Round eight of the thrilling 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship takes place at Cadwell Park this weekend when the biggest crowd of the season is set to descend on the Lincolnshire venue whereby the Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team are hoping to return to winning ways.
After two years away from the sport, Cumbrian rally driver Paul Bird returned to the forest stages in style when he took a superb podium finish on today’s Grampian Forest Rally.
If you live near a main road or motorway, you’ll be familiar with the noise pollution that inevitably accompanies a busy road. But, have you thought about the air pollution?
Michael Cox, Auto Express reports:
A charity basketball tournament is to launch in memory of local London basketball player George Goldstone, a champion of the sport who sadly passed away a year ago due to cancer, aged 32.
Electrics cars have come a long way, with the efficiency and technology advancing at an incredible pace. Sir Richard Branson has played a key part in this development and has begun paving the way to a quieter and cleaner future for cars.
Harriet Alexander, The Telegraph, reports:
The number of traffic officers has fallen by a third in ten years. This has raised concerns over how UK roads will be kept safe, with fewer officers to police the roads.
The Daily Mail reports:
Round seven of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship proved challenging for Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team riders Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin who couldn’t muster a podium between them but at least Byrne retained the series lead following the action at Thruxton.
Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team duo Shane Byrne and Glenn Irwin had a tough afternoon at Thruxton today when they qualified in fifth and 20th place respectively for this weekend’s seventh round of the 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship at Thruxton.
The government has announced a wide-reaching set of initiatives designed to control pollution generated by cars in Britain.
Ed Wiseman, Yahoo! News, reports:
The 2017 MCE British Superbike Championship heads for the fastest circuit on the calendar this weekend when Thruxton hosts round seven of the series where Be Wiser Ducati Racing Team riders Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Glenn Irwin hope to be at the business end of the action.