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Speedway: Brits can’t handle dominant Danes

Tony Hoare, 16 July 2013 11:18

Britain's speedway team finished second to reigning world champions Denmark in their World Cup qualifier at King's Lynn last night. The Danes finished a dominant 14 points clear of Britain, the United States and Sweden to go straight to Saturday night's final in Prague. The Brits also go to the Czech capital, but they face Thursday night's race-off, an event ...

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Podium for brave Brit speedway star

Tony Hoare, 16 June 2013 00:42

Plucky British speedway rider Tai Woffinden scored a surprise rostrum finish in last night’s Polish Grand Prix, just two weeks after shattering his collarbone. His third place in Gorzow means he remains in second place in the world championship standings. Woffinden had surgery to plate the collarbone two days after crashing out of the British Grand Prix at Cardiff’s Millennium ...

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Brit hopeful’s crash deflates speedway’s biggest night

Tony Hoare, 02 June 2013 09:59

Britain’s world speedway championship contender Tai Woffinden spectacularly crashed out of his home Grand Prix at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium last night. He now faces a massive battle to be fit for the next round of the championship. Woffinden was left with a broken collarbone from a crash in the 14th race of the night at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and has ...

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Sam Sunderland thrilled with new HRC Dakar deal

Matthew Birt, 31 May 2013 14:20

Dubai-based Brit Sam Sunderland reckons his new factory HRC deal for the 2014 Dakar is like a ‘dream come true’. Sunderland is part of a five-strong factory HRC effort that will compete in next year’s famous Dakar event, which kicks off on January 5 in Argentina and finishes in Chile on January 18. Sunderland was part of the Team HRC ...

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Cyril Despres signs with Yamaha

Liam Marsden, 30 May 2013 10:14

Cyril Despres has signed a two year deal with Yamaha to race for them in 2014 and 2015. The Frenchman will take part in the Sardegna Rally, Rally Dos Setoes, Desafio Inca and the Dakar Rally. The five time Dakar winner made the announcement today after he left KTM in March 2013. Despres had been with the Austrian manufacturer for ...

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Woffinden ends British speedway drought

Tony Hoare, 19 May 2013 11:02

British rider Tai Woffinden took his country’s first speedway Grand Prix win in six years in Prague last night. The 22-year-old from Scunthorpe was the second highest scorer in the qualifying heats and earned a showdown in the deciding final race with the top qualifier, Russia’s Emil Sayfutdinov. When the Russian made a false start in the final and was ...

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Dakar legend Cyril Despres leaves KTM

Michael Guy, 13 March 2013 11:38

Five time Dakar winner Cyril Despres has left KTM; the manufacturer he has ridden for the last 12 years. During his time with the Austrian company he has enjoyed unprecedented success having finished on the Dakar podium a total of ten times. Despres said: "I have spent a large part of my career to date with KTM, so as you ...

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Video: David Knight last to first in Barcelona SuperEnduro race

Michael Guy, 12 February 2013 15:05

Three time world Enduro champion David Knight took a stunning race win in the Barcelona SuperEnduro round on Sunday. The 34 year old Honda rider stormed from the back of the grid to force his way past the best extreme Enduro riders in the world to take a brilliant win. Speaking to MCN Knight said: “In the first race of the ...

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Troy Bayliss Classic sorts the men from the MotoGP boys

Nick Byrne, 22 January 2013 10:54

The inaugural Troy Bayliss flat-track classic brought together many of the biggest names in two-wheeled motorsport from Australia and overseas for a truly unique event. It wasn’t designed to prove MotoGP riders are second best when it comes to a real man’s form of racing, but that’s how it turned out, with no blue-riband-class rider featuring in the top ten. ...

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Stage 14: Despres takes Dakar win number five

Michael Guy, 20 January 2013 02:47

Frenchman Cyril Despres dreams of winning his fifth Dakar in eight years became a reality when the factory KTM rider secured victory in Santiago today. The 38 year old finished 14th position on the delayed final stage, but after losing only 3m58s to stage winner Francisco Lopez he did enough to secure the victory.Even without long time rival Marc Coma ...

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