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2Red Bull slows down MotoGP rider Andrea Dovizioso

Red Bull must've recently invested in slow-motion cameras. First, the company showed us MotoGP racer Casey Stoner running through corners at 1,000 frames per second. Now, that expensive lens has been trained on Andrea Dovizioso.

6MotoGP 2010: Italian round opens door to endless possibilities [SPOILERS]

Racing into the first turn at Mugello – Click above to see a video of Rossi's crash and the finishing results after the break

AddSpanish Basque Country gets EV recharging network alongside some gas pumps

The Basque Government in Spain has announced an agreement with Repsol to install recharging points for EVs at gasoline refueling stations. These EV stations would be safely separated from gasoline pumps but will be installed near already existing infrastructure. The plan was announced by Repsol's CEO Antoni Brufau, the Basque Prime Minister Patxi López and the Director of the Basque Institute of Energy, Bernabé Unda. Repsol is Spain's largest gasoline distributor and the world's 15

24Toro Rosso reportedly replaces Sebastien Bourdais with 19-year-old Jamie Alguersuari

Those pulling for Sebastien Bourdais will undoubtedly be disappointed by the latest reports emanating from the Formula One paddock. After winning the now-defunct Champ Car title four times in a row, the French driver switched to Formula One with Scuderia Toro Rosso last season, but while his team-mate Sebastian Vettel scored race wins, Bourdais never managed to do better than a couple of seventh-place finishes. Now, after his third early retirement this season at the German Grand Prix this past

AddRepsol fills old oil fields in the Mediterranian with CO2

Repsol, one of Europe's biggest oil companies, has decided to store half a million tons of CO2 under the Mediterranean Sea. The plan is to capture CO2 at its refinery in Tarragona, Spain, and move it 43 km through the pipeline that connects it to an old "Casablanca" oil platform.

6Mitsubishi's Dakar team ready to go

The Repsol Mitsubishi Ralliart Dakar rally team has completed its shakedown sessions and is ready to advance to the pre-race scrutineering and documentation on January 4-5. The race itself kicks off from Lisbon on January 6, and will mark the competition debut of the new Mitsubishi MPR13 rally cars, which are based on the newly-restyled Pajero SUV.

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