The Be Wiser Ducati team of Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin will line up on the first and second rows for tomorrow’s opening MCE British Superbike Championship race at round three at Oulton Park after qualifying in pole pos
Whether you’ve been driving the same car for a number of years, or about to get a new set of keys to a four-wheeled friend, it’s likely you have named your car.
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Summer is fast approaching, and that means many of us will be turning out backs on the 9 til 5 to escape, temporarily, from the daily grind.
Oulton Park is the venue for round three of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship this bank holiday weekend with Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team riders Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Glenn Irwin still after their first wins of the season.
Speed bumps are a familiar part of everyday life when driving along British roads. They aim to reduce driver’s speed by forcing them to take their time over each and every bump. But what if their negative attributes outweigh their positives?
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Star Wars fans rejoice! Nissan has perhaps produced your dream car!
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Sadly, we’re not expecting tank-like Qashqais any time soon, but do take a moment to enjoy the lunacy of a go-anywhere, tracked Nissan Rogue (think X-Trail for the US).
The 2017 Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup gets underway this forthcoming weekend with Lake District-born Frank Bird looking to make an impression from the start.
Knowing exactly what is included on your licence and how much you can legally tow is hugely important. Not only to stay safe, but to avoid risking a fine of as much as £1,000, and three to six points on your licence!
David Motton, The Telegraph, reports
The Penrith-based Be Wiser Ducati team endured mixed fortunes at round two of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch this Easter weekend, with both Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin taking strong finishes in the first race before suffering near identical crashes in the second.
A record crowd of 10,817 flocked to LINGFIELD PARK on Good Friday for the fourth annual All-Weather Championships Finals – and the seven races on the Polytrack circuit certainly didn’t disappoint.