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BSB Mallory Park: Race 2 results

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 18:10

Leon Camier has won a rain hit second British Superbike race at Mallory Park this afternoon to maintain his Championship lead. The race was held in torrential rain and was ultimately red flagged after 15 laps due to standing water on the entrance to Gerrards but with less than two thirds race distance completed, only half points were awarded and ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Riders and team managers fuming after crash

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 17:05

Riders and team managers are still fuming after the incident in today’s opening British Superbike race at Mallory Park when Josh Brookes triggered a crash that saw six of the leading runners eliminated. Stuart Hicken, team boss of Buildbase Kawasaki, saw his rider John Laverty miss out on at least a sixth place finish when he crashed on oil left ...

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Amor beats Farquhar in Athea Open race

Phil Wain, 30 June 2009 10:07

Scot Keith Amor recorded yet another win on the Irish roads at the weekend when he won the Open race at the Athea road races. The Wilson Craig Racing Honda rider also finished a close second in the Grand Final and third in the Supersport 600cc race to make it a successful day's racing, ensuring his strong 2009 season continued. ...

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Isle of Man TT: McGuinness continues blistering pace

Phil Wain, 03 June 2009 10:00

John McGuinness again topped the leaderboard after the third night of practice for the 2009 Isle of Man TT Races and, with a lap of 129.661mph, the HM Plant Honda rider came within six seconds of his own outright lap record. Get all the latest TT news Quickest on his first lap, at just under 127mph, he then went quicker ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: McGuinness nervous? Too right

Phil Wain, 02 June 2009 10:05

When the sun shines, there’s nowhere better to go racing than at the Isle of Man TT Races – and, boy, is the sun shining! The first timed practice session has just finished and whilst the Island is continuing to welcome a steady flow of visitors, expected to increase considerably as the week wears on, there’s a very relaxed mood ...


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