JOHN McGUINNESS edged closer to Joey Dunlop's TT win tally as he crossed the line to take his 19th victory in the Superstock race.Aboard the Padgets Honda CBR1000RR, McGuinness took the win with an average speed of 126.657mph and a time of 1'11:29.65, ahead of a pair of Kawasakis...
JOHN McGUINNESS topped the timesheets in last night's qualifying session at the Isle of Man TT.The 17-time TT winner set the pace in the Superbike practice session on Monday evening with a lap of 128.267mph, he was followed in the timesheets
MATS NILSSON is the latest name to join the Team Blackhorse Yamaha line-up for the 2009 season.The 33-year-old Swede will ride for the team at the North-West 200, the Isle of Man TT and the Ulster Grand Prix, as well as taking his place on the grid
JOHN McGUINNESS opened his 2012 Isle of Man TT campaign in perfection with a win in the Superbike TT.McGuinness lead a Honda trio followed by Cameron Donald and Bruce Anstey with a top average speed of 128.078mph and a winning time of 1
Mountain course at the Isle of Man, it was a cornerstone of the calendar. By the 1970s, the event became an anachronism. It was out of touch with the times and more and more racers decided not to go there, citing safety as the main reason.In 1971 Barry
THE Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service has unveiled their new initiative to help reduce rider accidents on the island; a Kawasaki ZX-10R sprayed in their colours.Donated by Jason Griffiths Motorcycles, the Kawasaki superbike will be used to engage
Michael Dunlop will ride green when he tackles the 2011 road races on factory Kawasakis, provided by Paul Bird's official WSB squad.Dunlop will ride the factory-prepped ZX-10R in the North West 200, Isle of Man TT and Ulster Grand Prx
I celebrated my win last year by stuffing the wife’s belly full of arms and legsMy daughter is a month old but it hasn’t changed how I view my racing. A week after my son was born he was at the race of the year with me and the wife at Mallory Park and he did the whole of the worl...
missed out last time, get yourself to the Isle of Man from 30th May 2011, find the Arai stand and furiously wave £699.99 at them as it will be first come first served during the event.It is unlikely that any will be left after the race meeting, but try
AS OUR ISLAND is invaded by leather and metal every summer, most of the residents are thrown into a state of near panic. Some escape to faraway places, renting out their pads to pay for their trip. But not me. I'm here for the duration and the build-up, not the main event, is the...
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