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Former team boss Shierson passes away.

Former team boss Shierson passes away. Former Champ Car team owner Doug Shierson, who fielded the well-known Domino’s Pizza sponsored entry for drivers such as Danny Sullivan and Al Unser Jr between 1982 and 1990 has lost a lengthy battle with cancer. Shierson guided Tom Gloy and Jacques Villeneuve (Uncle of 1997 F1 World Champ […]

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Preview – Laguna Seca.

Preview – Laguna Seca. As the 11-Round 2004 World Superbike Championship heads off on its seventh outing of the season the latest fight for supremacy will take place at the wondrously unique Laguna Seca circuit, just inland from the Monterey Peninsula, in Northern California. Laguna is one of the most challenging circuits imaginable, its tortuous […]

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Haga fired up for BSB at Brands.

Haga fired up for BSB at Brands. Last time he visited the British Superbike championship it was rather a warm welcome that Renegade Ducati rider Noriyuki Haga received. Desport this, and team-mate Leon Haslam’s off at Oulton Park, both will be at Brands Hatch to join the action. Team Renegade Ducati has confirmed that both […]

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GI Joe’s pondering Portland support.

GI Joe’s pondering Portland support. Long-time race sponsor GI Joe’s has refused to commit money to any Champ Car event at Portland International Raceway in 2004 until definite news of the series’ future is received. According to the local Portland Tribune newspaper, company boss Norm Daniels has said that he will not pledge money to […]

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Atkinson slips back to fifth.

Atkinson slips back to fifth. Chris Atkinson was unable to hold on to second place on Saturday during the second day of the Rally Mexico and eventually ended the day in fifth, having lost out to BP Ford duo Marcus Gronholm and Mikko Hirvonen and Citroen’s Daniel Sordo. Although the Subaru driver had no problems […]

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Massa to use tricky Brazil as warm-up for Ferrari.

Massa to use tricky Brazil as warm-up for Ferrari. Felipe Massa has admitted that he expects to feel the weight of the crowd at his home grand prix in Brazil this weekend, but insists that he can use the pressure as a guide to what he expects to find when he moves to Ferrari next […]

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Spain another notable chapter for us.

Kronos: Spain another notable chapter for us. Kronos boss, Marc van Dalen has thanked Sebastien Loeb and Daniel Sordo after they took the Belgian squad to ‘another level’ on the Rally Catalunya on Sunday. Kronos Racing took their first ever WRC win earlier this month, when Loeb took the Xsara WRC that they run on […]

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FIRST PICTURE: Indianapolis MotoGP circuit.

FIRST PICTURE: Indianapolis MotoGP circuit. The Indy F1 track, unveiled in 2000, had 13 turns in its 2.605-mile (4.192 km) layout, while the revised version created for MotoGP (pictured) is 2.601 miles (4.186 km) long and will feature 16 turns (ten left, six right). But the biggest chance is in its race direction; unlike F1, […]

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FA: Best yet for Bridgman.

FA: Best yet for Bridgman. Briton Tim Bridgman had the best result of his Champ Car Atlantic rookie season at Edmonton’s temporary circuit held at the JAGflo Speedway at City Centre Airport. The West Edmonton Mall Grand Prix saw the former F3 racer claim an eighth place finish to add more points to his championship […]

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Haga feels the heat in British Superbikes.

Haga feels the heat in British Superbikes. It was supposed to be an extra event to provide ‘valuable track time in a competitive environment.’ Things didn’t quite go to plan for Noriyuki Haga at Oulton Park, before the first race had even begun… So there you are getting some heat into your tyres as every […]