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Abraham in need of shoulder operation

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham will attempt to race in this weekend’s GP Aperol di San Marino e della Riviera di Rimini, having missed the last event at Silverstone following a crash in Indianapolis just under a month ago. However, his injuries are more serious than first anticipated.

Injured Abraham pulls out of British GP

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham has elected not to take part in this weekend’s Hertz British Grand Prix in a bid to focus on his recovery ahead of the following race at Misano on 15th September.

Abraham considers skipping Silverstone race

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Following a crash at Indianapolis from which he is yet to recover, Karel Abraham may miss this weekend’s Hertz British Grand Prix as his recuperation continues.

I expected to feel better, Abraham admits

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham was back in action as Friday practice took place for the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France, but admits that he had expected to be in better shape.

Injured Abraham hoping for dry race

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham returns to action as the MotoGP™ season continues at Le Mans this weekend. The Cardion AB Motoracing rider remains in pain with his right shoulder and is hoping for a dry Monster Energy Grand Prix de France on Sunday afternoon.

Abraham out for rest of weekend

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham has confirmed that he will not compete for the remainder of the Jerez weekend. The Czech rider, who has sustained a broken right collarbone, attempted to ride in Friday practice but experienced too much pain.

Abraham unsure over Saturday participation

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham is to undergo a further medical check-up to decide whether or not he will continue to compete at the Gran Premio bwin de España from Saturday onwards.

Abraham to try and compete at Jerez

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Less than two weeks after the crash which broke his right collarbone during qualifying for the Grand Prix of Americas, Karel Abraham will attempt to return to MotoGP™ at this weekend’s Gran Premio bwin de España in Jerez.

Injured Abraham ruled out of Sunday’s race

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Karel Abraham has been declared unfit to compete in Sunday’s inaugural Red Bull Grand Prix of the Americas following a collision in qualifying.

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Cardion AB Motoracing Information:

The father-son partnership that is owner Karel Abraham Sr. and rider Karel Jr. made steady progress through the lower cylinder categories, culminating in victory in the final Moto2™ race of 2010. The Czech team then shocked the paddock by announcing their step up to the MotoGP™ class, but the first Czech rider and team in the premier class have thrived on the support of an entire country, and the package exceeded expectations in 2011, only for the momentum to dip last year through injuries. With a recovered Abraham Jr. set to pilot an ART this year, their sights will now be set on becoming the top CRT outfit.


  • Karel AbrahamTeam Manager

Karel Abraham's Crew

  • Renato PennacchiTelemetrics Specialist
  • Marco Grana Chief Mechanic
  • Yannis Maigret Mechanic
  • Martin Havlíček Mechanic
  • Martin Nesvadba Mechanic
  • Pietro Berti Mechanic
  • Lindo Sbaraglia Logistics


  • Karel AbrahamRider

Team Management

    • Bike Info
    • Bike Aprilia ART
    • Engine 999cc Water-cooled, four-stroke engine with four cylinders (65°) and four valves per cylinder
    • Power Over 230 hp
    • Top Speed Over 330 km/h
    • Chassis ART Aluminium frame
    • Suspension
    • Front Öhlins inverted 48mm front forks
    • Rear Öhlins rear shock absorber
    • Brakes
    • Front Two 320mm carbon front discs with four-piston callipers (Brembo)
    • Rear Single stainless steel disc (Brembo)