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Competitors get underway at the Isle of Man TT 2009

Phil Wain, 31 May 2009 12:00

Practice for the 2009 Isle of Man TT Races got underway yesterday evening after a 40-minute delay due to cattle on the Ballacrye section of the circuit but, just after 7pm, the first batch of newcomers went out on their controlled lap. In total 186 machines went through scrutineering – 60 Superbikes, 56 Supersport, 22 Superstock, 1 Senior and 47 Sidecars.  ...

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Michael Rutter blog: It’s hectic running your own team

Michael Rutter, 29 May 2009 14:07

I can’t believe how hectic things have been today (Thursday). I was up at 6.00am and on the road. I spent all day driving around the Black Country in the Bathams van that I’ve borrowed for the Isle of Man TT. I dropped the fairings off at the painters then dashed off to pick up stickers, then back to the ...

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Rutter’s TT Suzuki takes shape

Gary Pinchin, 28 May 2009 17:29

Michael Rutter was at the Crescent Suzuki workshop yesterday in Verwood  for a fitting on Sylvain Guintoli’s Worx Suzuki which he’ll race in the BSB round at Thruxton on Sunday. Rutter also got the chance to see how work is progressing on the GSX-R1000 he has bought to race at the TT where he’ll be backed by Bathams Brewery, Pirelli ...

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Farquhar blitzes Scarborough record book

Phil Wain, 27 May 2009 09:12

Ryan Farquhar notched up a unprecendented 18 wins in 18 rides at the Barry Sheene Classic Festival at Scarbought this weekend In his record-breaking spree Farquhar recorded the most number of wins in one weekend by a rider at the venue, broke Bob Heath's 13-year old 500cc Classic bike lap record and set the Classic Superbike lap record. He said: ...

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Video: Isle of Man TT preview

Andy Downes, 26 May 2009 15:59

The Isle of Man TT kicks off in just four days and this official TT promotional video should be just the ticket to remind yourselves what an awesome event it is.  

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Rutter buys Suzuki superbike to race at TT

Gary Pinchin, 22 May 2009 17:43

Michael Rutter will race a Suzuki in this year’s two superbike races at the TT. In the two days since parting company with the NW200 Yamaha team, Rutter has arranged to buy his own K9 GSX-R1000 from Crescent Suzuki, the Verwood-based company behind the Worx Suzuki that Sylvain Guintoli races in BSB this year. He’s also picked up sponsorship from ...

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‘Lotus’ TTXGP bike: Mick Grant out, Ilmor forks in

Guy Procter, 19 May 2009 14:51

The electric racer based on former Lotus engineer Peter William’s carbon monocoque design won’t now be ridden by seven-times TT winner Mick Grant, but will feature MotoGP-spec forks from the Ilmor X3. Grant’s license to race the TT course was revoked after objections the seven-times winner wouldn’t have enough practise laps under his belt to qualify. “It’s a huge victory ...

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Plater's NW200 double

Phil Wain, 18 May 2009 10:04

Steve Plater stole the show at today’s heavily interrupted 80th anniversary International North West 200 dominating proceedings to take two wins out of two. The HM Plant Honda rider was in imperious form and held off close challenges from Bruce Anstey in both races to increase his tally of wins around the 8.9-mile circuit to eight. However, with strong gusting ...

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North West 200: Ian Hutchinson back in the saddle

Phil Wain, 15 May 2009 14:47

The forgotten man of the British Supersport Championship, Ian Hutchinson, has been back in the saddle this week, riding the Padgett's Honda's at the North West 200. The 29-year old, without a ride for the short circuits in 2009, signed a deal with the Batley motorcycle dealers for the three International road races and, aside from six days of testing ...

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Rain plays havoc with North West 200 qualifying

Phil Wain, 15 May 2009 09:13

Kiwi Bruce Anstey lines up in pole position for Saturday’s North West 200 superbike races with John McGuinness on the HM plant Honda and Alastair Seeley, a late addition to the class on his Relentless Superstock Suzuki, alongside him. The Relentless by TAS Suzuki rider and his rivals relied on their times set during Tuesday’s first practice after last night’s ...

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