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Dakar Red Bull Preview 2014: Ruben Faria

MCN, 01 January 2014 10:30

The 2014 Dakar begins on January 5 in Rosario, Argentina and will see the competitors complete a brutal race covering 8734km over 14 days. In the fifth and final Red Bull preview we look at Dakar veteran Ruben Faria. For years Faria has admirably fulfilled his role at KTM as Cyril Despres' support rider. But for 2014 he's been let off ...

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Dakar Red Bull Preview 2014: Helder Rodrigues

MCN, 27 December 2013 10:00

The 2014 Dakar begins on January 5 in Rosario, Argentina and will see the competitors complete a brutal race covering 8734km over 14 days. In the first of our Red Bull previews we look at factory Honda rider Helder Rodrigues. For many years Rodrigues has been the best-of-the-rest after Coma and Despres. He's finished third twice and one of those was ...

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Kurt Caselli dies after Baja 1000 crash

Simon Patterson, 16 November 2013 08:52

KTM rider Kurt Caselli has lost his life while competing in the famous Baja 1000 race through Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, after sustaining serious injuries while leading the 883 mile long race. Early and unconfirmed reports indicate that the thirty year old hit a manmade booby trap at the 796-mile marker of the course. Sabotage to the rugged and remote off ...

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Ricky Carmichael at Doncaster

alan winstanley, 19 June 2012 21:47

Ricky Carmichael at Armthorpe Doncaster

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Dakar Stage 3: Coma mistake gives Despres Dakar edge

MCN Sportsdesk, 04 January 2012 13:35

Cyril Despres, already a winner in San Juan on the Dakar's last visit in 2010, won yesterday’s stage, taking advantage of a major navigational error by Coma to take the lead in the general standings. Despres took command of the general standings and won the day's stage by remaining calm and collected. In terms of performance, his confrontation with Marc ...

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Shorttracker Collins gets HM Plant Honda support

MCN Sprots Desk, 09 April 2010 15:38

Ade Collins and Shorttrack UK are delighted that Honda are behind the sport for the 2010 season! Adain Collins, runner-up in last year’s Shorttrack UK series, will be racing a 2010 Honda CRF450 with the backing of HM Plant Honda. HM Plant honda team boss Neil Tuxworth said: "We are looking forward to a great season helping Adain. "We helped ...

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Dakar Stage 1 - David Casteu and Sherco surprise early leaders

Michael Guy, 03 January 2010 17:45

Frenchman David Casteu was the surprise leader at the end of stage one of the 2010 Argentina Chile Dakar Rally. Onboard the factory Sherco 450XX, Casteu took 1:50.42s to complete the 219KM Special which form,ed part of a 620KM opening day. Second place went to former winner Cyril Despres riding the air restricted KTM 690, the 35 year old finished ...

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Weston Beach Race faces uncertain future

Luke FitzGerald, 15 October 2009 14:22

The UK’s largest beach race could be scrapped indefinitely following last weekend’s multiple crash, according to the Bristol Evening Post. Altogether 19 riders were taken to hospital after the crash on the main straight, less than a mile into the race. The most seriously injured rider was 16 year old Ty Killet, who was competing in the elite group for ...

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Multiple crash stops Weston Beach race

Gary Pinchin, 12 October 2009 10:09

The 27th running of the Weston Beach Race was cancelled today, following a major incident on the main straight involving more than a dozen riders. A collision within the main pack, as the competitors headed away from the start and up the main straight, led to a chain of events that resulted in a number of riders falling from their ...

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Knight back in World Enduro

Gary Pinchin, 02 September 2009 17:54

Manxman, David Knight, made a return to the World Enduro Championship podium at the penultimate round of the 2009 series staged in Serres, Greece this weekend. It was the 31-year-old Manxman’s first WEC event since switching to the Paul Bird Motorsport Kawasaki KX450F. In unfamiliar dry and dusty conditions, Knight took an early lead in the E2 class on day ...

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