Australian GP (2016)
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In his latest Motorsport.com column, ex-500cc star Randy Mamola talks about the version of Jorge Lorenzo he saw at Phillip Island - a "different rider", fearful and off the pace.
Amid last weekend's terrible weather at Phillip Island, there were calls by some to have the date of the Australian MotoGP race moved to March. Andrew van Leeuwen explains why that would be a bad idea.
Bradley Smith says he is surprised at the way he was able to come through the field to finish eighth in Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix, only his second race back from injury.
Maverick Vinales will "give it everything” to beat Jorge Lorenzo to finish third in the MotoGP points standings after taking another podium finish at Phillip Island.
Nicky Hayden admits he has no interest in giving Jack Miller a smooch following their run-in in the closing stages of the Australian Grand Prix, despite Miller apologising after the race.
Marc Marquez admits that part of the reason for crashing out of the lead of the Australian Grand Prix was the extra confidence that came with winning his third MotoGP title.
Cal Crutchlow has admitted he was “terrified” about crashing out of the lead of the Australian Grand Prix once he had inherited the top spot from Marc Marquez sliding off his bike.
Cal Crutchlow secured a second MotoGP win for LCR Honda, after early leader Marc Marquez crashed out of a comfortable lead, 10 laps in.
Jorge Lorenzo says he was lucky to make Q2 after a poor showing on a drying Phillip Island track that saw the outgoing MotoGP champion qualify 12th.
Valentino Rossi has blamed a lack of feeling in his front tyre on a wet-but-drying track for his uncompetitive showing in Phillip Island qualifying, his worst Saturday performance in five years.
Jack Miller admits that he’s “kicking himself” after missing out on a front row qualifying spot at his home Grand Prix, blaming a combination of the wrong tyre choice and a mistake on his last lap.
Cal Crutchlow has lamented his tyre choice during qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix, saying he feels he could have challenged poleman Marc Marquez with a slick front tyre.
Marc Marquez dominated qualifying at Phillip Island, while Valentino Rossi slumped to his worst starting position in five years.
Marc Marquez topped a wet/dry third practice session at Phillip Island, while Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo, and Maverick Vinales all missed out on an automatic Q2 berth.
Cal Crutchlow has slammed Michelin for allocating a tyre that it will only allow riders to complete 10 laps on for this weekend’s Phillip Island MotoGP race.
Valentino Rossi has explained that a misinterpretation of the rules surrounding maximum stint length on the supersoft wet tyre was to blame for his laptimes being cancelled in first practice.
MotoGP organisers have extended Saturday morning’s third practice session at Phillip Island after Friday’s running was compromised by poor weather.
MotoGP running has been cut short for the day at Phillip Island, wet weather causing the second practice session to be red-flagged and then cancelled.
Cal Crutchlow edged out Valentino Rossi in a sopping wet opening practice session at Phillip Island.
Re-crowned MotoGP champion Marc Marquez is targeting a repeat of his 2015 Australian Grand Prix victory this weekend at Phillip Island to celebrate his third title in style.
Cal Crutchlow says he believes home hero Jack Miller would have been the “natural call” to replace the injured Dani Pedrosa for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
Former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden has revealed he “couldn’t say no” to the offer of replacing the injured Dani Pedrosa for this weekend’s Phillip Island race.
Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo arrive at Phillip Island for this weekend's MotoGP race uncertain about the performance of the Michelin tyres, following several crashes in last winter's test.
MotoGP teams will test this weekend at Phillip Island a messaging system with which riders will be informed of certain parameters on a dashboard.
The riders themselves hailed last year’s 2015 Pramac Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix race as one of the best in recent memory – with 52 overtakes among the top four riders and 13 lead changes.
Hector Barbera will get a second race with the Ducati factory team as he compete in place of the injured Andrea Iannone at Phillip Island.