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Armoy road races set to screen on Channel 4

Simon Patterson, 20 July 2014 09:30

Next weekend’s Armoy road races wis set to air on national tv, with the organisers striking a deal with Channel 4 that will see race coverage go out not only on the channel but on its 4OD streaming service as well. Presented by local man Graham Little and with commentary from Chris Kinley and former MotoGP racer and Armoy winner ...

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Simon Andrews 1984 to 2014

Michael Guy, 20 May 2014 18:09

Following his crash on lap four of the Superstock race at the North West 200 on Saturday, Simon Andrews succumbed to his injuries on Monday afternoon. The hugely popular 29 year old had enjoyed an incredibly varied and successful career having raced throughout the BSB paddock, WSB, the Endurance World Championship along with the NW200, Macau and the TT. While ...

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Dunlop gets first ride on BMW

Simon Patterson, 31 March 2014 09:57

Michael Dunlop has at last made his debut on the Hawk Racing BMW, joining Ryuichi Kiyonari and James Westmoreland for a day-long test at a wet Mallory Park last week. The Northern Irishman, making the switch from Honda for the Isle of Man TT, will also ride the opening rounds of the MCE British Superbike campaign before getting his first ...

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McGuinness will ride North West 200 despite wrist injury

Stephen Davison, 21 March 2014 08:45

John McGuinness will definitely be racing at the 2014 North West 200. That is the message the ‘Morecambe Missile’ is sending to his fans as he recovers from injury after crashing his dirt bike this week. The six times North West winner broke his right wrist in a heavy fall that also left him with damaged ribs and two black ...

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Norton sign Cameron Donald to race TT

Stephen Davison, 19 March 2014 06:00

After originally planning to sit out 2014, former Isle of Man TT winner Cameron Donald has instead signed a deal to compete at the event on Norton's Aprilia powered SG2 machine. With a huge amount of development carried out on the V4 machine sinse last year, Donald says new R&D rider Steve plater was a key element of the deal. ...

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Electric racer to join petrol ranks in 2014

Simon Patterson, 09 February 2014 16:39

For the first time ever, electric motorbikes will go head to head with their petrol-powered counterparts in 2014, with British team Darvill Racing gaining special dispensation from the ACU and Southern 100 club to compete in road racing events on the Isle of Man. The team, who have yet to announce riders, will race at the Isle of Man TT, ...

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Mick Grant joins Norton for TT assault

Simon Patterson, 23 January 2014 17:44

Norton Motorcycles have expressed their intent to take yet another step forwards with their TT racing endeavour, as the Donington Park-based manufacturer sign seven time winner Mick Grant to join the team in a development and management capacity. Grant, who last rode for the Norton factory some 40 years ago, will join the team with the intention of bringing his ...

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Jamie Hamilton unveils 2014 plans

Stephen Davison, 13 January 2014 10:06

There has been huge speculation about the future of Northern Ireland’s most promising young road racer, 22 year old Jamie Hamilton, since he split with Ryan Farquhar’s KMR Kawasaki team at the end of last season. The Ballyclare youngster has now confirmed that he will be on the race grid at the 2014 Vauxhall North West 200, after securing Stewart ...

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Milwaukee set to withdraw support for SMR Yamaha for TT

Sports Desk, 04 January 2014 11:52

Ian Hutchinson and Josh Brookes chances of racing at this years TT appear to be becoming even slimmer as the Yamaha squad's title sponsor Milwaukee Power Tools are rumoured to be about to withdraw their support for the Isle of Man event. MCN sources say a statement is expected today announcing the decision in the latest twist in the deepening ...

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Milwaukee boss denies Dunlop deal

MCN Sports Desk, 06 November 2013 17:11

Milwaukee Yamaha boss Shaun Muir has moved to squash speculation that a deal has been done for ex-Honda TT star Michael Dunlop to join Josh Brookes and Ian Hutchinson in his road racing line-up next season. “We will be unveiling our roads and BSB team next week with the riders we have already signed for 2014 and that is our ...

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