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TT schedule announced

Gary Pinchin, 04 December 2009 15:15

TT Mountain Course race schedule reverts to core programme. Billown Lightweight and Ultra Lightweight TT Races no longer part of schedule. Classic parade laps return on Senior Race Day. Those are the main changes in store for fans at the 2010 Isle of Man TT racing schedule. The racing programme on the 37.73 mile Mountain course remains unchanged from this ...

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Conor Cummins stays with McAdoo

Gary Pinchin, 01 December 2009 12:51

Conor Cummins stays with McAdoo Kawasaki for the big three international superbike road races next year. Cummins said: “The McAdoo Kawasaki ZX-10R is tried and tested. We know where we are with it and it’s going to get even better so roll on 2010.” Cummins impressive 2009 season included: two TT podiums, becoming only the third rider in history to ...

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Zero Emissions race in USA

Gary Pinchin, 08 November 2009 22:54

TTXGP and Infineon Raceway have announced an alliance that will see the Sonoma (California) road course serve as host site of the first-ever TTXGP zero carbon motorcycle race in the United States. Building on the success of the TTXGP zero carbon clean emission race for electric motorcycles held at the Isle of Man TT in June, Infineon Raceway will make ...

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Whyte appointed NW200 Race Director

Gary Pinchin, 06 November 2009 14:33

Mervyn Whyte MBE has been appointed NW200 Race Director and oversee the overall operation of the event, working alongside a management team of seven personnel who will be responsible for the areas of safety, the paddock, general duties, communications, finance, operations and course set-up.  Whyte, the former NW Clerk of the Course, explained the background to the new structure: “The ...

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BSB and TT stars head for Wannerroo

Gary Pinchin, 03 November 2009 15:47

Top British racers are in Australia this weekend for the 2009 Kings of Wannerroo International. Headlining the entry are WSB starJonathan Rea and former MotoGP man Jeremy McWilliams while MSS Kawasaki’s Simon Andrews plus Relentless by TAS Suzuki duo Ian Lowry and Alastair Seeley top the BSB contingent along with roads men Guy Martin, Keith Amor, Conor Cummins, Ryan Farqhuar ...

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Lougher launches Team Blackhorse Kawasaki

Gary Pinchin, 29 October 2009 12:01

Ian Lougher has switched his race team from Yamaha to Kawasaki for the 2010 season on the roads and on short circuits. He will run the team under the banner of Team Blackhorse Kawasaki. The experienced roads man will race at the North West 200, TT, Ulster GP and Oliver’s Mount Kawasakis in the superbike, superstock and supersport classes. Lougher ...

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Ian Lougher back in British 125 seiries

Gary Pinchin, 22 September 2009 13:06

Veteran roads star Ian Lougher returns to short circuit racing this weekend when he takes part in the British GP125 race at Silverstone. Lougher won three races last weekend at Scarborough in the 125, 250 and 600 race – smashing the lap record in the 600 race. He also finished third on the Balck horse Finance Yamaha superstock bike in ...

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Gary Johnson’s Scarborough learning curve

Gary Pinchin, 22 September 2009 12:52

Gary Johnson was racing his own Honda at Scarborough, the same bike he’s run in the last two National Superstock rounds at BSB meetings. Johnson said: “The last time I came to Scarborough was in 2007 on a friend’s road bike so this is my first Scarborough on a proper racing machine. “I’ve never braked so hard, so many times ...

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Top guns chase Scarborough gold Cup

Gary Pinchin, 16 September 2009 17:57

This weekend’s Scarborough Gold Cup has attracted a top-class entry, features some of the sport’s leading racers on the pure road courses. The 59th Steve Henshaw International  Gold Cup Road Races, organised by the Auto 66 Club, is the final road race meeting of the year and has brought an impressive entry for this two-day meeting on the 2.43-mile road ...

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Competitor dies in Manx Newcomers race

Gary Pinchin, 02 September 2009 10:00

Richard Bartlett died after crashing his Honda CBR600 in yesterday’s Manx Grand Prix Newcomers race. The organisers, the Manx Motor Cycle Club, released the following statement: “The Manx Motor Cycle Club, organisers of the Manx Grand Prix in the Isle of Man, regret to announce that a competitor in the MMCC Newcomers Race sustained fatal injuries. Thirty-eight-year-old engineer Richard Bartlett ...

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