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Sport (July 2009)

  • McGuinness to race in Barbon Hillclimb

    31 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    McGuinness to race in Barbon Hillclimb

    Ever wondered what a TT racing legend like John McGuinness does in his spare? Well he rides motorcycles of course. It’s well documented that McGuinness is a big speedway fan and bought an ex-Jason...

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  • Eco-friendly motocross racing

    28 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Eco-friendly motocross racing

    This year there was the zero emissions TT race - the TTXGP race on the 37.73 miles Mountain course on the Isle Man. Now there are plans in Denmark to run the first-ever, environmentally-friendly,...

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  • Racing results round-up: July 25-26

    27 July 2009 by MCN Sports Desk

    Racing results round-up: July 25-26

    MOTOGP, DONINGTON PARK, LEICS, SUNDAY WORLD SUPERBIKES, BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC, SUNDAY SUZUKA 8 HOURS ENDRUANCE RACE, SUZUKA, JAPAN, SUNDAY FAUGHEEN, CO TIPPERARY, SUNDAY BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP,...

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  • Bumper 13th year for UK Supercross

    23 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Bumper 13th year for UK Supercross

    The Future West ACU/FIM British Supercross Championship reaches its 13th birthday this year. The long-running British Supercross Championship that usually kicks off at Sheffield will this year fire up...

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  • A lesson in AMA Superbikes diplomacy – not

    23 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    And you thought tensions were running high at the BSB Mallory round last week, following the Josh Brookes incident! Check out this video clip shot after the first American Superbike race at Mid Ohio last Saturday! WARNING: This video contains strong language What we have here is the series tech boss, and former Miguel Duhamel crew chief, Al Ludington (the official in the orange shirt) tearing a...

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  • Chaz Davies’ fighting fifth at Mid Ohio

    20 July 2009 by Henny Ray Abrams

    Chaz Davies’ fighting fifth at Mid Ohio

    Aprilia’s Chaz Davies finished a fighting fifth on Saturday, then seventh on Sunday once he lost touch with the leaders at Mid Ohio in the AMA Daytona Sportbike races on his Factory Aprilia Millennium...

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  • Racing results round-up: July 18-19

    20 July 2009 by MCN Sportsdesk

    Racing results round-up: July 18-19

    MOTOGP, SACHSENRING, GERMANY, SUNDAY BRITISH SUPERBIKES, MALLORY PARK, LECIS, SUNDAY AMA ROAD RACES, SOUTHERN 100, BILLOWN, CASTLETOWN, ISLE OF MAN, MONDAY- THURSDAY KIRKISTOWN, CO DOWN, TUESDAY JULY...

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  • Anderson leads MX1 British series

    15 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Anderson leads MX1 British series

    PAR Honda’s Brad Anderson took the overall at Lyng, round five of the British MX1 Motocross Championship. Gareth Swanepoel took the first win of the day on his Kawasaki, the South African working...

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  • Classic club festival at Brands

    14 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    The CRMC arrives at historic Brands Hatch on 11/12 July for a weekend of top quality track action featuring the best of classic and post-classic racing machinery and competitors from the UK and abroad.   The programme of 43 races and 4 parades features machinery from the 1950’s to the 1980’s and includes everything from 125/250/350cc two-stroke GP machines to Triumph/BSA triples, Manx...

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  • Sword dominates Lyng British Motocross

    14 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Sword dominates Lyng British Motocross

    KTM rider Stephen Sword picked up his fourth and fifth wins of the year, at round five of the ACU Maxxis British MX2 Motocross Championship, when he completed the double at Lyng.  During race...

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  • Knighter extends British Enduro series lead

    14 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Knighter extends British Enduro series lead

    David Knight overcame the elements as well as the opposition to extend his lead in the British Enduro Championship following the second round and a busy weekend at Knighton in Powys. Debuting the...

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  • Racing results round-up: July 11-12

    13 July 2009 by MCN Sports Desk

    Racing results round-up: July 11-12

    AINTREE, MERSEYSIDE, SATURDAY BRANDS HATCH, KENT, SATURDAY-SUNDAY SCARBOROUGH, YORKSHIRE, SATURDAY-SUNDAY KNOCKHILL, FIFE, SATURDAY-SUNDAY DARLEY MOOR, DERBYS, SUNDAY BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP MOTOCROSS,...

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  • Knighter switches for Kawasaki

    08 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Knighter switches for Kawasaki

    The world’s top enduro rider, David Knight has moved to Kawasaki machinery for the remainder of the 2009 season. The Manxman quit BMW recently after a disappointing first half of the season and has...

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  • Knighter switches for Kawasaki

    08 July 2009 by Gary Pinchin

    Knighter switches for Kawasaki

    The world’s top enduro rider, David Knight has moved to Kawasaki machinery for the remainder of the 2009 season. The Manxman quit BMW recently after a disappointing first half of the season and has...

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  • AMA Superbike: Davies close to Sportbike win

    06 July 2009 by Henny Ray Abrams

    AMA Superbike: Davies close to Sportbike win

    Chaz Davies came achingly close to winning his first race on the factory Aprilia in the 2009 AMA Pro Daytona Sportbike series, only to have victory stolen on the penultimate lap by Yamaha’s Ben...

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  • Racing results round-up: July 4-5

    06 July 2009 by MCN Sports Desk

    Racing results round-up: July 4-5

    MOTO GP, LAGUNA SECA, USA, SUNDAY BRITISH SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP, KNOCKHILL, FIFE, SUNDAY FIM WORLD ENDURANCE CHAMPIONSHIP, ALBACETE, SATURDAY AMERICAN SUPERBIKE RACE, LAGUNA SECA, SATURDAY-SUNDAY...

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  • Why is Donnington so bad?

    03 July 2009 by Ian

    I have been going to Donnington for several years. I have to agree that the circuit is one of the best in the world. However I do not understand how the governing body or the owners of the circuit feel they are meeting the needs of the suppporters. Forget the racing, is it too much to ask for that the toilets are clean? Especially when the paying public are spending £35.00 plus? How much...

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