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GP Week : Issue 135
Images used in GPWEEK are shot by the photo-artists at Sutton Images. Posters available of any shot – CLICK HERE for more information Interested in Aussie V8 Supercars? CLICK HERE to access Australasian Motorsport eNews ... Images used in GPWEEK are shot by the photo-artists at Sutton Images. Posters available of any shot – CLICK HERE for more information Interested in Aussie V8 Supercars? CLICK HERE to access Australasian Motorsport eNews ... The world of MoTorsporTdirecTly Toyour deskTop Issue No. 146 March16 -22 2010 WHINCUP INA FORMULA 1 CAR AT ALBERT PARK REIGNINGCHAMPSSETFORF1/V8 CARSWAPNEXTWEEK –FULLDETAILS INSIDE! POWER PLAY! Aussies fight itout inIndyCar opener – and Will wins! EXCLUSIVE! Moto GP news >> Smith to MotoGP in 2013 AFTER general reluctance spilled over into a failed rider rebellion, it was already confirmed at Aragon that all the MotoGP riders would be attending the Japanese GP, and all riders in the smaller classes as well. But one absentee had been looking forward to one last visit to the circuit. Loris Capirossi won the race in 2005, 2006 and 2007, striking a blow for Ducati in the heartland of the Japanese industry. The 37-year-old will retire at the end of a dire season back on a satellite Ducati, but told GPWEEK: “I want to get some good results in my last races and Motegi is a favourite track.” Capirossi will not make the race, after re-injuring his shoulder when he crashed at Aragon. He shrugged off suggestions of immediate surgery, but conceded to several doctors’ orders to rest, if he is to take part in the remaining three races. Luckless Moto2 front-runner Julian Simon will also miss the race on medical grounds. The Spaniard, whose leg was badly broken at round six in Catalunya, went straight from the Aragon race to surgery to remove plates and screws. One fracture required a new plate inserted, but he hoped to be fit for Australia in another two weeks. Karel Abraham however as pledged he will make the race. He was kept in hospital overnight diagnosed with concussion after a heavy fall in the opening lap at Aragon. THE FUkASHIMA SAnCTIOn – 2 Capirossi, Simon out, Abraham in British bright hope decides to stay put in Moto2 for 2012