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British speedway team through to world final

Tony Hoare, 26 July 2014 21:50

Great Britain pulled off a surprise win on night one of the Monster Energy Speedway World Cup at King’s Lynn in Norfolk to qualify directly for next Saturday’s final in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Led by world champion Tai Woffinden, but with solid back-up from his three British team-mates, the home team finished seven points clear of the Americans and eight clear of ...

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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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Woffy brings world power to domestic scuffle

Tony Hoare, 16 June 2014 09:21

World speedway champion Tai Woffinden is bringing his world-beating engine home in a bid to win tonight’s British championship final at Wolverhampton. Woffinden, 23, beat the world’s best in Saturday night’s Swedish Grand Prix, roaring around Greg Hancock on the first lap of the final to take a narrow lead in the chase for the world championship. Now he’s crated ...

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Woffy surges back into title fight

Tony Hoare, 18 May 2014 22:03

Tai Woffinden charged back into world speedway championship contention with second place in Saturday night’s Finnish Grand Prix. Britain's defending world champion was leading the deciding final heat and all set to win the meeting when his bike reared and he ran wide, leaving room for Slovenia’s Matej Zagar to blast through and take his first-ever Grand Prix win. But ...

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Shock speedway GP winner as Brit world champ suffers

Tony Hoare, 05 April 2014 10:06

German racer Martin Smolinski took a shock victory in the opening round of the 2014 speedway world championship Grand Prix in New Zealand.  It was Smolinski's first-ever appearance in the Grand Prix after making it through the qualifying rounds, and there's not likely to be a bigger surprise this season than his win in his GP debut. The 29-year-old was ...

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Dakar stage 8 – Despres takes stage win, Coma remains in overall control

Michael Guy, 13 January 2014 22:43

Uyuni, Bolivia to Calama, Chile 692km including 462km timed Special StageCyril Despres secured his first stage win of the 2014 Dakar after another demanding day in Bolivia. The 39 year old Frenchman who is currently out of contention for the overall victory after earlier technical problems has vowed to go on an all-out attack and his results over the last ...

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Dakar Stage 5 – Coma wins stage to take overall lead as rivals falter

Michael Guy, 10 January 2014 09:57

Chilkecito to Tucaman, Argentina 728km including shortened 211km timed Special Stage Marc Coma overcame a split fuel tank midway through the day to win stage five of the 2014 Dakar. The 37 year old Spaniard was the quickest man heading in to the first check point and despite his technical problems that cost him time in the second part of ...

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Dakar stage 4 – Sam Sunderland out of Dakar?

Michael Guy, 08 January 2014 17:24

British rider Sam Sunderland is reported to be out of the 2014 Dakar having suffered an engine failure before the start of today’s timed Special Stage. If correct it’s a tragic end to Sunderland’s Dakar dreams with the 24-year-old factory Honda rider winning stage two of the event on Monday – the first time a British rider has won a ...

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Dakar Stage 3 – Honda continue domination as Barreda wins again, Sunderland loses ground

Michael Guy, 07 January 2014 22:53

San Rafael to San Juan, Argentina – 435km including shortened 143km times Special StageFactory Honda man Joan Barreda extended his lead in the overall Dakar standings with a brilliant day three performance that saw his secure his second stage win of the 2014 Dakar. Barreda’s outright speed is well known, but in the past he has been prone to mistakes ...

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Dakar Stage 2 – Sunderland wins stage two to move up to third overall

Michael Guy, 06 January 2014 22:32

San Luis, Argentina to San Rafael, Argentina – Total 724km including 359km timed Special StageBritain’s Sam Sunderland has won the second stage of the 2014 Dakar with a brilliant performance onboard his factory Honda CRF450 Rally. The 24 year old started the day in ninth place after the opening stage on Sunday but excelled throughout the 359km timed Special Stage ...

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