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Sachsenring MotoGP: Marquez wins after bizarre start

Liam Marsden, 13 July 2014 13:42

Marc Marquez made it nine wins in nine races at the Sachsenring on Sunday, despite having to start the race from pit lane. 20 minutes before the race rain began to fall, meaning the majority of the field took to the grid on their wet bikes. Stefan Bradl was the only notable exception, who switched to dry tyres before the ...

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Sachsenring Moto2: Aegerter takes last lap win

Liam Marsden, 13 July 2014 12:02

Swiss rider Dominique Aegerter has taken the full 25 points at the Sachsenring after battling with Mika Kallio. Aegerter spent most of the race in Kallio's wheel tracks unable to make a move. With four laps to go the Suter rider moved in to first position at the first corner, but Kallio soon retook the lead. Aegerter left it until ...

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Summer break too far for Lowes

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:56

After Laguna Seca has been completed the SBK hoards will head back to Europe, with some of the teams heading to Portimao for a (now increasingly rare) testing opportunity on 21 and 22 July. Some others – Pata Honda and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki among them - will not. For Lowes, after Laguna the summer break is simply too long, especially ...

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Guintoli ready to risk more

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:53

Sylvain Guintoli knew even before he got to Laguna Seca that he would have to go for it at this race and every other one, as Sykes was in an enviable championship position, so the prospect of Sykes taking more than his 38 points lead into the summer break is hard to bear pre-race. “It is hard enough now,” said ...

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Laverty makes radical changes

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:47

Eugene Laverty took his Voltcom Crescent Suzuki to a second row start in America but was even more confident he could have done better, but for a less than perfect Superpole. Complaining all year of excessive rear sag when entering corners, so badly that it upsets his bike’s ability to turn, Laverty’s team made a radical rear end set-up change ...

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Bryan Staring making progress

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:38

In the first free practice at Laguna Seca the name Bryan Staring was well into the top ten positions in a field of 27 riders. Staring admitted that it was only FP1 at that early stage but he put his recent improvements that led to a 17th place in Superpole to good work from rider and team and a return ...

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Sachsenring Moto3: Miller holds on to take win

Liam Marsden, 13 July 2014 10:41

KTM rider Jack Miller saw off all challengers to take victory in the Moto3 race, leading from start to finish. The win sees the Australian extend his lead at the top of the championship as Romano Fenati - second in the championship before today - crashed out of the race. Amrogio Racing rider Brad Binder pushed Miller to the very ...

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Why is Cal Crutchlow struggling so much?

Matthew Birt, 13 July 2014 09:00

No grip, no lean angle, no confidence. That about sums up Crutchlow’s Ducati experience so far. “I’ve been scared to ride the bike because I have no idea what it is going to do from corner to corner,” he told MCN. “I’m having the same problems I’ve had for the whole season and no different to what they complained about ...

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Laguna Seca WSB: Sykes takes pole

Liam Marsden, 12 July 2014 21:41

Reigning world champion Tom Sykes claimed his 23rd World Superbike pole position at Laguna Seca ahead of tomorrow's races. The Kawasaki rider set a best time of 1'21.811 to hed the front row ahead of Sylvain Guintoli and Chaz Davies. Davies' team-mate Davide Giugliano will start from fourth, ahead of Marco Melandri and Eugene Laverty. Jonathan Rea, who won last ...

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Camier's first MV steps

Gordon Ritchie, 12 July 2014 20:12

Leon Camier was thrown into the SBK mix once again in 2014 despite having no regular ride, as he took over control of the MV Agusta Reparto Corse F4 vacated for one race by injured regular Claudio Corti. A rider of vast experience of many types of machines, from both his BSB and also his WSB exploits in recent years, ...

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