TT & road races (Jan - Dec 2012)

  • Mugen to race Zero TT

    16 February 2012 by MCN Sports Desk

    Mugen to race Zero TT

    Japanese company Mugen has confirmed that it will be participating in the 2012 SES TT Zero Race, which takes place as part of the TT Races on the Isle of Man. The Japanese based company, which was...

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  • Manx GP survey online

    16 February 2012 by Gary Pinchin

    Manx GP survey online

    A second survey about the Manx Grand Prix Festival has been launched following the decision by the Isle of Man Government Department of Economic Development to review all elements of the event. This...

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  • 65 years a TT fan

    09 February 2012 by ian huntly

    65 years a TT fan

    In 2012 I will be celebrating 65 years as a TT fan, having made my first visit in 1947. I have some of my vast collection of pictures on Facebook and have a number of websites about the TT. Please see...

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  • Dan Stewart’s all Honda roads campaign

    08 February 2012 by Gary Pinchin

    Dan Stewart’s all Honda roads campaign

    Cumbrian rider Dan Stewart will again spearhead the Wilcock Consulting campaign at the 2012 Isle of Man TT races, fuelled by Monster Energy. The Barrow in Furness rider has enjoyed the support of...

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  • Ian Hutchinson aims to race NW200 and TT

    08 February 2012 by Gary Pinchin

    Ian Hutchinson aims to race NW200 and TT

    Ian Hutchinson reckons he’ll be racing at the North West 200 and TT this year in spite of re-breaking his left leg in practice for the Revolution Show at the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle show, London...

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  • Honda announce TT Legends line-up

    03 February 2012 by Gary Pinchin

    Honda announce TT Legends line-up

    Honda Motor Europe has revealed a four-strong rider line-up for the Honda TT Legends team for a second season in the FIM Endurance World Championship and selected road racing events. Seventeen-times...

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  • Keith Amor retires from road racing

    26 January 2012 by Liam Marsden

    Keith Amor retires from road racing

    Scotsman Keith Amor has taken the decision to retire from road racing at the age of 39. The TT Legends Honda rider made the decision to retire after serious shoulder injuries he sustained at the Isle...

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