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Isle of Man TT blog: McGuinness throws the gauntlet down

So there I was, sat in my hotel room at around 10 yesterday morning crashing out the MCN back page bits and bobs from Snetterton BSB. We’d just jetted into Ronaldsway from Birmingham (always sounds better if you adopt a sweet home Alabama accent). Okay, our bags were still back on the mainland thanks to a conveyor belt malfunction that ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • TT & road races
  • 29 May 2012

Blog: BSB’s open dialogue ensures a bright future

By now I’m guessing you’ll have read about the new BSB Evo class that’s going to be introduced next year. Personally, I think it’s the only way forward for superbike racing in the current economic climate – standard engines, a control ecu and superbike chassis – plus a one bike per rider rule. Not only will it slash costs it ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 23 September 2009

Blog: The sensation of Scarborough

There’s something really, really cool, but really, really scary about spectating at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough. Hanging over a fence made from 4x2 timber is all that separates you from touching road racing super-heroes like Guy Martin, Ian Hutchinson, John McGuinness, Ryan Farquhar and Ian Lougher. You can look straight into their clear visors and see the whites of their eyes ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • TT & road races
  • 22 September 2009

BSB Blog: The silly season starts here

Naturally the chat in the cramped Cadwell pit lane during the Bank Holiday MCE British Superbike championship round was all about GSE Racing and last week’s announcement that Airwaves would not be backing them in 2010. There wasn’t a lot of substance but plenty of supposition, the biggest one being, ‘what if GSE don’t find a backer to replace Airwaves?’ ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 02 September 2009

British GP Tech Blog: Playing catch-up

After Friday’s rain-hit free practice, the MotoGP teams faced a race against time to fine the perfect set-up for Sunday’s race. There were two dry sessions on Saturday. Free practice in the morning it was back to basics, to get the initial setup guesses they had come to Donington with confirmed (or not) and then they set to work, where ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 26 July 2009

British GP Blog: The British love of the Norton

Mike Nicks and I wandered over to the Loop to watch - and hear - the two Nortons in practice for Sunday’s GP1 15-lap sprint race, part of the Thundersport GB support programme at this year’s Donington British Grand Prix. That’s right. Nortons. At the GP. Fantastic. Mike is the Editorial Director at Bauer Media, the company that owns MCN, ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 24 July 2009

British GP Tech Blog: The trauma of wet Friday practice

First practice is important. Mess up and it can mean playing catch-up all weekend, chasing a set-up for race day. A crew chief needs to get a quick idea whether the initial set-up ideas that he’s planned suit the circuit. Motorcycles all have specific characteristics and, by the third or fourth GP race of the season, the crew chief will ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 24 July 2009

BSB Blog: Hey, give Tommy Hill a break

I’ve got to say I’m a bit surprised at the amount of negativity around the web forums towards Tommy Hill getting the Worx Suzuki for Mallory BSB this weekend.I don’t really understand it.   On one hand you get people complaining that the top rides should be given to the younger riders, then when a 24-year-old gets picked, it causes a ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 14 July 2009

BSB blog: Not over ‘till it’s over

What’s that American cliché for not counting your chickens too quickly? It’s not over ‘till it’s over? Well it could be over a lot sooner than Leon Camier’s rivals think unless they come up with a new game plan to take the races to the Airwaves Yamaha star.  Neither Camier nor the Airwaves Yamaha team are the sort of people ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 06 July 2009

Rutter's Blog: "All the effort's been worthwhile just to ride down Bray Hill!"

I can’t deny it. The first time I rode down Bray Hill on Monday night I had a real tingle down my neck with excitement.  It felt so good to be back at the TT, especially to be on a bike that wasn’t even built a week earlier. I found myself grinning for ear to ear as I was riding ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • TT & road races
  • 03 June 2009

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