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08 May 2017

Viñales and Marquez split by only 0.002 in the post-race Jerez Test

After Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda Team) took his first win of the year on Sunday, bikes were back out on track the following day for the Jerez Test – the first post-race test of the year. The tyre allocation for the test was the same as available throughout the weekend, plus an

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08 May 2017

Miller fined for Spanish GP stoush

Australia’s Jack Miller (MarcVDS Honda) was fined €1000 ($1483) for shoving Álvaro Bautista (Aspar Racing Team) and kicking his bike after being taken out of the opening laps of the Spanish Grand Prix last night. The Aussie had shown good pace all weekend, finishing fourth

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07 May 2017

Stunning win for Dani Pedrosa

and a first podium for Lorenzo at Ducati

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07 May 2017

Remy Gardner finishes 22nd in Spanish GP

The first European Moto2 race of the season, the Spanish GP at Jerez, saw Tech 3 Yamaha's Remy Gardner return to racing action after the Argentine GP less than a month ago that saw him suffer a broken leg through no fault of his own. With screws and a plate still in place in his

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07 May 2017

SPANISH GP - JEREZ DAY TWO NEWS

SPANISH GP - JEREZ  DAY TWO NEWS - Dani Pedrosa’s first pole position since Malaysia in 2015 tasted especially sweet. Not only did it underline his strong start to the season, his comfort with the 2017 Repsol Honda, and his return to front-row positions. It came at the expense

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06 May 2017

Aussie Davo Johnson to lead 2017 TT!

Changes announced at the Isle of Man TT launch event will see Australia’s David Davo Johnson (Norton) first off the line during both the Superbike TT and the event’s blue-riband Senior TT. It’s a role 23-time Isle of Man winner John McGuinness (Honda Racing) has filled ev

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06 May 2017

British speedway season is go!

The 2017 British speedway season will burst into life soon with the usual contingent of Australian riders spread across the teams in all three tiers of competition. There’s been a shake-up in teams, naming of the leagues, and even the venues, with one of the series’ longest

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06 May 2017

New name, venue for Oz Safari

The Sunraysia Safari Rally will pick up where the Australasian Safari left off with a four-leg off-road race slated for 16-19 August this year in Victoria. Held in the Mildura, Wentworth and Pooncarie regions, the course will take in a variety of terrain using public roads and t

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06 May 2017

NEWS AND PRACTICE FROM DAY 1 at JEREZ

Iffy weather caused several crashes on the first day at Jerez, with the track still sporting a couple of damp patches in the afternoon, after a wet morning session. But while Maverick Vinales was one of two MotoGP riders to pay the price, Dani Pedrosa made hay on a track where

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04 May 2017

Gardiner opens her FIM Enduro European Championship account with a double win in Portugal

Australian enduro rider Jess Gardiner made her debut outing last weekend in the FIM Enduro European Championship at Gouveia in Portugal, which saw her stamping her authority on the championship by snaring overall wins on both days. While it was Gardiner’s first ever race in

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04 May 2017

Glenn Scott continues to build at "The Cathedral of Speed"

Central Coast’s own Glenn Scott, has continued his world championship campaign at one of the oldest tracks on the calendar, the TT Circuit Assen, in the Netherlands. The weekend was nothing short of eventful but Scott managed to hold his head high whilst improving and pushing t

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04 May 2017

Red Bull Honda’s Split Decision

The Red Bull Honda WorldSBK team arrived in Assen after some tests at Motorland Aragon and Portimao, with a new spec engine for Stefan Bradl but the same set-up as the most recent Motorland Aragon race for Nicky Hayden. The team technical manager, Pieter Breddels, explained the