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Bruce Anstey won one of the most thrilling races in Isle of Man TT history

Phil Wain, 04 June 2012 16:24

Bruce Anstey won one of the most thrilling races in Isle of Man TT history when he took the first Supersport race on Monday afternoon from fellow Antipodean Cameron Donald by just 0.77s. Once long time leader Michael Dunlop retired on the third lap, there was never more than a couple of seconds between Anstey, Donald and Gary Johnson with ...

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Isle of Man TT: Friday Practice - Final Qualifying Session Cut Short

Phil Wain, 02 June 2012 06:52

With the beautiful weather returning to the Isle of Man once more, expectations were high going into the final evening’s practice session on Friday but it all came to nothing as an oil spill left the course unrideable. With the top to the bottom of Barregarrow and Ballaugh sections affected, only two laps of solo practice were possible and the ...

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Super seven for Ryan Farquhar at Oliver's Mount

Phil Wain, 18 April 2011 17:24

Ryan Farquhar got his 2011 road racing season underway in perfect style on Sunday when he dominated the Ian Watson Trophy races at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough. The KMR Kawasaki rider was again in imperious form around the woodland circuit and won all seven races that he started including the feature trophy race for the fourth consecutive year. With the 2.43-mile ...

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Reeves' 2010 TT appearance in doubt

Phil Wain, 24 February 2010 09:46

Sidecar ace Tim Reeves is facing an uncertain Isle of Man TT future after one of his main sponsors withdrew their support for the 2010 road racing season. The triple World Sidecar champion, who finished in a brilliant third on his Mountain Course debut in 2008, was due to contest the two sidecar aces with new passenger Dan Sayle but ...

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Simon Andrews in at the deep end at Macau

Phil Wain, 19 November 2009 11:42

British Superbike star Simon Andrews admitted that his first taste of real road racing at today's Macau GP practice had been a somewhat daunting experience. "F*** me, this place is scary," were the 25-year olds first words after the opening practice session. "So much of the course looks the same so I'm opening the throttle when I shouldn't be and ...

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Rea completes Wanneroo hat-trick

Phil Wain, 08 November 2009 23:43

Jonathan Rea completed his hat-trick in the third Kings of Wanneroo race on Sunday and duly wrapped up the overall crown to follow in the footsteps of Australian Superbike Champion Glenn Allerton who took the inaugural title 12 months ago. Rea was never headed in the final 15-lap race and when Alastair Seeley crashed out and Ian Lowry’s exhaust fell ...

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Rea makes it two from two at Wanneroo

Phil Wain, 08 November 2009 23:30

Jonathan Rea made it two from two when he won the second 15-lap Kings of Wanneroo race at the Barbagallo Raceway on Sunday coming through from a sluggish start to win by an eventual 4.3seconds. The Ulsterman hit the front on the sixth lap and took his second victory of the day from fellow countrymen Alastair Seeley and Ian Lowry. ...

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Rea takes first Wanneroo win

Phil Wain, 08 November 2009 23:19

Jonathan Rea drew first blood on Sunday for the Kings of Wanneroo event in Pert, Australia when he led the opening 15-lap race from start to finish. The 22-year old had to work hard for his victory by fellow Ulsterman Ian Lowry and Australian polesitter Shannon Johnson but he withstood the pressure and eventually took the chequered flag by just ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Camier takes 15th race win

Phil Wain, 31 August 2009 14:42

Leon Camier took his fifth win in a row and his 15th of the season when he dominated the opening British Superbike race at Cadwell Park on Monday. Second off the line, Camier trailed early leader Stuart Easton for the first few laps before hitting the front for the first time on lap 4 and from there he was never ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Leon Camier takes pole

Phil Wain, 30 August 2009 17:47

As expected, Leon Camier took pole position for Monday’s British Superbike round at Cadwell Park with another imperious performance in this afternoon’s ‘Roll for Pole’ qualifying. Having dominated every free practice session, the Championship leader was the only rider to lap below 1m28s and although he didn’t quite lap as quick as what he had done on Sunday morning, his ...

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