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08 July 2020

ENDURO LEGEND TADDY BLAZUSIAK TEAMS UP WITH GASGAS

Multi-time Erzbergrodeo, Endurocross and Superenduro Champion to lead GasGas into enduro competition

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30 June 2020

MXGP VETERAN TONY CAIROLI AND RED BULL KTM REMAIN TOGETHER FOR 2021

Cairoli and Red Bull KTM to chase more victories together in 2021 MXGP

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26 June 2020

GENTLEMAN JOHN: JOHN WOODLEY

John Woodley was close to being thrust into the limelight in the 1970s – until he hit a cast iron fire hydrant on his RG500

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25 June 2020

PETRUCCI HEADS TO KTM FOR 2021

KTM unveils 2021 rider line-up

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17 June 2020

ASBK CHAMPIONSHIP RESTART AT THE ISLAND

The Australian Superbike Championship will resume at Phillip Island on 25 July

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09 June 2020

RED HEART RACING: TATTS FINKE DESERT RACE 2016

In 2016 Toby Price attempted to become the first competitor to win on two and four wheels? Did AMCN's correspondent Tuffy just finish?

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29 May 2020

2020 AUSTRALIAN MOTORCYCLE GRAND PRIX CANCELLED

The Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC) in conjunction with Dorna Sports today announced the cancellation of the 2020 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix

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28 May 2020

KTM BACK ON TRACK AT RED BULL RING IN PRIVATE MOTOGP TEST

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing complete two-day private test around the Red Bull Ring in Austria

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27 May 2020

MILLER SIGNS ON WITH FACTORY DUCATI TEAM FOR 2021

Jack Miller to become official rider of the Ducati Team for the 2021 MotoGP season

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24 May 2020

ELIAS AND SUZUKI SET FOR SUPERBIKE RETURN

Toni Elias and new teammate Bobby Fong will return to the racetrack next weekend on their M4 ECSTAR GSX-R1000 Suzukis for the start of the 2020 MotoAmerica AMA Superbike series

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18 May 2020

FREDDIE SPENCER'S 1985 HONDA NSR500

In 1985, Freddie Spencer rewrote the record books by winning the 250cc and 500cc grand prix titles in one season. Back in 2015, Freddie talked us through the trials behind the triumph

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18 May 2020

FABULOUS: FABIO QUARTARARO

There is one big thing that separates Fabio Quartararo from MotoGP’s other recent rookie revelations Marc Marquez, Maverick Viñales, Johann Zarco and Alex Rins. Those four all arrived in the premier class riding an impressive upward curve: winning in 125s or Moto3, then winnin