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Moto GP, Sachsenring: Another podium before the summer break!

It has been a difficult round for Nolan-Group riders on Sachsenring racetrack in Germany, this weekend. Nevertheless, there were still some brilliant results, particularly in Moto2 and Moto3. There was a great 3rd  posiition for Enea Bastianini, who was determined to reach the podium despite the heavy down pour, admitting that the rain nearly destroyed […]

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Doha MotoGP: Positive debut for our Nolan riders in Moto2 and Moto3!

After a long period of stop and tests, the most famous motorbike world championship began. Unfortunately our top driver, Danilo Petrucci, could not enter the race due to a fracture in his right hand, which occurred during the Australian tests and was intensified in Doha during FP3- all the best Danilo, we wish you a

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Superbike Round 2; Chaz Davies makes the Podium in Buri Buri, Thailand!

In the two races held on the Buri Ram circuit, Nolan’s sponsored pilot, CHAZ DAVIES, managed to come a respectable 4th in Race 1 and 3rd in race 2, despite encountering a number of difficulties with his Ducati- particularly then the rear tire depreciated half way through race 1- causing him to drastically reduce his

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Barcelona Moto3: One-Two for our riders. 1st Kent, 2nd Bastianini.

Only 35 thousandth of a second divided Kent and Bastianini, under the chequered flag. Once again was Danny Kent was the winner, (his fourth race of the year) strengthening his leadership in the championship. Enea Bastianini, who started from Pole Position, was not able to conquer, his first victory of career, although his conduct of

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MotoGP Phillip Island: Fifth for Five Rider Sam Lowes

Five pilot Sam Lowes was another step closer to a podium position last weekend a Phillip Island. The Englishman fought with the leaders throughout the 25 lap race before eventually settling for fifth but saw plenty of positives having been so close to his first podium finish. “I didn’t win and I’ve got to improve but that was

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