Loris Capirossi is saying goodbye to the motorcycling world. The Italian wanted to make the announcement at Misano, the home Grand Prix for the rider from the Bologna area. After 22 years of traveling around the world, the MotoGP veteran—winner of three world championships (two in the 125cc class, one in 250cc)—thanked the Pramac Racing Team in during a press conference for having given him the opportunity to race his final season aboard a Ducati Desmosedici.
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Loris Capirossi and Randy de Puniet unveiled their new Pramac Ducati GP11 satellite that will take part in the MotoGP World Championship 2011. Pramac receives a new sponsor for 2011 which is the famous cruise ship company MSC. The riders of the Pramac Racing Team arrived at the port of Genoa aboard two Ducati (Hypermotard and Monster) branded Pramac, with which they performed at the side of the vessel MSC Fantasia before boarding.
The press conference was also attended by Claudio read more
Another Italian rider will enter in Pramac Racing Team’s history next season. Loris Capirossi with which the Ducati satellite Team has just concluded an agreement that will see him wear the white-green of the Italian Team. A great experienced rider to celebrate, next year, the ten years of Pramac’s involve in the two wheels World. Loris will have the chance to ride again the Ducati 800cc that was able to develop in the 2007, when the rider ended the World Championship in the seventh position. read more
Loris Capirossi and the Rizla Suzuki MotoGP team have had quite a rough season. The last three fly away races were also difficult for the team as Loris Capirossi suffered fractures in his right foot in Malaysia on top of the groin injury sustained in Australia. So to say the least the one week break after the Asia/Aussie trip was well deserved for Capirossi.
Capirossi said “It was disappointing to find out I had got some small fractures in my foot, but it won’t stop me riding, because read more
Rizla Suzuki, Loris Capirossi and Cameron Donald helped bring the 2010 Isle of Man TT races to a memorable finish this year as the Rizla Suzuki MotoGP team came to town to celebrate Suzuki’s 50th anniversary of International racing.
Capirossi and the Suzuki GSV-R800 were both making their maiden visits to the Island and Capirossi arrived on Wednesday to experience the amazing Isle of Man atmosphere before riding the 37.73 mile (60.72km) course on Friday morning.
Capirossi led away the Suzuki read more