Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne will head up the second row of the grid for tomorrow’s opening MCE British Superbike Championship race at Knockhill after the Be Wiser Ducati rider posted the fourth quickest time during today’s Datatag Extreme Qualifying session.
Road signs are there for a reason, perhaps warning of limited access, no U-turns or pedestrians. And while Satnavs are often a lifesaver – they aren’t the always the best at making drivers aware of potential issues such as these, especially if they’re not up to date.
The opening day of round four of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship at Knockhill saw mixed fortunes for the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team and Paul Bird’s riders Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Glenn Irwin.
Are you confident that you’re fitting your child’s car seat properly? Well, perhaps you might want to check it again as The Daily Mail Reports that 6 of 7 car seats are fitted poorly!
Ray Massey, The Daily Mail, reports:
After a seven-week break, the battle for the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship resumes this weekend with round four taking place at Knockhill where both Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Glenn Irwin are looking to carry on where they left off.
Whether you have just got your license or you're a seasoned driver who's been on the road for years, you probably consider yourself aware of the rules of the road – but are there a few you’ve been unwittingly breaking?
Ashleigh David, The Mail Online, reports:
It’s illegal to use your mobile phone whilst driving unless it is handsfree. However, despite being legal to use while driving, research has shown that using a handsfree device will still delay reaction times behind the wheel.
Victoria Allen, The Daily Mail, reports:
Unfortunately, rage road remains a problem on British roads. Whilst being on the receiving end is intimidating and no doubt infuriating, it’s important to be able to take it down a gear and take the higher road.
Lucy Taylor, MSN news, reports:
We’re a nation of dog lovers, there’s no doubt about it, and this often results in our four-legged friends hopping into our cars to join us on our next adventure. But do you strap them in, or let them roam free?
Rob Hull, The Mail Online, reports:
Imagine you’ve just cleaned your car, and you’re proud of the gleaming paintwork glistening in the sun. No sooner have you packed everything away than a bird leaves you a present!
Andy Goodwin, MSN cars, reports: