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MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
Friday Photos from QatarGP MotoGP event

You lucky, lucky people! More stunning #QatarGP  Moto photos from the trigger finger of +PHOTO.GP aka +Scott Jones.

I struggle not to look at Qatar's floodlight pictures & be nothing less then blown away.
Top work +PHOTO.GP. These photos via the pages of C/O +David Emmett 

Full Link here:

Cover Photo of Mr Scott Redding's full fat cream with 8 sugars HRC RCV racer from +MVDSRacingTeam / +Estrella Galicia 00 
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+Ducati Corse +Pramac Ibérica S.A.U. 
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+CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team +Monster Energy Girls 
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
MORE MotoGP photos you say? Go on then

Saturdays photos from the excellent trigger finger of +Tony Goldsmith who is track-side at the #QatarGP  .

Stunning photos indeed.

Full Link via +Asphalt & Rubber : 

Cover Photo - 2006 World Champ Nicky Hayden on the #Aspar  RCV "Open" racer.

+MotoGP  #MotoGP   #QatarGP   #Moto2   #Moto3  
+HondaProRacing +Box Repsol +Red Bull 
+Yamaha Racing +yamahamotogp  #Tech3   #AB  
+Ducati Corse +Pramac Ibérica S.A.U.  #GIVI  
+CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team +Bridgestone 
+Team Suzuki Racing  #ECSTAR  +Avintia 
+MVDSRacingTeam +Estrella Galicia 00 +Dribble Dots 
#Aspar   #Ioda  +GresiniRacing +Aprilia Official 
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Look at those eyes in the helmet, go get em, Kid Kentucky!!
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

BSB  - 
A collection of BSB test day Photos

Sadly the weather was not great on the day +Tim Lane & +Dave Neal went to Donigton Park for the +Official BSB test day.

Never mind. Great photos Tim. Thanks for sharing.,JPG&authkey=!AMCmXi5ywLnmHxE 

Cover photo, friend of +MotoPod - The Motorcycle Roadracing Podcast & current +MOTUL Motostar Champion +Jordan Weaving 
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Thanks mr +Wiggysan Wiggysan for posting 
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Julian Bond

Endurance & Suzuka 8hr etc  - 
It's not April 1, is it? Maybe next year, he'll do the Daytona 200!!
Honda Racing Corporation are pleased to announce Casey Stoner’s return to competition racing. The two-time MotoGP Champion (2007 and 2011) will form part o
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Buon rientro Casey
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Jason Phan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
In a couple of hours the Moto3 class takes to the Losail International Circuit in FP1 to start off the MotoGP round at Qatar. What this means is that winter, my friends, are finally over! Well for ...
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Doug Farr

Discussion  - 
Hi People Just thought I'd tag along for the ride (So to speak) I'm just another obsessed amature motorsport photographer. My first love is two wheels whether its MX, Road Racing, Trials, Enduro or whatever . Hopefully I can post some images that will be up to scratch.
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Yeah mate. Post em up. There's a few of few i mean lots of people that post photos of events like last years phillip island gp....oh yeah that was me. 😉😉
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Very Strong field for this years Supersport TT

OK everyone like to watch the big bikes let loose on the TT circuit but the closest race the  races of the week is undoubtably the 600 supersport race. There is a limit to what you can do to these "little" pocket rockets that are a whisker off lapping at 130mph!
Who says a 600 is'nt fast enough?

For the third year in a row, the Supersport 600cc class at the 2015 Isle of Man TT Races, fuelled by Monster Energy, received more entries than any of the categories and with almost 110 received, not only was it oversubscribed but it also gave the organisers the biggest of headaches before they were able to confirm the grid that will assemble on Glencrutchery Road later this year.

As in previous years, the top 20 seeded riders shows a number of changes from the 1000cc grid but, having won four out of the last five races, as well as setting a lap record of almost 129mph, Michael Dunlop will, arguably, be the man to beat again. The Ballymoney rider will once again line up at number 3 but this time for his own MD Racing team with his choice of machinery yet to be confirmed.

Honda or Yamaha are most likely for the Irishman and there are a number of riders on similarly mounted who could provide a challenge, particularly the Valvoline Racing by Padgetts Honda duo of Bruce Anstey and Cameron Donald. The Antipodean pairing, who were split by just 0.77s in the opening Supersport race of 2012, will again be pushing hard and looking to post more 127mph+ starting laps from their respective start numbers of 5 and 11, Australian ace Donald returning to the class after a year's absence.

The Jackson Racing duo of John McGuinness, number 1, and Conor Cummins, from number 4, will also be Honda-mounted as will Keith Amor (12), the Scot already a four-time podium finisher in the class, and the third Valvoline rider, Dan Kneen. The Manxman's best TT result came in the class in 2010 when he finished fifth and he has a great chance of bettering that this time around.

Yamaha, and specifically, the Mar-Train Racing team, have a fantastic opportunity of getting on to the top step of the podium with the formidable looking partnership of Dean Harrison and Gary Johnson. Harrison took a brace of fourth's last year and is deservedly promoted up the order to number two while Johnson, a late addition to the team, took a superb victory in the opening 600cc encounter twelve months ago.

William Dunlop, another regular podium finisher in the class, remains at number 6 but switches to the CD Racing Yamaha machine and is yet another potential race winner as is his Tyco Racing Superbike team-mate Guy Martin. The Lincolnshire rider has replaced Johnson at the British Championship winning Smiths Racing Triumph team and his best chance of victory at the 2015 TT could well come in the two Supersport races.

Another Smiths Racing Triumph rider David Johnson will again go off at number 16 while Lee Johnston is another rider to switch to the British manufacturer. The East Coast Construction rider retains the number 13 plate. Two more manufacturers are represented in the top ten start order with Ian Hutchinson (9) set to ride the Tsingtao Racing MV Agusta, an intriguing ride for the eight time winner, and James Hillier (10) on the Quattro Plant Kawasaki.

Michael Rutter drops down to number 14 with Dan Stewart starting at 18 again.  The three remaining seeds are all riders who enjoyed excellent results in the class last year, none more so than Ivan Lintin who is promoted up the order to 17 on the RC Express Racing Kawasaki. Russ Mountford (Silicone Engineering) and Jamie Hamilton (BE Racing) complete the seeded riders at numbers 19 and 20 respectively.

There's plenty of quality outside the top 20 as well with Peter Hickman (21), James Cowton (22), Dan Cooper (23), Sam Wilson (25), Steve Mercer (26) and Robert Wilson (27) just some of the riders more than capable of at least a top 15,.
Other riders to look out for include Czech Republic rider Michal Dokoupil (28), Jamie Coward (30), Ryan Kneen (34), Connor Behan (35) and a whole host of rapid Manx Grand Prix riders who move up to the TT, none more so than last year's Junior and Senior race winners Andy Lawson (49) and Andrew Soar (57). The race also sees three newcomers in the shape of Danish rider Robbin Harms, Ireland's Derek McGee and Gareth Keys with McGee especially, on the Wilson Craig Racing Honda, a definite one to watch.

Some 97 entries have been accepted for the two four-lap races, which will again be incredibly close and hard fought, but with just 78 places up for grabs on the grid, a starting position will definitely have to be earned.

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The most EXCITING races of the year bar-none!
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
UK MotoGP TellyBox Guide

Repost due to a small error

Welcometo the #MotoGPJunkies  2015 #Qatar   #MotoGP  Tellybox guide. All times are UK. Full worldwide listing on the official website.

Brought to you all in association with Strawbales Media C/O +Dave Neal 

+MotoGP  #MotoGP   #Moto2   #Moto3   #Qatar  
+Team Suzuki Racing +Suzuki  #Ecstar  
+HondaProRacing +Box Repsol +Red Bull 
+Pramac RacingTeamBV +Pramac Ibérica S.A.U. 
#Ioda   #Tech3   #AB_Racing   #Drive  +PONS Racing 
+Yamaha Racing +yamahamotogp +Monster Energy 
+TELEFONICA MOVISTAR +Eneos Premium Motor Oil 
+Eurasian Bank +Stanley Tools UK +Brembo 
+Ohlins Perfromance +Bridgestone  #Ducati  
+MVDSRacingTeam +Estrella Galicia 00 
+CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team +Avintia 
+Aprilia Official +GresiniRacing +NGM 
+Athinà Lux  #Forward_Racing   #Aspar  
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

WSBK & WSS  - 
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There wasn't much doubt in either of these 2 races who the man to beat was. Johnny Rea looked like this was his home track, grabbing both contests by the throat right from the start each time. Kawasaki have found some extra horsepower in their bikes as well. The mighty Apes could not quite leverage their perceived horse power advantage and reel Rea in like I thought they might.

It seemed like there were 2 separate fights out there between the 2 pairs of bikes; Rea v Haslam and Sykes v Torres, with Rea getting the upper hand of both matches and Sykes splitting his battles with Torres, who rode very well and gave notice to the field that he will be fighting at the front all year long.  

Given all of this, Alex Lowes turned in a nice performance as well, taking a well-earned podium in race 2 after a late race slide in race 1 that moved him back to seventh. But the aged Suzuki raced well for young Alex, and he got just about everything out of that machine that there was to take.  The Ducatis were in the hunt also, Chaz was in the thick of things in both races but he left the track and left contention each race. SO they have a bit of work left to do, but they are close! 

All in all a good meet. The weather stayed away, the track delivered and a good time was had by all.
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

WSBK & WSS  - 
Fine Collection of WSB photos

..... from the new Thailand circuit. 

In truth, I'm impressed with the new track. Nice layout, maybe a little flat, but not to bad at all.

Full Superpole Report via +Jared Earle C/O MotoMatters :

Fine photo collection via +Anant Deboor C/O +Asphalt & Rubber :

+WorldSBK +WorldSBK  #WSB   #WSB2015  
+Kawasaki Motors +Monster Energy 
+Aprilia Official +Red Devils Team 
+Suzuki Bikes UK +Team Suzuki Racing +VOLTCOM INC. Racing - Ducati Superbike Team  #Ducati  
+HondaProRacing  #Pata   #Ten_Kate  
+BMW +BMW Motorrad  #MV  +Pirelli 
+Erik Buell Racing  #Thailand   #Chang  
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Yea Rea & Haslam definitely trying to win it this year. Skyes chances of winning a championship just got slimmer. Only if Baz would of had a heart last season. Lol 
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
Oops. Maybe some T-Cut will help

Current #Moto2  WorldChamp Tito (Tissot) Rabat had a spill on his +MVDSRacingTeam / +Monster Energy / +Estrella Galicia 00 / +Dribble Dots Kalex.

The good news is, Tito is fine & would no doubt be happy to continue lapping on a moped !

All these photos are blatantly stolen from MVDS P.R man & all round good bloke +Ian Wheeler  by the way.
Well worth a follow on Twitter :
+MotoGP  #Moto2   #MotoGP  +MVDSRacingTeam 
+Monster Energy +Monster Energy Girls 
+OZ Racing Wheels +Dunlop Tyres UK +Brembo 
+Estrella Galicia 00 +Ohlins Perfromance 
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That wheel is trashed. That looks to be a pretty nasty  hit. Of course he was probably already free of the bike when the impact occurred. Glad he is OK!
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
3 Outstanding races

Full reports to follow shortly 
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
MotoGP QatarGP QP results

Very interesting. Time for Ducati to become "full Factory" now. This silly Open advantage is not needed.

Yamaha are not happy. Struggling for pace.

Full Details here :

Cover Photo of the underside of Crazy Joe's GP15. Very tidy #Moto_Porn  via  +PHOTO.GP aka +Scott Jones C/O +David Emmett's

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+Julian Bond It is going to happen.... in 2016 !
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Wiggysan Wiggysan

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
Stunning Photos From Thursday at Qatar

When it comes to track side photos, you know that +PHOTO.GP aka +Scott Jones will never disappoint

Click the full link via +David Emmett's MotoMatters dot com for more : 

Cover photo of +CWM-LCR Honda MotoGP Team new rider, British rider Cal Cruthlow #35. 
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+Ducati Corse +Avintia +Pramac Ibérica S.A.U. 
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Fantastic to see Cal fighting for the sharp end in free practice lets hope he take it through qualifying & better still the Race itself ! he can get a little too excited does Cal remember Silverstone last two seasons !
best of luck to the fastest Brit so far !
Ginja Ninja is a commin !
Best of luck to them all !
happy days
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Dennis M

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
Well, folks, the waiting is over! FP1 is in full swing now. And guess who is at the top of the charts? Marky-Marc Marquez has already put in a 1:55.357! But it is early, still 34 minutes to go...
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Fantàstic preciós vingue gas i molta sort
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To start with my visit to Phillip Island for the round of the WSBK
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Thanks +Wiggysan Wiggysan+Peter Berndt​ it was coming up to Southern Loop after turn 1
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Keith Williams

IOM TT, NW200 etc  - 
Well! Wadder you know?

DJ Carl Cox is a big old petrol head and better still he puts his money where his mouth is as far as being a fan. 
Unlike some "Celebrities" who just turn up for all the Benifits and freebeis plus a bit of self promotion.
Big respect to the man, who happens to be doing a gig or set or whatever you call it at this years TT, he also will be busy with his own team.
Best of luck to you fella and your team.

Heres the official story posted by +Wayne Freestone of Manxmotorsport news

This year's Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy sees the introduction of the Carl Cox Motorsport sidecar team to the Sure sidecar class.

One of the world's most recognised DJ's, Carl Cox is also a complete motorsport fan, an avid collector of iconic motorcycles, and actively participates in track days, ride schools, motorcycle tours and even jumps behind the wheel of his V8 drag cars when he can! 

Carl has also become a regular fixture at the MotoGP and WSB meetings and based on his ever-growing involvement within the motorsport community he formed Carl Cox Motorsport with good friend Gavin Sokolich from New Zealand, in order to take on an active role in the race circles with his own teams. 

The brand has quickly grown to include an F1/F2 Sidecar team, 2 bikes in the Ducati TriOptions cup (BSB support class), 2 bikes in the post-classic series in Australia, and several drag race cars.

In 2013 experienced NZ Passenger Robbie Shorter and his rider Barry Smith (ex UK GP rider from the 80's) put together a home-built F1 chassis with a K4 Suzuki gsxr1000 engine and proceeded to win multiple short circuit and road races throughout NZ, when 2014 rolled around they decided to purchase an F1 Windle to see if they could contest the New Zealand Championship.

It was around this time the team was noticed by the newly formed motorsport franchise of Carl Cox Motorsport- Carl was on a motorcycle tour in NZ and had no hesitation in signing them as the first formal team for the brand. The team went on to finish #2 for their first full season racing for the brand.

Plans for the TT were made, and they purchased a 2010 BLR/Suzuki chassis that was in the UK- their first time riding the bike was when they picked it up from the old owner, put it in the back of the van, drove to Oschersleben in Germany, and raced in the inaugural F2 World Trophy! The pair had an 8th place finish and then put the bike into a container headed for New Zealand for the team to begin preparation.

Jan 2015 saw the start of the NZ national series, and in a spectacular incident in the very first race of the season, the F1 Windle flipped, resulting in a substantial shoulder injury to rider Barry Smith- unfortunately this meant he would be unable to ride this year's TT as planned.

A call was made to a retired Kiwi sidecar legend, and rider Colin Buckley agreed to hop on a sidecar after a 12 year break to finish the NZ series with Carl Cox Motorsport, and also return to the Island for his fourth time at the TT, having previously raced in 1996, '97 and '98, gaining several bronze replicas.

#CarlCox   #IOM   #TT2015 
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Yeah he loves his bikes. He has an affiliation with Honda UK if I remember correctly.

He was heavily involved with the (ex) TT Legends #77 crew. 
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The WSBK Chang International Circuit inaugural race recap! Can anyone stop Jonathan Rea this season?!

#WorldSuperbike #WSBK #ChangInternationalCircuit
I love the smell of a new track from the freshly laid tarmac to the pristine clean garages, nothing is better than the feeling that you're about to rain hell upon a new course. WSBK had their inaug...
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J.Rea has been very fast,his talent has never been questioned he's on the right machine. Haslam,though has been the surprise of the season so far.He was considered wash-up,but he's proven everyone wrong..he looks strong through two races
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Adrian Baker

WSBK & WSS  - 
Phillip Island 2015 WSBK & Australian Superbike
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Great photos +Adrian Baker

Many thanks for sharing. 
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Jessica Cortellazzi

MotoGP, Moto2 & Moto3  - 
#Marquez   #Ducati   #Qatar  
Marc Marquez ha concluso i test in Qatar che anticipano l'inizio del campionato in seconda posizione, dopo aver cercato di migliorare il feeling con l'anteriore e guadagnare più velocità dalla sua ...
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