FIM Cross-Country Rallies Championship, round 3Atacama RallySeptember 1st-7th, 2019 Pablo Quintanilla (Husqvarna) had not raced for eight months since seriously injuring his ankle on the Dakar Rally. But, racing in his desert, the Chilean came back stronger than ever and crossed the finish line as the winner of the Atacama
Steven Odendaal made his second appearance of the season in the Metzler supported SA Superbike series and took another pair of wins at a windy East London Grand Prix Circuit. In the SuperSport category Jared Schultz (ASAP World/FFC/Brown Property Yamaha R6) and Kewyn Snyman (Hillbilly Racing Team/CGR Yamaha R6) shared
Series leader Jonathan Rea was denied a treble at the Portugal World Superbike Championship round as Spanish rival Alvaro Bautista won race two on Sunday. Having won Saturday’s 20-lap opener and Sunday’s Superpole sprint race Rea came in second behind his nearest challenger but heads the standings by 91 points.
Andrew Irwin has missed out on a place in the British Superbike Championship’s end-of-season Top Six Showdown after being banned from competing in the second of three races at Oulton Park. The Carrickfergus rider was penalised by race organisers after re-mounting and finishing his lap after crashing contrary to rules
When Melissa Kennedy became the first female rider to win an Irish National road race at Killalane last weekend, among those enjoying her victory most were two of her regular rivals in the Moto3 class. Kennedy’s boyfriend Gary Dunlop, son of late road racing legend Joey, finished third at the
Bradley Ray and Buildbase Suzuki scored their first Bennetts British Superbike Championship podium of the season last weekend at Oulton Park and are now feeling confident of turning their season around over the final three rounds. Ray had qualified on the front row of the grid at Cadwell Park but
In what has been an injury-hit season for Leon Camier, the British star will miss another round. However, Japanese rider Takumi Takahashi will fill his boots in Portugal! The Moriwaki Althea Honda Team challenge welcomes the return of Takumi Takahashi at Portimao, as he replaces Leon Camier, with the British
Petronas Yamaha SRT rider tops Day 2 by over four-tenths as he finishes fastest from Petrucci and teammate Morbidelli Day 1 pacesetter Fabio Quartararo (Petronas Yamaha SRT) kept his place at the top of the timesheets at the end of Day 2 thanks to a scintillating 1:31.639, just 0.010 off