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Family update Olie Linsdell’s condition

Gary Pinchin, 06 September 2010 17:29

This is the latest statement from the Manx GP press office updating Olie Linsdell’s condition following his crash in the Post Classic Senior Manx GP: Carole Linsdell has asked the Manx Grand Prix Press office to pass on details of Olie’s condition in hospital in Liverpool following his accident at Bishop’s Court in the Post Classic Manx Grand Prix race ...

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Ulster Grand Prix future

Gary Pinchin, 19 August 2010 10:30

The Ulster Grand Prix has been through a difficult period but this year was revered as one of the best days of racing in the sport’s history. But what of the future? MCN spoke to Noel Johnston, the man who masterminds the event and is the UGP Clerk of the Course. How is the Ulster Grand Prix funded?It all relies ...

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Hutchinson to Relentless Suzuki?

Gary Pinchin, 19 August 2010 10:11

Rumours of Ian Hutchinson, Michael Dunlop and Keith Amor being courted by the Relentless by TAS Suzuki team for 2011 simultaneously began at Brands Hatch and  Armoy just over two weeks ago. The rumours gathered momentum at the Ulster GP to the point where it was suggested Padgetts Honda rider Hutchinson had even tested the bikes at Kirkistown earlier. Both ...

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Bruce Anstey: Road racing’s reclusive hero

Gary Pinchin, 18 August 2010 16:04

Bruce Anstey arrived at the Ulster Grand Prix without as much as having ridden a scooter since the TT, let alone a 200+bhp superbike.  He left with a Superbike race win and a new 133.977mph lap record. That makes him the fastest rider on the fastest motorcycle racing circuit in the world. Rumours were rife that his job was on ...

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Anstey’s record breaking Ulster GP

Gary Pinchin, 15 August 2010 16:00

Bruce Anstey won the final Superbike race of the day at the Ulster Grand Prix and set a blistering new lap record of 133.977mph to maintain the event’s boast of being the fastest road racing in the world. His new record on the final lap came as he charged from third to first in the final half of the lap ...

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TT Blog: Mad sunday

Gary Pinchin, 08 June 2010 10:59

After Saturday’s racing, the electric bikes set off on a lap of practice. There were only eight bikes (well seven because the other one was a scooter), with one team not arriving in time but given dispensation to run only one qualifying lap on Monday. I wasn’t here at the TT last year and was looking forward to seeing the ...

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Hutchinson takes TT Superbike race

Gary Pinchin, 06 June 2010 10:01

Ian Hutchinson won today’s TT Superbike race on a Padggets Hondas.The six-lap race was delayed by three and half hours by swirling mist but once it got underway it was a typical six-lap TT race, filled with drama and a tinge of controversy. Lap 1:In the early stages John McGuinness led by eight hundredths of a second at Glen Helen ...

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TT blog June 4: Things you don't see at short circuit races

Gary Pinchin, 04 June 2010 08:47

Tonight’s practice was about as chaotic as it gets. And the chaos was caused by a need to allow all the riders to test their pit lane limiters against the new 60kph limit. To test it the solos had to run after the sidecar practice. All the solos lined up in the paddock area beneath the pit lane access rode ...

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Hutchinson clocks 130mph

Gary Pinchin, 04 June 2010 08:39

Ian Hutchinson joined the exclusive 130mph club when he clocked a 130.165mph lap in tonight’s practice session on his Padgetts Honda superbike – and then said he could have gone faster had it not been for a series of yellow flags around the course.    Uniquely, the sidecars practiced first tonight in order that the solos could test their electronic limiters ...

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TT blog: Monday, May31 'proper old school racing'

Gary Pinchin, 01 June 2010 08:34

MCN's Gary Pinchin is on the Isle of Man and will be reporting back with a daily blog from behind the scenes at the world famous TT. I can’t imagine a better day than today. After a hearty breakfast (that didn’t include Manx kippers!) I caught the steam train from Douglas to Castletown, bound for the Pre-TT Classic races at ...

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