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24 May 2018

Tasmania’s Inter Club Championships

Five women took part as Symmons Plains hosted Round 1 of the 2018 Tasmanian Motor Cycle Club Championships and Round 2 of Tasmania’s Inter Club Championships. The outstanding rider was Liz Thompson, having her first ride in the Clubmans class. The sales and spare-parts represe

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24 May 2018

Marquez to test a Formula 1 car

The Red Bull Ring hosts as the six-time World Champion prepares to get behind the wheel of a Toro Rosso

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24 May 2018

2018 ISDE Teams Announced

The Australian Teams announced for the Six Day Enduro Championship (ISDE) held in Viña del Mar, Chile on November 12-17

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23 May 2018

Jack Miller looking good for GP 19

Jack Miller is among the favourites to replace Lorenzo if the Spaniard doesn’t renew his factory contract

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20 May 2018

Marquez wins at Le Mans

The Championship leader matches Stoner's premier class win record with victory in Le Mans

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20 May 2018

Impressive fourth place for Jack Miller

Jack Miller (Alma Pramac Racing) impressed once again at the HJC Helmets Grand Prix de France, the Australian crossed the line in fourth to earn his eighth consecutive top ten finish and at the same time, equaled his best result of the year in P4. Miller, who l

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20 May 2018

KTM’s expected reverse-crank engine

KTM’s expected reverse-crank engine will not be seen until after the summer break, according to sources close to the team. Although it has not been officially admitted, the backward-spinning crank in the otherwise similar V4 engine was the biggest difference in Mika Kallio

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20 May 2018

The second factory Ducati seat goes to....

The second factory Ducati seat remains hot property, with Jorge Lorenzo’s tenure looking no less shaky after the mediocre start to his second season. [caption id="attachment_29044" align="alignnone" width="900"] Lorenzo, French MotoGP 2018[/caption] Most problematic might

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20 May 2018

81 crashes during two days of practice at Le Mans

Was this a new dry-weather record? There were an impressive 81 crashes during two days of practice at Le Mans, with the explanation difficult to find. The Bugatti circuit was in excellent condition, fully resurfaced last year, and the sun shone throughout. Only a cool wind cou

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20 May 2018

Early move to MotoGP for Joan Mir?

A new rumour surfaced on Friday at Le Mans, for the second factory Suzuki seat alongside Alex Rins … that the place is earmarked for his highly fancied Spanish compatriot Joan Mir. Already Moto3 champion and so far easily top rookie in Moto2, the 20-year-old from Majorca is

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19 May 2018

Johan Zarco first French rider to take pole at his home GP since 1988

Johan Zarco became the first French rider to take pole at his home GP since Christian Sarron in 1988, with a fully abandoned lap where the usually super-smooth Yamaha rider twice lost the rear in just a few yards. His time of 1’31.185 was a new outright track record, and put

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19 May 2018

Marquez: “We have decided to play our Joker”

The stop-and-go nature of Le Mans brought out the wings – in particular a new set from Honda, very similar to the pointed loop favoured by Yamaha, and in the same way sailing close to the wind. The deliberately vague regulations forbid sharp edges, but these units are very simi