the FIM insisted the rules be observed. Everyone is now waiting for the other shoe to drop - there need to be 150 bikes by the end of July. And MotoGP management are going to watching closely to be absolutely sure that this is the case.Let's be straight
The collection of Whitham/Speedfreak machines has grown recently, and now includes some 600cc racebikes, ones that we can rent out to people who don't want to bash up their own roadbikes if they crash. A lot of people have been asking us to do that.We've also bought a really nice...
was piloting crashed on July 30th, 2003. The official investigation found the accident could have been pilot error but a mechanical malfunction was not ruled out.The inquiry will be held at Jedburgh Sheriff Court, although a date has yet to be announced.
helicopter crashedt on 30th July 2003. An Air Accident Investigation Branch report into the tragedy in 2005 said the accident was caused by the rotors striking the helicopter's boom. However, it added that an aircraft malfunction "could not be eliminated".
(AAIB) made two recommendations to improve safety after investigating the crash in which Hislop was killed in July 2003.The AAIB called for the helicopter controls to be modified to prevent the rotor blades stalling and for pilots to be given more than
controlling stake in MotoGP for around â‚¬450 million in July last year. However, the Spanish management of MotoGP has been a fierce competitor to the Italian brothers who run FG Group, Paolo and Maurizio Flammini, which may make a unification deal difficult
RUBEN XAUS is likely to make his return to the WSB Championship this weekend at Imola after breaking his thigh at Brno in July.The BMW rider won twice at Imola back in 2003 and has been given the all-clear to get back on the factory BMW S1000RR
a highly successful partnership during the 2003 season in which Byrne won a dozen races to take the title, also taking a winning double in the World Championship, to pave the way into a couple of years of MotoGP action.Byrne, sixth overall last year
was killed when the helicopter crashed near his home town of Hawick in the borders on July 31, 2003.Wilds said: "Mr Hislop took to it very naturally. It is not teaching someone how to fly – just the different systems. He was very conscientious, he had a
July. The following week, Foggy, Corser and Haydon all performed demo laps at Brands Hatch and received a rapturous welcome from the 125,000 spectators. The winter of 2002/2003 was planned to be a hectic schedule of testing. Although the FP1's first
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