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FTR team up with Talmacsi and Iannone

MCN Sports Desk, 25 February 2010 13:27

FTR Moto has extended its 2010 Moto2 World Championship involvement by supplying machinery to the Speed Up Team of former 125cc World Champion Gabor Talmacsi of Hungary and Italian star Andrea Iannone. The Speed Up Team will use the M210 machine from the Buckingham, UK company and the two-rider effort is expecting to be one of the front runners in ...

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Debon vows to be fit for next Moto2 test

MCN Sports Desk, 23 February 2010 16:28

Spaniard Alex Debon insists he’ll be fit to ride the British-built FTR M210 in the official Moto2 tests as Valencia on March 1-3. Debon crashed in testing at Catalunya last week and fractured his left collarbone. He underwent surgery to have a titanium plate inserted and now intends to be fit to contest the first official tests – with the ...

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British Grand Prix 125 trio at NEC Show

MCN Sports Desk, 25 November 2009 11:19

Britain’s most successful GP racer Bradley Smith heads the talented trio of British 125 cc stars at the International Motorcycle and Scooter Show at the NEC Birmingham. Get all the latest NEC Show news World Championship runner-up Smith will be joined by last year’s British Grand Prix winner Scott Redding and Kent-based Danny Webb - and will be available for ...

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Kallio tops Jerez tests

MCN Sports Desk, 29 January 2008 11:00

After two days of Aprilia dominance, Red Bull KTM returned to the forefront in Jerez at the final session of 250cc action today. Pleasant temperatures and less wind than earlier in the week allowed many riders to improve their times, but the two who really made it count were Mika Kallio and Hiroshi Aoyama. Kallio’s time of 1’43.303 put him ...

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Valencia MotoGP: Mika Kallio on pole for 250cc GP finale

MCN Sports Desk, 03 November 2007 14:30

Mika Kallio has secured pole position for the 250cc GP at the final round of the 2007 championship at Valencia. It's the second pole position of 2007 for Kallio, as the 25-year-old Finnish KTM rider heads Jorge Lorenzo, Yuki Takahashi and Marco Simoncelli. Row two is an all-Spanish line-up of Hector Barbera, Alvaro Bautista, Julian Simon and Alex Debon. Ireland's ...

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Sepang MotoGP: Win for Gabor Talmacsi takes 125cc GP title to final race in Spain

MCN Sports Desk, 21 October 2007 10:45

Gabor Talmacsi extended his championship lead with victory in the 125cc GP at Sepang, increasing his advantage from one point to ten over Hector Faubel. Faubel started the race from pole position but was overhauled by Gabor Talmacsi, who was able to pull into a clear lead. Meanwhile Faubel, his Aspar Aprilia team-mate, was embroiled in an eight-rider battle for ...

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Sepang MotoGP: Hiroshi Aoyama takes pole for 250cc GP

MCN Sports Desk, 20 October 2007 09:00

Hiroshi Aoyama has taken his first pole of the 2007 season, topping a KTM one-two as team-mate Mika Kallio qualifies second fastest. Aoyama posted a time of 2:07.429s, with Kallio 0.032s slower. Third place went to Spain's Jorge Lorenzo, who looks almost certain to retain his 250cc world championship title, with Italian Andrea Dovizioso completing the first row. The second ...

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Australian MotoGP: Jorge Lorenzo extends series lead with 250cc GP win

MCN Sports Desk, 14 October 2007 19:37

Jorge Lorenzo has increased his lead in the 250cc GP world championship with victory at the Australian round. The Majorcan Fortuna Aprilia rider led from start to finish to take maximum points, finished 19 seconds clear of second placed Alvaro Bautista. Andrea Dovizioso fought hard, but finished third to keep his title hopes alive, just ahead of Hiroshi Aoyama and ...

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Australian MotoGP: Lukas Pesek takes the 125cc GP win

MCN Sports Desk, 14 October 2007 19:31

Lukas Pesek has won the 125cc GP at the Australian round, as championship leader Gabor Talmacsi finished in eighth. The race featured 10 riders battling for the lead from the start of the race. The eventual winning margin was just 0.090 seconds, with the first nine riders taking the chequered flag with 1.5 seconds of Pesek. Behind the Valsir Seedorf ...


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