the injured joint, but chose not to go along with an operation as it would have meant a six week lay off.The Grand Prix of Turkey is round three in the MotoGP World Championship and the 5.3km long Istanbul Park circuit is one of the most demanding
forward in Turkey.Barros' team mate Alex Hofmann finished 9th, a position he could only dream about last year. The Pramac team have made huge strides this year, and though unlikely to win races, look like being in contention for the top 10 almost every
as a possible replacement for the Japanese round is the Istanbul Park in Turkey, which saw some exciting racing the three years that the series visited the track; with Marco Melandri winning in 2005 and 2006 and Casey Stoner taking the honours in 2007
BEHIND the scenes footage of the new James Bond film Skyfall shows a stuntman dashing across the rooftops of Istanbul aboard a motorbike.The shoot in Turkey has not been without drama, as a stuntman crashed a motorbike through the window of a 330
Check out this advert for KTM Turkey, it's classic. Designed by DDB&Co it won a Bronze award in the Kristal Elma 2009 advertising awards. I guess, to off-road riders, our roads our just the nasty bits by the verge. Nice one, great ad!
GP at Istanbul Park, Turkey. It was later confirmed that the race would go ahead at Motegi in October.The circuit at Motegi was damaged as a result of the earthquake and some of the grandstands became unsafe to use.It is still not known whether Rossi and Ducati
THE 2013 World Superbikes calendar has been made official, with final confirmation that a Turkish round will be included for the first time this season. A 'TBA' slot on the provisional calendar has been strongly linked with a Turkey - Istanbul Park
to Geiranger, Norway5. Trabzon to Savsat, Eastern Turkey6. Furka Pass, between Gletsch and Andermatt, Switzerland7. A2, the Antrim coast road, Northern Ireland8. Bar in Montenegro to Sarajevo in Bosnia9. Saranda to Vlora, Albania10. Cabo de Gata to Granada
looked at closely by several companies interested in developing the ideas to a working prototype. It is going on display as part of an exhibit called Primordial in Istanbul, Turkey.It should be pretty easy to keep clean!
it needs a bit of a mix-up. If Robin and I were in charge at Dorna, then this would be what the revised 2012 MotoGP calendar would look like.We've started the season by replacing Losail, Qatar with Istanbul, Turkey. The night thing has lost its shine
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