.com, alleges Stoner said he'd 'slam other riders into the wall' if they persisted in mucking up the Ducati rider's qualifying laps.In a post-qualifying session interview for the weekend's Catalunya GP, Stoner is alleged to have made the threat saying: “It
PRINCES WILLIAM and Harry have come under fire after the two royals managed to raise just £1,500 each for their motorbike charity ride - Enduro Africa. The sum has come under fire after the rest of the riders taking part in the motorcycle adventure managed to raise an average of...
JEREMY VINE and Radio 2 are currently giving the public the chance to vote one of eight categories of road user off the roads.Listeners can choose between a desire to persecute caravans, lorries, horses, bicycles, 4x4s, tractors, white vans or motorcycles."Whoever 'wins' the vote...
A WELSH Liberal Democrat MP has launched his submission to the Transport Select Committee’s inquiry into the new motorcycle test at the party's conference in Bournemouth.Mark Williams, Member of Parliament for Ceredigion, claims the new testing system has been badly conceived, as...
DUCATI MAN Nicky Hayden has spoken out after his 170mph clash with Alex de Angelis at Estoril.De Angelis was already in Hayden's bad books after he punted off the American, along with fellow countryman Colin Edwards, at the first corner at Misano just a few weeks ago. But unlike ...
MOTOGP ROOKIE Hiroshi Aoyama has criticised the cuts in pre-season MotoGP testing, which restricts the time riders can spend on the 800cc machines prior to the 2010 championship start. The reigning 250cc World Champion told Motosprint magazine that he believes the decision is unf...
FORMER MOTOGP World Champion Casey Stoner has spoken out over the death of Shoya Tomizawa - the popular Japanese racer killed in a crash at Misano during last weekend's Moto2 event.Tomizawa, 19, died from multiple head and internal injuries after being struck by two bikes followi...
THE PETITION against road pricing, set up by Shropshire ABD member Peter Roberts on the Prime Minister's website, has now been signed by over 600,000 people, dwarfing all other petitions. Prime Minister Tony Blair has previously stated that "Doing nothing is not an option. Doing ...
ACCORDING TO an article in today's Daily Telegraph, Britain's road users are paying four times more in speeding fines than when Labour came to power. According to the Conservative party the statistics show that in 2006 1,773,412 were issued, netting the Government almost £200 per...
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