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Donington Park MotoGP: Casey Stoner wins; James Toseland crashes

Casey Stoner cruised to his third race win of the season at Donington Park this afternoon. It was the second win on the bounce for the reigning MotoGP Champion, and was the icing on the cake for a weekend well done. Stoner dominated with the fastest times in all but on of the MotoGP sessions all weekend, and failed to ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 22 June 2008

Donington Park MotoGP: James Toseland crashes at first corner

James Tosleand’s nightmare British GP weekend has got that bit worse with the reigning World Superbike Champion crashing at the first corner on the opening lap of the race. Toseland, who started 16th on the grid at Donington Park today, high-sided mid-corner at Redgate, sending the lone Brit in MotoGP tumbling into the dirt. He has remounted his Tech 3 ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • MotoGP
  • 22 June 2008

Donington Park MotoGP: Chad on pole for GSX-R Trophy

MCN Road Tester Adam Child has shocked everyone at Donington Park today, as well as the entirety of the MCN office, by putting himself on pole position for tomorrow’s two Suzuki GSX-R Trophy races to support the British GP. Chad, a regular club racer, is making a one-off appearance in the one-make championship this weekend, and set a time of ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 20 June 2008

British Superbikes: Lack of practice time costs Simon Andrews

A crash in free practice one and a clutch problem in morning warm-up hindered Lloyds British Jentin Yamaha’s Simon Andrews incredible race one start at Brands Hatch, purely because the team only had a single 30 minutes session to prepare for race day. Andrews had a crash in the opening practice session on Saturday, and with the spare bike not ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 14 May 2008

British Superbikes Guadix test: Cal Crutchlow - 'I didn't think Ducati would be as fast here'

Shane Byrne may have been at the top of the time sheets at Almeria but HM Plant Honda rider Cal Crutchlow had thought the Airwaves Ducati team would have struggled more at the Guadix circuit. He told MCN: “I am pleased we’ve been competitive throughout the week against the Ducatis and Suzukis, and the Ducatis at Almeria were bound to ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 March 2008

Bike thugs jailed

Two members of the Outlaw Motorcycle Club have been jailed after kicking a pub singer unconscious when they mistook him for a club doorman. The incident happened back on October 2 2005 after one of the club members was thrown out of a club by doorstaff in Blackpool. Five minutes later the evictee and several other group members returned with knuckle-dusters, ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 27 March 2007

Thieves replace new GSX-R750 with a rusty moped

Courier Callum Attwood of West Drayton in West London received a shock when he realised his brand new prize GSXR 750 had been stolen from his garage – and replaced with a rusty knackered moped. At first Attwood thought his mates had played a prank on him. To make the theft even sourer, Callum had bought the bike with money left ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 19 March 2007

Tarantino co-directs biker film

Legendary director of films such as Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino, will be co-directing a new biker flick ‘Hell Ride’ alongside Larry Bishop, one of the men behind cult biker flicks ‘The Savage Seven’ and ‘Angel Unchained’. Bishop, 59, will also star as the leader of the Victors, a biker gang he rallies to avenge the death of ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • 14 March 2007

No mobile change in Scotland

Police in Scotland stopped 113 people for using their mobile phones at the wheel on the first day of the crackdown. One driver even drove past a motorcycle police base mid-conversation. John Vine from the Association of Police Chief Officers in Scotland said, “It seems some drivers still think they can get away with it and this is precisely why ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 07 March 2007

MCI backs safety classes

The news that the Department for Transport is considering the introduction of safe driving sessions into the school curriculum has received support from the Motorcycle Industry Association. Under the scheme learner drivers would have to practice for a minimum period of time, keep a record of all their training and demonstrate they have a responsible attitude rather than just the ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 12 January 2007

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