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Sport (Jan - Dec 2004)

  • Rutter tops 200mph at NW200

    12 May 2004

    Rutter tops 200mph at NW200

    Michael Rutter dominated the North West 200 road races, beating the total of nine wins held by his father, and managing a top speed of 201.1mph during the second race.Rutter has now claimed ten...

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  • Laconi does Monza WSB double

    12 May 2004

    Laconi does Monza WSB double

    Regis Laconi has won both races at the World Superbike round at Monza today, May 16. The Frenchman completed a one-two with team-mate James Toseland in race one, but the pair found themselves split by...

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  • Gibernau wins Le Mans MotoGP

    12 May 2004

    Sete Gibernau passed early leader Carlos Checa and stayed clear of the drama behind him to take the French GP at Le Mans today, Sunday May 16. Checa surprised many by out-qualifying Yamaha team-mate Valentino Rossi but proved his grid position was justified by leading the race from the start, and eventually finishing in second place. Rossi, meanwhile, was unable to take third from Max Biaggi,...

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  • Join the party at the MX GP

    12 May 2004

    Join the party at the MX GP

    This month’s British Motocross GP is expected to attract 20,000 riders to Gore Basin on the Isle of Wight.The event is on May 29-30 and is the first British motocross GP in four years. MCN is helping...

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  • Rutter out to beat dad at NW200

    05 May 2004

    Rutter out to beat dad at NW200

    Michael Rutter is out to overtake his dad Tony at the North West 200 on Saturday, May 15.Tony won nine races at the North West 200 in the 250cc, 350cc, 500cc and Superbike classes between 1973 and...

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  • Reynolds takes first pole for 2004

    01 May 2004

    Reynolds takes first pole for 2004

    John Reynolds has qualified on pole position for the fourth round of the British Superbike championship at Oulton Park.Reynolds dominated the weekend finishing with the best times in both qualifying...

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  • Kagayama does the double at Oulton

    01 May 2004

    Kagayama does the double at Oulton

    Yukio Kagayama dominated race day at Oulton Park for the fourth round of the British Superbike championship, with only team-mate John Reynolds providing a challenge to the Japenese rider.The two races...

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  • Our man feels the heat of BSB fireball

    01 May 2004

    Our man feels the heat of BSB fireball

    motorcyclenews.com’s commercial chief Adam Hitchcox thought he was going to die in the spectacular warm-up-lap explosion that stunned the crowds at Oulton Park on Monday.Hitchcox looks after ad...

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  • Gibernau wins Jerez MotoGP

    01 May 2004

    Sete Gibernau fought through the rain to take an impressive victory at the Spanish GP, while Valentino Rossi failed to make the podium. Rossi had been on form all weekend qualifying his Yamaha on pole position,but with the rain coming down in torrents on Jerez circuit it was the Telefonica Honda riding Gibernau that took the holeshot and dominated the rest of the race. Only Camel Honda rider Max...

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  • Kagayama does double at Oulton BSB

    01 May 2004

    Yukio Kagayama dominated race day at Oulton Park for the fourth round of the British Superbike championship, with only team-mate John Reynolds providing a challenge to the Japenese rider. The two races mirrored each other with the same riders taking the top five places in the same order in both. The Rizla Suzuki riders dominated both races, fighting it out for the top spot right up to the line.

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  • Cops nab Reynolds for safety campaign

    28 April 2004

    Cops nab Reynolds for safety campaign

    British superbike champion John Reynolds will be helping Humberside police launch their Bikesafe 2004 campaign on Thursday, April 29. A police spokesman said " He has agreed to help because of...

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  • Rizla scores double at Snetterton

    21 April 2004

    The Rizla Suzuki team has dominated the third round of the British Superbike championship with Yukio Kagayama and John Reynolds taking a win each at a scorching hot Snetterton circuit. The first race saw the two GSX-R1000 riding team-mates battle it out for first place with Kagayama snatching it on the line, winning the race by just 0.414 seconds. Third placed rider Michael Rutter wasn’t far...

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  • Rutter takes pole at Snetterton

    21 April 2004

    Michael Rutter has taken pole position at the third round of the British Superbike championship at a sun drenched Snetterton circuit.The HM Plant Honda rider finished Saturday’s second qualifying session with a best time of 1:05.713, just 0.053 seconds ahead of second placed rider Dean Thomas on the Dienza Ducati, putting him on pole position for Sunday’s raceFinishing the front row of the grid...

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  • Join Jefferies’ memorial lap at TT

    21 April 2004

    Join Jefferies’ memorial lap at TT

    The David Jefferies Memorial Lap will be on the Isle of Man on June 6 from 1pm. All are welcome to ride in it.Multi TT winner and lap record holder Jefferies died, aged 30, in practice for last year’s...

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