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Second race at Losail

The Repsol Honda team fought for points in Doha

The second consecutive weekend in Qatar began with a very hot day of free practice, with an ambient temperature of 37ºC and a track that reached 47ºC. While Marc Márquez finished recovering from his humeral fracture, the newcomer to the Repsol Honda Team, Pol Espargaró, made a good start, finishing FP1 in 12th position. Free practice times 2 were v...

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Second race at Losail

The Repsol Honda team fought for points in Doha

The second consecutive weekend in Qatar began with a very hot day of free practice, with an ambient temperature of 37ºC and a track that reached 47ºC. While Marc Márquez finished recovering from his humeral fracture, the newcomer to the Repsol Honda Team, Pol Espargaró, made a good start, finishing FP1 in 12th position. Free practice times 2 were v...

The MotoGP season begins

Pol Espargaró finishes eighth in his debut with the Repsol Honda team

The MotoGP World Championship started this weekend (March 26, 27 and 28) with the Qatar Grand Prix, where the Repsol Honda Team has shown that it is ready to compete at the highest level. After a difficult 2020, the Japanese team begins this new season with great desire to return to the lead of the competition. This was the first of two consecutive...

Puig and Kawasaki Racing Team renew their collaboration agreement for the 2021 season

The official Kawasaki WorldSBK team and the accessory manufacturer Puig have renewed their collaboration agreement for the 2021 season.

Puig has been a technical partner of the Kawasaki Racing Team for the last 4 seasons, a team that has won the WorldSBK Championship 7 times. In 2013 with Tom Sykes and since 2015 consecutively with Jonathan Rea.   Located in Granollers (Barcelona) –the same place as the Kawasaki Racing Team headquarters – Puig has been designing, manufac...

Bradl finishes the season in style

Stefan Bradl crossed the finish line in seventh position, the best of his season as a substitute of Marc Márquez. Alex finished ninth in Portugal.

The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve hosted, for the first time, a MotoGP test last weekend. It was the last Grand Prix of this rare and confusing 2020 season, delayed and shortened by the global pandemic. The Portuguese Grand Prix has served Stefan Bradl to prove his worth, on a completely new circuit for much of the grid. With these conditions...

Márquez's cold mind at the Valencia GP

After a very hard crash on Saturday, which prevented him from reaching Q2 in qualifying, Alex Márquez finished 16th on Sunday. Stefan Bradl crossed the finish line fourteenth, scoring two points for his overall standing.

It has been a difficult weekend in Valencia. The rain and low temperatures have made it their own both in practice and in the qualifying round, a completely different environment from Sunday's race. In such conditions, Alex Márquez suffered a big crash as he struggled to get into Q2 on Saturday. Luckily, and after passing through the MotoGP Mobile...

Márquez without points in Valencia

The Repsol Honda team rookie suffered a crash on Sunday while he was struggeling to continue his comeback. Stefan Bradl finished twelfth in Valencia.

The Circuit Ricardo Tormo hosted, this weekend, the European Grand Prix. Despite the enormous progression of Álex Márquez, the little one from Cervera suffered a fall on Sunday that prevented him from adding points to the overall standings. His teammate, Stefan Bradl, crossed the finish line twelfth on a day marked by the tires and the changing sit...

Marquez falls in Aragon

Álex Márquez fell while fighting to repeat a comeback like the one in the previous GP. Stefan Bradl finished twelfth after making up four positions.

The Spanish team rookie started from the tenth position. It didn't seem like a good result, but Alex was fully motivated by the excellent result achieved in the previous weekend. He had fought to get a better grid position, but, as usual this year, the little one from Cervera had to fight from the beginning. He quickly got up to the podium-worthy p...

Rea wins his sixth consecutive title

The Kawasaki Racing Team rider won his sixth WorldSBK World Championship on Saturday and made Kawasaki the winning firm of this world championship.

Jonathan Rea has been crowned WorldSBK World Champion after an unusual season. The Kawasaki Racing Team rider only needed to finish fourth in Saturday's race to claim the title at Estoril and hand over the constructors' championship to Kawasaki on Sunday. His teammate, Alex Lowes, finished sixth in the first long race, but suffered two crashes on S...