Toseland visits Donington ahead of possible MotoGP move

Monday, 25 June 2007

Ten Kate Honda rider James Toseland paid a visit to the MotoGP paddock this weekend, with the rumours abounding that he will be making a move to the World Championship next season.

Ten Kate Honda rider James Toseland paid a visit to the MotoGP paddock this weekend, with the rumours abounding that he will be making a move to the World Championship next season.

The current World Superbike series leader was taking in the action at the Nickel & Dime British Grand Prix, combining a visit to Donington Park with the opportunity to talk shop with some MotoGP teams. The Briton also chatted to motogp.com, in an exclusive video interview.

"The goal is to be here in a permanent role next year, but I've just been talking to a few teams and seeing what's about," explained Toseland. "The thing is that the MotoGP World Championship is not even halfway finished, even though my championship is three quarters of the way through, so it's a bit too early to really organise anything. I'm here at Donington on holiday really!"

Toseland was one of the riders doing their bit to help Riders for Health this weekend, playing a pair of short sets with his band Crash at the Day of Champions event.

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