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British Superbikes: Shane Byrne tops second practice at Brands Hatch season finale

MCN Sports Desk, 12 October 2007 16:30

Shane Byrne left it to the final minute of the second practice session for the 2007 British Superbike championship finale at Brands Hatch to go top of the timesheets at his local track, with a time of 45.691 seconds on the tight Brands Hatch Indy circuit. The Stobart Vent Axia Honda rider stole the top spot from possible title contender ...

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Misano MotoGP: Casey Stoner wins as Valentino Rossi retires

MCN Sports Desk, 02 September 2007 13:44

Casey Stoner has almost sealed the 2007 MotoGP world championship with a dominant display at Misano, leading from start to finish as his rivals failed to finish. The drama and excitement was confined to the early laps of the race, as Stoner led the field away from pole position. Randy de Puniet collided with Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa, leading ...

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Brno MotoGP: Casey Stoner wins as Valentino Rossi's title hopes fade

MCN Sports Desk, 19 August 2007 13:50

Casey Stoner produced a dominant display at the Brno MotoGP round as he led from start to finish to win for Ducati and extend his title lead. Stoner started from pole and was able to consistently put in fast laps to build a comfortable lead over the Rizla Suzuki of John Hopkins. Hopkins took the best result of his career, ...

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Suzuka Eight Hours: James Toseland and Ryuichi

MCN Sports Desk, 28 July 2007 16:29

James Toseland and HRC Honda team-mate Ryuichi Kiyonari will start the Suzuka Eight Hours tomorrow from fourth place tomorrow, after the action-packed Timed Attack and Jump-Up special stages today in Japan. Pole was set by MotoGP star Carlos Checa, who rides alongside Suzuka two-time winner Tadayuki Okada on the other HRC Fireblade entry, in front of 41,000 fans.The Timed Attack ...

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British Superbikes: Mondello Park: Jonathan Rea takes first BSB win in Race Two in Ireland

MCN Sports Desk, 17 June 2007 16:14

Jonathan Rea has taken the first win of his British Superbike career at his home round at Mondello Park in Ireland. The Ulsterman took his HM Plant Honda to victory in a race full of drama and action, and it was only once he took the lead late in the race and made a break that any of the front ...

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Misano World Superbikes: Troy Bayliss wins race one

MCN Sports Desk, 17 June 2007 13:59

Troy Bayliss has won the first race of the Misano round of the World Superbikes championship for Xerox Ducati, with Troy Corser claiming second on the Yamaha Italia motorcycle, and ex-British Superbike star Yukio Kagayama third for Alstare Suzuki. Bayliss led almost immediately, with pole position man Troy Corser and teammate Noriyuki Haga close behind, with Max Biaggi on the ...

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Isle of Man TT Superbikes race: Latest

MCN Sports Desk, 04 June 2007 13:11

Latest reports from the Isle of Man Bennetts Superbike race, with a full report to follow shortly after the race: Latest update: Lap 6: Grandstand Finish: McGuinness wins the opening race of the Centenary Isle of Man TT, taking his 12th victory, and claiming a best lap time on his second circuit, with a speed of 128.041mph. Guy Martin takes second, from Ian ...

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HM Plant Hondas dominate Snetterton

MCN Sports Desk, 20 May 2007 16:20

Ryuichi Kiyonari took a double win at Snetterton to take the lead in the British Superbike championship, with team-mate Jonathan Rea following up in second both times. Kiyonari now leads the BSB title race as the Honda duo fly out to Japan to test for the Suzuki Eight Hours. By contrast the Airwaves Ducati team had a dismal day, as ...

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Vermeulen triumphs in wet Le Mans chaos

MCN Sports Desk, 20 May 2007 13:53

Chris Vermeulen has won the French MotoGP  round in a chaotic race due to wet weather conditions. Vermeulen finished the race ahead of Marco Melandri and Casey Stoner, followed by Dani Pedrosa,Alex Hoffmann, and Valentino Rossi. Hofmann had a superb race on the D'Antin Ducati Pole sitter Colin Edwards finished a dismal race three laps down from the leaders, as ...


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