The French Grand Prix is over, and as usual we would like to close that chapter with our usual photo gallery starring some of the nicest ladies spotted around the historic Le Mans circuit. This time around we provided you with quite a juicy anticipation in the form of a Monster Girls gallery we put out on saturday, but we have saved the best for last.
Dani Pedrosa surely did a great job in Le Mans winning the race in great fashion in front of a simply heroic Cal Crutchlow and an increasigly confident team mate Marc Marquez, but emotions were not experienced on the track only: just take a look at our 82-image strong photo gallery of the charming beauties that tried to heat up the MotoGP show in spite of the pretty cold conditions of the French track. We suggest you pay attention to it as there are some exclusive pictures in there you won’t be able to see anywhere else.
The next round of the MotoGP Championship will take pace on June 2 at the Mugello circuit, in Italy, where we expect to see some pretty lovely Italian beauty, but before that we will get the chance to see some charming English Rose from the WSBK round in Donington Park, so stay tuned for more of the same.
The weekend of the French GP has already begun - with Repsol Honda duo Dani Pedrosa and Marc Marquez taking first and second position in the first day of practice and Yamaha Factory Racing dream team Valentino Rossi and Jorge Lorenzo within 2 tenths of a second from Pedrosa’s fastest lap of the day - but while waiting for today’s qualifying session, we thought it would be a good idea to put out an appetizer of the paddock girls photo gallery we use to release right after every major racing event.
The thing is that, apparently, there are quite a few Monster Girls hanging around in Le Mans these days as the famous energy drink is also the main sponsor of the French GP, so we thought we better take immediate advantage of such abundance and unleash some pic found here and there right away. This doesn’t mean we won’t treat you we the usual gallery later on, that’s a given.
Thanks to our mates from twin-site Motoblog.it, here is a pretty extensive photo gallery dedicated to some of the most fascinating ladies spotted here and there at the Monza track during the latest World Superbike round. We do this every week, but this time around our usual photo gallery is even bigger than usual as we had one of our men over there for the event, and surely he has an eye for this kind of stuff.
The Italian GP surely did not let us down in terms of sheer entertainment on the track - with home favourite Marco Melandri sprinting to victory in Race-1 and Irishman Eugene Laverty nailing it in Race-2 - but we must say that what we saw off it was almost just as exciting. Next up is the French GP in Le Mans for the MotoGP World Championship, so keep an eye on this page and wait for some nice French beauty.
There are a few things that you can take for granted when it comes to the Dutch GP, and unfortunately the weather is not one of them. However, if you are looking for breathtaking endings, the Assen track is definitely the place: out of the four big races that took place there last weekend (STK 1000, WSS and the two Superbike races), all them finished with a gap between winner and runner-up in the 0.0s, and that says a lot about the kind of excitement you can get there.
Another distinctive feature of the Assen track is the presence of an awful lot of fashinating and blonder than blond paddock girls, and as usual we would like to pay tribute presenting you with a massive photo gallery featuring some of the most charming Dutch ladies spotted on and off the track.
Next up is the MotoGP round in Jerez De La Frontera, Spain - and we are utterly confident the lovely Spanish brunettes won’t let us down - but if you are more into the blond type and wondering when it will be MotoGP’s turn to get to Assen, that’s actually not too far in time: June 29th. So you better stay tuned for more of the same.
Welsh rider Chaz Davies is by far the real surprise of the first two rounds of the World Superbike 2013 season. The 26 year old of the BMW Motorrad Goldbet SBK team simply destroyed the competition in the Aragon GP, winning both races in dominating fashion and collecting 50 points that boosted him up to the second place in the standing, 22 points behind current leader Sylvain Guintoli (Aprilia Racing).
One thing we learned in the weekend is that the Welshman seems to have all it takes to be a serious contender for the Championship - the speed, the talent, the bike and so forth - and if somebody thought Melandri was the main rider in the BMW squad, they might have to change their minds fairly soon.
No doubt Davies was the happiest person in the paddock last Sunday, but actually he wasn’t the only nice smiling face you could spot around in Aragon: here’s out usual collection of images picturing some of the most charming ladies and hostesses seen out and about the Spanish track. As usual, it’s all for your eyes only..
It goes without saying that many of us would just love seeing 6 times World Champion Toni Cairoli taking on the most shiny AMA Supercross stars such as Ryan Villopoto, David Millsaps and James “Bubba” Stewart, but unfortunately it seems like the legendary Italian rider is not interested at the moment in challenging the American aces on their home soil.
In order to make up for that, we found another way to put American and European schools up against each other, though this is not the kind of challenge that would tell you which one is actually the fastest on the dirt. What we are about to introduce is somewhat hotter: it’s a confrontation between the lovely Monster Girls that can be spotted at each side of the pond, in a quest to find out who has the most fascinating umbrella girls.
Well, this might be of little or no use if you want to establish who’s actually the best on the track, but nonetheless we are pretty confident you will find it interesting anyway. Here is a nice video showing us the most intriguing ladies brought by the famous energy drink brand (which is the main sponsor of both championships) at the recent AMA round of Daytona (won by Villopoto) and MX World Championship’s Thai GP (won by Cairoli). Who do you think would deserve the crown?
It is not really appropriate to name names here, but since we just published a nice post with a hot video and an equally awesome photo gallery starring the always lovely Rockstar Energy Girls, we just thought that we it would be appropriate to put out something similar about the never disappointing Monster Energy Girls.
Given that these energy drinks are quickly becoming some of the most lavish sponsors in the racing world - and we all know how important it is for the whole thing to get fresh money pumped in these days - we thought we just had to do our bit to keep them interested in motorcycling.
So here is another hot video and a nice bunch of images picturing some of the most fascinating umbrella girls, paddock girls and so on collected at various events around the world. As we said before, we definitely endorse this ongoing battle among beverages - the more the better for the sport actually - and if you are the sort of fan that pays attention to this kind of things, you should know that there’s some other competitor in this field that plays a major role in plenty of nice events out there and can count on its own army of smiling hostesses, so you better keep an eye on this space.
The motorsport enthusiasts that use to attend racing events across the world know that only too well: when a charming paddock girl offers you a free cold drink under the sun it is almost impossible to say ‘no’, and given the proliferation of energy drink-related sponsors in both MotoGP and Superbike Championships battling against each other with armies of pretty ladies in shorts, that’s a war that, for once, we cannot help but support in full.
One of these companies is Rockstar, a brand that many racing fans have become familiar with in recent years due to its massive commitment with the racing world, both on- an off- the track, and even if we are not allowed to express any judgment on the actual beverage for obvious reasons, we can safely be more than appreciative of the hordes of Rockstar Energy Girls haunting most racing events on both sides of the pond.
To pay tribute to these gorgeous ladies, we present you with a cool video and an equally awesome photo gallery starring some of the most beautiful soldiers of this heroic and peaceful army, collected here and there at various events. Check them out, and you’ll probably become a little more thirsty…
The first round of the 2013 World Superbike Championship surely provided us with tons of excitement and thrills, but races and bikes weren’t the only nice things to watch in Phillip Island. With the first race of the season in fact we are also more than delighted to welcome back the lovely paddock girls, and there cannot be any doubt that the Australian ladies gave us off to a wonderful start.
On the track we saw the Aprilias getting the most out of the new 17-inch tires, but off it the competition among the grid girls of the various team has been way closer. Check them out in our photo gallery: who do you think was the prettiest of the lot?
The 2012 MotoGP season has finally come to an end, meaning this is our last photo gallery dedicated to the lovely paddock girls that graced every circuit around the world with their lovely smiles. Here is a cool lot of Spanish beauties for you to enjoy, but if you love the “bikes ‘n babes” kind of stuff, stay tuned because the 2012 EICMA Exhibition in Milan is about to open and we will be there..