himself down in 11th place at the end of lap one and a lap of 115.518mph was over a minute and a half slower than the times of the previous day. The Glen Helen section remained damp throughout and John slipped further back on the 2nd lap to 14th but a
Sunday's race at Estoril in an effort to ease the pain he's been experiencing in his forearms during races.The condition hasn't plagued Lorenzo during either practice or qualifying, after visiting Dr Xavier at the Clinica Dexeus in Barcelona en route
Steve Plater is just 7.89 seconds behind John McGuinness on the fourth lap of the TT Superbike race. Guy Martin is 17.73 seconds behind McGuinness in third place. Plater on a charge, taking 5 seconds out of McGuinness.
BIKE Animal Honda rider, Leon Camier, broke his leg in race two of the British Superbike championship round at Cadwell. The accident happened on lap 11 as Camier took-off over The Mountain. His bike was airborne and went sideways on landing
should be.The 2008 Battle is held over 12 rounds alongside selected BSB meetingsKTM SuperDuke challenge 2008 calendar schedule & dates Round 1 18-20 April Thruxton Rounds 2&3 24-26 May Donington Park Rounds 4&5 13-15 June
.The quotes, reported in the Italian Motosprint magazine, have rubbished recent claims in other press that Rossi plans to retire soon."It's 100 percent certain I will race in 2009, unless I win every race next year," the 28-year old Italian said during
that, we’d need a bloody year of complete rest, before being brave little soldiers and manfully heading back to the bar.
and Troy Corser will test their Yamahas alongside Shinichi Nakatomi (Yamaha France), while the PSG-1 Corse squad will bring their Kawasaki ZX-10R machines to the Rome track for Regis Laconi and Makoto Tamada.Going to be an interesting couple of days
TROY CORSER has given himself the green light for racing this weekend, despite hitting a seagull at more than 130mph during testing at Phillip Island.The twice World Champion was lucky to stay on the BMW racebike at the private test in Phillip
Regis Laconi remains in an induced coma following his accident in a practice session ahead of Sunday's FIM Superbike World Championship races in South Africa.The DFX Corse rider suffered multiple injuries in the crash at the Kyalami circuit
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