Illegal camshaft was a genuine mistake, say teamFOLLOWING THE disqualification of Bruce Anstey as winner of this year's TT Supersport race, TAS Suzuki team principal Philip Neill has said the technical infringement was 'a genuine mistake'.Three hours after Anstey won the Superspo...
HOLLYWOOD BAD boy Mickey Rourke may get away with suspected drink-riding after Miami Beach police officials confirmed the breathalyser test the actor failed a month ago was incorrect. Rourke was pulled over by police after they claimed to have spotted him weaving all over the roa...
fails to comply exactly with the document's specification then individual approval approval must be sought from the Department for Transport before it can be used to enforce speed limits - in this case, that approval was not given. According to BBC News
HERE'S THE moment HM Plant Honda rider Josh Brookes earned himself a two-race ban after the young Australian caused a multi-bike pile-up at yesterday's BSB races at Mallory Park.It's the second time Brookes has been penalised for his rogue riding; the HM Plant man was responsibl...
Well, you can't really blame him, can you?MAXIME BERNIER Canada's Foreign Minister has been forced to resign after leaving Nato summit documents at the home of a girlfriend who has an ongoing involvement to biker gangs. Bernier, 45, started dating Julie Couillard, despite her pre...
THE ENTRY LIST for the British Superstock round at Silverstone reveals an interesting new nationality, as it appears that Morecambe have separated themselves from the British government to form their own country.John McGuinness will make a wildcard appearance in the National Supe...
.Isaacs was charged before magistrate Ingrid Freitag with reckless or negligent driving, to which he pleaded not guilty. He also faced a charge of driving with a blood-alcohol count of 0,11% (the limit is 0,05%), but due to a blunder in the forensic laboratory
of a back up records system. The DVLA are requiring riders who have been affected by this blunder to provide their own evidence of having passed their motorcycle test.MAG is advising riders to take photocopies of their licences before they are sent
NORTH WALES POLICE were left with a bill to the tune of £18,000 after incorrectly issuing speeding tickets to road users travelling at more than 30mph - in a 40mph zone.Officers made the blunder while issuing speeding fines to road users
a similar minor offence. However, serious parking blunders will still result in a £120 fine.Sounds fair enough. But, and it's a big one, the very same attendants are now being asked to spend their time looking out for any parking bay signs that have
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