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McWilliams to race XR1200 Stateside

Former MotoGP rider and current British Harley-Davidson XR1200 Trophy champion Jeremy McWilliams will race in the final round of the 2010 AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, Alabama, September 25-26. Riding for London-based Warr's Harley-Davidson Racing, McWilliams locked upthe UKHarley-Davidson XR1200 Trophy series championship inAugust with a win at Britain's Cadwell Park, the ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 23 September 2010

Superbikes back for 2011 Daytona 200?

The Daytona 200 could be making a shock return to Superbikes after possibly the smallest crowd and one of the smallest fields in the 69 year history of the season-opener. Tyre concerns forced the switch to middleweight motorcycles in 2005, with Superbikes only using one of Daytona’s famed bankings. But the factories have gradually lost interest and the decision to ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 08 March 2010

Zemke’s Daytona Superbike double

After ten years of riding Hondas, Jake Zemke switched to Suzuki with immediate success. The former Daytona 200 winner gave basketball hall of famer Michael Jordan his first Superbike victory by beating Tommy Hayden (Suzuki) in Thursday’s race by 0.258s, with the top five covered by 0.307s. Friday’s race was even better. Zemke denied Hayden his first ever Superbike victory ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 08 March 2010

AMA Superbike: Hodgson has 2010 BSB offers but aims to stay Stateside

Neil Hodgson is among the riders hoping to stay in superbike racing next year, whether it’s in America or back in BSB - though he admits he hasn’t had a showcase season with the Corona Extra Honda. Ever since separating his shoulder in a motocross accident in March, he’s been hobbled and relegated to the far end of the top ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 19 August 2009

AMA Superbike: Hodgson's ride on the wild side

Soon after Corona Extra Honda’s Neil Hodgson crossed the finish line to finish eighth in Sunday’s AMA Superbike race at Virginia International Raceway,  he was speeding through a grass field at 165 mph in what he said was the “scariest moment” of his career. Hodgson was drafting Rockstar Makita Suzuki’s Blake Young to the line when Young turned in for ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 19 August 2009

Mat Mladin to call it quits

Mat Mladin, the greatest rider in the history of AMA Superbike racing is calling it a career after this season. Six-time AMA Superbike Champion Mat Mladin has decided to retire and move his young family back to his home outside of Sydney after the AMA series ends on September 6. The announcement came in a news release the day after ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 03 August 2009

Buell build controversial 1125RR superbike racer

The £24,500 Buell 1125RR ignited a firestorm of controversy when it thundered into the Mid-Ohio round of the AMA Pro Road Racing championship last weekend. Based on the 1125R, the race-only RR was homologated as a separate model, which means it has to be street legal, according to the AMA rulebook. But the AMA position, as stated by AMA marketing ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 20 July 2009

Chaz Davies’ fighting fifth at Mid Ohio

Aprilia’s Chaz Davies finished a fighting fifth on Saturday, then seventh on Sunday once he lost touch with the leaders at Mid Ohio in the AMA Daytona Sportbike races on his Factory Aprilia Millennium Technologies RSV1000. Davies said: “I wasn’t aggressive enough on the first lap on Saturday. I didn’t find the holes (to pass anyone) really. "Today (Sunday) the ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 20 July 2009

AMA Superbike: Davies close to Sportbike win

Chaz Davies came achingly close to winning his first race on the factory Aprilia in the 2009 AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike series, only to have victory stolen on the penultimate lap by Yamaha’s Ben Bostrom. In an attrition-filled race, Davies took the lead from Bostrom on the 15th of 21 laps, with Bostrom re-taking the spot one from the end ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 06 July 2009

Neil Hodgson on the road to recovery

Neil Hodgson was released from Loma Linda University Medical Center on Sunday, March 22, one week after being admitted with a collapsed lung, five broken ribs and a dislocated left shoulder, following a motocross accident that he called both the worst and scariest crash of his career. Now he’ll visit a specialist on Wednesday, March 25, to find out whether ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • 24 March 2009


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