2007 MotoGP Calendar

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  1. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    (The amended Mark II) Moto GP calendar 2007:

    MARCH
    10 Qatar (Losail)
    25 Spain (Jerez)

    APRIL
    22 Turkey (Istanbul)

    MAY
    6 China (Shanghai)
    20 France (Le Mans)

    JUNE
    3 Italy (Mugello)
    10 Catalunya (Barcelona)
    24 Great Britain (Donington)
    30 Netherlands (Assen)

    JULY
    15 Germany (Sachsenring)
    22 United States (Laguna Seca)

    AUGUST
    19 Czech Republic (Brno)

    SEPTEMBER
    2 San Marino (Rimini)
    16 Portugal (Estoril)
    23 Japan (Motegi)

    OCTOBER
    14 Australia (Phillip Island)
    21 Malaysia (Sepang)

    NOVEMBER
    4 Valencia (Valencia)

    Davidfl
    "Trying to" Keep The Power On
     
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  3. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    MOTOGOP 2007 Entry lists released.

    The provisional entry lists for next year's three motorcycle grand prix series have been released by the FIM, showing few surprises but beating Ilmor's confirmation that Jeremy McWilliams and Andrew Pitt would ride its X3s.

    New MotoGP world champion Nicky Hayden has been listed against the #1 plate, breaking the recent tradition set by Valentino Rossi of a rider retaining a trademark number. The Repsol Honda rider will thus give up the #69 that he carried to success at the last round in 2005. Team-mate Dani Pedrosa will carry #26.

    Rossi remains unchanged with the #46 set to adorn his Yamaha for another season, while team-mate Colin Edwards will ride with the #5 on the front of his machine. Makoto Tamada retains the #6 despite his switch from Konica Minolta Honda to Tech 3 Yamaha, while Carlos Checa takes his preferred #7 from the French squad to Honda LCR. Completing the triangle, Shinya Nakano will transfer his familiar #56 to the Konica Minolta operation.

    Series returnees Alex Barros and Olivier Jacques will campaign their recognisable #4 and #19 plates, while it can be expected that the #99 will adorn McWilliams' Ilmor entry, even though the Irishman was missing from the entry at the time of issue. Sylvain Guintoli will use the #50 in his debut season with Tech 3, while Casey Stoner carried the #27 to the Ducati factory operation.

    Jorge Lorenzo will carry the #1 on his Fortuna Aprilia in 250cc, but the 'top plate' will be absent from the 125s following champion Alvaro Bautista's graduation to 250. The Spaniard will run the #19 in the higher class, riding for the Master-MVA Aspar Aprilia team.

    The provisional entries for all classes read as follows:

    MOTOGP
    1. NICKY HAYDEN USA Repsol Honda Team Honda
    4. ALEX BARROS BRA Pramac d'Antin Ducati
    5. COLIN EDWARDS USA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha
    6. MAKOTO TAMADA JPN Tech 3 Yamaha Yamaha
    7. CARLOS CHECA SPA Honda LCR Honda
    10. KENNY ROBERTS Jr USA Team Roberts KR211V
    17. RANDY DE PUNIET FRA Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki
    19. OLIIVIER JACQUE FRA Kawasaki Racing Team Kawasaki
    21. JOHN HOPKINS USA Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki
    24. TONI ELIAS SPA Honda Gresini Honda
    26. DANI PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda
    27. CASEY STONER AUS Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati
    33. MARCO MELANDRI ITA Honda Gresini Honda
    46. VALENTINO ROSSI ITA Yamaha Factory Racing Team Yamaha
    50. SYLVAIN GUINTOLI FRA Tech 3 Yamaha Yamaha
    56. SHINYA NAKANO JPN Konica Minolta Honda Honda
    65. LORIS CAPIROSSI ITA Ducati Marlboro Team Ducati
    66. ALEX HOFMANN GER Pramac d'Antin Ducati
    71. CHRIS VERMEULEN AUS Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Suzuki
    TBC JEREMY McWILLIAMS GBR Ilmor SRT Ilmor X3
    TBC ANDREW PITT AUS Ilmor SRT Ilmor X3

    250cc
    1. JORGE LORENZO SPA Fortuna Aprilia Aprilia
    4. HIROSHI AOYAMA JPN Red Bull KTM GP250 KTM
    7. ALEX DE ANGELIS RSM Master-MVA Aspar Aprilia
    10. IMRE TOTH HUN Team Toth Aprilia Aprilia
    12. THOMAS LUTHI SUI Emmi Caffe Latte Aprilia
    15. ROBERTO LOCATELLI ITA Squadra Corse Metis Gilera Gilera
    17. KAREL ABRAHAM CZE Cardion AB Motoracing Aprilia
    19. ALVARO BAUTISTA SPA Master-MVA Aspar Aprilia
    22. PABLO NIETO SPA Wurth BQR Honda
    25. ALEX BALDOLINI ITA Kiefer-Bos-Sotin Racing Aprilia
    28. DIRK HEIDOLF GER Kiefer-Bos-Sotin Racing Aprilia
    32. FABRIZIO LAI ITA Campetella Racing Aprilia
    34. ANDREA DOVIZIOSO ITA Humangest Racing Team 250cc Honda
    36. MIKA KALLIO FIN Red Bull KTM GP250 KTM
    41. ALEIX ESPARGARO SPA Wurth BQR Honda
    44. TARO SEKIGUCHI JPN Campetella Racing Aprilia
    45. DAN LINFOOT GBR Winona WCM Aprilia
    50. EUGENE LAVERTY GBR Honda LCR Honda
    54. KEVIN COGHLAN GBR Winona WCM Aprilia
    55. YUKI TAKAHASHI JPN Humangest Racing Team 250cc Honda
    58. MARCO SIMONCELLI ITA Squadra Corse Metis Gilera Gilera
    60. JULIAN SIMON SPA Repsol Honda 250cc Honda
    73. SHUHEI AOYAMA JPN Repsol Honda 250cc Honda
    80. HECTOR BARBERA SPA Team Toth Aprilia Aprilia
    TBC RATTHAPARK WILAIROT THA Thai Honda PTT-SAG Honda
    TBC TBA TBC Aprilia Germany Aprilia

    125cc
    6. JOAN OLIVE SPA Toshiba Racing Aprilia
    7. ALEXIS MASBOU FRA FFM Honda Grand Prix 125 Honda
    11. SANDRO CORTESE GER Emmi Caffe Latte Aprilia
    12. ESTEVE RABAT SPA Repsol Honda 125cc Honda
    14. GABOR TALMACSI HUN Bancaja Aspar Aprilia
    16. JULES CLUZEL FRA FFM Honda Grand Prix 125 Honda
    17. STEFAN BRADL GER Repsol Honda 125cc Honda
    18. NICOLAS TEROL SPA Valsir Seedorf Derbi Derbi
    24. SIMONE CORSI ITA Skilled ISPA Racing Team Aprilia
    25. DOMINIQUE AEGERTER SUI Multimedia Racing Aprilia
    27. STEFANO BIANCO ITA WTR Blauer USA Aprilia
    29. ANDREA IANNONE ITA WTR Blauer USA Aprilia
    33. SERGIO GADEA SPA Bancaja Aspar Aprilia
    35. RAFFAELE DE ROSA ITA Multimedia Racing Aprilia
    37. JOEY LITJENS NED Arie Molenaar Racing Honda
    38. BRADLEY SMITH GBR Repsol Honda 125cc Honda
    44. POL ESPARGARO SPA Campetella Racing Junior Aprilia
    51. STEVE BONSEY USA Red Bull KTM GP125 KTM
    52. LUKAS PESEK CZE Valsir Seedorf Derbi Derbi
    53. SIMONE GROTZKYJ ITA Multimedia Racing Aprilia
    55. HECTOR FAUBEL SPA Bancaja Aspar Aprilia
    56. HUGO VAN DEN BERG NED Wurth BQR Aprilia
    60. MICHAEL RANSEDER AUT AJO Motorsport Derbi
    63. MIKE DI MEGLIO FRA Humangest Racing Team 125cc Honda
    71. TOMOYOSHI KOYAMA JPN Red Bull KTM GP125 KTM
    75. MATTIA PASINI ITA Toshiba Racing Aprilia
    95. ROBERT MURESAN ROM AJO Motorsport Derbi
    99. DANNY WEBB GBR Arie Molenaar Racing Honda
    TBC RANDY KRUMENACHER SUI Red Bull KTM GP125 KTM
    TBC STEFANO MUSCO ITA Humangest Racing Team 125cc Honda
     
  4. BignTall

    BignTall Ol'Timer

    Here's looking forward to more yelling at the telly screen, Pikey falling down the stairs pissed, rousting Pedrosi as he continues to be a prat, discussing Rossi's noted absence of females (instead choosing a "friend" to assist him in the pits), and other glorious moments. Maybe even some good motorbike racing to break up the drudgery[;)].

    Another fun season ahead with the GT-rider clan[:)].
     
  5. Thumper

    Thumper New Member

    That would be so cool if the greatest road racer of all time turned out to be gay. Might help to stifle some of the ignorant bigoted faction of bikers - though I kind of doubt it. [:(!]
     
  6. tropicaljohno

    tropicaljohno Ol'Timer

    Hey Thumper, talking about gay bikers, check out the foto below of a well know rider.

    Check where his left hand is, and the shape of his right hand

    [​IMG]
     
  7. Thumper

    Thumper New Member

    He's a cutey!
     
  8. Pikey

    Pikey Ol'Timer

    Nice one T.J!

    Whoopee!!!, less than 2 months until the fun starts again - can't wait [:D]

    B&T, Hurry on back mate. I will try my best to carry on last season's shenanigans, but this year will be wearing full protective off-road kit anytime the U.N Irish Pub is the chosen venue. Was there sober on saturday night and bloody hell, those stairs are steep!

    BTW, don't see Gary McCoy, thought he was on the Ilmor?

    Cheers,

    Pikey.
     
  9. BignTall

    BignTall Ol'Timer

    Nice to see the facade of that famous rider above removed, however briefly, so that he can be fully self expressed in his environment.

    A few more beers might be the answer Pikey. That way instead of falling down a couple of stairs you'd clear the whole lot at the Irish? Nice to see you kitted out now for an evening on the town. Though leather and armour padding is a bit hinky for me i'm sure you'll enjoy it at your favorite evening hangouts[8D]. You might also want to strap Silverhawks gift to you on your bum for additional protection.

    Memories of McCoy a few years ago sliding the 500 two stroke around like a speedway bike makes me hope he makes the grid this year.
     
  10. DavidFL

    DavidFL Administrator Staff Member

    Shiver me timbers I did not know that you were that good with Photoshop tropicaljohno....
    And I reckon that I must have been sitting right next to you & at the Kafe when you uploaded it, you never even blinked an eyelid. Clever bastard if there ever was one.
    Now where's my # 46 machine....what no 46, oh well must be time to retire and open up a guesthouse now that Jonadda is into guide books.
     
  11. tropicaljohno

    tropicaljohno Ol'Timer

    David, yes I was actually uploading the foto as you walked past, and the foto is actual, no messing around with photoshop, completely original
     
  12. tropicaljohno

    tropicaljohno Ol'Timer

    Pikey, looks like no Gary McCoy anywhere, at considerable expense and time yesterday, I searched MotoGP, World Superbike, British Superbike, and AMA, and no McCoy on any entry list.

    Pity as even Rossi himself said he enjoyed watching McCoy sliding both wheels going into corners, on the few occasions that McCoy was in front of him.

    (Actually Pikey, I was in the back packers, tapping into free wireless internet from somewhere, so ran out of things to do on WWW, as I had just paid 30 baht for an hour's www up the road...bummer)

    ps Just got back to Phuket Sat nite 9.30pm, did 8,500kms, and typical, tropical rainstorm as soon as we got onto the island, UBC on at home, but no fone line, so tapping into neighbours wireless WWW. Also had to take out a 2nd mortgage to pay for the beer I bought you, on my last nite in the Kafe, so hoped you enjoyed it. (Why do the girls here keep calling me Kineow Mak Mark, I no understand..)
     

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