Speaking about Pedrosa, believe it or not he might present in Australia despite the collarbone fracture he suffered this past Friday in Japan during the practice for the Although he won’t be able to fight for the title, since Lorenzo’s 297 are impossible to reach with just 100 points left to dispute in the next four races, he still has a shot to finish the championship in second place, which is occupied by Dani Pedrosa with 228 points. These two wins are his first ones of the season, and have helped him to consolidate in the third position with 180 points. Last year’s race was won by Australian rider Casey Stoner ?Ducati Team-, who has performed at a great level in the past two races ? Japan Grand Prix and Gran Premio A-Style de Aragon- to finish in first place. Last year’s race is just an example of how rain is a common factor on this racetrack, when the riders had to wait over 30 minutes until the heavy rain yielded.
This racetrack is known for being long and modern, and where dealing with the rain is something very characteristic of it. Besides having the opportunity to witness Lorenzo proclaim himself as the champion, the 2010 Shell Advance Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix will also have a special celebration, as this will be 20th anniversary of the competition, which hosted its first race in 1991. Three years later Lorenzo finds himself at the gates of another title, only that this time there is a big difference: it would be his first Moto GP championship. This racetrack brings good memories to the Spaniard rider, since this is where his second Moto2 championship was accomplished in 2007.
As the 2010 MotoGP championship comes closer to an end with just four races left ?Malaysia, Australia, Portugal, and Valencia- , Jorge Lorenzo will have his first chance to crown himself as the champion if he wins in Sepang. A victory in the Malaysian Grand Prix from Lorenzo would decide the MotoGP championship in his favor.
American Honda is proud to announce that two-time WMA Women’s Motocross Champion and two-time X Games Gold Medal winner Ashley Fiolek will be racing once again in 2011 with the American Honda Racing factory team. Fiolek will join American Honda Racing teammates Trey Canard and Josh Grant and will campaign for a third WMA title in 2011 on Honda’s CRF250R.
Съвсем до скоро, може би само преди 2-3 години, управлението на имоти не беше познато понятие в България. Имаше съвсем малко хора които да се занимават с с фирми за управление на имоти. Това вече не е така. Услугата стана известна и дори доста търсена. Преди това хората избираха да правят всичко сами или да имат човек от сградата който да се грижи за нещата. Сега особено в затворените комплекси и нови блокове където преобладават младите и всички са заети, се предпочита да се наеме външен човек или фирма която да се занимава професионално с тези неща. Този тип фирми сега са доста и услугите доста широко-спектърни. Макар и да има, търсенето не е огромно, така че е по-добре да се максимизира предлагането към съществуващия пазар с всякакви услуги за бита. В комплексите от затворен тип, те могат да правят всичко от събиране на наеми до поддръжка на общите частти и охраняване. Някои дори предлагат пълен набор ремонтни и строителни услуги. С удоволствие биха се заели с неща като банята или да ви намерят и монтират Структури за вграждане или Сифони за баня или каквото си поискате, стига да си плащате. Можете да отидете на ваканция и като се върнете всичко да е готово, без да се занимават с майстори и неудобството да има ремонти докато сте си у вас. Доста добра оферта за хората с малко повече пари, а те в последно време почват да се увеличават.
The 2011 MotoGP season is now officially over, and the first steps on the road to 2012 have been taken. Coming on top of a race weekend, two days of testing leave the MotoGP paddock exhausted, drained, and after an 18-race season, quite frankly sick of the sight of each other.
Fortunately for the MotoGP class, the weather perked up on Monday, producing two days of glorious weather for the riders to test in. While the track was still a little dirty on Tuesday, by Wednesday conditions were perfect, the track dry and warm, or at least as warm as it is going to get in early November. Everyone came away tired but content with the work they had gotten done, and no one complained they had not got round to testing everything they had on their list. With the old 800s making way for the 1000cc MotoGP bike, it was important that everyone had time on the track to test.