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Austrian motorcycle legend Hans Bahmer passes away

Austrian motorcycle legend Hans Bahmer passes away

Moto gp
The former competitor and World Championship Safety Officer was influential in shaping the future of the sport in his home country Austrian motorcycle racing legend Hans Bahmer passed aged 92 on Tuesday, January 11th. A former competitor, he was a legendary figure in his home country who was at the forefront of Austrian motorcycle racing from the 1950s onwards. Bahmer was a founding member of a Triumph Club Austria, which helped shape the future of two-wheeled racing in the country. Following an active racing career which included several club championships, his love story with the sport continued, becoming a motorcycle tester and journalist. After helping Austrian racing make huge strides forward, he became involved with the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) and took on t...
Rins, Martin, Acosta and Arenas ramp up 2022 preparations

Rins, Martin, Acosta and Arenas ramp up 2022 preparations

Moto gp, Others, Racing
The four Spanish riders were at Almeria as they blew off the winter cobwebs and began focussing on the start of the new season MotoGP™ stars Alex Rins (Team Suzuki Ecstar) and Jorge Martin (Pramac Racing) were joined by Moto3™ World Champions Pedro Acosta (Red Bull KTM Ajo) and Albert Arenas (GasGas Aspar Team) at the Circuito de Almeria on Sunday as the quartet kicked-off their preparations for the new season. The winter holidays are well and truly over now with both Rins and Martin less than a month away from the first Official Test of 2022 at the Sepang International Circuit. With that crucial two-day test and the equally crucial three-day test a week later at the brand-new Mandalika International Street Circuit looming large, the pair spent a full day ...