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Macau Grand Prix Race Postponed

Stephen Davison, 17 November 2012 11:07

The Macau Grand Prix, scheduled to be run at 15.30pm (7.30am UK time) on Saturday, has been postponed until Sunday because of rain. The morning warm up had already been shifted until 13.40pm after heavy overnight rain had left the 3.8 mile Guia course soaking wet but the car races and a strong breeze had dried the tarmac all the ...

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Rutter on course for record eighth Macau win

Stephen Davison, 16 November 2012 13:08

Michael Rutter is well on course to win his eighth Macau Grand Prix after snatching pole position from his SMT Honda teammate John McGuinness during the final qualifying session on Thursday evening. The 40 year old Birmingham rider became the most successful Macau racer of all-time in 2011 when he won his seventh Grand Prix in the former Portuguese colony ...

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Portuguese rider fatally injured in Macau GP qualifying

Stephen Davison, 15 November 2012 16:09

A day of carnage and tragedy marred the opening practice session of the 2012 Macau Grand Prix. After a series of rare crashes earlier in the day Portuguese rider Luis Carreira lost his life in a crash on the third lap of the afternoon qualifying session. 35 year old Carreira, who finished fourth in Macau in 2008, died soon after ...

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Michael Rutter’s record-breaking seventh Macau GP win

Stephen Davison, 21 November 2011 09:30

Michael Rutter became the most successful rider in Macau Grand Prix history when he clinched a seventh victory on the Chinese street circuit on Sunday. In spite of holding pole position, the 39-year-old Riders Ducati star had to overcome what he described as 'the toughest conditions I have ever known in Macau' to break the record of six wins that ...

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Trimby bows out of the Macau Grand Prix

Stephen Davison, 18 November 2011 09:17

Macau Grand Prix riders were stunned to receive a personal letter from Mike Trimby on their arrival in the Chinese city informing them that he is quitting as race co-ordinator after 34 years in charge. Although Trimby would not comment himself when approached by MCN his letter cites 'problems with a certain member of the Macau Grand Prix organisation who ...

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Friday qualifying cancelled in Macau

Stephen Davison, 18 November 2011 09:08

Bad weather continued to play havoc with the Macau Grand Prix schedule with Friday morning's qualifying session being cancelled because of rain.  The packed car racing programme of practice and qualifying left no room for the bikes later in the day so all the action will shift to Saturday-again weather permitting. It is hoped that the 7.30am Saturday morning warm ...

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Macau GP: Rutter fastest in first practice as tropical storm strikes

Stephen Davison, 17 November 2011 10:59

Michael Rutter used all of his Macau experience to set the fastest lap in the opening practice session for Saturday's race when he will try to win a record seventh Macau Grand Prix on the Ducati. It could also prove to be a crucial tactical move as a tropical storm brought heavy rain to Macau, forcing the afternoon practice ...

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Macau GP Preview

Stephen Davison, 17 November 2011 07:30

Practice begins at 7.30am this morning (Thursday) for the 45th Macau Grand Prix in China.  Michael Rutter, riding his Riders Ducati in the red, white and blue Team of Paris livery will start as favourite and if the 39 year old does triumph he will become the most successful Macau racer ever.  At present the Birmingham rider is tied on ...

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Michael Dunlop to race Sidecar TT

Stephen Davison, 16 November 2011 10:07

Double TT winner Michael Dunlop has announced that he intends to race in both the sidecar and solo classes at the TT next year – in an attempt to become the first winner on both two and three wheels at the TT since Freddie Dixon in 1923. The 22-year-old made a sensational start to his historic bid with a brilliant ...

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Ulster Grand Prix preview

Stephen Davison, 10 August 2011 10:57

Irish road racing fans will be hoping that on-form Michael Dunlop can emulate the recent success of fellow countrymen golfer Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke to end the Irish famine of Superbike race winners to score a home win on his green and white Street Sweep Kawasakis at the Ulster Grand Prix. It is nine years since Adrian Archibald won ...


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