Spaniard Dani Pedrosa triumphed in the Gran Premio d’Italia TIM at Mugello on Sunday, reviving Honda’s challenge for top honours this season. He wins in fine style, starting from pole position and never looked like relinquishing the lead he held from Turn 1 of the opening lap, finally crossing the finish line 4.014 seconds clear from the rest of the field. Continue reading the photo report and what the riders have to say about Mugello’s race.
After a superb late lap in qualifying, Dani Pedrosa will start the 2010 Gran Premio d’Italia TIM from pole position at Mugello. This result secures him his second pole of the season and 15th in the premier category. Pedrosa edged his compatriot Yamaha’s Jorge Lorenzo to the top spot by just 0.177 second. But Italy will be without their hero Valentino Rossi as the World Champion broke his leg in a crash, few hours before qualifying.
Kenny Lee, Chris O’Shannessy and Hsiao Tung Wei of Team Ultra Racing finally clinched the winner’s trophy in Saturday’s Sepang 1000km Endurance Race, after racing for nearly 9 hours in scorching heat of the Sepang International Circuit. This result was a contrast to last year when the team had to retire while leading, only a few laps from the end of the race. Stay tuned as RaceRevo will be presenting a full photo report of the Sepang 1000km Endurance (S1K) 2010.
Last weekend MSS 2010 season opener saw local rider Zamri Baba and Suhadi Ali Rahmat won one race each in their respective categories after being pushed and challenged all the way by other Asian top riders. Continue reading as RaceRevo concluded the photo report of MSS 2010 Round 1.
Malaysian Super Series 2010 starts this weekend at the Sepang International Circuit. Superbikes, Suspersports, Superstocks, Supersixteen and Bikerz Club categories will be race for the first time this season. Take the jump for more photos of day 1 practice session.
Petronas Syntium Team scored yet another pole position ahead of this week’s Super Taikyu Round 3 500km Race at the Suzuka Circuit, Japan. Driving in a BMW Z4, the pole achieved by non other than the favourite combo of Nobuteru Taniguchi, Masataka Yanagida and Malaysian Imran Shaharom in car no.1. Followed closely behind were another Petronas sister car, the BMW Z4 no.28 driven by Kataoka Tatsuya, Farique Hairuman and Melvin Moh.
Jorge Lorenzo stormed clear of Valentino Rossi to take his second win in a row in Le Mans yesterday afternoon, making it a successive win for him and three victories from three races for the Fiat Yamaha Team this year. Rossi overcame a few problems with both his bike and his shoulder to finish second, with Italian Andrea Dovizioso third.