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MotoGP / Ducati proved MotoGP team order claims in 2022 were "bullshit"
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on November 30, 2022, 01:13:02 PM »
Ducati proved MotoGP team order claims in 2022 were "bullshit"

Francesco Bagnaia ended a 15-year wait for Ducati when he won the world title at the Valencia finale earlier in November, the Italian overturning a 91-point deficit at the halfway point of the season to beat 2021 champion Fabio Quartararo by 17.
In the latter part of the campaign, Ducati did issue instructions to its seven other riders that they had to be mindful when racing Bagnaia and don't ...Keep reading
Source: Ducati proved MotoGP team order claims in 2022 were "bullshit"
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WTCR / Why departing WTCR is a world cup that will be missed
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on November 29, 2022, 02:18:53 PM »
Why departing WTCR is a world cup that will be missed

The World Touring Car Cup deserved better than to bow out under a safety car at its Jeddah finale on Sunday, but that’s the hand that was dealt to a series that just couldn’t catch a break in 2022. A growing accumulation of bad luck, thorny problems without obvious answers and manufacturer apathy led to the WTCR’s demise, as French-based promoter Discovery Sports Events pulled the plug early ...Keep reading
Source: Why departing WTCR is a world cup that will be missed
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Number 1 returns to Supercars grid as part of Holden tribute

Recently-crowned Supercars champion Shane van Gisbergen will carry the #1 on his T8 Commodore at the season-ending Adelaide 500.
The #1 will replace van Gisbergen's traditional #97 which he has continued to carry even in his title-defending seasons in 2017 and 2022.
Given Scott McLaughlin carried the #17 in his title-defending seasons (2019 and 2020) and then left for the US after winning ...Keep reading
Source: Number 1 returns to Supercars grid as part of Holden tribute
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Dates Announced for SpeedFest 2023 at Watermelon Capital Speedway

(November 28, 2022) – Track Enterprises has announced that it will once again promote the long-standing prestigious pre-season SpeedFest event at Crisp Motorsports Park – Home of Watermelon Capital Speedway located in Cordele, Georgia. SpeedFest 2023 will take place on Friday, January 27th and Saturday, January 28th, with Sunday, January 29th as the events rain […]
Source: Dates Announced for SpeedFest 2023 at Watermelon Capital Speedway
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WTCR Saudi Arabia: Hero to zero for Berthon as series comes to a close

On a weekend when the curtain came down on the WTCR in Saudi Arabia, where Mikel Azcona clinched the title during qualifying on Saturday, Comtoyou Audi driver Berthon led the first of the two night races all the way from pole position as BRC Hyundai’s Norbert Michelisz chased him.
The Hungarian made a number of attacks before tyre and brake wear forced him to back off and defend from Franco ...Keep reading
Source: WTCR Saudi Arabia: Hero to zero for Berthon as series comes to a close
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Stoner could manage Ducati MotoGP title-winner better than electronics

Gabarrini has been crew chief to the two riders to claim MotoGP world titles for Ducati, Stoner in 2007 and Francesco Bagnaia this year, while he also worked with Stoner at Honda when he took his second world title in 2011.
Gabarrini, who returned to Ducati as Jorge Lorenzo’s crew chief in 2018, has worked with Bagnaia since his promotion to the factory squad in 2021 and was a key part in the ...Keep reading
Source: Stoner could manage Ducati MotoGP title-winner better than electronics
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Espargaro: Honda "wasted time and money on me" in 2022 MotoGP season

The Spanish rider, who returns to KTM with its rebranded Tech3 GasGas squad for the 2023 season, said it was "difficult to accept" the team's decision to pause development on his bike ahead of his departure.
Espargaro struggled this season, finishing 16th in the standings with a best finish of third at the season opener in Qatar and repeatedly stated his unhappiness later in the year at Honda ...Keep reading
Source: Espargaro: Honda "wasted time and money on me" in 2022 MotoGP season
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WTCR Saudi Arabia: Berthon goes from hero to zero as series comes to a close

On a weekend when the curtain came down on the WTCR in Saudi Arabia, where Mikel Azcona clinched the title during qualifying on Saturday, Comtoyou Audi driver Berthon led the first of the two night races all the way from pole position as BRC Hyundai’s Norbert Michelisz chased him.
The Hungarian made a number of attacks before tyre and brake wear forced him to back off and defend from Franco ...Keep reading
Source: WTCR Saudi Arabia: Berthon goes from hero to zero as series comes to a close
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WTCR / WTCR Saudi Arabia: Azcona crowned champion as Berthon takes pole
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on November 26, 2022, 08:02:25 PM »
WTCR Saudi Arabia: Azcona crowned champion as Berthon takes pole

Spaniard Azcona, 26, became champion at the end of the Q2 session when Munnich Motorsport’s Nestor Girolami, the only driver with a hope of beating him to the title, slumped to the 12th fastest time - missing out on the points on offer in qualifying in order to remain mathematically in the title hunt for Sunday's two races.
The new champion and his BRC Hyundai N Squadra Corse team celebrated ...Keep reading
Source: WTCR Saudi Arabia: Azcona crowned champion as Berthon takes pole
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Tickets for F1 Spanish Grand Prix and Catalan MotoGP 2023 now on sale

The circuit hosts races for both series in the summer months, as thousands of racing fans head to the Catalan capital for action under the Spanish sun.
The Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is set to take place on 4 June, with Spaniards Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz will be hoping to give the fans something to cheer about on home turf.
Next year’s race will mark 10 years since a Spanish ...Keep reading
Source: Tickets for F1 Spanish Grand Prix and Catalan MotoGP 2023 now on sale
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