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Brit rider aiming to improve on last year's third place finishes
TOM Sykes reckons Donington suits his ZX-10R and the Englishman is confident ahead of this weekend's round.
Sykes currently sits third in the championship, behind Eugene Laverty and Sylvain Guintoli. He's taken a win at Assen this season - a circuit not dissimilar to Donington with its fast and flowing corners - ... Continue reading
After scoring just two points in three races, the game is up
THE Effenbert Liberty Racing Team have quit World Superbikes.
The team, who were running rider Mark Aitchison on a Ducati 1098R, competed in the opening three rounds of the 2013 season but have withdrawn, citing difficulties in pursuing the target of promotion for their main sponsor.
The team have had a short, yet ... Continue reading
Privateer MotoGP machine not on schedule
HRC Executive Vice President Shuhei Nakamoto has said that Honda's customer MotoGP machine, the Honda RC, is a month behind schedule.
Honda will offer the machine to private teams in 2014 but the machine is yet to be track tested as Honda are still putting the engine through its paces on the ... Continue reading
Austria's latest hand-grenade gets lobbed at some lovely wet, bumpy, slippery UK roads...
LET'S be honest: 180 bhp bikes are not for everyone. Not for me, anyway. Besides the fact that I couldn't possibly convince even one bank manager in the country to sign off on a loan for one, I doubt I would keep it rubber side down, or my licence clean, long ... Continue reading
But it’s not really a ‘concept’ – more a pre-production bike
SUZUKI is taking its V-Strom 1000 Concept to this weekend’s WSB round at Donington to further plug the machine before it officially drops the ‘concept’ tag and becomes a full-on production machine next year.
Since it was originally shown last year Suzuki has admitted that the bike will go on sale in ... Continue reading
If you can smell it, it's probably too late..
Crashing is never good but if someone pulls out on you, at least you can aim the blame in their direction. If you fall off because you ran out of talent, well you can take some humble learning from that too. But diesel? Diesel is a complete pain in the arse. ... Continue reading
Great North Air Ambulance Service operates entirely from donations
A NORTH Yorkshire motorcycle club are on a final push to raise £500,000 towards the Great North Air Ambulance.
The club, called Boundary 500, have raised £451,309 since June 2006, by setting up a series of challenges which require entrants to pay an entry fee which goes to raise money for the ... Continue reading
Three-time BSB champ swaps S1000RR for HP4
Like most Superbike fans I have been reading with interest how technically clever the BMW HP4 is and how incredible it is to ride. And when it was launched last year I had every reason to believe the hype because I’ve covered many miles on standard S1000RRs and they delivered everything BMW ... Continue reading
See object... hit object
There are bikers who don't like cyclists and vice versa, but this one seems to have such an extreme affinity for cyclists, he ploughs straight into them. It's like a high-speed hug gone wild. Luckily no one was seriously injured...
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