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BMW Recall of certain 2006-2010 BMW X3 2.5i, X3 3.0i and X3 xDrive30i Sports Activity Vehicles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 13, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Front Passenger Seat Occupant Detection Mat Defect Should the system fail, in the event of a crash, the front passenger air bag would be deactivated, increasing the risk of personal injury. NHTSA Campaign Number: 17V605000 Manufacturer: BMW of North America, LLC Components: AIR BAGS Potential Number of Units Affected: 85,302 ...

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Hartley named as Gasly stand-in at Toro Rosso for United States GP

Brendon Hartley will stand-in for Pierre Gasly for the United States Grand Prix at Toro Rosso with the French driver set to contest the Super Formula season finale. Hartley, who currently races in the World Endurance Championship with Porsche, tested for the Italian squad in 2009 and will make his F1 debut at the Circuit of the Americas after being ...

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Byrne in charge at Brands Hatch

Shane Byrne has held on to top spot in the second free practice session at Brands Hatch ahead of the 2017 MCE British Superbike championship decider with McAMS Yamaha rider Michael Laverty sneaking ahead of points leader Leon Haslam in the top three. The defending BSB champion needs to overturn a 33-point deficit on Haslam in the three-race finale at ...

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Smith on KTM upgrades: ‘some positives, no negatives’

Bradley Smith was giving little away when pushed on which new components he was using at Motegi, after the Englishman ended the first day of free practice 17th fastest. The Englishman confirmed he was running “new parts” but was unable to expand, instead stating that they gave him better traction in the wet conditions. It was an eventful day in ...

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On Two Wheels: Harley Street Glide Special & Indian Chieftain Dark Horse—Chasing the Eclipse

Videos Touring from Casper, Wyoming, to Los Angeles on two hot slices of American iron. In this episode of OTW, Ari and Zack cross two big to-dos off their bucket lists: Viewing a total solar eclipse and touring the American heartland on American V-twins. Motorcyclist

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2018 Junior WRC takes shape

Next year’s Junior World Rally Championship will feature five rounds, a double-header finale and a return to snow, initial plans have revealed. Down from six events in 2017, next year’s proposed calendar features rounds in Sweden, Corsica, Portugal, Finland and Turkey.  It is a selection designed to challenge the latest crop of candidates, aged 29 or under, on every surface ...

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MotoGP Motegi: ‘We’re in trouble’ says struggling Rossi

Nine-time world champion Valentino Rossi has admitted he is in a little bit of pain after two MotoGP free practice sessions at Motegi and has struggled to find at rear grip in the wet conditions. The Doctor, and team-mate Maverick Vinales, had hoped to make some progress with the wet setup and electronics on the factory M1 but the pair ...

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Matt Kenseth … the school bus driver?

Still not worried about what his future holds in 2018, Monster Energy Series Playoff driver Matt Kenseth joked about having a career change in mind.

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Stenhouse talks about brand new No. 17 for Talladega

After winning the past two restrictor-plate races this season, Monster Energy Series Playoff driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will be racing brand new No. 17 Ford at Talladega.

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Briscoe on Talladega: It’s ‘nerve-wracking’ and ‘scary’

Camping World Truck Series Playoff driver Chase Briscoe admitted that he’s “not going to sit here and be all tough” because Talladega Superspeedway is a scary place to race.

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