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    In response to several queries from many people regarding a statement issued by the ACU on July 22nd, we can confirm that this does not alter the position of the 2004 Maxxis UK Supermoto Championship. Dave Stewart CEO of the organising club BMCRC has issued the following, final statement: Read more.....

    Gathering clouds overhead and a second or two of rain in the early laps of today's British Grand Prix could not stop Yamaha rider Valentino Rossi from picking up his fifth win of the year in commanding fashion. In front of 82,091 spectators Rossi's one-man charge at the Donington track and ultimate victory increased his championship lead to 22 points ahead of Honda riders Sete Gibernau and Max Biaggi. Rossi's team-mate Carlos Checa made a determined ride to sixth place. Read more.....

    After an ultimately close combined qualifying for the British Grand Prix, with only one second covering the top 13 contenders, expectations were high for a close MotoGP main event at Donington Park. But despite an initially promising opening few laps the Yamaha Factory contingent ended the eighth round of the MotoGP World Championship with little more than disappointment. Read more.....

    To inaugurate the activities of the MAG Foundation, a seminar on security, motorcycle theft and the identification of stolen motorbikes will be held at the Arts Centre at the University of Warwick on Saturday 18th of September, commencing at 1 p.m and finishing at 5 p.m. Read more.....

    It is with great regret, that we have to announce today, the immediate cancellation of the Maxxis UK Supermoto Championship. Read more.....

    From the lights it was a green Kawasaki leading in the hands of Scott Smart and a fantastic scrap ensued behind. Michael Rutter chased and was quickly passed by James Haydon on the Virgin Mobile Yamaha. Read more.....

    Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha rider and reigning World Champion Valentino Rossi entered today's German Grand Prix in Sachsenring with a share of the World Championship lead. But after a determined fourth place in what was a dramatic and changeable race, he now carries a single point advantage over race winner Max Biaggi (Honda), into the next round at Donington Park in one week's time. Read more.....

    The Motorcycle Action Group is urging riders to join the Diesel KillSpills team as they ride through central London on the 11th September from the Ace Café. Read more.....

    TEN BY TEN: The tenth anniversary of the joint AMA and SBK World Championship event at Laguna Seca delivered some outstanding racing in the high temperatures of a sizzling Californian afternoon. Among many landmarks passed today was a new record number of SBK race starts for Pierfrancesco Chili, who has now ridden in 230 races, beating Aaron Slight's record in the process. The races themselves were both won by Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR rider Chris Vermeulen, who has now taken the last three SBK race wins in a row. Read more.....

    Team Castrol Suzuki sidecar duo Steve Webster and Paul Woodhead extended their lead in the 2004 UEM European Sidecar Championship title chase with a fine win at an almost weather-beaten Most in the Czech Republic yesterday. Read more.....

    Considering the weather that's plagued the tennis at Wimbledon over the last fortnight, it was only to be expected that the Think British Superbike Championship was greeted by rain when it came to Scotland. Thinking back over the years, its hard to remember any rounds that have not been wet here. The conditions were just about as difficult as could be for bike racing, the rain heading of half an hr before the first race, leaving everyone gambling on their tyre choice. James Haydon went for a wet front and intermediate rear on the Virgin Yamaha, and seeing how well he went, it seemed to be a wise combination. But Scott Smart undoubtedly made the best choice of a cut slick front and slick rear. No wonder they call him Smartarse. Read more.....

    Fortuna Gauloises Tech3 rider Norick Abe rode to a gritty eighth place here in sweltering Rio, Brazil; the Japanese rider finding himself the first Yamaha across the line after Valentino Rossi (DNF) crashed out on lap 13, while lying fourth. The result has left the championship wide open after Rossi's main rival Sete Gibernau (Honda) also ending the day in the gravel trap in the early stages of the 24-lap race. Interestingly both riders fell on the same corner. Read more.....

    Severe rainstorms and blustery conditions blighted the Eastern Airways British Sidecar Championship at Knockhill at the weekend but a second and fourth place meant that Team Castrol Suzuki pair Steve Webster and Paul Woodhead returned home with their 44-point championship lead intact. Read more.....

    Team Castrol Suzuki sidecar pair Steve Webster and Paul Woodhead's busy season continues apace with another trip up to Knockill, near Dunfermline in Scotland for the latest chapter in their quest for the Eastern Airways British Sidecar Championship title. Read more.....