The MotoGP season gets underway today with the first free practice session at 15:45 BST.So before the lap times start appearing on the board, we want to know who your money's on for this opening race.We want to see your top 3, so leave a comment below. We'll dig out a MotoGP DVD ...
MAKE the most of the fact that for the rest of today you're among the select bunch of people who know who Guy Martin is, because after 7.30pm he's going to have a lot more followers.In case you forgot, tonight's the night his prime-time BBC 1 series
1 27 Casey STONER AUS Repsol Honda Team Honda 320.3 1'48.451 2 26 Dani PEDROSA SPA Repsol Honda Team Honda 318.1 1'48.747 0.296 / 0.2963 11 Ben SPIES USA Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha 311.9 1'49.155 0.704 / 0....
EXTRA POLICE officers are being drafted as part of a "significant policing operation" around the Bulldog Bash from 7 to 10 August. According to reports on the BBC, Warwickshire Police had urged councillors not to grant a licence for next month
TRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TfL) are to test a new type of speed restriction software on 20 of the organisation's vehicles - including a bus, reports BBC News.TfL are hoping the new GPS-controlled 'Intelligent Speed Adaptation' device will reduce
parts of the TT course on the last lap of the 2010 Senior event.Speaking to BBC News, Cummins said he's determined to silence critics by getting back to racing as soon as possible, despite suffering serious nerve damage in the crash."If it means blood
AT VISORDOWN we're huge fans of Toby and Julian's commentary come raceday, far better than any plastic presenters from the BBC, so we were thrilled to hear they're back for the 2009 season.It's Friday, and you're probably slacking off work, so check
A MALE motorcyclist has been killed in a collision with a police vehicle in Carmarthenshire, reports BBC News. The crash happened at around 2335 GMT on Betws Road in Ammanford. Dyfed Powys Police said an investigation had begun and the Independent
ACCORDING TO recent government statistics, the number of people killed on UK roads has reached a record low.BBC News reports that 2,538 people were killed on Britain's roads in 2008 - the lowest annual total since records began in 1926. The death
IN A slightly bizarre turn of events, a young Eamonn Holmes turns to Carl Fogarty and Aaron Slight to explain the science getting your knee down. Filmed for forgotten mid-ninties BBC program 'How Do They Do That?', this explanatory video is actually
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