THE HUNGARIAN MotoGP race looks set to be axed due to problems with the construction of the new Balatonring circuit, said Istvan Gyenesei, the minister for local government, earlier today. The blame has been pointed at Spanish group Sedesa, which is building the 80-million-euro t...
HUNGARIAN motorcyclist Mathyas Balint is the living embodiment of the saying 'age is but a number' after the 85 year-old picked up his brand new Ducati 1199 Panigale S.Balint was immediately attracted to the new Ducati superbike after it was unveiled at the EICMA show last year, ...
THE ORGANISERS of the cancelled Dakar race are expected to make an announcement soon that there will be a replacement rally held in April.Visordown has been told the new race is likely to run between Hungary and Romania for a total distance of 3000
in the construction process of the new Balatonring means the new circuit would not be complete in time for the September 20th race this year, a result of harsh winter weather and the current financial situation that has hit Hungary and affected the funding process
The new 990R Super Duke has been 'built for the love of it' say KTM. Which suggests there wasn't any need for this uprated Super Duke but we're glad it's here, because it's even better than the stocker.To be completely honest (it's the only way Jon - Ed) there aren't many differe...
FOLLOWING MONTHS of speculation whether the Hungary round of the 2010 MotoGP season will take place, Visordown can reveal that it's now officially not going to happen.The FIM announced the news, stating construction of the Balatonring circuit
A chopper true to it's word as Hungarian motorcycle enthusiast Istvan Puskas quite literally spent two years chopping wood to make his dream ride.The one-of-a-kind bike, built by the 52-year-old tractor driver from Budapest, is made from water resistant black locust wood and is p...
2008 World Champion Gábor Talmácsi laid down the first brick of Hungary’s new racetrack in Sávoly near Lake Balaton, at an official ceremony this week.Earlier this year, Visordown gave you the heads-up that the new £50 million Balatonring is to host
for National Development and Economy Gordon Bajnai, Dr. Ivan Rona from Magyar Turizmus Zrt. and Sedesa Construction President Vicente Cotino, alongside Hungary´s 125cc World Champion Gabor Talmacsi and his team manager Jorge Martinez Aspar (in his capacity
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