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Bautista equals best result of 2013

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista matched his best finish of the season so far by coming home fourth in Sunday’s AirAsia Grand Prix of Japan, equaling his results of Laguna Seca and MotorLand Aragón. read more »

A seventh top five result for Bautista

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista was expecting a difficult Grand Prix at Phillip Island, but would eventually miss out on a podium finish by fractions of a second.

Bautista knew more possible without brake issue

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista finished fifth in Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix, successfully taking sixth place in the Riders’ Championship from the absent Stefan Bradl.

Bautista VS Bradl in ‘The Honda podium battle’

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Separated by just ten points in the riders’ standings, satellite Honda riders Alvaro Bautista and Stefan Bradl engaged in a highly entertaining battle at MotorLand Aragón on Sunday, with the former coming out on top.

Bautista on second row for Spanish contest

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista produced a determined performance in qualifying at the Gran Premio Iveco de Aragon to secure a second row start at Motorland.

Bautista plans cautious opening lap

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista believes he is capable of making progress from eighth on the grid at Misano, but insists that he will not be taking risks on the opening lap.

Another fifth place for Alvaro Bautista

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Once again, Alvaro Bautista found himself battling with Valentino Rossi in the Hertz British Grand Prix. In another repeat of recent history, the GO&FUN Honda Gresini rider would again find himself finishing behind the Italian and in fifth position.

Bautista on lookout for smoother ride

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista enjoyed a positive opening day to the Hertz British Grand Prix weekend, finishing fourth quickest in opening practice. However, the Spaniard hopes for less of a rough ride on Saturday.

GO&FUN Honda Gresini announce Redding

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Moto2™ World Championship leader Scott Redding will ride with GO&FUN Honda Gresini next season, having signed two-year agreement that will see him make his premier class debut on Honda’s new ‘production racer’.

Bautista form continues with front row slot

Thursday, 1, January 1970

Alvaro Bautista qualified on the front row of the grid with the second fastest time in Q2 at the bwin Grand Prix České republiky this afternoon.

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GO&FUN Honda Gresini Information:

Having begun his team as a small project running Alex Barros on a Honda V-Twin, former 125cc World Champion Fausto Gresini is now at the helm of one of the reference points for satellite outfits in MotoGP™. The team continues to challenge at the top level, with Bautista having claimed his first podiums in the class last year on board the Honda RC213V. He is joined in the team by Bryan Staring, who will take on the team’s CRT bike featuring an FTR chassis and Honda engine.


  • Fausto GresiniTeam Manager
  • Carlo Merlini Commercial & Marketing Manager
  • Fabrizio Cecchini Technical Manager

Alvaro Bautista's Crew

  • Antonio Jimenez Chief Mechanic
  • Elvio DeganelloTelemetry Engineer
  • Federico Vicino Mechanic
  • Alberto Presutti Mechanic
  • Giampietro Canetti Pit Assistant

Bryan Staring's Crew

  • Diego Gubellini Chief Mechanic
  • Riccardo Sancassani Telemetry Engineer
  • Ivan BrandiMechanic
  • Marco Rosa Gastaldo Mechanic
  • Sanzio Raffaelli Mechanic
  • Renzo Pini Mechanic
  • Bike Info
  • Bike Honda RC213V
  • Engine 1000cc Liquid-cooled four-stroke DOHC 4 valve V-4
  • Power Over 230 hp
  • Top Speed Over 350 km/h
  • Chassis Aluminium twin-tube
  • Suspension
  • Front Telescopic fork (Showa)
  • Rear Pro-link (Showa)
  • Brakes
  • Front 320mm Nissin carbon disc
  • Rear Nissin Twin piston calliper, steel disc