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.
The competition has become a laboratory for innovation and the development of cutting-edge technologies. Every year, we are witness to how new technologies that are applied at the MotoGP end up in the market. But what does the future hold in store for us? What new technologies might we see in use at the MotoGP in a few years’ time?
At MotoGP races, we’ve seen Marc Márquez wear helmets with several different designs. Here’s a gallery we’ve put together with some of our favourites.
One of the most important parts during the MotoGP preseason is riding in the intense heat that Sepang is known for.
As the World Championship is drawing to a close, the GP at the historic Phillip Island circuit is just around the corner. The distinctive features of this circuit create advantages and difficulties that riders must keep in mind during the race.
The most successful team in the entire history of motorcycle racing has seen many Japanese riders among its ranks. With the Japanese GP just around the corner, we wanted to commemorate these spectacular riders, who wore the team colours with pride.
In order to make the competition a reality, a great amount of material must travel from circuit to circuit across the globe. Here, Box Repsol is going to tell you how Dorna organises the logistics of GPs.
Marc Márquez shares with us the secrets of how he managed to triumph. You can now discover how Marc sees one of his favourite circuits.
Repsol Honda team rider starts San Marino Grand Prix weekend the fifth, with Dani Pedrosa twelfth.
Stéphane Peterhansel, a 13-time winner of the Dakar Rally, is a motorsport fan who follows the MotoGP World Championship closely.