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17 July 2016

Marquez claims Sachsenring seventh

Marc Marquez won in the wet by 9.8s at the German GP after timing his tyre swap to perfection, ahead of Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso.  Conditions had looked to be improving after the Moto2 World Championship race, but brief showers of heavy rain hit the Sachsenring as Mot

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16 July 2016

Marquez claims pole, Barbera shines and Lorenzo crashes

Last round winner Aussie Jack Miller put in a solid performance to claim 16th position on the grid for tonight’s Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland, but for the rest of the field the  surprises hardly stopped. Jorge Lorenzo (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) made it into the Q2 session by

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16 July 2016

Jack Miller realistic about his chances this weekend

Jack Miller is preparing for the German Grand Prix with the confidence of becoming a MotoGP race winner with his victory in the Dutch TT two weeks ago. Miller become only the 12th Australian to win in the premier class and first rider to notch victories in both Moto3 and MotoGP.

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15 July 2016

Brayden Elliott in the points in maiden Laguna Seca appearance

Brayden Elliott has secured back to back points scoring rounds in the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship following his latest outing with ADR Motorsports at the World famous Laguna Seca circuit, Elliott’s first time on the track. Coming away with points from a further t

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11 July 2016

Sykes Wins As Rea Retires In Race Two

A halted and restarted second FIM Superbike World Championship race at Laguna Seca was won by Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) after the first attempted running got red flagged. The restart made 21-laps of the intense 3.619km circuit in central California. A final podium battle

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10 July 2016

Rea From Sykes In Race One

Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team) won his first ever race at Laguna Seca after a 25-lap contest with his team-mate Tom Sykes, who eventually finished 0.819 seconds behind. In third place Nicky Hayden (Honda World Superbike Team) held off a final corner attempted pass from his

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10 July 2016

Sykes Again The Superpole Master

Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) once again proved the fastest Superpole runner, taking his 37th career pole position and his seventh of the season with a lap of 1’22.155. In his latest pre-race triumph Sykes was 0.055 seconds ahead of his team-mate Jonathan Rea, and 0.324 sec

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06 July 2016

Anthony West in Australian Supermoto Championship

Speaking from Japan where Anthony West is contesting the Asian Road Racing Championship, Anthony shared how he’s feeling about lining up alongside some of the world’s best. "I am really looking forward to returning to the MakoTrac International Racetrack,” he said.

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04 July 2016

TOWNLEY TO MISS REMAINING MXGP SEASON

Team Suzuki World MXGP’s Ben Townley will be out of action for the last six rounds of the 2016 FIM Motocross World Championship after suffering a crash while testing earlier this week that required a hospital visit for internal injuries. The luckless New Zealander went down

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04 July 2016

Remy Adds IDM To Moto2 World Championship Duties

In addition to contesting the Moto2 World Championship with Tasca Scuderia Racing, Remy Gardner will also take to the track with Yamaha in the IDM Superbike series in the Superstock 1000cc category, beginning at the next round at Zolder. The deal, which links Remy to the Yamaha

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02 July 2016

Davies Puts Front Foot Forward

Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing Ducati) did not set any records in the recent Dorna tests at Misano but he did find something that he and his team have been trying to find for some time – front end feel Not a bad thing to find as the undulating and chassis-critical Laguna Seca ci

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28 June 2016

Rennie Scaysbrook takes Pikes Peak Rookie of the Year Award

After blitzing the field to qualify fastest in the motorcycle division of the 100th running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Ex-AMCN staffer Rennie Scaysbrook was hot favourite for the race itself on Sunday. After the first two sections of the climb, he held a six seco