, it is a pleasure to welcome Mobil to the paddock, as the oil giant has signed on to sponsor the JiR Moto2 team. For the 2012 season, the JiR Moto2 line-up will be all-new with former 125GP title contender Johann Zarco joined by Brazilian Grand Prix rookie
A ROAD safety partnership in Suffolk has defended its tactics after the number of road users caught speeding at one of the partnership's mobile camera locations rose from 21 to more than 1,400 in the space of a year.The data, from a location
From the man who brought you the world's longest motorcycle, this is the world's fastest mobility scooter. They should be standard issue to anyone over 70.
NORTH WALES Police are to use images captured on speed cameras to help prosecute motorists who use mobile phones while driving. A senior traffic officer revealed the All Wales Safety Camera Partnership is preparing to upgrade their computers
PLANS ARE UNDERWAY in the USA to prevent the ever-increasing problem of drivers using their mobile phones while on the move, which include a new, hi-tech scrambling system that could disable mobiles while in a moving vehicle."I think it will be done
This steam powered motorcycle (not a bicycle, 'cos it don't have no pedals), could be perfect for you if you like a brew at short notice on your Sunday ride.Built in 1894, it's about to be auctioned and is expected to reach a world record price (for a kettle). It uses a coal furn...
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to download and make a refreshing change to the usual crap you hear blurting out fom most people's mobiles.To download them go to:Honda.comOr to hear a sample go to Ring-a-ding-a-ding-ding
THINKING ABOUT touring in Ireland? Then best keep 'em peeled, as network of privatised mobile speed enforcement cameras begins operating today.The new mobile camera system, using clearly marked vans, is set to periodically patrol around 600
SURREY POLICE have released details of the excuses given to their officers by drivers caught using their mobile phones at the wheel, in an attempt to raise awareness of the problem and to highlight the confused attitude of some road users
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