Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Happy Birthday, Dani!


Dani Pedrosa celebrates his 24th birthday today. And what a career he already had at that young age. We wish him all the best and more great results in the future, including this weekend in Estoril. :)

Feliz cumplea├▒os, Dani!

To be or not to be...


MotoGP Hotties can think deep thoughts too... Or at least look like it. And very dreamy.

Edward Cullen, you got nothing on these guys. ;P

Monday, September 28, 2009

Shirtless Hottie of the Day: Alexis Masbou


Sadly the Loncin GP Team has sacked him before the race in Misano, but we hope to see this gorgeous Frenchie again next season.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Introducing: Ferruccio Lamborghini


Before you ask: Yes, *that* Lamborghini. But other than his family's legacy, his heart belongs to the two-wheeled motorsport.


He started in the 125cc Italian Championship (CIV) as a part of the Aprilia Junior GP Team, participated in the 2007 125cc world championship race in Misano and he finished the CIV in 3rd position last season.
This year he switched to Stock 600 bikes, also particpating in two races in the World Superstock championship.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Sexy Vladimir

A celebration of Russian Hotness, courtesy of Vladimir Leonov.

More MotoGP Ink

An always growing proportion of MotoGP Hotties have not just stylish designs, but also their racing numbers inked on their bodies. Probably just in case someone might mistake them for someone else without their leathers. ;)

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Smile of the Day: Marco Melandri

Very, very happy that he got his beautiful smile back after all that happened in 2008. :)

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Revelation: Aleix Espargaro

The Spanish 125cc Championship is notorious for producing future MotoGP stars and polishing raw diamonds of motorcycle racing. A year after later teammate and 125cc world champion Alvaro Bautista completely dominated the CEV in 2003, Aleix Espargaro took over of the crown in the Spanish championship.


With lots of team changes in the world championship however his results didn't show his true potential until he was unluckily left without a team this season and then went on to blow the motorcycle world away with two substitute rides in 250cc which earned him two more rides in the MotoGP class. It seems like replacement rides are his successful niche and it might have brought him a seat at Pramac Ducati for the rest of the season. We shall see and remain in awe.