Bikes Interviews. Page 9



  • October 2004

    MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Sebastian Porto.
    28 October 2004: Victory last time out in Australia secured Sebastian Porto second place in the 2004 250cc world championship, behind Dani Pedrosa, with this weekend's season ending Valencia Grand Prix still to go.


  • June 2004

    WSBK » Open article Q&A: James Toseland.
    9 June 2004: James Toseland heads to Silverstone this weekend for the first of two British rounds of the 2004 World Superbike championship, holding a slender championship lead over Ducati Fila team-mate Regis Laconi.


  • April 2004

    MotoGP » Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Nicky Hayden.
    12 April 2004: In an exclusive interview with Crash.net, Nicky Hayden, now entering his second season with Repsol Honda, talks about his rookie MotoGP year, being Valentino Rossi's team-mate, the difference between satellite and factory RC211Vs, the AMA, a US GP and much more...


  • March 2004

    MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Alex Hofmann.
    26 March 2004: Since his arrival on the grand prix scene in 1997, Alex Hofmann has proven his talents with a string of impressive results in all classes, but the 23-year-old German rider's rise to the premier racing series has literally been a rollercoaster ride through all the ups and downs of motorcycle racing.

  • MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Shinya Nakano.
    26 March 2004: Shinya Nakano burst onto the grand prix scene in impressive fashion in 1999, racking up five podium finishes in his debut season to finish fourth in the 250cc world championship and secure the Rookie of the Year award.

  • MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Harald Eckl (Kawasaki)
    26 March 2004: In 13 years of professional grand prix racing, Harald Eckl honed not only his skills as a rider, but also as a manager and racing engineer.


  • January 2004

    MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Valentino Rossi.
    23 January 2004: Tomorrow (Saturday) will see five-times world champion Valentino Rossi test the Yamaha YZR-M1 for the first time, during a three-day test in Sepang, Malaysia.


  • November 2003

    MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Yamaha on Rossi – part one.
    24 November 2003: In the first of three Q&A sessions with senior members of Yamaha, managing director of motor racing, Mr Lin Jarvis, reveals the massive impact of signing Valentino Rossi for the 2004 and 2005 seasons – while again confirming that Alex Barros is expected to stay alongside Marco Melandri.

  • MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Yamaha on Rossi – part two.
    24 November 2003: In the second of three Q&A sessions with senior members of Yamaha, team director of Yamaha's factory outfit, Davide Brivio, states that Rossi winning the 2004 world championship is unlikely, reveals the personnel changes made to accommodate the five-times world champion and also confirms that Rossi will ride the M1 for the first time on January 20th, following Honda's refusal to release the #46 early...

  • MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Yamaha on Rossi – part three.
    24 November 2003: In the final of three Q&A sessions with senior members of Yamaha, general manager of technology development division, Masao Furusawa, talks about the engineering issues currently being tackled to ensure Valentino Rossi can fight for victory in his very first race with Yamaha next April...


  • September 2003

    WSBK » Open article Q&A: Neil Hodgson - World Champion
    10 September 2003: Just hours after stepping off the Assen podium with the 2003 World Superbike Championship trophy in his hands, Ducati Fila's Neil Hodgson faced up to the usual barrage of questions. What did it feel like to be champion? Where was he going for 2004? How much did the technical package help? How great was the influence of a return to the BSB? It's all here....


  • August 2003

    WSBK » Open article Q&A: Neil Hodgson.
    30 August 2003: Heading into next weekend's Assen World Superbike round with the world title on his mind, Neil Hodgson could be forgiven for feeling the pressure. However, he has other things to consider in the build-up to what could be the best weekend of his life.

  • MotoGP » Open article Q&A: Sito Pons (Camel Pramac Pons)
    11 August 2003: With the three week MotoGP summer break nearing its conclusion, Sito Pons - General Manager of the Camel Pramac Pons team - talks about his riders' performances, his relationship with Honda, the exciting future of the world's premier two-wheeled championship and much more...
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