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TT Preview: Bruce Anstey - new team, new focus

Gary Pinchin, 29 May 2011 16:06

There's something very different about Bruce Anstey this year. He smiles a lot. He's chatty (well, more so than ever before). He's training. He's out and about at official engagements. And he seems genuinely happy. It's all a far cry from the reclusive character that used to show up at the North West, TT and Ulster GP and go racing. ...

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TT Preview: McGuinness' Mountain Desire

Gary Pinchin, 24 May 2011 15:43

15 TT wins. 29 podiums. Outright lap record holder. TT legend. With his record on the TT mountain course, John McGuinness could be forgiven for being a bit of a superstyar be he's more like your best mate you enjoy having a natter with about racing over a pint. He's still in his leathers after a qualifying session on his ...

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Easton seriously injured in NW200 crash

Gary Pinchin, 20 May 2011 08:54

BSB star Stuart Easton suffered serious injury after a crash early in the opening lap of Superstock practice at the North West 200 yesterday (Thursday). The MSS Kawasaki rider was initially assessed in Coleraine hospital where his injuries were diagnosed as a broken right femur, broken pelvis and possible internal injuries. He was transferred immediately to a specialist pelvic unit ...

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1992 Senior voted ‘greatest TT race’

Gary Pinchin, 02 February 2011 18:47

Fans have chosen the 1992 Senior TT, which quickly unfolded into a thrilling battle between Steve Hislop and Carl Fogarty, as the greatest race of all time on the iconic Mountain Course. The race saw both riders on unfamiliar bikes at the TT; ‘Foggy’ on a Loctite Yamaha OW01, Hizzy on an Abus-backed Norton rotary. But it didn’t stop them ...

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Cameron Donald signs for Wilson Craig

Gary Pinchin, 01 December 2010 16:05

Australian Cameron Donald has signed to race for Wilson Craig in next year’s international road races.
  The Australian left Relentless Suzuki by TAS Racing only a week ago by mutual consent, less than two weeks after penning a deal for next year. However, Donald has now been confirmed at Wilson Craig Racing, where Martin – not with TAS -  raced ...

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McGuinness and Amor to miss NW200?

Gary Pinchin, 30 November 2010 14:12

Race fans in Northern Ireland have been shocked to hear that John McGuinness and Keith Amor may be forced to miss the 2011 North West 200. The race on May 21 clashes with the second round of the World Endurance Championship at Albacete in Spain on May 22, which McGuinness and Amor are due to ride in for the new ...

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New Manx GP race programme

Gary Pinchin, 29 November 2010 11:26

The Manx Motor Cycle Club have restructured the Manx Grand Prix Races ahead of the 2011 event - including new classes and a revised calendar that will see the meeting ending with a high profile Classic Superbike Race. The MMCC have also reviewed the replica criteria in the Classic Races to ensure that results are not skewed by the participation ...

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2011 TT to host Mountain course Centenary festival

Gary Pinchin, 28 October 2010 11:17

Next year marks 100 years of racing on the 37.73mile Mountain course and to celebrate the momentous landmark in motorcycle racing history, a ‘Milestones of the Mountain’ nostalgia festival has been created, celebrating great riders, historic machines and magic moments in the TT Mountain Course’s rich history. The nostalgia festival will take place on June 9/10, with the Friday June ...

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Hutchinson’s Manx GP parade lap

Gary Pinchin, 03 September 2010 19:09

TT record-breaker Ian Hutchinson was guest of honour at this year’s Manx Grand Prix and was given the chance to do a lap of honour between the two races at today’s Manx. The lap was to celebrate his historic five wins in a week that he achieved at the 2010 TT races, beating Irishman Phillip McCallen’s previous record of four ...

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Dunlop edges ever closer to 120mph classic Manx lap

Gary Pinchin, 28 August 2010 19:14

Friday night’s practice at the Manx GP was a night of lap records in both classic and modern machines with Michael Dunlop again posting an unofficial fastest in the Post Classic Class Double TT 2010 sidecar champion Dan Sayle shattered Richard ‘Milky’ Quayle’s 1999 lap record with a new, albeit also unofficial, fastest ever MGP Lightweight’s lap of 116.500 in ...

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