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Yamaha: We are looking for the real Jorge Lorenzo

Matthew Birt, 07 August 2014 22:19

Yamaha bosses have said it is essential that Jorge Lorenzo can return to winning ways in the second half of the 2014 MotoGP world championship. The Spaniard’s struggle to be competitive in the first nine races has been one of the big surprises of the campaign, with Lorenzo only scoring three podium finishes, while Honda rival Marc Marquez has dominated ...

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Lorenzo pens new two-year Yamaha deal

Simon Patterson, 07 August 2014 18:58

Jorge Lorenzo has, as expected, announced a new two-year deal with Yamaha that will see him remain at the Movistar MotoGP team alongside Valentino Rossi until at least the end of the 2016 season. The deal, which will stretch the pair’s working relationship to nine years, also sees all four ‘prime’ factory seats, at Yamaha and Repsol Honda, filled up until ...

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Byrne shooting for podium credits at Oulton

Simon Patterson, 07 August 2014 18:43

With this weekend seeing a triple header battle at Oulton Park, as a Saturday evening race joins Sunday’s two feature battles, championship leader Shane Byrne says he needs to capitalise on the opportunity to extend his podium credit lead, after conceding four points to Josh Brookes last weekend. "I want to get to Oulton Park and try and get back ...

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Kiyonari: More aggression needed for Oulton

Simon Patterson, 07 August 2014 17:30

Three times MCE British Superbike champion Ryuichi Kiyonari says he needs to find more aggression ahead of this weekend’s Oulton Park round, after losing out at Thruxton in both races to Shane Byrne and Josh Brookes. The Japanese rider, who has two race wins to his name already this year, says that with so many vital podium credits up for ...

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Bradl signs with NGM Forward Racing

Liam Marsden, 07 August 2014 10:32

The NGM Forward Racing team has officially announced that German Stefan Bradl will ride for the team in 2015. Bradl will ride one of the team's Open Class bikes, made up of a Yamaha M1 engine with a chassis designed and built by Mark Taylor, formerly of FTR. The announcement comes following the shock move of Cal Crutchlow from the factory Ducati ...

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BSB to launch KTM 390 Cup?

Simon Patterson, 06 August 2014 10:04

KTM UK are currently in talks with MCE British Superbike organinsers MSV about the potential of seeing the Austrain’s new RC390, aimed at new riders, headlining a one-make series for 2015 in the BSB paddock. The 375cc RC390 is a sports bike designed to meet the new A2 licence criteria, and makes 44bhp as standard. A similar race series suing ...

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Mason back in BSB with Tsingtao Kawasaki

Simon Patterson, 05 August 2014 19:00

Former MCE British Superbike Cup winner Gary Mason has announced a fulltime return to the series after his wildcard appearance at Brands Hatch, as he makes the move from Anvil Hire TAG Kawasaki to the Tsingtao WK Kawasaki team. After sitting out the 2013 season, the former BSB podium finisher returned for a one-off at Brands Hatch two round ago ...

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BSB veterans Smart and Richards return for Oulton

Simon Patterson, 05 August 2014 15:08

BSB veterans and former British champions Scott Smart and Glen Richards will be reunited this weekend as teammates, as the pair rejoin the MCE British Superbike series to deputise for the injured Richard Cooper and Mitchell Carr at Anvil Hire TAG Kawasaki. The duo, who were last teammates for Hawk Kawasaki a decade ago in the series, bring five titles ...

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Thruxton BSB: Brookes doubles up in race two

Simon Patterson, 03 August 2014 18:57

Josh Brookes has doubled up on his win in the first race at Thruxton, taking a win in the second race by holding off his main title rivals Shane Byrne and Ryuichi Kiyonari. Byrne was the early leader, but a safety car and then red flag caused by Tommy Bridewell’s exploding Milwaukee Yamaha caused a restart, and it was Brookes who ...

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Thruxton BSB: Brookes wins ahead of War for Four battle

Simon Patterson, 03 August 2014 14:38

Josh Brookes has taken an imperious win on the Milwaukee Yamaha in the opening MCE British Superbike race at Thruxton, getting clear at the front before extending his lead out to over four seconds at the flag. Brookes was an early second place, behind Dan Linfoot,chasing his first BSB podium form his front row start, and Shane Byrne, whojumped from the ...

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