and support the entire range. So what better than to back someone lapping at the back of the 848 Challenge? Exactly, that's where I come in!At the moment my 848 is at George White's being stripped down to the bare-bones before being built up again. We've only
PIRELLI have launched a new offer where you can get your money back for your entrance ticket to the BSB racing at Oulton Park and Brands Hatch rounds.Anyone buying a £25 advance ticket for either round will get their money back if they buy a set
all weekend, but Fry (Hirebase/JHP Racing), still not back to full fitness following an illness that left him in doubt about riding this year, put in a performance that was reminiscent of the form that took him to the Challenge title in 2010.With a win
within 2 laps, I'd can the session and save the rear tyre. While I didn't go quicker, quite a few others did, relegating me to 26th. Doh!Still, despite getting knocked back in Q2, I knew I could run at a pace that would give me a chance of getting
and shins but it's also got external armour on the shoulders, elbows and knees that - in my case - have taken a battering.It's got a removable lining which I've taken out and washed once. It's not that it's particularly hard to get back in place
Probably the worst kept secret in motorcycling is Ducati's new model. Spy shots have been doing the rounds across the internet, with everyone taking a wild stab at what this model is.Could it be a totally new model aimed squarely at clawing back
to pull a wheelie down the back straight but ended up getting carried away and flipped it, destroying the bike in the process. His team manager made him do 10 press-ups in his leathers in pit lane and we're sure his team mechanics were well impressed
VALENTINO ROSSI is the latest of the late brakers in the MotoGP class, according to Brembo who compiled data from all the riders at the San Marino Grand Prix.The data was gathered from the ‘Quercia’, the corner after the back straight, where riders
to ride in the world round, and once I heard it my legs went like jelly. I did not push the races at the Sunflower too hard as I had this event in the back of my mind and I did not want to fall off and jeopardise the whole trip."
the clay broadside on a shonky-looking dirt track Ducati with an engine that uses parts that can be seen on the bayeux tapestry..He's said he's got unfinished business in the sport. Perhaps he'll be back at the Indy Mile competing proper in 2013..?
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