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Micahel Rutter blog: “The Worx Suzuki can be front row. But can I?”

Michael Rutter, 29 May 2009 18:00

I’m having a great time at Thruxton on the Wrox Suzuki. It’s different to what I’ve been used to riding but we were sixth in the first session and eight in the second and I’m confident there’s much more to come. We ran fourth for ages but stuck to the same hard-compound tyre so we could try lots of different ...

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Michael Rutter blog: It’s hectic running your own team

Michael Rutter, 29 May 2009 14:07

I can’t believe how hectic things have been today (Thursday). I was up at 6.00am and on the road. I spent all day driving around the Black Country in the Bathams van that I’ve borrowed for the Isle of Man TT. I dropped the fairings off at the painters then dashed off to pick up stickers, then back to the ...

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BSB Blog: Will Harris ever win in BSB?

Michael Guy, 05 May 2009 17:05

Oulton Park went down as Karl Harris’ best ever BSB race weekend. The 29-year-old Hydrex Honda rider has never lacked raw speed or determination but despite this is yet to win a BSB race from 111 starts. His two second places behind the impressive Leon Camier looked both assured and controlled, something that he has lacked in the past. Instead ...

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MotoGP Blog: Britain’s Articulate Grand Prix Boy Racers

Mike Nicks, 04 May 2009 08:16

There is an argument that exposing children to sport too early in their lives converts them into robotic racing clones, with brittle-thin personalities and narrow interests. But you only had to see Bradley Smith’s comportment on the podium at Jerez and in the press conference after his first-ever 125cc victory to appreciate that he’s articulate, courteous and cultivated. Bradley, now ...

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WSB Assen Blog: World Class Brits

Michael Guy, 29 April 2009 09:29

What a weekend for the Brits. After the opening three rounds I was starting to wonder if our boys could really be a match for the best WSB men in the world, but after this weekend I’ve got my answer. Haslam’s double podium was seriously impressive and whether you are a Haslam or a Spies fan I defy any not ...

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World Superbikes Blog: Two Qualifiers into Three Superpoles Doesn’t Work

Michael Guy, 06 April 2009 08:24

It’s amazing how often humans decide not to do the obvious thing. Like choosing to have three segments for Superpole qualifying in the World Superbike championship, but allowing teams to have only two rear qualifying tyres. The numbers don’t match up – but that’s deliberate on the part of the organisers, Infront Motor Sports. The fastest 20 riders in qualifying ...

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BSB blog:The battle of the BSB Yamahas

Gary Pinchin, 23 March 2009 15:58

I’m not surprised that GSE racing issued a press statement, saying they’ve ‘postponed’ their planned testing schedule in Europe. Things have been very quiet on the Airwaves Yamaha front this winter but, from what I heard last week, their GSE Racing technicians were finally in Italy, building bikes. Get all the latest BSB news I’d heard there had been delays ...

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Neevsey's blog - Morello MRO Powerbike Championship

Michael Neeves, 06 March 2009 15:03

Morello MRO Powerbike Championship – Round 1. In less than 24 hours the 2009 racing season kicks of for me. I can’t believe it’s here already. It seems only yesterday I crossed the finish line at the last round of the R1 Cup at BSB, but it was way back in October. Time flies. But this time tomorrow I’ll be ...

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WSB Blog: Why Haga will win the WSB title in 2009

Michael Guy, 25 February 2009 11:44

During his ten years in WSB Noriyuki Haga has won 33 races and on his day is arguably one of the fastest rider in the world. During his decade of competition the one thing he’s lacked is consistency. In fact the only thing he’s been consistent at is not winning the title. Many pundits feel that Haga will never win ...

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Blog: Can Hydrex Honda step up a gear?

Gary Pinchin, 24 February 2009 16:44

Last Friday’s Hydrex Honda launch was an impressive show of team owner Shaun Muir’s long-term commitment to the sport. The team’s new workshop facility in Guisborough is by far one of the most outstanding all new facilities in BSB and the fact that Muir has a three-rider team and is building seven bikes is an impressive display of the team’s ...

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