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Kyalami WSS: Race results - Laverty wins, Crutchlow forced to accept second

MCN, 17 May 2009 13:48

Eugine Laverty had an amazing race from the start, even Cal Crutchlow was unable to catch the Irish racer. Michael Laverty finished in 11th place after fighting his way up from 19th place in qualifying. 1 Laverty E. (IRL) Honda CBR600RR 39'06.0612 Crutchlow C. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R6 2.546 3 Aitchison M. (AUS) Honda CBR600RR 17.358 4 Lascorz J. (ESP) Kawasaki ZX-6R 17.454 5 Sofuoglu K. (TUR) ...

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Kyalami WSB: Race 1 results - Haga wins

MCN, 17 May 2009 13:32

Noriyuki Haga showed again why he is the current leader on points as he secured his fifth win this year. Spies was challenging Haga until a mistake in the middle of the race when Spies feet slipped of his pegs. Jonathan Rea was the highest finishing Brit after a intense battle with Max Biaggi for fourth place. 1 Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1098R 39'47.4362 Fabrizio M. ...

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Kyalami WSB: Superpole results, Spies takes pole

MCN, 16 May 2009 16:17

Ben Spies landed his sixth superpole after a fierce duel with Michael Fabrizio for the position. Spies only managed to land the position in the final sections of superpole, and by a tiny margin of just 0.001 of a second. Jonathan Rea landed an impressive fith, only just behind Haga. Haga (the current leader on points) was nearly knocked out ...

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Lavilla heads Thruxton second practice

MCN, 13 April 2007 16:49

Gregorio Lavilla continues the form he showed at Brand Hatch last weekend by setting the pace in this afternoon in free practice for Sunday second round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Thruxton. Lavilla has taken the Airwaves Ducati around the fast and bumpy 2.356 mile course in 1:50.06s, just outside his own lap record of 1:14.89 set in ...

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Pedrosa heads morning warm-up

MCN, 10 March 2007 11:11

Dani Pedrosa has gone fastest in the morning warm-up session for the opening MotoGP of the season in Qatar.   The Spanish Honda rider is first of three young riders heading the morning times, with John Hopkins second quickest on the Suzuki, and Casey Stoner third fastest for Ducati.   There was a crash for Pedrosa following his fastest lap, ...

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Toseland wins race two

MCN, 24 February 2007 13:30

James Toseland has won the second race at the Losail circuit in Qatar after a near faultless ride. Early on, the same group of four as race one consisting of Toseland, Biaggi, Haga and Corser made the break at the front with Kawasaki’s Fonsi Nieto clinging behind in fifth after a lightning start. Toseland lapped consistently at the front while ...

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Joey's trophies displayed

MCN, 15 January 2007 12:28

The 26 trophies won by TT record holder Joey Dunlop, OBE, will go on display to the public during next year’s races. The aim is to boost funds for the Joey Dunlop Foundation and raise money to build the holiday home on the Island for disabled people.

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2007 Goodwood theme

MCN, 15 January 2007 10:48

‘Spark of Genius – Breaking Records, Pushing Boundaries’ will be the theme for the 2007 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Included in this will be a celebration of the TT and its Centenary year with iconic bikes from the history of the Isle of Man races. This will take in the Hillclimb amongst the plethora of historic machinery showcased at Goodwood.

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Ilmor signs Jezza and Pitt

MCN, 03 January 2007 15:47

Jeremy McWilliams got an early Christmas present and a huge lift after his broken leg nightmare, when it was confirmed that he will definitely make a shock return to the MotoGP  championship in 2007. The 42-year-old has signed a deal with the Northamptonshire-based Ilmor squad to partner Andrew Pitt on the new X3 V4 800cc machine when the new season ...

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TT Legends

MCN, 27 December 2006 13:30

Italian racing superstar  Giacomo Agostini headlines a glittering array of racing legends appearing at next year’s Centenary TT. Many of the greatest names to have graced the Isle of Man TT races will relive their golden days as they take to the tortuous 37.73mile Mountain course once again. Kevin Schwantz was also recently announced as attending. Fifteen-times World Champion Agostini ...

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