ENDURO AFRICA has come under fire after numerous complaints about some of the riders' behaviour - some of it levelled at the Royal brothers, William and Harry, who are taking part on the 1000-mile adventure.Complaints include the princes
GUY MARTIN may have won the hearts and minds of many road racing fans around the world but one man that's none too impressed by the racing renegade is Simon Buckmaster - the man in charge of Performance Racing Techniques (PTR) - suppliers of Martin's bikes for this year's TT.In a...
Carter, Business Development Manager for the Government's Automotive Unit Department for Business Innovation & Skills, says:'I can confirm that it is our view that the FIM based in Switzerland have a case to answer in anti competitive behaviour
A message to Pedrosa, perhaps?SPANISH multi World Champion Jorge Lorenzo has spoken out about his amazing ride to second place in Qatar and what he really thinks of rivals Valentino Rossi and Dani Pedrosa.Speaking to Spanish press, he said: "We all want to win at Jerez, but I wil...
ROAD USERS who break the speed limit are committing "the worst kind of anti-social behaviour" - that's the view of one of Britain's top Police Chief Constables. Julie Spence, head of Cambridgeshire Police, directed the accusation at a particular
The salt is down and I'm teetering on the edge of cold tyres and trying to anticipate the next bend through blinding midday sunshine. The bike feels like a pregnant whale and I am already regretting not putting my boots on. Wooly socks or not, its pretty chilly out today. Suddenl...
cameras. "They're an effective way of reducing casualties but what we're doing now is giving people a range of courses to go on rather than taking points off their licence and hopefully get the behavioural change through education." But it's not only
Superpole session and ninth position on the grid. Melandri - who also saw a warning from Race Direction - decided to give Max a handful of payback by placing a block pass on Roman Emperor.The poor-sporting behaviour Biaggi continued in the final stint
that the large number of TT visitors that were in the area had to be exposed to this kind of behaviour."
, was banned for three months after he collected 12 penalty points on his licence for speeding.Mr Bluh said the ban, which was imposed before he became Swindon Council leader in 2006, had changed his behaviour but said there were other ways to improve people
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