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Sport (Jan - Dec 2004)

  • Crossed arms

    15 September 2004

    Crossed arms

    We're not sure why Kenny Roberts Jnr isn't looking too happy. We wouldn't be complaining if that brolly girl was standing around with us... Have Your Say, here.

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  • Everts takes eighth title

    15 September 2004

    Everts takes eighth title

    Stefan Everts has claimed his eighth world MX title at the Grand Prix of Ireland at Ballykelly. Everts took a second place in race one after losing the lead to championship rival Mickael Pichon, but...

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  • Close focus

    15 September 2004

    Close focus

    Even the brolly girls need to focus and prepare themselves for the first corner. Have Your Say, here.

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  • Mellow yellow

    15 September 2004

    Mellow yellow

    Yellow isn't a particularly dark colour, but then again, we can't see any canines, either. Have Your Say, here.

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  • Handy thumbstrap?

    15 September 2004

    Handy thumbstrap?

    Those straps on her trousers might have seemed the perfect place to rest her weary thumb - until she ended up trapped for two days... Have Your Say, here.

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  • Gold Cup tribute to DJ

    15 September 2004

    Gold Cup tribute to DJ

    Join in a tribute to the late David Jefferies at this weekend's Gold Cup meeting at Oliver's Mount, Scarborough. The Jump towards the end of the bottom straight is being renamed Jefferies Jump after...

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  • Reynolds is BSB champ

    15 September 2004

    Reynolds is BSB champ

    John Reynolds has won the British Superbike championship for Rizla Suzuki despite the HM Plant Honda team taking first and second in both races at Donington Park. Reynolds went into the final round...

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  • Motegi GP results

    15 September 2004

    Motegi GP results

    Makoto Tamada took the win in Motegi, Japan, avoiding the six rider crash on the first corner, then taking Valentino Rossi on lap six and holding the lead till the flag. See story, right, for more...

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  • Reynolds set for crown

    15 September 2004

    Reynolds set for crown

    Michael Rutter admits he needs a minor miracle to beat John Reynolds to the British Superbike championship title at what promises to be a sunny Donington Park on Sunday. He is 43 points behind the...

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  • Bug-eyed?

    08 September 2004

    Bug-eyed?

    Obviously a fan of U2, with the glasses that make her half brolly girl, half fly. Have Your Say, here.

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  • Oulton Park BSB results

    08 September 2004

    Oulton Park BSB results

    Oulton Park BSB results. Race One: 1) Reynolds. 2) Rutter. 3) Kagayama. 4) Emmett. 5) Plater. 6) Richards. 7) Thomas. 8) Smart. 9) Hill. 10) Brown. 11) Mason. 12) Kiyonari. 13) McGuinness. 14) Haydon.

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  • Sky signs up Moto1

    08 September 2004

    Sky signs up Moto1

    The Moto 1 race at Donington Park on October 30-31 will be broadcast on Sky Sports. You'll be able to see highlights of the multi-discipline two-day event on November 17 and 18. The one hour show will...

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  • Rutter on Oulton pole

    08 September 2004

    Rutter on Oulton pole

    Honda rider MIchael Rutter is on pole for Sunday's Oulton Park British Superbike round - and the wet-weather expert may prove hard to overtake - there's a forecast for rain at Oulton on Sunday. ...

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  • Material girl

    08 September 2004

    Material girl

    Wool and denim in the same jacket? No wonder the brolly girls are always ahead of the rest of us with fashion. Have Your Say, here.

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  • Reynolds closes on title

    08 September 2004

    Reynolds closes on title

    John Reynolds has almost secured the 2004 British Superbike title after a double win at Oulton Park on Sunday (Sep 12). Closest rival Michael Rutter scored two second places and Yukio Kagayama was...

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  • Very upfront!

    08 September 2004

    Very upfront!

    Now here's a young lady who is very upfront about the big things in front of her... Have Your Say, here.

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  • Oulton holds title key

    08 September 2004

    Oulton holds title key

    Michael Rutter goes into this weekend's Oulton Park British Superbikes round under pressure to deliver a huge points haul if he is to take his title challenge to the wire. With only one round to go...

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  • Brolly babe olympics?

    08 September 2004

    Brolly babe olympics?

    The brolly girls were lined up for the pole vault at the start of the brolly girl olympics... Have Your Say, here.

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  • Trucker wins Manx Snr

    01 September 2004

    Lorry driver Davy Morgan won Friday's Senior Manx GP by just 2.8 seconds - setting a new outright Manx GP lap record of 120.68mph in the process. The 33-year-old Suzuki rider beat Ian Pattinson (Kawasaki). Alan Jackson was third. Blustery winds meant Morgan was surprised by his new lap record. He described conditions as "wild". Dean Silvester was fourth with Kenneth McCrae fifth and John...

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  • Chili on Dutch pole

    01 September 2004

    Chili on Dutch pole

    Pierfrancesco Chili will start the Dutch round of the World Superbike championship from pole position. The full list of Superpole times is as follows: 1) Chili 2:03.103. 2) Toseland 2:03.755. 3)...

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  • Portugal GP results

    01 September 2004

    Portugal GP results

    These are the results for the Portuguese GP on Sunday, September 5. MotoGP race results: 1) Rossi. 2) Tamada. 3) Barros. 4) Gibernau. 5) Checa. 6) Hopkins. 7) Capirossi. 8) Bayliss. 9) Edwards. 10)...

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  • Rossi on provisional pole

    01 September 2004

    Rossi on provisional pole

    Yamaha's Valentino Rossi is on provisional pole for the Portuguese GP, after first qualifying on Friday. The race is at Estoril on Sunday. Keep checking the site for updates throughout the weekend. ...

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  • Estoril pole for Tamada

    01 September 2004

    Estoril pole for Tamada

    Makoto Tamada has put his Camel Honda on pole for the Portuguese Grand Prix at Estoril on Sunday, September 5. MotoGP: 1) Tamada 1:37.933. 2) Biaggi 1:38.069. 3) Hopkins 1:38.323. Melandri 1:38.367.

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  • Chili retains Assen pole

    01 September 2004

    Chili retains Assen pole

    Times from the second qualifying session for the World Superbike round at Assen. WSB Qualifying 2: 1) Chili 2:03.953. 2) Toseland 2:04.080. 3) Vermuelen 2:04.292. 4) Nannelli 2:04.314. 5) Bussei...

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  • Happy to be here?

    01 September 2004

    Happy to be here?

    The grid can be a tense place for the riders, but we're not sure why this brolly girl isn't happy to be there... Have Your Say, here.

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  • Assen first qualifying

    01 September 2004

    Assen first qualifying

    Frankie Chili is on provisional pole for Sunday's Assen WSB after first qualifying on Friday. James Toseland - who starts Assen eight points off the championship lead - lies fifth fastest. WSB: 1)...

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  • Saturday GP practice

    01 September 2004

    Saturday GP practice

    Times from the Satruday Free Practice session at Estoril for the Portuguese GP. MotoGP: 1) Barros 1:50.781. 2) Rossi 1:51.030. 3) Gibernau 1:51.487. 4) Biaggi 1:51.802. 5) Checa 1:52.718. 6) Edwards...

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  • Manx GP Friday winners

    01 September 2004

    Honda rider Steve Kuenne from Crewe won the Lightweight Manx Grand Prix by 13.8 seconds on Friday (September 3), with Keith Taylor from Crook (Yamaha) winning the Ultra-Lightweight race by 32.1 seconds. Kuenne had built up a 20-second lead - before his fuel stop. He almost overshot the stop-box and had to brake so hard he almost sent himself over his handlebars. There was a further delay when his...

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  • Yamaha join Moto1

    01 September 2004

    Yamaha join Moto1

    Yamaha has joined Honda in providing machinery for the Moto1 event on october 30-31 at Donington Park. The two-day competition will pit 24 of Britain's top motorcycle stars across all discplines...

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  • Manx Junior results

    01 September 2004

    Dean Silvester (CSC Yamaha) from Stanstead won the four-lap Tower Insurance Junior Manx Grand Prix on Wednesday (September 1). He found himself in a winning position after leader Tom Clucas crashed at Ballaugh on the last lap. Clucas had broken the MGP 120mph lap barrier from a standing start. He was fatally injuried in the accident. See link, right. Silvester won by 13.6 seconds from Davy...

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