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Dunlop announces shock 2014 sabbatical

Simon Patterson, 19 November 2013 17:35

Michael Dunlop has shockingly announced that he will take a sabbatical for 2014 after failing to secure a deal that he was happy with. In a statement released online, the seven times TT winner said that “due to various complications attached to each offer” he received, he will sit out the season before making a return in 2015. As Honda ...

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Pictures from scene of Bray Hill Senior TT crash

Guy Procter, 07 June 2013 16:13

Pictures from the scene of the Senior TT crash which stopped the race and left eleven spectators injured, one seriously, show the destroyed bike of British Superstock rider Jonathan Howarth. The Barnsley rider crashed at the top of Bray Hill following a tank slapper, his ZX-10R sliding into a group of spectators further down the hill. The bike's front wheel ...

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Isle of Man TT: Dunlop posts 128mph lap as practice disrupted again

Phil Wain, 01 June 2013 12:15

Michael Dunlop posted the third fastest lap of TT practice week on Friday evening despite a house fire in Kirk Michael village causing further disruption to the week's schedule. The Honda TT Legends rider lapped at 128.52mph on his second lap of a shortened 30-minute Superbike session after the fire broke out during the preceding Formula Two sidecar session. With the ...

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Isle of Man TT: Fast newcomer Branko in serious condition after Friday night practice crash

Michael Guy, 01 June 2013 12:00

Dutch rider Branko Srdanov is in a serious condition following a heavy crash at Black Dub during practice on Friday night. The Ice Valley BMW Superstock rider was initially taken to Nobles Hospital on the Isle of Man before being transferred to the UK mainland late on Friday night. Srdanov had made a stunning start to his debut TT posting ...

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Chad's Daily Diary: On our way to the TT

Steve Hunt, 24 May 2013 10:51

When people talk about embedded journalists at sporting events, it usually means that the writer has managed to book himself in to the same, swanky hotel that the riders/players/athletes are staying in. Not here at MCN. At Motorcyclenews we believe that if a job is worth doing, then it's worth doing properly. During the entire two weeks, Adam 'Chad' Child ...

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Video: Norton's TT bike revealed

MCN, 07 May 2013 16:10

Norton was brought back into British hands in 2009. After two previous attempts, Norton is back at the TT in just a few weeks with two almost completely new 1000cc V4 bikes, two riders, and a bundle of determination to make this the start of a new racing era for the firm.   brightcove.createExperiences();

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TT chief offers stark warning to Irish road racing

Stephen Davison, 26 March 2013 09:00

‘I take no satisfaction in saying this because I’m a huge fan of Irish National road racing but as the man who is responsible for promoting the TT I wouldn’t lose any sleep over the future of our event if the Irish races were to disappear.’ That is the blunt – and controversial – assessment of TT and Motorsport Development ...

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Macau Grand Prix Race Postponed

Stephen Davison, 17 November 2012 11:07

The Macau Grand Prix, scheduled to be run at 15.30pm (7.30am UK time) on Saturday, has been postponed until Sunday because of rain. The morning warm up had already been shifted until 13.40pm after heavy overnight rain had left the 3.8 mile Guia course soaking wet but the car races and a strong breeze had dried the tarmac all the ...

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Rutter on course for record eighth Macau win

Stephen Davison, 16 November 2012 13:08

Michael Rutter is well on course to win his eighth Macau Grand Prix after snatching pole position from his SMT Honda teammate John McGuinness during the final qualifying session on Thursday evening. The 40 year old Birmingham rider became the most successful Macau racer of all-time in 2011 when he won his seventh Grand Prix in the former Portuguese colony ...

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Manx GP fatality

MCN Sportsdesk, 25 August 2012 12:42

The Manx Motor Cycle Club, the organisers of the Manx Grand Prix, have announce the death of Steve Osborne, 60, from Douglas, Isle of Man following an incident by Alexander Drive on the approach to Quarterbridge during last night’s qualifying session. Steve, an IT consultant with the Isle of Man Government, first competed on a home built BSA Bantam with ...

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