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MotoGP Blog - Rossi's Crash Opens So Many Questions

Mike Nicks, 05 June 2010 14:00

Rossi’s Crash Opens So Many Questions For several seasons those in MotoGP have been asking: what will the sport do without Valentino? From today, we’ll all find out – if only for the duration of a few races.Valentino Rossi’s crash today could affect ticket sales for the Italian grand prix here at Mugello tomorrow. And the organisers at succeeding rounds ...

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MotoGP Blog Mugello - Harris Seek Speed in Moto2

Mike Nicks, 04 June 2010 14:17

Harris Seek Speed in Moto2 British chassis builders Harris are testing three different fairings, among other items here at Mugello, in an attempt to reduce a maximum speed deficit of 7-8mph over the quickest bikes in the exciting new Moto2 category. American Kenny Noyes captured pole position at Le Mans for the Jack and Jones team on his PromoHarris, but ...

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Mugello MotoGP blog: Is this the year?

Mike Nicks, 03 June 2010 21:02

Is this the season when the Valentino era ends? That’s the question that everyone is asking here at Mugello now that Jorge Lorenzo has won two of the first three MotoGP rounds this year.  The thought is justifiable – but premature. This is only the fourth event in an 18-round championship, and Rossi is only nine points behind Lorenzo. The ...

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Blog: Thanks, JT

Mike Nicks, 11 November 2009 09:41

Thanks, James Toseland, for everything you’ve done for British motorcycling in the past two years. If you hadn’t had the guts to risk the move from a safe home in WSB to leap into the raging MotoGP waters, Britain wouldn’t have had a single rider in motorcycle racing’s glamour class.  Motorcycling fans have long complained – rightly so – that ...

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Silverstone: The fastest MotoGP track in the world

Mike Nicks, 04 November 2009 15:03

Riders will lap Silverstone at an average speed of more than 122mph at the British MotoGP in 2010, making the new circuit the fastest on the MotoGP calendar by a clear 10mph. Silverstone date to change in MotoGP calendar reshuffle? The figure was revealed to MCN by circuit designers John Barrow and John Rhodes, of the London-based sports and event ...

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Donington Park BSB: Failure to operate the brake system caused Guintoli’s crash

Mike Nicks, 25 May 2009 14:50

A failure to operate the brake system on Josh Brookes’ HM Plant Honda caused the crash that took Sylvain Guintoli out of the British Superbike Championship, race director Stuart Higgs has revealed at Donington Park. The exact cause of the problem remains unknown at present, according to Higgs’ press release after he talked to HM Plant team manager Havier Beltran ...

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Donington Park BSB: Guintoli ‘Out for 10 Weeks’

Mike Nicks, 25 May 2009 14:20

Sylvain Guintoli, the Worx Crescent Suzuki rider who crashed during the sighting lap for the British Superbike Championship at Donington Park, has a broken tibia and fibula in his right leg and may be out of action for around ten weeks. If the forecast is correct it would mean that Guintoli would miss four more rounds of the series, and ...

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Donington BSB: Guintoli crashes on sighting lap

Mike Nicks, 25 May 2009 13:07

Sylvain Guintoli, the 26-year-old Frenchman who has electrified the British Superbike Championship this year, was sensationally knocked out of the first race of the third round of the series at Donington Park when he suffered a bizarre accident on the sighting lap. Guintoli’s Worx Crescent Suzuki was involved in a collision with the HM Plant Honda of Josh Brookes as ...

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Donington BSB: Seton Racing’s classic all-nighter

Mike Nicks, 25 May 2009 12:32

Five litres of Relentless energy drink got South African Hudson Kennaugh to pole position on his Linxcel-Seton Tuning Yamaha in the Fuchs-Silkolene British Supersport race at Donington. The drink was consumed by team owner Phil Seton and mechanic Dale Bingle in a classic racing all-night engine rebuild session after Kennaugh reported a power loss during practice on Sunday. Seton and ...

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Donington Park BSB: Rutter brings four sets of leathers!

Mike Nicks, 24 May 2009 19:12

Michael Rutter, who has split from Rob McElnea’s Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha team, has brought four sets of leathers with him to Donington Park in case disaster hits another rider and he is asked to stand in for the BSB races. “They’re from almost every team I’ve ever ridden for, including HM Plant Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Suzuki,” said Rutter, who is ...


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