In part two of our supercar versus superbike series, we took Ducati's Panigale and Porsche's GT2 RS to Bruntingthorpe to see who had the legs over a 2-mile sprint.In Part 1 (Ducati Panigale vs. Porsche GT2 RS at the 1/4 mile) the Ducati ripped down
Ben Spies loves a tattoo and is clearly adding to his collect with the new ones on his chest. We heard on the grapevine that the Rossi tattoo pictured below is on his left leg too...
with a fracture to his C6 vertebrae, and fears that it would leave him quadriplegic. Fortunately, as shown in the picture with his raised arm, Lascorz has recovered full sensitivity in his upper limbs. He still hasn't regained feeling in his legs
rider to win at 125, 250, 500 and MotoGP and make the crossover to SBK.Rossi has already tested the Yamaha Factory Superbike in the summer of 2010 to get some practice in after a serious fracture in his right leg in Mugello. He spent half a day
to him as he touched my leg with his shoulder and he lost the front. After the high of coming through the pack to finish second from 16th, Checa rued the missed opportunity. "What can I say about race 2? It seems like this season we are under fire from
upside-down forks.OK, so some bits look cheap. The single disc is fine for a 250, but the empty caliper mount on the opposite fork leg makes it look unfinished. And that over-large headlight doesn't help the styling – making the rest of the bike look
A COUPLE of our German counterparts have had the chance to swing a leg over the new Horex VR6 Roadster as the radical machine makes yet more steps towards production.In a world where every new motorcycle company seems hell-bent on creating electric
, with Sills riding one way and then Hunter riding the return leg.At the North West 200 this year, Martin Jessop went through the speedtrap at 208mph on his Ducati 1198 race bike.
as coming off their machines. Spence was seen by a TM who reported him OK while Gantner was transferred to Nobles with a leg injury and Mercer was seen by a medic for a hand injury.
tyres. Gulp.I think Ian Hutchinson was equally nervous. Not only did he have an external fixator cage on his still-broken left, lower leg, it was also only covered up by a piece of fabric and his left foot encased in nothing more than a DC skate shoe
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