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Woffy hurt in Eastbourne smash

Tony Hoare, 24 August 2014 21:19

Tai Woffinden’s defence of his world speedway championship hangs in the balance following a crash riding for his British club Wolverhampton at Eastbourne last night. The 24-year-old broke a bone in his left hand, but admits he was lucky to escape with only one fracture after smashing through a wooden safety fence at the Arlington circuit. Woffinden picked up unwanted ...

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Strong Danish team top speedway world

Tony Hoare, 02 August 2014 20:35

Denmark won the speedway world team cup in Poland tonight in one of the most dramatic conclusions to the competition in recent years. With the scores tied going into the last race, individual world number three Niels-Kristian Iversen surged around the outside of Poland's Janusz Kolodziej on the last turn to secure victory for the Danes over the host nation ...

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Danes through to speedway team final

Tony Hoare, 30 July 2014 11:13

The British speedway team will face Denmark in the world cup final in Poland on Saturday night after the Danes won last night’s qualifying round in Sweden. Despite resting their two top riders, the Danes were still strong enough to comfortably see off Sweden, Czech Republic and Latvia in the qualifying round at Vastervik. Denmark’s team manager announced after the ...

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Video: Red Bull Romaniacs Preview

Simon Patterson, 16 July 2014 11:02

With one of the world's hardest enduro events kicking off today in Romania, Red Bull have released a trailer previewing their Romaniacs event, where Brits Graham Jarvis and Johnny Walker start as favourites.  brightcove.createExperiences();

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Woffy takes British speedway title

Tony Hoare, 16 June 2014 23:56

Tai Woffinden successfully defended his British speedway championship at his home league track in Wolverhampton tonight. The world champion wasn’t the top scorer from the 20 qualifying heats, taking 12 points from his five rides, but he won the semi-final from fellow GP rider Chris Harris, leaving the pair to join leading qualifiers Craig Cook and Ben Barker in the ...

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Second GP win on the bounce for Woffinden

Tony Hoare, 14 June 2014 22:28

World speedway champion Tai Woffinden took his second consecutive Grand Prix victory of the season tonight to move into pole position in the title race. The 23-year-old Brit blasted around the outside of American Greg Hancock on the first lap of the crucial final to win the race by a distance and take the GP win in Malilla, Sweden. The ...

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Woffy charges into title lead

Tony Hoare, 01 June 2014 14:53

Tai Woffinden stormed into the world speedway championship lead with victory in last night’s Czech Grand Prix. The defending champion from Scunthorpe ripped to 12 points from a possible 15 in his five qualifying rides and then sped from the start in both his semi-final and the final to take the win on the night. The 23-year-old’s victorious evening in ...

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Speedway champ's struggles continue

Tony Hoare, 26 April 2014 21:19

World speedway champion Tai Woffinden’s troubled start to his title defence continued in the second Grand Prix of the season in Bydgoszcz, Poland tonight. The 23-year-old from Scunthorpe scored five points, his lowest score in Grand Prix racing since he returned to the series at the start of 2013. And it could have been worse as Woffinden was sat on ...

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Despres retires from Dakar bike class to join official Peugeot car team

Michael Guy, 27 March 2014 10:29

Five time Dakar winner Cyril Despres will leave the Dakar bike category he has dominated for the last decade, alongside Marc Coma, to make a shock switch to a new official Peugeot car team. The 40 year old Frenchman has become the benchmark all other Dakar riders are judged since winning his first Dakar in Africa in 2005. His meticulous ...

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Coma lifts fourth Dakar crown

Simon Patterson, 22 January 2014 15:01

Marc Coma has dedicated his fourth Dakar win to friend and teammate Kurt Caselli, who was killed while competing in November’s Baja 1000, after winning the race by almost two hours. The Spaniard says that he was lucky to even finish the race, as the organisers strategy to turn the race into even more of an epic saw only 78 ...

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