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Anstey takes eighth Isle of Man TT race win

MCN, 06 June 2011 15:05

Bruce Anstey took his eighth Isle of Man TT win in this afternoon's Supersport race which had to be restarted after a fatal crash involving Irish rider Derek Brien. Anstey finished ahead of Keith Amor in second with Guy Martin in third and Gary Johnson and John McGuinness completing the top five finishers. Incredibly the Kiwi rider wasn't happy with ...

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Double fatality in TT sidecar practice

Gary Pinchin, 01 June 2011 10:57

Sidecar practice was marred by a double fatality. Bill Currie and Kevin Morgan both lost their lives when they crashed their Yamaha outfit at Ballacrye on the first lap of practice. The session was immediately red-flagged and sidecar practice was abandoned.Currie, 67 from Ellesmere Port, was an experienced competitor who first competed at the TT in 1969. He finished eighth ...

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TT Monster party on the prom

MCN Sports Desk, 21 April 2011 10:43

One of the great sights of the Isle of Man TT Races is a packed Douglas promenade with spectacular stunt shows, flashing lights, gravity defying rides, colour, music, noise, bikes, food stalls and beer tents. This year the TT Festival has received a major boost from Monster Energy who will be bringing their ‘mayhem’ entertainment experience to the Isle of ...

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TT Legends to race Ulster GP

Gary Pinchin, 16 December 2010 12:47

Honda TT Legends duo John McGuinness and Keith Amor will race at next year’s Ulster Grand Prix on August 10-13 2011. The Honda TT Legends is a newly formed team, assembled for an assault on the 2011 FIM Endurance World Championship and to contest selected road races, including the Ulster Grand Prix and Isle of Man TT. Both McGuinness and ...

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Linsdell remains critical

Gary Pinchin, 02 September 2010 09:50

Olie Linsdell remains critical in hospital following his crash at Bishop’s Court during the Post Classic Senior Manx GP on Monday. The latest information MCN has from the Manx GP organisers, is that the medical team informed them he had received multiple injuries – though they have not been given any specific details of those injuries. He was transferred to ...

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Farquhar to quit racing?

Gary Pinchin, 18 August 2010 16:53

Ryan Farquhar is at a crossroads in his career. For the past three seasons he’s been virtually unbeatable on the Irish Nationals – and last year even surpassed the late, great Joey Dunlop’s record of national victories. But after a spate of fatal crashes and injured spectators in recent weeks, and the serious injuries sustained by Ulster GP rookie Lee ...

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Cummins and Martin still hospitalised

Gary Pinchin, 15 June 2010 13:12

Conor Cummins and Guy Martin are still in Noble Hospital, Douglas following their respective crashes during the Senior TT. Cummins has a back injury, a fractured arm, dislocated knee and bruising to his lungs and may be transferred to a UK hospital later this week for orthopaedic specialist care.  Martin also sustained a back injury, plus broken ribs, bruised lungs ...

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Major incident at TT involving Guy Martin - updated 4:03pm

Phil West, 11 June 2010 13:21

Today’s Senior TT has been red flagged – for the first time in its history – following what early reports say is a major incident involving Guy Martin. The incident took place near Balleygary, the ultra-fast section between Union Mills and Glen Vine.    A bike is reported to be on fire and a fire engine has been dispatched, although there ...

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TT blog Tuesday June 3: The IoM goes all hollywood...

Gary Pinchin, 03 June 2010 11:44

Yesterday began as one of those weird Manx days. Wake up to bright sunshine and next thing you know the mist has rolled in off the sea and you can’t see across the road – literally.   The forecast though said it would be a bright sunny evening by the time practice was due to kick off and sure enough it ...

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Isle of Man TT practice: Hutchinson still the man to beat

Gary Pinchin, 02 June 2010 09:19

Ian Hutchinson continues to be the man setting the pace at this year’s TT. After rain earlier in the day, the weather brightened up, though there were still damp patches out on the course, the lap times were still impressive. Hutchinson clocked 128.017mph to top the Superbike class on the Padgetts Honda and was also the quickest in the Superstock ...

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