and that Crutchlow's hard rear tyre wouldn't been up to temperature.Crutchlow, who had been top-six in all three free practice sessions and who won both World Superbike races last year, was expecting to do well at his home circuit. Team mate Colin Edwards, who
Brown (Ducati Manchester) and Mike Edwards (MSKWorks.com), with a resurgent Darren Fry (Buildbase/JHP Ducati) completing the front row. A barnstorming Peter Hasler (AOR/Boast Plumbing) got the best of the starts making up 7 places from 10th, as Morris
FINALLY, someone has broken cover in the much-rumoured WSB gossip mill surrounding James Toseland in 2010.And it's been Ten Kate team boss Ronald Ten Kate. The team manager said that he wants JT back in the Ten Kate squad, but admits that there might be one problem getting in the...
´02.693 lap has well and truly laid down the gauntlet for his two early rivals.Colin Edwards added to the Yamaha presence in the upper echelon of the early timesheet with the fourth quickest lap of the practice session, ahead of morning crasher Randy de Puniet
to get the five best Aprilias we could find together and then let Aprilia MotoGP rider Colin Edwards loose on the track with them. Well, best laid plans and all that, this idea was scuppered when Aprilia arranged a last minute test for the Cube in Brno
NIALL MACKENZIE1986 HRC test, SuzukaOur own 'Spuds' Mackenzie had been riding an Armstrong 250 in GPs and ridden the Skoal Bandit RG500 in the last few 500cc races of the year. Then he got a call to go to Japan for a private test with the mighty HRC..."I was doing the Castrol Six...
Race 1: Race 1 produced another memorable 848 Challenge race, with Mike Edwards (MSKworks.com) in determined mood to record his first race victory of the season. But Kenny Gilbertson (AOR/Boast Plumbing), Leon Morris, and Robbie Brown (Ducati
were looking to do as few laps as possible but still post a good time. Darren Fry (Buildbase/JHP Racing) ended the day on pole for Sunday's races, with Morris, Edwards (MSKWorks.com), and Gilbertson (AOR/Boast Plumbing) right behind him. On Sunday
/JHP Racing) and Mike Edwards (MSKWorks.com) who all got into the 56s. Bike magazine's James Haydon (Ducati UK/Mercedes Vito), racing for the first time in over three years since his retirement from the professional ranks, kept the rest of the pack honest
by the late Yasu Nagai, Scott Russell, Colin Edwards and Noriyuki Haga, all in WSB, the latter two pairing up in 1996 to win the Suzuka 8-hour.Look out too for the limited edition SP racer homologation model, which featured a single seat and different
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