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Fridays Action At Silverstone Sees Checa The Early Leader

Friday's Action At Silverstone Sees Checa The Early Leader

2 hi-def photos  30 July 2011, 14:06
Two Ducati bikes slotted in at the top of the timesheets following Friday's first qualifying at the new-look Silverstone circuit. On a track that is more suitable on paper to four-cylinder power, points leader Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati) led the way with a time of 2 minutes 05.477 seconds, four-tenths quicker than the surprise of the day, the young Frenchman Maxime Berger (Supersonic Racing Team Ducati).
Haslam Holds Off Record Breaker Biaggi At Monza Free Practice

Haslam Holds Off Record Breaker Biaggi At Monza Free Practice

2 hi-def photos  06 May 2011, 19:30
Leon Haslam (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) snatched the top slot in the first qualifying session from local hero and double 2010 race winner Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia), despite Biaggi setting a new all-time best top speed of 332.5 km/h this afternoon
Biaggi On Song At Classic Donington Circuit

Biaggi On Song At Classic Donington Circuit

2 hi-def photos  26 March 2011, 08:57
Max Biaggi (Aprilia Alitalia) scorched round the new-look Donington Park circuit in a blistering time of 1 minute 28.794 seconds to head off a challenge from Marco Melandri (Yamaha World Superbike) as the Superbike riders concluded their first qualifying session.
The Life Of Londons Ace Cafe Detailed In Ace Times Book

The Life Of London's Ace Cafe Detailed In "Ace Times" Book

1 hi-def photos  16 September 2010, 10:23
The book "Ace Times, speed thrills and tea spills,a cafe and a culture" relates and illustrates the definitive history of London's Ace Cafe, a roadside pull-in that opened in 1938 and became the most famous haunt of the motorcycle riding "Ton-up kids" in the 50s and the Rockers in the 60s. The book also tells the story of other venues and cafes, like the 59club, the Busy Bee and others elsewhere around the country.
Hutchinson Pace Setting Again at TT But Donald Closing

Hutchinson Pace Setting Again at TT But Donald Closing

1 hi-def photos  02 June 2010, 09:55
Just as the weathermen predicted, heavy morning rain and fog dispersed as Tuesday wore on and by 5pm, the majority of the Isle of Man was blessed with bright sun and clear blue skies, ideal weather for the second official practice session of the 2010 Isle of Man TT Races fuelled by Monster Energy. However, the rain that had fallen for much of the night and morning meant that, whilst most of the course was dry, damp patches did remain, particularly under the trees and riders were warned to be cautious with the track particularly wet at Ramsey Hairpin. Visibility was good all round the Mountain Course although riders also needed to be vigilant with the evening sun.
American Teenage Dream

American Teenage Dream

25 August 2009, 23:52
The British teenage 125 trio of Bradley Smith, Scott Redding and Danny Webb live their American dream when they fly into Indianapolis for the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix on Sunday. It’s also a crucial weekend for Yorkshireman James Toseland who not only competes in round 12 of the MotoGP World Championship but also hopes to discover his future in the Championship.
Guintoli Returns to Challenge Confident Camier

Guintoli Returns to Challenge Confident Camier

24 August 2009, 20:52
Leon Camier expects to continue his charge towards the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship in association with Pirelli in the August Bank Holiday Monday tenth round at Cadwell Park but the Airwaves Yamaha rider is being promised a challenging time by the returning force of Sylvain Guintoli.
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