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Is it Miller time for MotoGP?

Matthew Birt, 13 August 2014 09:50

Imagine trading in your KTM 390 Duke for the most trick Honda CBR1000RR FireBlade money can buy. That’s about as close as you will get to a move that Jack Miller could make in 2015, with the Aussie looking certain to complete a dream switch from KTM in Moto3 to a fire-breathing 1000cc Honda MotoGP bike in 2015. Ever since ...

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BT Sport team break cover

Simon Patterson, 13 February 2014 19:47

After months of speculation, BT Sport has finally announced the team that will head their 2014 MotoGP coverage. The team will be led by one of the most famous commentary teams in biking history, with former Eurosport commentator Julian Ryder joined by British Champion Keith Huewen. The team, who led Sky Sports’ coverage of GP and World Superbikes in the nineties, are ...

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Day joins Whitham at Eurosport for WSB

Simon Patterson, 14 November 2013 14:06

British Eurosport has announced their 2014 World Superbike team, with Steve Day joining Jamie Whitham for the world series. Jack Burnicle, previously the primary WSB voice for the channel, will become UK-based, as he moves to concentrate on the extended coverage of MCE British Superbikes that will now see Saturday's qualifying sessions televised. Day, who deputised for Toby Moody a ...

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GSE Racing reunion with Hodgson, Toseland and Camier

MCN Sports Desk, 17 January 2012 17:04

Want a chance to meet up with former WSB champions Neil Hodgson, James Toseland and former BSB champion Leon Camier? Then get yourself a ticket to the GSE Racing Reunion & Gala Dinner, at the Imperial Hotel Hythe (Kent) on Friday 9th/Saturday10th March. The ticket package includes: two nights bed, breakfast & evening meal (Gala Dinner on Saturday), half an ...

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French talent for Motorpoint Yamaha

Gary Pinchin, 09 September 2010 11:29

French teenager Loris Baz will become the fifth rider to have ridden in Motorpoint Yamaha colours this year when he replaces injured Andrew Pitt at this weekend’s Croft BSB round. Baz won the 2008 FIM Superstock 600 Champion at 15 years old, and now the 17-year old from Sallanches is currently racing an R1 run by the Morillas Racing School ...

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Pitt in, Lowry out at Motorpoint Yamaha

Gary Pinchin, 07 June 2010 10:50

In a desperate bid to try and retrieve some positive results from a terrible season so far, Andrew Pitt, the two times World Supersport Champion, had been drafted into the Motopoint Yamaha team at the expense of Ian Lowry – who only joined the team two races ago. Pitt joins Dan Linfoot on the team and the 34-year old Australian ...

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Fantasy Road Race Round up

Rhonda Morgan, 12 May 2010 14:31

It seems there was only one team worth having for round 2 of the MCN Fantasy Road Race as clearly demonstrated by the top four team which all drew. The culmination of Mika Kallio, Randy de Puniet, Max Biaggi, Leon Haslem, Tommy Hill and Michael Laverty produced a stunning 298 points for the top four teams which were: The Gaffers, ...

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Lowry confirmed at Motorpoint Yamaha

Gary Pinchin, 24 April 2010 16:20

Ian Lowry has today (Friday) been confirmed to ride the second Motorpoint Yamaha for the remainder of the season alongside Dan Linfoot. Lowry replaces Neil Hodgson who announced his retirement from the sport yesterday (Thursday). Lowry tested the bike a week ago at Oilton Park and completed a brief test session at Cadwell today during the lunch-break between an open ...

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BSB Blog: Dearth of riders for BSB top spots

Gary Pinchin, 23 April 2010 11:56

It’s been a bruising start to the BSB season. Among the injured riders are James Ellison, sidelined for at least two rounds with a broken femur after a high-speed Thruxton crash, and Simon Andrews, out for who knows how long with a smashed foot after a horrifying start-line crash in the Valencia WSB round. The MSS Kawasaki rider was helping ...

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Neil Hodgson calls it quits

Gary Pinchin, 22 April 2010 10:26

Neil Hodgson has today announced his retirement from racing. The former World Superbike and British Superbike champion has been forced to quit the sport after aggravating the shoulder injury he sustained last year. Hodgson required extensive surgery to rebuild his left shoulder after last year’s motocross crash and then clouted the shoulder after a huge highside during practice on the ...


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