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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...

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MOTO2: Misano, RSM

Marc Marquez wins again and gets closer to the champ leader

04Sep11. GP Aperol di San Marino e Riviera di Rimini Race Classification:  1. MARC MARQUEZ (Suter - PUIG WINDSCREENS) 43:08.197 2. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) +0.6193. Andrea Iannone (Suter) +0.7134. Alex de Angelis (Motobi) +1.6345. Scott Redding (Suter) +3.275 World Championship Classification:  1. Stefan Bradl (Kalex)...

MOTOGP: Indianapolis, USA

Exiciting sixth for Bautista at the Brickyard

28Ago11. Álvaro Bautista recorded his best dry race finish of the season so far at Indianapolis today as he raced to an impressive sixth on his Rizla Suzuki GSV-R, sponsored with PUIG windscreens. Starting from ninth on the grid, Bautista got a good start and was in seventh at the end of the first lap. He then got involved in a local battle...

MOTO2: Indianapolis, USA

Marquez wins again and close the gap with the leader

PUIG - Official Tech Sponsor Team Repsol - CatalunyaCaixa Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix Race Classification: 1. Marc Márquez (Suter) 45:50.601 2. Pol Espargaró (FTR) +1.8893. Esteve Rabat (FTR) +2.3104. Bradley Smith (Tech 3) +3.3895. Scott Redding (Suter) +5.674 World Championship Classification: 1. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) 1...

MOTOGP: Laguna Seca, USA

Bautista crashes out while challenging for the top-six

Rizla Suzuki’s Álvaro Bautista, sponsored by PUIG, ended today’s U.S. Grand Prix in the gravel after crashing out on the 14th lap of this afternoon’s race. Bautista made a confident start from 12th on the grid and had moved up a place by the end of lap one. He produced a couple of very strong passes over the next...

MOTO2: Sachsenring, Germany

Three wins in a row for Marquez!

RACE RESULTS 1. MARC MARQUEZ (Suter) 41:37.457  (PUIG SPONSORED TEAM) 2. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) +0.8963. Alex De Angelis (Motobi) +1.3874. Randy Krummenacher (Kalex) +3.4135. Thomas Luthi (Suter) +4.185 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 1. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) 167 puntos 2. MARC MARQUEZ (Suter) 120 puntos   (PUIG SPONSORED TEAM) 3. Simone Corsi (FTR) 84 p...

MOTOGP: Sachsenring, Germany

Strong seventh for Suzuki?s Spaniard at Sachsenring

17Jul11. Álvaro Bautista gave Rizla Suzuki, with PUIG windscreens,  its best dry result of the season so far with a gutsy and battling performance in Germany today. Starting from 10th on the grid, Bautista knew a good start was required and by the end of the first lap he had moved up into ninth place. Over the next two laps he became in...

MOTO2: Mugello, Italia

Two wins in a row for Marc Marquez

RACE MUGELLO, IT: 1. Marc Márquez (Suter) 40:02.941 (with PUIG windscreens) 2. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) +0.071 3. Bradley Smith (Tech 3) +0.4194. Alex De Angelis (Motobi) +2.0915. Andrea Iannone (Suter) +4.595 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP MOTO2: 1. Stefan Bradl (Kalex) 147 puntos2. Marc Márquez (Suter) 95 puntos (with PUIG windscreens)3....

MOTOGP: Mugello, Italy

Bautista robbed of a top-six challenge at Mugello

03Jul11. Rizla Suzuki's Álvaro Bautista, with PUIG windscreens, saw his hopes of what looked like an impressive finish well inside the top-10 disappear in an instant at Mugello today, when a costly slide almost caused the Spaniard to crash.Bautista got a superb start from 14th on the grid and was up to ninth by the end of lap one. He then go...