Hailwood's 1978-winning bike will be back at the IslandITALIAN MOTORCYCLE manufacturer Ducati is to celebrate 50 years of TT competition by bringing a taste of Italy to this year’s event.A host of famous Ducati names and historic bikes are expected
Over the weekend, an aged Japanese racer reacquainted himself with one of his early loves.Celebrating 50 years of Suzuki racing, Mitsuo Ito took his former flame, the RM63, for a trip down memory lane and a lap around the Motegi circuit
at Sepang. The launch of the 2011 line-up has proven that Yamaha have been unsuccessful in their bid to secure a championship sponsor for this year, instead opting to continue with their celebration of the 50th anniversary of road-racing.Reigning Champion
Yamaha has launched its 50th anniversary paint scheme for the YZR-M1. And in case you're thinking that happened a few years ago, this time they're talking about the 50th anniversary of the firm in GP racing rather than the actual company's 50th
Guinness and team-mate Steve Plater will be looking to impress their employers too; Honda are celebrating their 50th anniversary at the TT races.
years and were known as a group at the heart of some major crimes around the city. At its peak, the gang had about 50 members.Recently, the Kamagaya No.1 had decided to disband – and challenged the police force that had been chasing them for 30 years
It's ten years since Yamaha launched the first YZF-R1YAMAHA UK are inviting motorcycle fans to celebrate a decade of R-Series motorcycles, on Saturday 15th March.All authorised participating Yamaha dealers will be holding a celebration party
CARL FOGARTY will ride at this year's TT again - but only as part of a special Ducati celebration marking the factory's 50th anniversary at The Island.Foggy will be joined by Sammy Miller, Trevor Nation. Michael Rutter and Jamie Whitham
.The activity is part of Suzuki Motor Corporation’s celebrations of 50 years of International Racing at this year’s Isle of Man TT Races – the venue where it all began in 1960.
and motorcycles, many of which have been influenced by British engineering or built in partnership with British expertise. And with significant anniversaries in 2008 for two of Britain's most important race series " namely 50 years of the BTCC and 20 years
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