The words Satu Hati have graced the side of the Repsol Honda Team bikes since 2010. What meaning does this Indonesian expression hold for us?
In 1977, the Austrian GP played host to the World Championship’s first mobile clinic, Dr. Claudio Costa’s Clinica Mobile. Since then, the protocols and instruments have continued to evolve to guarantee the safety of the stars of this sport: the riders.
Do you want to know how many points are awarded to all of the riders that take part in a GP? Let Box Repsol tell you all about the current and past scoring systems in the top class of the Motorcycling World Championship.
The World Championship circuits would be quite different if you were to race on them going the other way round. This has already been done at some circuits, like Misano, but what would happen if we reversed other MotoGP tracks?
Number 93 has always wanted to work with motorbikes, and if he hadn’t become a rider, he would have liked to become a mechanic. But is he any good at it? Let’s hear all about it from the man himself.
At any MotoGP weekend, riders and their bikes circle the track a great number of times. During each lap, the rider has to do much more than just accelerate, brake, lean the bike, and change gears. Let’s have a look at what riders can do with the buttons on a MotoGP bike during a race.
Marquez will be discharged within the next 48 hours depending on his recovery.
The most important thing during a race is going the fastest, and every little detail counts when it comes to gaining a few precious milliseconds. So it comes as no surprise that MotoGP bikes have super strict and thorough maintenance protocols.
During competition, MotoGP riders reach top speeds of well over 300 km/hr. Their surroundings fly by in a heartbeat, and they have very little time to react. How do these brave souls manage to get their bearings when high speeds decrease their visibility?
See the best pictures taken at the preseason test in Jerez, where Marc Márquez had the second-best time