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Isle of Man TT: Cummins out of today’s Superbike TT race

Gary Pinchin, 02 June 2012 10:00

Conor Cummins has just withdrawn from today’s six-lap Superbike TT race. The Manxman suffered two broken fingers in his right hand at the North West 200 just over a week ago. Cummins has practiced on his Tyco TAS Suzukis all week and clocked a best lap of 124.90mph. He told MCN: “I’m gutted but I’m not going to be able ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: Superbike form guide? No chance for the betting man

Gary Pinchin, 02 June 2012 09:03

We got back to hotel last night after practice had been curtailed by two incidents:  a crash at Ballaugh that left oil on the course, and a huge oil spillage at the top of Barregarow. There had been too little time to get a road cleaner out to the course, clean up the mess and then allow the superbikes on ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: Cameron Donald’s supercross charge

Gary Pinchin, 31 May 2012 09:26

There I was, in the gym at 7.15am this morning – stupidly had a 15-minute lie-in and missed the doors actually opening – giving it max on the rower, listening to Manx Radio. And there was some chat of John McGuinness and Cameron Donald laying down their markers in the previous evening’s practice. Well if yesterday was marker laying, what ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: Mackman gives Norton V4 it’s tentative first TT lap

Gary Pinchin, 30 May 2012 10:00

112.36mph. By Senior TT standards that’s not fast. But it was a landmark for Stuart Garner’s Norton team as Ian Mackman completed the all-new V4’s first lap of the 37.73 Mountain course. I know there are plenty of naysayers populating the various web forums and loving every opportunity to knock Garner’s Norton business, but as racing efforts go, it doesn’t ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: McGuinness throws the gauntlet down

Gary Pinchin, 29 May 2012 11:04

So there I was, sat in my hotel room at around 10 yesterday morning crashing out the MCN back page bits and bobs from Snetterton BSB. We’d just jetted into Ronaldsway from Birmingham (always sounds better if you adopt a sweet home Alabama accent). Okay, our bags were still back on the mainland thanks to a conveyor belt malfunction that ...

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Hillier to race Zytek Kawasaki in TT Zero race

Gary Pinchin, 23 May 2012 15:28

British Superbike racer James Hillier is to debut a ZX-10R-framed electric bike in this year’s TT Zero race. Hillier’s BSB team, Pr1mo Bournemouth Kawasaki, and electric powertrain innovators, Zytek Automotive, have joined forces to develop a new machine for the Isle of Man SES TT Zero race on June 6. This late announcement adds another element to an already exciting ...

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Seeley dominates North West 200

Gary Pinchin, 21 May 2012 09:15

At one stage during Saturday’s North West 200 it looked like Alastair Seeley might have to be content with just his Thursday Superstock race win on the Tyco TAS Suzuki. In the first Supersport race William Dunlop was in control until he made a mistake at Juniper. That allowed Seeley to close in on the rapid Wilson Craig Honda and ...

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North West 200: Farquhar claims supertwins victory

Gary Pinchin, 18 May 2012 09:55

Ryan Farquhar claimed an historic victory in the first ever North West 200 Supertwins race this evening (Thursday). Ireland’s top road racer led the four-lap race from start-to-finish in the Vauxhall-backed race to cross the line 2.94s ahead of former GP rider Jeremy McWilliams with Michael Rutter third – all three riders on Farquhar built Kawasakis. Farquhar has been instrumental ...

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North West 200: Seeley claims Superstock victory

Gary Pinchin, 18 May 2012 09:33

As many expected, Alastair Seeley was a class apart in the opening race of the 2012 Relentless International North West 200. The Tyco TAS Suzuki rider dominated the LiveWire Solutions Superstock six-lapper to cross the line a whopping 22.51s ahead of his rivals. Declared a wet race, the pack started the race on wet tyres but the sun was out ...

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Seeley fastest in NW200 qualifying

Gary Pinchin, 15 May 2012 17:58

Alastair Seeley topped Superbike and Supersport qualifying on his Tyco TAS Suzuki on the first day of qualifying for the 2012 Relentless International North West 200. The ‘Wee Wizard’ was also second quickest to Ryan Farquhar in a Superstock qualifying cut short by heavy rain and Seeley said: “I’ve done my homework. We’ve got some small changes to make to ...


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