A LAMBORGHINI Murcielago has spun straight into a BMW Motorrad dealer near Monza destroying a whole row of brand new bikes parked outside.The line-up of destruction included examples of the new C650 scooter, G650GS and Sertao and what appears
on the grid to finish sixth with an injured foot.One of the great moments for me was the thrilling last lap battle between Scott Redding and Marc Marquez for second position on the intermediate class podium.Marquez was quicker on the straight and able to pass
and ending the lap with the ultra-fast curved Brabham straight that makes up the start/finsh.
A BIKER from Leeds has been banned after being caught pulling a 103mph wheelie.Lukasz Wisniewski, 26, of Firth Avenue, Leeds, was filmed by police pulling the stunt on the A63 near Selby, in June of this year.Wisniewski rode straight past a clearly
in your path as you entered what was the old start finish straight.These days it has been totally transformed into a brilliant, well kept facility with friendly people in charge. Unfortunately, due to the nasty noise police, bike days are fewer than before
is tough. There is really no spot to rest or a long straight."In his debut season in MotoGP Bradl has put in some impressive performances, with the highlight coming at Le Mans with a fifth place finish in the wet.
came on the straight for the first time, I just had a huge smile.'Smith's was a regular frontrunner during his two 125cc seasons with the benchmark Aspar team in 2009 and 2010, finishing runner-up to team-mate Julian Simon in '09.In Moto2 with Tech 3
was inevitable.The engine died in the outside lane. Quickly realising what’d happened I whipped in the clutch, indicated left and got into my best racing tuck on the hard shoulder. I managed to freewheel straight to the next exit, over the roundabout and onto
.The majority of riders went straight through for a second lap and Martin improved slightly to 128.866mph although Hillier was slower at 127.165mph. Michael Dunlop improved his pace to 127.546mph and McGuinness was the first to break the 130mph barrier this week
DORNA has announced changes to MotoGP qualifying in 2013, a move that will give privateer teams more TV coverage and therefore sets out to encourage more CRT teams into the sport.MotoGP's tiered qualifying is less straight forward than that in F1
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