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Sport (January 2002)

  • Stewart clear… Carmichael back on form

    28 January 2002

    James Stewart made the 125 Main look easy as defending champion Ricky Carmichael returned to winning in the 250s at the AMA Supercross in Phoenix, Arizona, Saturday.Travis Pastrana took second in the 250s with. David Vuillemin third for Team Yamaha. He leads the point standings by seven over Mike LaRocco.Jeremy McGrath is slowly returning to form as he struggles to overcome an arm-pump problem. He...

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  • The right lines

    28 January 2002

    The right lines

    All the riders agreed that the changes to the Assen curves were an improvement.Today’s caption, courtesy of titusr

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  • Dobb faces Everts and Pichon at Hawkstone

    28 January 2002

    World 125cc motocross champion Jamie Dobb faces a tough pre-season challenge at Hawkstone Park on February 17. The KTM rider from Derbyshire lines-up at the gate with fellow champions Stefan Everts and Mickael Pichon in the non-championship international.Dobb will ride a 250 KTM against Mickael Pichon on a factory Suzuki 250 and 500 world champion Stefan Everts with a thundering Yamaha 500...

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  • Hislop angry over BSB prize money

    28 January 2002

    Hislop angry over BSB prize money

    Steve Hislop feels he’s going to miss out on earnings in 2002 because of a new ruling over prize money in the British superbike series40-year-old Hizzy has agreed terms to ride the MonsterMob Ducati...

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  • Foxhill back in the big time

    28 January 2002

    Motocross Grand Prix circuit Foxhill returns to the big time when the Wiltshire venue stages the second round of a new professional British motocross series in June.The famous venue will stage the second round of the new five-round international motocross championship promoted by Future West with sanction from the AMCA.The new series is a direct rival to the established eight-round Maxxis British...

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  • Dunlop pay-out threatens vital TT entries

    28 January 2002

    Dunlop pay-out threatens vital TT entries

    Grids for the make-or-break 2002 TT could dwindle in the wake of Robert Dunlop’s £700,000 compensation settlement.Dunlop’s award, made on January 17 this year, was for injuries sustained following the...

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  • Ali’s pally!

    21 January 2002

    Ali’s pally!

    Let’s get pally with Ali!This caption brought to you by Subliminal Hints That The Ally Pally Show Opens Today inc

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  • Voice of the TT dies

    21 January 2002

    Peter Kneale, the man known to many as the Voice of the TT, has died, aged 67.Kneale commentated on every TT from 1965 to 2000. He died in the early hours of Monday morning at Liverpool’s Broad Green Hospital. He and had been suffering with a chest illness.Add your tribute, follow the link, right.

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  • Just Peachy

    21 January 2002

    Just Peachy

    Melanie is a 22-year-old graduate in applied geophysics and enjoys restoring steam engines in her spare time

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  • La Rocco takes first AMA supercross win in seven years

    21 January 2002

    Mike La Rocco took the glory in the 250 Main Event in round three of the AMA/EA Sports Supercross Series at Anaheim, California.It was the Honda CR250 rider’s first supercross win in America in seven years!David Pingree of Team Red Bull/KTM won the 125 West Main Event. It's his first win in two years.Steve Lamson, Ernesto Fonseca, and Sebastien Tortelli are recovering from injury, and did not...

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  • Going up

    14 January 2002

    Going up

    The ladies thought they could trust their microskirts with the dry-cleaner

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  • Hucklebridge wins UK Supercross title

    14 January 2002

    Kawasaki’s Mark Hucklebridge clinched the UK Supercross Open class championship when he finished second to Warren Edwards in the final race of the series at the London Arena, Docklands on Saturday night.Stephen Sword took the 125 class title after finishing second on his Husqvarna to Billy Mackenzie.

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  • Meoni takes second Dakar title on KTM twin

    14 January 2002

    Meoni takes second Dakar title on KTM twin

    Italian Fabrizio Meoni won his second successive Dakar rally as KTM took a clean sweep of the top 10 places in the gruelling 17-day event which finished on Sunday.Meoni, riding KTM’s new LC8 950cc...

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  • Factory Husqvarnas tested

    07 January 2002

    Factory Husqvarnas tested

    BIKES that carry the accolade " factory " have a ferocious reputation to live up to. Any rider hot enough to handle the pace in national or world championships demands a gut wrenching...

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