Kawasaki Ninja H2 Takes On Lamborghini Huracan & Mclaren 12c

Kawasaki Ninja H2 Takes On Lamborghini Huracan & McLaren 12CWhen drag racing your supercar against a sport bike and unless you're backing hypercar levels of power, odds are you won't cross many finish line first.
Still, the Lamborghini Huracan and the McLaren 12C are extremely fast cars, both from a stand still and a rolling start - which is what they chose to do in this particular showdown.

Kawasaki: Twisted Knee Side-lines Searle

Kawasaki: Twisted knee side-lines SearleKawasaki MXGP and current UK MX1 Champion, Tommy Searle, took an unlucky tumble in pre-season training at Glen Helen in the USA recently.
Catching his foot in a rut while riding his 2017 KX450-F, the 26 year old Team Green rider underwent corrective surgery to the muscle tissue in the lateral area of his right knee under the direction of a specialist motorsports surgeon very soon after the accident.

New Line Up For Monster Energy Kawasaki Mx2

New line up for Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2The Monster Energy Kawasaki MX2 Racing Team is already working hard to prepare for next season, and they will line up again with three riders in the FIM MX2 World Championship.
With injuries to their three riders during the past year, the team had a tough season after a promising start with Grand Prix podiums, a European series win and a GP win just before Dylan Ferrandis was injured.

Kawasaki: Podium For Staring And The Ninja Zx-10r At A Wet Lausitzring

Kawasaki: Podium For Staring And The Ninja ZX-10R At A Wet LausitzringAt a wet and cool Lausitzring on Sunday afternoon Bryan Staring (Agro-on Benjan Kawasaki) recovered from 19th place on the grid to take magnificent second place in the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup race. On what proved to be a less than ideal overall set-up for the wet conditions, pole position starter Toprak Razgatlioglu (Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) slid down the order and crashed out on lap four.

Kawasaki Is Working On Ai For Talking Motorcycles

Kawasaki is working on AI for talking motorcyclesAutomotive manufacturers and tech companies are in a race to put self-driving cars on the road, which includes autonomous taxis capable of ferrying riders from point A to B. With the majority of tech companies ignoring motorcycles in favor of cars, Kawasaki is planning to go unchallenged, head-first into the world of high-tech features with an artificial intelligence system that will talk to riders.