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Sport (January 2005)

  • All dressed up...

    28 January 2005

    All dressed up...

    With this outfit she can promote scooters all day, and then attend an important dinner function without having to change...

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  • Looking wistful...

    28 January 2005

    Looking wistful...

    Sitting around on bikes all day gives promo girls a lot of time to think. You might be surprised to know that many are contemplating their next thesis on philosophy or quantum physics while also...

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  • In the bag...

    21 January 2005

    In the bag...

    With the MCN London Motorcycle Show just days away, the MCN girls are hard at work preparing goodie bags...

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  • Bennetts sponsor BSB

    21 January 2005

    Bennetts sponsor BSB

    Insurance firm Bennetts will be the title sponsor for the British Superbike series in 2005. The deal was unveiled by former British and World Superbike champion Neil Hodgson, along with two 'Bennetts...

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  • Carmichael romps home

    21 January 2005

    Carmichael romps home

    Suzuki rider Ricky Carmichael won by 20 seconds in Saturday night's third round of the THQ World Supercross Championship. 45,000 saw him romp home at Angel Stadium, Anaheim,California. The...

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  • Superbike National dates

    14 January 2005

    Superbike National dates

    The second annual Superbike Grand National invitational race at Castle Combe will take place on July 30-31,2005, after a change in the British Superbike calendar. The non-championship was originally...

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  • Despres nears Dakar win

    14 January 2005

    Despres nears Dakar win

    On the penultimate day of the Dakar rally, Frenchman Cyril Despres has moved closer to his first-ever overall win. Despres started the 569km stage with a lead of just over three minutes after...

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  • Dakar cow calamity

    14 January 2005

    Dakar cow calamity

    Australian Andy Caldecott won yesterday’s stage of the Dakar despite have a very uncomfortable encounter with a cow. The KTM rider took his second win of the race by over two minutes on second...

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  • New British race series

    14 January 2005

    New British race series

    A new junior cup to unveil British racing talent will run next year due to a link up between Dorna Sports, the Autocycle Union (ACU) and the Motorcycle Circuit Racing Control Board of Great Britain...

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  • Despres wins 2005 Dakar

    14 January 2005

    Despres wins 2005 Dakar

    Frenchman Cyril Despres has won the Dakar rally for the first time despite a strong challenge from Spaniard Marc Coma. Despres had almost 10 minutes advantage over Coma going into the final 31km...

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  • KTM review Dakar safety

    14 January 2005

    KTM review Dakar safety

    KTM has released a statement regarding the safety aspects of the Dakar just days after works rider Fabrizio Meoni died during the race. "Due to the incidents of the previous months, KTM, as the...

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  • Dakar's toughest yet?

    07 January 2005

    Dakar's toughest yet?

    Frenchman David Frétigné took another stage win on Thursday (Jan 6), in what many are saying was one of the toughest Dakar rally stages ever - the 660km marathon stage. It was competed...

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  • Dakar stage cancelled

    07 January 2005

    Dakar stage cancelled

    Organisers have been forced to cancel the eighth stage of the Paris-Dakar Rally after terrible weather conditions during the previous stage yesterday, Thursday January 6. Several motorcyclists, cars...

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  • Molson signs Swanie

    07 January 2005

    Molson signs Swanie

    Molson Kawasaki has announced that South African teenager Gareth Swanepoel and British rider Tom Church will front Kawasaki UK’s 2005 assault on the world and British MX2 Championships on...

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  • KTM riders continue

    07 January 2005

    KTM riders continue

    All the KTM riders have decided to finish the Dakar in respect for their fallen team-mate Fabrizio Meoni, who died on Tuesday. KTM team bosses had urged the riders to quit the rally but they have all...

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  • Meoni dies on Dakar

    07 January 2005

    Meoni dies on Dakar

    Two-time Dakar winner Fabrizio Meoni has died after an accident on stage 12 of the Dakar rally. The KTM rider, who was holding second place in the race, crashed minutes after refuelling at checkpoint...

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  • KTM to quit rallies?

    07 January 2005

    KTM to quit rallies?

    After the death of top rally rider Fabrizio Meoni on Tuesday, January 11, KTM has urged all of its teams to pull out of the race and said it may quit rally racing completely. Meoni is the second top...

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  • Dakar stage cut short

    07 January 2005

    Dakar stage cut short

    Dakar organisers have decided to shorten today’s stage by over 200km because visibility is as low as 300 metres. Stage 11 from Atar to Kiffa was expected to be the hardest yet and with the...

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  • Despres wins on sad day

    07 January 2005

    Despres wins on sad day

    Stage ten of the Dakar Rally was won by Cyril Despres but clouded by the news of the death of José Manuel Perez after his crash on stage 7. Despres started the 483km loop stage in seventh...

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