In the case of Wattleworth V Goodwood Racing Co Ltd it was held by the Court that the Motor Sports Association owed a duty of care to a driver who was killed whilst participating in a track day eventЧитать далее
How do you live through the coronavirus crisis when you are the President of an International Sports Federation? Are we free to choose, what are the consequences? A 63-year-old economist and President of the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) since 2018, Jorge Viegas also mentioned doping concerns in an exclusive interview conducted by Jean-Claude Schertenleib, in Qatar last weekendЧитать далее
“SP-Moto Junior Team Ukraine” will take part in the new grand junior cup #NorternTalentCup 2020 according to the “Road to MotoGP” program with two of the most promising Ukrainian pilotsЧитать далее
The new club is owned by former England captain David Beckham and a group of investors that includes Masayoshi Son and Marcelo Claure, the top two executives at Japanese investment group SoftBank.Читать далее
Being six on the grid Kostya Pisarev gets “silver” in IDM. Lausitzring Circuit , 2015Читать далее
Proposals for a European super league would simply redistribute value upwardsЧитать далее
Battle in sport tribunal will be closely followed by the football club’s key commercial partners Manchester City is considering a legal strategy in which it will not only argue that it did not breach the regulations but that these rules should not exist at allЧитать далее
MotoGP traction control: ‘Retarding and cutting’ MotoGP Peter McLaren 3 Feb 2020 ‘If traction control is a mix of retarding and killing, anti-wheelie is a mix of retarding and throttle’ – Corrado Cecchinelli, MotoGP Director of Technology. MotoGP traction control has all-but-eradicated the brutal on-throttle highsides of the 500cc era, thus improving safety while allowing riders to tease the very limits of their tyres, for longer. But how does it work? While the obvious purpose of traction control is to stop wheelspin getting out of hand, some spin – perhaps as much…Читать далее
Team’s owners are developing a global network of clubs that could transform the sport . CFG says its ambition is to build the “first truly global football organisation” and its owners are at the vanguard of a growing trend for wealthy individuals to control multiple clubs. The intention is for each of the teams in the network to be profitable in their own right, but co-operate to identify and train the world’s best players, while securing marketing deals to fund the wages of footballing superstars.Читать далее
According to Forward Racing’s Giovanni Cuzari, a top Moto2 team needs to find almost the same amount of budget as a satellite MotoGP team.
Cuzari says he spends around €2.5million a year in Moto2 which, he argues, is also the amount needed by an independent MotoGP team once Dorna’s financial support is subtracted from each.