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Cliff Carr dies

MCN, 18 January 2007 16:00

Seventies road racing star Cliff Carr passed away in hospital on Wednesday, January 10 after suffering a liver-related disease. Sixty-two-year-old Carr came from Leyland, Lancashire but, after establishing himself as a top class national racer in the UK, he went to live in the States and earned top class rides. This was initially with Arlington Motorsports Kawasaki in 1973 where he rode ...

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1098 rule change nearer

Dave Rawlings, 16 January 2007 10:30

The boss of Ducati has revealed that a rule change to officially allow the bike to race in World Superbikes could be a step closer. Ducati President and CEO Federico Minoli has called again for an official move to allow the new bike – which is 99cc over the current class capacity limit – to compete in WSB. But he ...

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2007 WSB: 3 rounds in UK

MCN, 13 January 2007 16:30

WSB will return to Donington Park this year for the first time since 2001. The race takes place on April 1 and has been incorporated into the revised 14-round series, though one race on July 8 is still to be confirmed. Schedule: Feb 24 *, Qatar Doha, Losail March 4, Australia, Phillip Island April 1, Europe, Donington Park April 15, ...

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KTM Target Dakar

Gary Pinchin, 04 January 2007 10:28

Austrian firm KTM are making a massive effort to win this year’s Dakar – and the bikes they are sending are works of art. KTM already have an enviable reputation as kings of desert racing having dominated the event in recent years, and in the 2007 race there will be no less than 128 riders on their bikes out of ...

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1098 to race in British Superstock

Anonymous, 11 December 2006 10:00

Ducati’s new 1098 V-twins might not be eligible to race in the superbike class for 2007 but we’ll still be able to see the exciting new Italian machines in top-class British racing next year. Ducati UK, JH Performance Racing and Midlands-based Buildbase are spearheading a Ducati Corse-supported challenge for the National Superstock title with John Laverty and Kieran Clarke. Last ...

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Video: Crutchlow's CBR

Angus Farquhar, 06 December 2006 15:32

Cal Crutchlow took the British Supersport title with two races in hand so we took him out at Mallory Park to see just how much difference there is between his race bike and a standard Honda CBR600RR. Watch the video of the test then read the full story only in the September 27 edition of MCN.

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Hodgson waits for Foggy

Michael Guy, 05 December 2006 10:22

Neil Hodgson has spent another week without a ride for 2007 – and seems little closer to realising his dream just yet. But despite several set backs he remains 100% committed to securing a ride in WSB next season and still has two potential options on the table. Having turned down rides in MotoGP, AMA and BSB the former British ...

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Chaz’s dream fizzles out

Matthew Birt, 01 December 2006 11:17

Chaz Davies hopes of landing an Ilmor MotoGP ride have all-but gone after a planned test of the bike had to be aborted due to technical faults. The team lost the first day of the test setting the all-new bike up, and after Andrew Pitt crashed one of the bikes, and technical glitches hit another, the squad were too concerned ...

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British Suzuki Supersport boss speaks to MCN

Gary Pinchin, 24 November 2006 10:23

While several top British Supersport teams are still finalising their rider line-ups Irish-based TAS Suzuki have already got a two-day test in Valencia under their belts. MCN caught up with team owner Phillip Neill to discuss how new signing Michael Laverty got with their GSX-R600. MCN: How did Michael adapt to a supersport machine after having spent the last two ...

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Rossi to race in the Rally of Monza

MCN, 24 November 2006 09:52

Valentino Rossi is back behind four-wheels again this weekend competing in the Rally of Monza. Seven-time World Champion Rossi will drive a factory-spec Subaru and his co-driver will once again be Carlo Cassina after the pair finished a sensational 11th in the WRC Rally of New Zealand event last week. The Italian finished second in the Monza race last year, ...

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