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Ladies out to impress at Armoy

Simon Patterson, 24 July 2014 09:00

The Armoy road races is set to show a changing face of road racing this weekend, as no fewer than six women line up on the grid for the Northern Irish races, with a strong entry led by past top ten finisher Maria Costello. Costello will be riding her Kawasaki ER6 in the supertwin class, but will be joined by ...

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Cal Crutchlow: I’ve got to improve

Matthew Birt, 22 July 2014 11:20

Cal Crutchlow has admitted that he needs to make big improvements with his own riding to match the performances of Italian Ducati duo Andrea Dovizioso and Andrea Iannone. The British rider committed his future to Ducati last weekend and will stay on a Desmosedici machine, despite lengthy discussions with Suzuki and Honda about a 2015 move. The 28-year-old has found ...

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Marc Marquez curious to see Aleix Espargaro on Factory bike

Matthew Birt, 21 July 2014 10:44

Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez reckons it would be interesting to see Aleix Espargaro’s performance potential if the Spaniard managed to secure a Factory ride in the future. Espargaro has caught the eye in 2014 with a series of impressive performances for Forward Racing, riding Yamaha’s Open class YZR-M1 project. He has finished in the top six four times ...

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Stefan Bradl admits doubt over LCR Honda future

Matthew Birt, 18 July 2014 09:17

Stefan Bradl has admitted he is sweating over his factory Honda future, as rumours intensify that his sought after RC213V seat will go to current Moto3 world championship leader Jack Miller in 2015. It is no secret that Bradl’s Monaco-based LCR squad has been under mounting pressure to axe the German. Just one podium in 43 races has not impressed ...

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Laguna WSB Race 2: Sykes wins crash-strewn dash to lead championship into summer break

Steve Hunt, 14 July 2014 01:00

With Chas Davies not returning to the grid - after a particularly large high-side in the earlier race saw him sent to the medical centre with concussion - the British contingent were short of one rider at a sunny Laguna Seca for race two. Tom Sykes, with a thirty-nine point lead in the championship, once again made a great start, ...

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Guintoli ready to risk more

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:53

Sylvain Guintoli knew even before he got to Laguna Seca that he would have to go for it at this race and every other one, as Sykes was in an enviable championship position, so the prospect of Sykes taking more than his 38 points lead into the summer break is hard to bear pre-race. “It is hard enough now,” said ...

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Bryan Staring making progress

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:38

In the first free practice at Laguna Seca the name Bryan Staring was well into the top ten positions in a field of 27 riders. Staring admitted that it was only FP1 at that early stage but he put his recent improvements that led to a 17th place in Superpole to good work from rider and team and a return ...

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Why is Cal Crutchlow struggling so much?

Matthew Birt, 13 July 2014 09:00

No grip, no lean angle, no confidence. That about sums up Crutchlow’s Ducati experience so far. “I’ve been scared to ride the bike because I have no idea what it is going to do from corner to corner,” he told MCN. “I’m having the same problems I’ve had for the whole season and no different to what they complained about ...

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British speedway GP: Woffinden regains title lead with second place in Cardiff

Tony Hoare, 12 July 2014 19:26

Britain's world speedway champion Tai Woffinden finished second to championship rival Greg Hancock in the British Grand Prix at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, but his performance throughout the night means he overhauls Hancock to take the world championship lead. Woffinden scored 13 points from a possible 15 in his qualifying heats before winning his semi-final to lead the qualifiers for the ...

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Gary Mason in surprise return to BSB

Simon Patterson, 07 July 2014 12:27

Former MCE British Superbike podium finisher Gary Mason will make a surprise return to the series next time out at Brands Hatch, coming out of retirement to deputise for the injured Mitchell Carr in the Anvil TAG Kawasaki squad. Mason, a double Superbike Cup champion in 2008 and 2009, hasn’t raced since half way through the 2012 season, retiring from ...

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