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Seeley lays down his marker in NW200 practice

Gary Pinchin, 18 May 2011 10:15

Alastair Seeley topped the opening Superbike and Superstock qualifying practice sessions and was second in the Supersport class, pipped by a tenth of a second by Cameron Donald tonight in preparation for Saturday’s North West 200 races. Last year Seeley won the Superbike feature and the opening Supersport race but clearly has even bigger things on his mind this year, ...

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Hutchinson signs for Swan Yamaha

Gary Pinchin, 27 January 2011 15:06

Ian Hutchinson has signed a two-year deal to ride for Swan Yamaha in the major international road races and selected rounds of the British Supersport series. Hutchy is still recovering from the broken leg he suffered at Silverstone last year but is hoping to be ready to race again by April. And Hutchinson – who won a record-breaking five solo ...

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Ulster GP admission price rise

Gary Pinchin, 21 December 2010 17:22

The Dundrod and District Motorcycle Club have been forced to increase the price of admission to the 2011 Ulster Grand Prix after sustained a substantial loss following this year’s races. The club took over running the Ulster in 2002 and in the past 10 years have spent some £500k on safety around the course with the assistance of some funding ...

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Production-based racing only at 2011 NW200

Gary Pinchin, 19 November 2010 10:35

Next year’s North West 200 will feature a five-race programme featuring two Superbike and two 600cc races in addition to the Superstock race. Traditionally only the main NW200 race has been run over six laps however in 2011 all five events will be six-lap races. The casualty is the 125 class which the Coleraine and District Motor Club Ltd say ...

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Dunlop tests Relentless Suzuki

Gary Pinchin, 28 October 2010 10:53

Michael Dunlop tested a Relentless by TAS Suzuki last week at Kirkistown but is still no closer to being able to confirm his 2011 plans. TAS boss Philip Neill admitted Dunlop rode the bike but says no contract is on the table and that he’s still in talks with others including the team’s two 2009 riders, Cameron Donald and Bruce ...

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Honda Racing reveal TT plans

Gary Pinchin, 28 October 2010 10:24

John McGuiness and Keith Amor have been confirmed by Honda Racing for the North West 200 and TT and rumours persist that they may also do the entire World Endurance championship, along with another TT hero, Steve Plater.  Honda Racing team boss Neil Tuxworth said: “We have signed McGuinness and Amor for the North West and TT but we’re still ...

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Westmoreland to race TAS GSX-R600 at Sunflower

Gary Pinchin, 07 October 2010 16:56

James Westmoreland will make a one-off appearance for Relentless by TAS Suzuki team at the Sunflower Trophy Races on October 15/16 at Bishopscourt, Northern Ireland. The 22-year-old runner-up in this season’s British Supersport series (riding a CAME Yamaha) will form part of a three-pronged Relentless by TAS Suzuki offensive at th event. BSB regulars Alastair Seeley and five-time Sunflower Trophy ...

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McGurk and Kent close 2010 Manx GP with race wins

Gary Pinchin, 03 September 2010 19:01

The final day’s racing at the 2010 Manx Grand Prix, sponsored by visitisleofman.com, was subject to an hour’s delay with mist reported on the mountain section of the course. Clerk of the Course Phil Taubman reported that the roads were dry and that conditions were good although riders were advised to watch out for mist patches on the mountain and ...

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Manx GP Junior result revised

Gary Pinchin, 02 September 2010 13:25

The Manx GP organisers have revised the result of yesterday’s Manx GP Junior race and awarded the race win to Michael Sweeney. Following a report that Simon Fulton, the winner of the shortened 2010 Manx Grand Prix race, was not observing the waved yellow flags during an incident at Signpost Corner, the Manx Motorcycle Club have reviewed the incident, confirmed ...

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Deaths overshadow Manx GP Junior race

Gary Pinchin, 02 September 2010 09:00

Simon Fulton was awarded the Manx GP Junior race after the race was brought to a premature halt following a red flag incident at Alpine Cottage. The race was stopped with only eight riders having completed the second lap and regulations state that a race is valid if more than half has been completed so Fulton was awarded a win ...

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