VISORDOWN brought you all the action and latest reports from the Czech MotoGP at Brno over the weekend, so we thought we'd balance out editorial integrity with some of the best talent we spotted in the paddock, away from the talent on track.We've put together a gallery of the fin...
SPOTTED BY British 125GP man Bradley Smith, who's just landed in Qatar ahead of this weekend's first round of the 2010 MotoGP season.It begs the question: What about when they're not?Bless 'em.
THE ACU have confirmed that the Academy Cup will continue to run within the British 125GP Championship in 2009. The top three finishers in the Cup at the end of the season receive an ACU-funded entry into the final rounds of the 2009 CEV Spanish 125
.15 – 10.40 Sunoco British 125GP Qualifying 110.45 – 11.10 Metzeler National Superstock 1000 Qualifying 111.15 – 11.45 MCE BRITISH SUPERBIKES in association with PIRELLI Free Practice 211.55 – 12.20 Metzeler National Superstock 600 Qualifying 112.25 – 12
DAKOTA Mamola, son of 500cc GP legend Randy Mamola, is to race in the UK in 2010.The 15-year-old will take part in 10 rounds of the British 125GP Championship, riding for the KRP team. Mamola will partner Taylor Mackenzie in the squad - Mackenzie
to be the number one rider in2008 and 2009. Scott has been riding in the Spanish National Championship and is currently lying third with two rounds to go. An elated Scott said:"It's what I've always dreamed of and my next goal is to win the 2008 125GP rookie
Smith...competing with Polaris Aprilia in 2008TEENAGE SENSATION Bradley Smith is to join the Polaris World Aprilia for next season's 125GP series. Now in his second year at this level, Smith, 16, made history this year when he became the youngest
establish their dream 20, of which four are British.The young hopes will be riding specially prepared KTM RC125 GP bikes, punting out over 45bhp and boasting lap times that would see off an R1 around Donington.The races will take place on the Sunday of a
THE ADDITION of Mahindra Racing to the 125GP paddock marks the first Indian manufacturer to compete in the championship.In a presentation at Mahindra HQ in Mumbai, the Indian team is an international affair featuring British rider Danny Webb teaming
development programme competing in the 125 GP British Championships with two of the most exciting young prospects in the series and they are both called Mackenzie!Taylor and Tarran Mackenzie go head to head in the most competitive class in the series. Tarran
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