As reported, Michael Dunlop lost a large part of his family through the Road Racing. Only last year, his brother William died after an accident at the Skerries 100. Then it was quiet around Michael Dunlop. He did not compete in any races. Michael Dunlop […weiter lesen]
Michael Dunlop is a legend of Road Racing. He comes from the Dunlop dynasty and has already won the Isle of Man TT 18 times. In the leaderboard of the Isle of Man TT, he is in third place overall. Only John McGuinness and Joey […weiter lesen]
Horst Saiger participated in the IRRC race in Finland. A professional camera crew accompanied him and made a video about it. This video has now been released on the YouTube channel by Horst Saiger. In the almost 20-minute video, Horst presents the race and its […weiter lesen]
Results of Sidecar TT 2 at the Isle of Man TT 2018
Results of the Senior TT at the Isle of Man TT 2018
Results of the Zero TT at the Isle of Man TT 2018
Results from the Lightweight TT on the Isle of Man TT 2018
Results of the Supersport TT 2 at the Isle of Man TT 2018
Results from the first Raco on the Isle of Man TT 2018
Horst Saiger will ride Yamaha at the Isle of Man TT in 2018.
Dan Kneen was hired by Tyco BMW for the Isle of Man TT 2018.
Live stream for the Macau GP 2017 incl. Schedule of trainings, races etc. according to German time (CET)
John McGuinness has to fight with his injuries. The training of NorthWest200 he crashed with the new Honda Fireblade and broke his leg, four vertebrae and five ribs.
THREE deaths on the Isle of Man TT 2017
Ian Hutchinson won the RL Quantum Superstock race. This was the third consecutive victory in this race and his 16th TT victory overall.
Ben and Tom Birchall broke the record for sidecars with a time of 117.119 mph.
Michael Dunlop took his 14th TT victory at today’s supersport race.
Ian Hutchinson won the first race of the Isle of Man TT 2017. He won the extremely exciting RST Superbike.
The conditions were ideal again and Hutchinson made an average of 129.89 mph with the Tyco BMW in the Superbike class. His biggest rival, Michael Dunlop, managed with the Bennett Suzuki 131.062 mph and was thus fastest today.
On Friday, we finally had the right weather for the Qualifying on the Isle of Man. This could also be seen at the round times.