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Tony Stewart Big Crash | NZ Sprintcars – Palmerston North 2017

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2008 Kansas IndyCar 300

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Formula 1 'grid girls' under review – have your say in our vote

Formula 1’s new owners are looking into whether the sport should continue to use ‘grid girls’. Ross Brawn, F1 managing director of motorsports, said the use of female promotional models is a “delicate topic” which is “under strong review”. “We’re trying to respect all parties,” Brawn told BBC Radio 5 live. “There’s a lot of people respect the tradition of ...

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Badovini, De Rosa sign for newly-formed MV Agusta by Vamag team

Former WorldSBK stars Ayrton Badovini and Raffaele De Rosa have signed to ride for an MV Agusta WorldSSP squad that has come about with the merger of the works and satellite teams. The Reparto Corse outfit, which ran PJ Jacobsen this year, has pulled together with Vamag – who signed Roby Rolfo and latterly Lorenzo Zanetti – to create the ...

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MotoGP rivals back Suzuki concessions

Having failed to claim a MotoGP podium this season, Suzuki will regain technical concessions in 2018. The factory lost the right to unlimited testing, 9 instead of 7 engine changes and exemption from the engine development freeze after Maverick Vinales claimed four podiums during 2016. That put Suzuki on a par with Honda, Ducati and Yamaha – leaving only Aprilia ...

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BJR undergoing off-season car builds 

Work being carried out on Nick Percat’s Holden Brad Jones Racing has confirmed plans to build up new cars for two of its three Supercars entries ahead of the 2018 season. The Albury operation is in the process of building up new chassis for Tim Slade and Nick Percat, while Tim Blanchard’s car will sport new panels courtesy of a ...

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VIDEO: Camier talks Red Bull Honda test debut

Leon Camier says he’s pleasantly surprised by the immediate feeling he had with the Red Bull Honda during the Jerez post-season test and can target the front-runners if the team solves its electronics issue which blighted its 2017 World Superbike campaign. The British rider has switched from MV Agusta to the factory-supported Honda squad in WSBK for 2018 and relished his ...

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Debate of the Day: Do racers get better with age?

At the age of 48, three-time WSBK champion Troy Bayliss will make a full-time return to motorsport in 2018 as he bids to add the Australian Superbike title to his glittering CV. Bayliss has tasted success pretty much everywhere he has raced, but it will be fascinating to see how he gets on at such a late stage in his ...

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Van Gisbergen rues costly tyre issues

Shane van Gisbergen The 2017 specification Dunlop tyres played a key role in an ultimately unsuccessful title defence, according to Shane van Gisbergen. Introduced at the start of the season in an effort to spice up the on-track action, van Gisbergen believes Dunlop’s faster rubber was a factor in the outcome of his campaign. Though his title hopes were effectively ...

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Supercars reveals plans for new digital TV show

The new Dunlop Last Lap television show Supercars has revealed plans for a new digital television series to showcase the lighter side of the championship next year. To be known as the Dunlop Last Lap, the show will be hosted by Supercars commentator Chad Neylon and comedian Damien Power, who will produced a light hearted review of the race weekend. ...

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