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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Kawasaki Ninja RR Special Edition in Indonesia - 28hp 2-stroke 150cc

ninja-rr-30th A great design for a great 2-stroke bike. This bike has been introduced in 2012 and is made only for Indonesian market. The RR has been improved to make it slimmer and follows the design language of the Ninja 250 with that headlight. It is one of the best looking 2-stroke ever. Also available in orange. 

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

2015 Honda Civic Type-R officially unveiled - 310PS VTEC Turbo hot hatch

2015-Honda-Civic-Type-R-004After a five year wait, 2015 sees the arrival of the world's most keenly anticipated hot hatch, the Honda Civic Type R. Billed as a 'race car for the road', the all-new Civic Type R will set new standards in the high-performance front-wheel drive hatchback segment. The production version of Honda's latest hot hatch icon is revealed for the first time at the 85th Geneva Motor Show (5 to 15 March; Stand 4250, Hall 4), and more images of the car can be viewed at: Type R vehicles have garnered a cult following around the world and the new model more than lives up to the high expectations. A world-first application of Honda's new 2.0 litre VTEC TURBO engine, aggressive function-led styling, and pioneering new chassis technologies combine to deliver one of the most immersive and rewarding driving experiences available in any sector. The new 2015 Civic Type R will be powered by the most extreme and high-performing engine in the 22-year history of the red 'H' badge, signalling the start of a new performance era for the Honda brand. 

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Rossi Continues Form as Storm Disrupts First Day of Second Sepang Test

rossi-sepang-test2 After two weeks of analyzing data, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo have returned to the Sepang International Circuit for the start of the second official three-day pre-season test. Despite the difficult track and weather conditions the teammates were able to finish today's session in first and fifth respectively. Rossi was up for the challenge of repeating his strong ride of two weeks ago. He needed little time to get back into the swing of things and was quick to take over the top spot from his teammate at the start of the eight-hour long session. As the temperature started rising the pace of the field picked up, but the Doctor was quick to respond and cruised back to the top the leader board with an impressive 2'00.414s lap, which kept him sitting on top for the rest of the session. Teammate Lorenzo had a more challenging start to the second Sepang test. Though he briefly topped the leaderboard with a 2'02.099s lap, he struggled to find the good setup for the slippery asphalt. The Spaniard was pleased with his YZR-M1's gearbox update and made the most of the available testing time by putting in a total of 51 laps. During his multiple stints he worked on improving the setting and set a best time of 2'01.162s, putting him in fifth place just +0.748s behind Rossi. Both riders took a break in the afternoon until the worst of the heat passed before returning to the track, but the dry track conditions weren't to last. Rain flags signaling an approaching thunderstorm were raised and soon the fickle Malaysian weather struck the Sepang circuit. Not wanting to let the last precious hour of testing time go to waste, Rossi and Lorenzo decided to brave the pouring rain to test their wet setup until, with 30 minutes remaining, the red lights came on, ending the session. The change in weather meant Rossi and Lorenzo were unable to improve their times and they finished in first and fifth place respectively. 

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

2015 Kawasaki Ninja 250SL WSBK Special Edition livery in Lime Green

2015_Ninja250_RR-Mono-WSBK-RS001-001 Kawasaki Heavy Industries has prepared a special edition Ninja 250SL wrapped in World Superbike Championship to welcome the 2015 season of the series. The livery is based on the iconic colour of Kawasaki that is Lime Green matched with sponsor logo and decals. The engine and chassis are still the same from the usual Ninja 250SL.  

Yamaha Motor Celebrates 60th Year in Motorsports Fostering Motorsports in Asian and ASEAN Regions

2015-Yamaha-YZR-M1-003 Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. announced plans for the Asian and ASEAN regions, including a redoubled commitment to the MotoGP World Championship series and new directions for the company's venerable motorsports program, which is now celebrating its 60th year, during the Yamaha Motorsports Media Conference in Sepang, Malaysia. Yamaha Motor unveiled its new team for MotoGP, the focus of its motorsports program. Riders Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo from Movistar Yamaha MotoGP were joined by riders from satellite team Monster Yamaha Tech3 as well as Forward Racing, which leases the YZR-M1, along with support personnel, all of whom came together to discuss their aspirations for the upcoming season. Yamaha also announced its initiatives to encourage young riders to get involved in motorsports in the Asian and ASEAN regions, and the company's plans to participate in the 250cc class of the Asia Road Racing Championship series. 

Thursday, February 12, 2015

SIC looks to excite experienced and new fans alike with launch of the 2015 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix™ that will be an F1 like never before

SIC-F1 The Sepang International Circuit (SIC) today unveiled its programme for the upcoming 2015 Formula 1 PETRONAS Malaysia Grand Prix™ taking place from 27 to 29 March 2015. Launched by the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur Datuk Seri Ahmad Phesal Talib, the programme aims to make the second round of the 2015 FIA Formula 1 World Championship a wholesome family affair this year. Also present were SIC Chairman Tan Sri Mokhzani Mahathir, PETRONAS Senior General Manager for Group Strategic Communications Liz Kamaruddin and SIC CEO Dato' Razlan Razali. "In conjunction with the Malaysia Year of Festival 2015, we were inspired to make the F1 Grand Prix programme one that celebrates the position of the race as an event that is firmly embedded in the public consciousness. After 17 years, we firmly believe that many Malaysians look forward to the race, even if they only watch it at home or enjoy photo opportunities during our annual F1 Grand Prix roadshow. Indeed, we are focusing on the family-theme to draw them out of the living room into the high-octane atmosphere of the circuit itself. F1 fans no longer need to choose between quality family time on a weekend and watching the race. They can now enjoy an outing with their family and friends to Sepang on race weekend itself. The earlier start time of the race at 3pm, plus the earlier end for the after-race concert combined with affordable tickets further contribute to making the event attractive for all ages," said Tan Sri Mokhzani.


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