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Ex-Formula 1 driver Heikki Kovalainen says he is amazed by the way his Sard Super GT team has emerged as the championship leader after last weekend's Thailand round.
Former Formula 1 drivers Heikki Kovalainen and Kamui Kobayashi came out on top in a three-way, all-Lexus fight to win the Thailand round of Super GT series.
Honda locked out the Super GT front row for the third time in 2018 as the Mugen NSX-GT of Hideki Mutoh and Daisuke Nakajima claimed pole position in Thailand.
Aprilia's Eugene Laverty says he was “trapped in a nightmare” in the aftermath of his horror crash in Thailand's World Superbike round, in which he was struck by Jordi Torres.
Reigning World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea cruised to his 55th career win and his first of 2018 ahead of Xavi Fores in the opening race in Thailand.
Rajiv Sethu and Anish Shetty returned empty handed from the opening round of Asia Road Racing Championship in Buriram, Thailand.
Andrea Dovizioso says he never considered reverting to last year's Ducati GP17 in Thailand testing after Jorge Lorenzo returned to using the old machine on Sunday.
Johann Zarco believes he is "close to 100 percent" of the potential of the 2016 Yamaha MotoGP package following the second pre-season test of the year in Thailand.
Marc Marquez has indicated that Honda has settled on continuing with its latest-spec MotoGP engine despite worries the new unit is overly "aggressive".
Valentino Rossi admits Yamaha is “relying on fate” for the opening rounds of the 2018 MotoGP season, as a potential fix for the team's acceleration issue could be “months” away.
Maverick Vinales says the Thailand MotoGP test has been "by long the worst" for him since he joined Yamaha, as he struggled on the final day following a promising Saturday.
Reigning MotoGP champion Marc Marquez made a late surge to the head of the times on the second day of testing in Thailand, beating factory Honda teammate Dani Pedrosa.
Valentino Rossi admits he is “not optimistic” for the opening rounds of the 2018 MotoGP season if Yamaha cannot quickly solve its "worrying" electronics issues.