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The Australian Honda rider, who leads the championship standings, led home American Ben Spies, the winner of the DutchMotoGP in Assen last Saturday. Italian Marco Simoncelli was unable to match the blistering speed that took him round fastest in
A 142-106 victory over Borders saw them move to pole position, four points clear of the opposition...They beat Dumfries 127-104, and while Lanark South have qualified, Ayr South and Dumfries will go head-to-head for the other qualifying berth next
Wis. (AP) — Dario Franchitti won the pole position Saturday for the IndyCar race Sunday at the Milwaukee Mile with an average speed of 170.841 mph. Helio Castroneves qualified second, followed by Scott Dixon.
Munjal Savla came within striking distance but had to settle for the second place. The top five qualifiers finished within half a second of each other. In what promises to be an exciting season ahead, three Polo R Cup rookies qualified among the top
McLaren's reserve driver - had only 10 minutes notice that he would be racing for Sauber in Canada, after receiving a call-up to replace the unwell Sergio Perez on a 'loan' basis, just before second practice. Full story: autosport.com Fernando Alonso
The Italian's late lap of one minute 42.413 seconds knocked Casey Stoner into second, with Jorge Lorenzo third. I'm happy," said Simoncelli. "I didn't expect [to be fastest] because Stoner was fast for all the session, but in the last part of
Former Australian Superbike champion Glenn Allerton has raised the competition bar on his Malaysian Super Series (MSS) debut yesterday when he blazed the Sepang International Circuit in 2:11.879 to take pole position for the Superbike opening race
Ayr gained the upper hand in the race for a First Division place as they eased to a 4-1 win at Forfar in the first leg of their playoff semifinal. Ayr, who finished second in the Second Division, took the lead in the
The reigning world Champion Sebastien Vettel of the Red Bull team will start the Turkish Grand Prix from pole position. His team mate Mark Webber finished just 0.405 secs behind him. Nico Rosberg of Mercedes was third. McLaren'
Racing rider, who has six SuperSports wins in his 10-year World Superbike Championships career, strengthened his stranglehold on the pole position with a record-breaking time of 1:06.538. His feat, which erases the 1:06.657 lap time set by Toshiyuki