British riders compete in MotoGP Olympics


The 2012 Hertz British Grand Prix kicked off with a special MotoGP™ Olympics in London today as the city starts to warm up for hosting the Olympic Games this summer.
The seven British riders of the World Championship competed against each other by category, viagra at a promotional event held at the Sky Bar Westfield in front of the spectacular Olympic stadium in the capital.
The riders tried their hands at classic British pub games, with MotoGP pair Cal Crutchlow (Monster Yamaha Tech 3) and James Ellison (Paul Bird Motorsport) taking the bronze medal behind Moto3´s Danny Kent (Red Bull Ajo KTM) and Danny Webb (Mahindra Racing) who took silver.
Moto2 trio of Scott Redding (Marc VDS Racing), Bradley Smith (Tech 3 Racing) and Gino Rea (Federal Oil Gresini Moto2) won each of the rounds of darts, flipping the beer mat and navigating their way around an electric buzzer map of the Silverstone circuit.
Moto3 wildcard rider John McPhee joined them for photo opportunities against the Olympic Park skyline, with a London Beefeater and with the Olympic mascots. Fraser Rogers, also competing as a wildcard this weekend, was unable to attend due to sitting his GSCE exam.