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Pedrosa to remain with Repsol Honda until 2016

Simon Patterson, 09 July 2014 09:33

Dani Pedrosa has announced that he will remain part of the Repsol Honda squad alongside Marc Marquez for another two years, signing a deal that will see him remain a part of the official team until the end of the 2016 season. The deal will see Pedrosa see out an incredible fifteen years with Honda, in which time he has ...

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Skerries 100: Hamilton denied Skerries triple by superbike crash

Simon Patterson, 07 July 2014 15:57

Jamie Hamilton has been denied a triple victory at the Skerries road races this weekend after crashing out of the Grand Final race, leaving himself with a collection of injuries that look set to rule him out of this week’s Southern 100, which gets underway. Earlier in the day, Hamilton was able to take victory not only in the supertwins ...

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Gary Johnson on road to recovery after TT smash

Simon Patterson, 07 July 2014 14:54

Double TT winner Gary Johnson is well on the road to recovery following his crash in the Superstock TT just over a month ago, despite the Lincolnshire rider suffering more severe injuries that first realised in the off at Tower Bends. Coming only a day after taking his second TT victory in the Supersport TT on the Smiths’ Triumph, Johnson ...

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Gary Mason in surprise return to BSB

Simon Patterson, 07 July 2014 12:27

Former MCE British Superbike podium finisher Gary Mason will make a surprise return to the series next time out at Brands Hatch, coming out of retirement to deputise for the injured Mitchell Carr in the Anvil TAG Kawasaki squad. Mason, a double Superbike Cup champion in 2008 and 2009, hasn’t raced since half way through the 2012 season, retiring from ...

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Dunlop set for BMW superbike at Ulster Grand Prix

Simon Patterson, 06 July 2014 11:30

Michael Dunlop will have the factory supported BMW S1000RR that he rode to both Superbike wins at the Isle of Man TT available for the final international road race of the year, as the German manufacturer looks set to return to the Ulster Grand Prix’s Dundrod circuit. However, he Ballymoney man, who has only one superbike win of his six ...

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Stars out in force for Ulster Grand Prix launch

Simon Patterson, 05 July 2014 08:00

The Ulster Grand Prix have this week assembled a star studded line up of racers for the official launch of the world’s fastest race, with racing scheduled for the former GP circuit for the 11th-16th August. The 92nd running of the historic event will see the world’s top racers, including Michael Dunlop on the factory BMW S1000RR, brother William and ...

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O'Halloran continues Honda BSB testing

Simon Patterson, 03 July 2014 14:36

Following on from their recent highly successful wildcard appearance in the MCE British Superbike Championship, the reigning Honda Racing team have completed another test as they make plans to return to the series in 2015. However, instead of Julien Da Costa, who took the bike to a highly credible fifth place finish at Snetterton, it was the team’s National Superstock ...

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Westmoreland facing surgery after Knockhill crash

Simon Patterson, 03 July 2014 14:29

Buildbase BMW racer James Westmoreland is facing a battle for fitness ahead of the next round of the MCE British Superbike Championship in just over two weeks’ time, after the 26 year old sustained damage to his hand in a crash last time out at Knockhill. Falling from his BMW S1000RR on the opening lap, Westie sustained damage to the ...

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Triple engines for TT sidecars in 2015

Simon Patterson, 03 July 2014 14:05

Isle of Man TT organisers have announced a major change to regulations for the sidecar class for 2015, with rules being extended to allow the addition of 675cc triple machines into the 600cc class. The move mirrors the Supersport class, where Gary Johnson won the opening race of TT 2014 on a triple engine Smiths’ Triumph. Coming as an additional ...

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Anstey to ride 500GP Yamaha for Classic TT

Simon Patterson, 03 July 2014 13:45

Kiwi Bruce Anstey will line up on the starting grid for this year’s Classic TT on a Yamaha YZR500, as his Valvoline Padgett’s team bring one of the most exotic machines every to tackle the Mountain Course out of retirement for the event. The 500GP machine, raced by the likes of Wayne Rainey, Eddie Lawson, John Kocinski, Niall Mackenzie, and ...

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