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Knockhill BSB: Kiyo returns with race one win

Simon Patterson, 29 June 2014 15:26

Ryuichi Kiyonari has taken his first MCE British Superbike win in three seasons, winning the opening race of the day in easy style from fellow triple champion Shane Byrne to hand BMW their first ever BSB podium. Kiyonari was able to make the most of his pole start to lead from start to finish, after Byrne messed up his start. ...

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Knockhill BSB: Kiyonari returns to top step in qualifying

Simon Patterson, 28 June 2014 17:51

Former triple MCE British Superbike champion Ryuichi Kiyonari has announced his return to the front of the series after a number of years in the doldrums, continuing to master the Buildbase BMW as he took the top spot at Knockhill in a damp qualifying. Consistently fast all weekend, the Japanese rider didn’t have it all his own way in the ...

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Hickman sells TT knee sliders for Karl Harris Fund

Simon Patterson, 27 June 2014 10:59

TT fastest ever newcomer Peter Hickman has put up for auction the R&G knee sliders that took him to his 129mph lap of the Mountain Course, with the funds going to the Karl Harris Memorial Fund. The knee sliders, used by Hickman at the North West 200 and TT, are listed now on eBay, with nine days left to enter ...

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LCR Honda aiming to retain Stefan Bradl for 2015

Matthew Birt, 24 June 2014 09:20

Stefan Bradl’s Honda MotoGP future maybe hanging in the balance, despite LCR boss Lucio Cecchinello’s determination to offer the German a new deal. The 2011 Moto2 world champion has scored just one podium in 51 premier class appearances and his form in 2014 has been below what HRC was anticipating. Bradl’s best this season was a fourth position at the ...

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‘Damage limitation’ for Laverty in Misano

Simon Patterson, 23 June 2014 10:43

Voltcom Crescent Suzuki rider Eugene Laverty has walked – or limped – away from the Misano round of the World Superbike championship having limited the damages to his championship efforts with a ninth and seventh place, after the Northern Irishman re-broke the bones in his foot he damaged last month testing the Suzuki MotoGP bike. “In race one, a few ...

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Misano WSB: Superpole king Sykes reigns again

Simon Patterson, 21 June 2014 17:30

Superpole king Tom Sykes has broken the absolute lap record of Misano on way to taking pole position for tomorrow’s WSB races at the Italian circuit, equalling Carl Fogarty’s 21 career pole positions in the process. The first superbike rider to go under the 1:35 barrier, Sykes fastest lap of the session was a 1:34.883, blowing away Troy Corser’s old ...

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Tech 3: Pressure not building on Bradley Smith

Matthew Birt, 20 June 2014 10:43

Monster Yamaha Tech 3 boss Herve Poncharal says pressure is not building on British rider Bradley Smith to improve his results to bolster his chances of keeping his place in the leading no-factory team in MotoGP next season. Smith has made it clear that he wants to clinch a new contract with Poncharal’s French-based Tech 3 Yamaha outfit. But after ...

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Andrea Iannone targets factory Ducati promotion

Matthew Birt, 19 June 2014 10:40

Andrea Iannone is desperate to secure a factory Ducati ride in 2015 – despite claiming to have an offer to join Suzuki’s new 1000cc project. The Italian is closely monitoring Ducati’s factory squad to see if an opening is created by the departure of compatriot Andrea Dovizioso or Cal Crutchlow, who have both been linked with Suzuki. Iannone, who rides ...

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De Puniet joins Waters for Suzuka 8hr

Simon Patterson, 19 June 2014 09:45

MCE British Superbike star Josh Waters will be joined on the Yoshimura Suzuki Suzuka 8hrs team for this year’s iconic race by Suzuki MotoGP test rider Randy de Puniet, as the team attempt to steal the crown away from Honda at their home track. De Puniet, who has never raced the prestigious 8hr before, has been riding the new Suzuki ...

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All welcome for Bomber's funeral

Simon Patterson, 19 June 2014 09:09

Karl 'Bomber' Harris will be laid to rest tomorrow 20th June at 11am at Howden Minster, Howden East Yorkshire, and his family and friends are urging as many bikers as possible to attend, with everyone welcome. However, in a message on Twitter, his partner Karen has urged that everyone attends wearing team gear, with no black suits if it can ...

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