Predicting MotoGP is easy, my choices are Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani PedrosaI'd love to see Valentino Rossi in there but I'm not too sure whether the bike will be up to it and it's very difficult to say whether he is up for it. He's 33 years old now and I think there ar...
FANCY AN EVENING in the company of World Superbike star James Toseland?BBC MotoGP presenter Steve Parrish is hosting a fun-packed, ticket-only evening at The Queen Adelaide, Croydon Village, Cambridgeshire, on Thursday 16th December
I'm at Silverstone for the British MotoGP and Steve Parrish spoke to us all about his predictions for the podium.Parrish has gone for Stoner, Lorenzo and Pedrosa to take the top three spots and spray the bubbly at the end of the race.Not too sure
and its future.Sheene's lifelong buddy, Steve Parrish, unveiled the painting ahead of this weekend's MotoGP action, regaling the audience with many stories of the legend's life, including the infamous 'V-sign' battle with Kenny Roberts in 1979.
and ex riders that get together to take the mick while exchanging gossip from the past and present. Steve Parrish made it to this one complete with humping Reindeer jumper and was on form as usual. Unbeknown to me I sat throughout the entire
If I’d have thought about it for any length of time I would’ve realized it was a really bad idea. Ex bike and truck racer, and now BBC commentator Steve Parrish is a legendary practical joker, from simple classics like filling the toe end of some
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VISORDOWN'S MOTOGP insider has called in this morning with the news that the Australian half of BBC's MotoGP commentary team, Charlie Cox, is quitting the show.It's alleged the portly commentator is returning to Australia to front the country's weekly Top Gear programme.The news ...
with the corporation.Cox has endured a mixed reception from British viewers, receiving stiff criticism from many for the Aussie's limp commentary style.The BBC have yet to announce whether Steve 'Stavros' Parrish will remain on the show, or who'll replace the pair
recently and as well as the band playing I was doing the odd pillion in a million rides for some punters and all that.Steve Parrish has this loudhailer that sounds just like the PA does - and he's on it all weekend. Simon Buckmaster, the Honda bike race
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