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Mission Winnow Presents: Powering Innovation

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Marc Marquez undergoes new operation on right arm

The surgery, carried out by a team made up of doctors Samuel Antuña, Ignacio Roger de Oña, Juan de Miguel, Aitor Ibarzabal and Andrea García Villanueva, consisted of the removal of the previous plate and the placement of a new plate with the addition of an iliac crest bone graft with a corticoperiosteal free flap.

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Pedrosa and Kallio go testing in Jerez

After their meteoric rise, expectations will have been raised in the KTM factory for 2021. With two fast test riders at the helm and an exciting line-up for next season, the orange army will head into pre-season testing as leading contenders after three wins, five other podiums, three pole positions and a P5 in the overall rider standings. 

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The pace of life

Nothing can stop the pace of life, not even pandemics, but MotoGP™ just does it so much quicker than anybody else. I could not believe it. I was still digesting the final Grand Prix of the season at that amazing Portimao circuit when less than 24 hours later the provisional entry list for the 2021 season popped into my inbox.

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MotoGP™ 2020 falls report: who crashed the most?

Next, we’ll check out falls per session. Across all three classes, the races were where we saw the most falls: 76 in Moto3™, 90 in Moto2™ and 56 in MotoGP™. Interestingly, the second most then differs from class to class. In MotoGP™, FP2 was the session that hosted the most leading up to the race with 30, one more than FP3. It was the Saturday morning session that caught out more Moto2™ riders than any other session, excluding the race, while the Moto3™ riders seemingly found FP1 the trickiest.

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Torino FC celebrate Suzuki and Mir with commemorative jersey

“Il Toro is a team known around the world for its history steeped in performance, talent, passion and is loved for the tenacity with which it faces challenges. Suzuki shares the effort, the search for results and above all the competitive spirit with the Bull, showing every day the same determination to achieve the goals set, respecting the rules and the rivals.”

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Indonesia excited to welcome MotoGP™ back!

Mr Ezpeleta continues on the need to deliver the track and looking towards 2021: “The focus has to be on construction, homologation as well as testing, especially because it is a brand-new street circuit. As mentioned, it is a possibility that changes will happen to the Provisional Calendar and once we have a clearer picture, of course subject to construction and testing, we may start discussing a possible date for the Grand Prix in 2021.”

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Nakagami, learning from Marc Marquez: “Now, it’s natural”

“The next race was coming very soon and I realised I have to change the style because with the 2019 bike, I had the surgery in the winter, physically I was not 100% so I have to change. So the only way was to see Marc’s data. He knows pretty well how to handle the bike… especially last season in 2019, he won many, many races, so why not? If I have a chance, I try to see his data how he manages this bike. Then, I can see many tricks in braking, mid-corner, exit, many things. It was the same bike but on the graphics it was completely different. First time I saw it, I thought “wow, how does he manage?” But then from HRC, Takeo explained very well with the Japanese, analysed the different ways of braking, especially on the braking it’s hugely different how he stops the bike. And then one moment I saw completely different how to stop the bike, I thought ‘OK, I have to do it this way’.

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Williams_adrian takes stunning Championship victory in drama

Competing for Red Bull KTMFactory Racing Team, Williams_Adrian has been the class of the 2020 field, scoring five races wins and two further podiums from eight races. Even when double MotoGP™ eSport champion trastevere73 (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) applied pressure throughout the final round, the Spaniard wouldn’t wilt.

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High-Tech Light Panels to be mandatory at all MotoGP™ tracks

High-tech light panels will be mandatory at all circuits that host events in the FIA Formula One World Championship & FIM MotoGP™ World Championship from 2022, and the FIA World Endurance Championship, FIM WorldSBK and FIM EWC from 2023, as part of a new safety partnership between the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM).

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