supply tyres to customer teams in the GT300 class.Read ...Keep reading
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Arrow McLaren refreshes organization with title changes to leadership

Gavin Ward’s title is changing from Racing Director to Team Principal, which comes as a reflection to his responsibilities of overseeing the program. Ward, who joined Arrow McLaren in July 2022 and took on his current role ahead of the 2023 season, will continue to report directly to McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown.Last offseason saw Arrow McLaren grow by 40%, with several additions to personnel ...Keep reading
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Charlotte Roval is Kyle Busch's "last shot" to stay in playoffs

Busch, who spun on his own in last week’s race at Texas Motor Speedway, had a competitive run going in Sunday’s race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway until a bizarre incident unfolded on the last lap of the first 60-lap stage.Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who was running up front, apparently ran out of fuel on the final lap and slowed dramatically, sending the cars behind him scurrying out of the ...Keep reading
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FIA approves Andretti application for 11th F1 team slot

Following months of analysis by the FIA over the expressions of interest to join F1 from 2025 at the earliest, the governing body has finally announced the outcome of its efforts.In a statement issued on Monday, it said that Andretti was the only applicant that was being put forward to the third and final stage of selection, which involves F1's commercial rights holders.But while the FIA is happy ...Keep reading
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WRC Chile win "can only help" M-Sport's future

The Ford squad put an end to a rough run of results last Sunday when Tanak and co-driver Martin Jarveoja scored a first victory since February's Rally Sweden triumph.Heading into Chile, the British outfit had scored two podiums in a campaign that had been blighted by misfortune and reliability woes.However, Tanak and the team were unstoppable on Chile's tyre-punishing gravel roads. The convincing ...Keep reading
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10 things we learned from the 2023 MotoGP Japanese Grand Prix

The MotoGP title battle has intensified after Jorge Martin romped to a double victory at the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix. Having already dealt significant damage to Francesco Bagnaia's championship lead in India after the factory Ducati rider crashed out of the grand prix, Martin twisted the knife in Japan.Storming (quite literally on Sunday) to his second brace of wins in three rounds, Martin is ...Keep reading
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Aston Martin admits it must turn around trend of F1 season

The Silverstone-based outfit began 2023 as Red Bull’s main challenger, with Fernando Alonso rolling off five podium finishes from the first six races. He also had a shot at winning the Monaco Grand Prix. But since the midpoint of the season, Aston Martin’s form has fallen back, and Alonso has had just one podium – second place in the Dutch GP – in the last eight races. It has also ...Keep reading
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Suninen apologises to Hyundai for costly WRC Rally Chile mistake

The Finn, competing in only his third start driving a Rally1 hybrid, appeared on course to finish on the podium following an impressive run through Friday and Saturday in the final gravel round of the season.Suninen briefly led the rally after winning stage four before slotting into second, which he held until an error on the event's penultimate stage. The 29-year-old was in a battle with ...Keep reading
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How five metres led to "angry" Zarco being thrown out of Motegi MotoGP result

The 24-lap race on Sunday at Motegi was red-flagged at the beginning of the 14th tour owing to heavy rain.Seconds before the race was stopped, Zarco aquaplaned coming out of the tunnel section into Turn 12 and slid off his Ducati while running in sixth.Zarco got his bike back to the pitlane within the mandated five-minute limit but was not allowed to take the ultimately aborted restart.According ...Keep reading
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