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Stuart Easton sets blistering pace at Macau Grand Prix

Phil Wain, 19 November 2009 11:27

Stuart Easton set the fastest ever lap of the 3.8-mile Macau circuit on Thursday afternoon to set provisional pole position for Saturday’s 15-lap Macau Grand Prix. The Hydrex IGT Honda ace set a time of 2m25.476s and could have gone quicker still in the closing moments had it not been for a slower rider holding him up through the Melco ...

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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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KTM’s Johnson tops Wannerroo practice

Phil Wain, 06 November 2009 16:02

Honours were even in the practice results on the opening day of the Kings of Wanneroo event in Perth, Western Australia as GB and Australia shared the top ten positions at the end of Friday’s three 25-minute practice sessions. It was KTM Australia’s Shannon Johnson who topped every session on his RC8R machine, ending the day with a lap of ...

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Keith Amor signs with JMF/Millsport Yamaha for 2010

Phil Wain, 29 August 2009 10:30

Keith Amor has today ended weeks of speculation by signing for the JMF/Millsport Yamaha team for the 2010 season with the news coming just a week after it emerged that he had ended his successful partnership with Wilson Craig Racing. The announcement also puts him in an enviable situation, having his deal for 2010 already signed with many of his ...

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Dundrod 150 superbike race

Phil Wain, 14 August 2009 14:40

The Dundrod race circuit in Northern Ireland has re-asserted itself as the fastest road race circuit in the world today when Conor Cummins lapped at an unbelievable speed of 133.282mph in Thursday afternoon’s Dundrod 150 Superbike race. The Manxman had already lapped in excess of 132mph during practice, comfortably quicker than John McGuinness’ lap record of 131.717mph from 2007, but ...

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Farquhar claims Armoy hat-trick

Phil Wain, 13 August 2009 11:42

Ryan Farquhar goes into this weekend’s Ulster Grand Prix full of confidence after another three race wins at last weekend’s inaugural Armoy Road Races took his season tally to 52 victories. Farquhar claimed the Open, Supersport and Supertwins races. He also clinched the Irish Road Race and Ulster Road Race Championships for each class – plus the Duke Road Race ...

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Four more for Farquhar

Phil Wain, 04 August 2009 10:36

Ryan Farquhar's dominance of the 2009 Irish national road races continued at the Mid Antrim 150 on Saturday with yet another four wins. The KMR Kawasaki took his fourth successive four-timer as he claimed the Superbike, Grand Final, Supersport 600cc and Supertwins races to make it an astounding 49 wins for the season. The opening Superbike race saw Farquhar get ...

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Farquhar takes four wins at Faugheen

Phil Wain, 31 July 2009 10:08

It seems like there’s no stopping Ryan Farquhar in the Irish national road races. For the third meeting in a row, the Dungannon man  racked up four wins in a day – this time at the Faugheen 50 Road Races. The KMR Kawasaki rider was never headed throughout the day and took the chequered flag in the Open, Grand Final, ...

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