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Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

PLENTY OF CRASHES FOR MILLER

Jack Miller saw the funny side of having crashed three times over the two practice days – the most in the premier class, with 61 tumbles so far in tricky conditions across all three classes. His third crash was in qualifying, when “I pushed too hard, and she didn’t want

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

Marquez Matches Rossi in Number of Poles

Marc Marquez continues to break records as his remarkable career matures … and not only for surviving the greatest number of crashes.

Sport / Motogp
18 May 2019

Marquez, Petrucci and Miller on the front row at Le Mans

Wacky Le Mans weather made for exciting qualifying … but with no surprise about the name at the top. Repsol Honda rider Marc Marquez took a third pole in five races.

Gassit Garage
17 May 2019

Get her goin’ Part Six

It’s tempting to start it up now, but the front end needs attention first. Lucky we checked – the news isn’t good…

Gassit Garage / Columns
17 May 2019

Indian Speed King

An era when the US built V-twins proved indomitable

Sport / Motogp
17 May 2019

Viñales fastest in practice at Le Mans

2017 Le Mans winner Maverick Vinales made the perfect start to the French GP on a warm and mainly sunny first day of practice, slotting the Monster Yamaha into top position by almost two tenths ahead of Marc Marquez’s Repsol Honda. Vinales, his confidence boosted by his firs

 
16 May 2019

Dovi’s lack of agility

The lingering delay in Ducati solving a lack of corner speed is threatening the Desmosedici’s status as the primary threat to Honda in the MotoGP world championship. And it is not just Marquez and Honda delivering the reality check, but the emergence of Spanish speedster Alex R

Sport / Motogp
16 May 2019

Marc’s new title-winning strategy

Marc Marquez deployed his newly refined maximum attack strategy to deliver an early season warning that his campaign for a sixth MotoGP crown is on target. Marquez went into the race in third place and nine points behind Andrea Dovizioso but boldly issued a telling pre-race decla

Sport / Motogp
16 May 2019

Jorge Lorenzo resolves to stay strong

Jorge Lorenzo refuses to concede that his deep reserves of self-belief will be broken by his increasingly difficult transition to the Honda RC213V, the most potent weapon in MotoGP. A three-time MotoGP title winner Lorenzo says his champion qualities will see him rise again. B

Sport / Motogp
16 May 2019

Remy Gardner will not give up

Aussie vows to keep title fight intact after horror highside at Spanish GP

Events
16 May 2019

Classic Dirt

Classic Dirt is a laid-back event where two-strokes and twin-shocks still rule. Where you’re likely to sport a Rickman Matisse, a Penton or a Norton alongside the Maicos, Bultacos and the occasional BSA. All among the scores of classic Japanese oil burners – such as an immacu

News / Local
16 May 2019

Wakefield battles noise complaints

The New South Wales circuit of Wakefield Park will be forced to defend itself in the NSW Land and Environment Court later this year, after the council says it is exceeding noise limits imposed on the facility. The track, which generates an estimated $15 million a year for the loc