Jorge Lorenzo’s blog translated: A new engine is waiting for me

This is Jorge’s new blog written on the 3rd of June, after Catalunya. The original can be found HERE A new engine is waiting for me Jorge Lorenzo - Catalunya MotoGP - Photo: Jorge Lorenzo / Yamaha Racing 2012 We got a hard-earned victory today at the Montmeló circuit in front of Dani Pedrosa who made things very difficult. In addition to the win, I am very pleased because this result gives us a little more leeway to continue working towards... [Read More...]

MotoGP Stat of the Day

Sunday’s spectator attendance at the Catalunya Circuit was 81,838.  Read More →

MotoGP – Round 5 – Catalunya – Race day Results

Our dedicated page to MotoGP Round 5 in Catalunya has been updated with all the racing results, championship standings and some photos.  Read More →

MotoGP – Round 5 – Catalunya – Qualifying

Our dedicated page to MotoGP Round 5 is now up with Qualifying results, links and photos.  Read More →

MotoGP Stat of the Day

The Circuit de Catalunya  is 4.727 km (2.937 miles) in length and 12m wide. The circuit has a total of 13 turns, 5 left corners and 8 right corners. The longest straight is 1.047 km (0.651 miles).  Read More →

MotoGP Stat of the Day

Valentino Rossi has the most race wins in the premier class at Circuit de Catalunya. (6)  Read More →

MotoGP Stat of the Day

Four Spanish riders have won a race at Circuit de Catalunya in the premier class. (Alex Criville, Jorge Lorenzo, Dani Pedrosa, and Carlos Checa)  Read More →

MotoGP Stat of the Day

The first ever 500cc Grand Prix race at Circuit de Catalunya was held  in 1992, a year after the track was built, and won by Wayne Rainey. (Yamaha)  Read More →

MotoGP Stat of the Day

The top speed record at Circuit de Catalunya is 339.4 km/h (210.8mph) and is held by Alex Barros in 2004.  Read More →

MotoGP Pick the Podium – Results for Round 7 – Catalunya

Round 7 of our MotoGP Pick the Podium contest was a real corker.   It would seem that players have less trouble when they don’t have to worry about a weekly battle between Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo (that could be changing shortly!)   Continuing the trend of previous races, the overall victory came down to the accuracy of the predicted margin of victory, and the remaining podium slots were also decided based on that as well.   ... [Read More...]

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