Courtney fastest in opening practice

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James Courtney beat Scott McLaughlin to top spot in the opening Supercars practice session of the weekend at Phillip Island. It was Holdens on top across the 40-minute session, Scott Pye leading the early running with a 1m31.465s set inside the first 10 minutes. David Reynolds then went quickest with a 1m31.358s shortly afterwards, before
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Project GT-R Gets Bigger Turbos

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5 Years In The Making This has been a long time coming. No, Project GT-R has not been stripped of the green wrap applied for Tokyo Auto Salon; not counting the three to four years’ worth of parts-collecting, we just have to take a step back a year and a half to fully catch up with all the modifications I’ve
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Miller urges Rossi and Marquez to end “immature” feud

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Jack Miller says the “silly and immature” feud between Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez needs to end, as it threatens the safety of MotoGP riders. The rivalry between Rossi and Marquez, which had subsided after the pair’s infamous clash during the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix, was reignited after the reigning champion hit the Italian and
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Pedrosa cleared to ride at Austin

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Honda MotoGP rider Dani Pedrosa has been passed fit for this weekend’s Austin race. Pedrosa underwent surgery last week having fractured the radius in his right wrist on the first lap of the Argentinian Grand Prix. Honda tester Stefan Bradl had been tipped to replace Pedrosa in America, but the team then announced he would
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Electronics issue caused Argentina MotoGP stall

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Marc Marquez has revealed an electronics problem was what originally caused his bike to stop on the grid during the controversial Argentina MotoGP race. The reigning champion’s decision to start from the grid at Termas de Rio Hondo, having stalled and jump-started his bike, resulted in a ride-through penalty, dropping him outside the points and
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FIA delay leads to concerns over Rally GB future

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There are concerns for the future of Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship after the FIA delayed its decision to give this year’s route a green light. The governing body has objected to the use of the Great Orme/Llandudno stage as the bonus point-paying Power Stage on the final day of the October event.
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Version Three: The ITEM-B FC3S

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Backstory Already a staple in the Pacific Northwest drift scene, the ITEM-B FC3S Mazda RX-7 is a one-of-a-kind creation that has been getting better and better as time goes by. Evan Brown has owned the car for five years and it’s evolved an insane amount over that time. In Evan’s words, so much time, effort, and money has
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Redding confident of avoiding Lowes’ Aprilia fate

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Scott Redding believes he can avoid the fate of his Aprilia predecessor Sam Lowes because of his greater MotoGP experience. Lowes joined Aprilia as a rookie on a two-year deal in 2017, but as early as last June the Italian manufacturer was investigating replacing him. He is now back in Moto2 having been dropped in
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