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Woffinden ends British speedway drought

Tony Hoare, 19 May 2013 11:02

British rider Tai Woffinden took his country’s first speedway Grand Prix win in six years in Prague last night. The 22-year-old from Scunthorpe was the second highest scorer in the qualifying heats and earned a showdown in the deciding final race with the top qualifier, Russia’s Emil Sayfutdinov. When the Russian made a false start in the final and was ...

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Dakar legend Cyril Despres leaves KTM

Michael Guy, 13 March 2013 11:38

Five time Dakar winner Cyril Despres has left KTM; the manufacturer he has ridden for the last 12 years. During his time with the Austrian company he has enjoyed unprecedented success having finished on the Dakar podium a total of ten times. Despres said: "I have spent a large part of my career to date with KTM, so as you ...

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Video: David Knight last to first in Barcelona SuperEnduro race

Michael Guy, 12 February 2013 15:05

Three time world Enduro champion David Knight took a stunning race win in the Barcelona SuperEnduro round on Sunday. The 34 year old Honda rider stormed from the back of the grid to force his way past the best extreme Enduro riders in the world to take a brilliant win. Speaking to MCN Knight said: “In the first race of the ...

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Troy Bayliss Classic sorts the men from the MotoGP boys

Nick Byrne, 22 January 2013 10:54

The inaugural Troy Bayliss flat-track classic brought together many of the biggest names in two-wheeled motorsport from Australia and overseas for a truly unique event. It wasn’t designed to prove MotoGP riders are second best when it comes to a real man’s form of racing, but that’s how it turned out, with no blue-riband-class rider featuring in the top ten. ...

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Stage 14: Despres takes Dakar win number five

Michael Guy, 20 January 2013 02:47

Frenchman Cyril Despres dreams of winning his fifth Dakar in eight years became a reality when the factory KTM rider secured victory in Santiago today. The 38 year old finished 14th position on the delayed final stage, but after losing only 3m58s to stage winner Francisco Lopez he did enough to secure the victory.Even without long time rival Marc Coma ...

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Dakar Stage 13: Brits deliver impressive results on penultimate stage of Dakar

Michael Guy, 19 January 2013 14:01

The five strong British based contingents all had positive days on the penultimate stage of the Dakar with Stan Watt and Tim Forman moving up to 25th and 26th place respectively in the overall standings. For Forman his escalation in the standings came after finishing 28th on the stage today – his best result of the race to date. He ...

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Dakar Stage 13: Lopez delights fans to win stage, Despres remains in control

Michael Guy, 19 January 2013 13:52

Chilean Francisco Lopez had a day to remember after winning his fourth stageof the race to move up to second in the overall standings. Lopez profited from a navigational error of former second place man Ruben Faria while showing the outright pace to beat Despres on the fast 441km timed special. He said: “Tomorrow will be a great day because ...

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Dakar Stage 12: Brits Round-up

Michael Guy, 18 January 2013 09:20

Stage 12 of the 2013 Dakar saw the remaining UK based riders continue to deliver results despite battling fatigue and injury. Tim Forman was once again the highest placed Brit finishing in 36th place on the stage, a result that has moved him up to 32nd overall. Forman said: “I definitely had a better day than yesterday. I started the ...

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Dakar Stage 12: Eventful day for Poskitt in tough stage

Michael Guy, 18 January 2013 09:16

Lyndon Poskitt experienced first hand the challenges of the Dakar after a highly eventful stage 11 saw him have to cope with potential race ending technical problems. The 34 year old Brit realised 30km into the 392km timed special that his front mudguard was loose and that his front brake had stopped working. Poskitt explained. “When I stopped to work ...

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Dakar Stage 12: Verhoeven wins stage, Despres rides smart to stay in front

Michael Guy, 18 January 2013 09:09

Dutchman Frans Veorhoeven became the sixth man to win a stage of the 2013 Dakar, claiming victory on the 319km timed special from Fiambala to Copiapo. The Dutch riders are renowned sand experts and Verhoeven made the most of one of the last big sand stage of the race to win 1m 38s from factory KTM rider Ruben Faria. He ...


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