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Suzuki's New GSX-R1000 Is Engineered Around A Loophole In MotoGP Rules

Engineers in racing have one primary task: come up with the best possible package within the scope of the rules. And it looks like Suzuki’s clever engineers are doing just that, exploiting a loophole in MotoGP’s “no Variable Valve Timing” rule. Here’s what they’ve come up with for their new GSX-R1000.

These Changes Are Why You Have To Start Watching MotoGP 

Do you watch MotoGP, the world’s top form of motorcycle racing? If the answer’s no, let me tell you why this coming season will be the best one to start on in many years. All it took was a few rule changes that should make the sport more open and more exciting than it’s been in a while, and since it already kicked…

The 2015 MotoGP Season Is Over, But The Drama Sure Isn't

Just because the 2015 MotoGP season is over doesn’t mean the bickering and drama is. Valentino Rossi has been extremely vocal about Marc Marquez’s performance, and Jorge Lorenzo claims this was Rossi’s last chance to win a championship. It’s a good thing most of these guys are 100 pounds soaking wet or things might…

Lorenzo Grabs Pole With Record Time, Rossi Crashes In MotoGP Finale Qualifying

Embattled MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi crashed out at the end of Valencia MotoGP qualifying, but he’s forced to start from the back of the grid anyway due to a penalty from an incident in Sepang. Meanwhile, his main championship rival Jorge Lorenzo took pole position with a record-breaking lap of 1:30.001.

Rossi's Appeal To Suspend His Penalty Has Been Rejected Like Your Hot Mixtape

Valentino Rossi was ordered to start from the back of the grid this Sunday for the final race of the 2015 MotoGP season, after he was penalized for his part in an incident in with Marc Marquez. He appealed because, as many in the motorcycle racing community believe, the crash was Marquez’s fault. With that appeal…

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