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  • ...product. “Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday” is very relevant in Superbike racing. ...[Ducati 999]].<br />(bottom picture) Road version of the [[Ducati 999]] in racing livery.<br />Superbikes must look like their roadgoing counterparts, the mo
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  • ...ike Championship, finishing 4th in 2001. In 2003 he raced in the [[British Superbike]] Championship for [[Rizla Suzuki]], alongside double British champion John ...e [[GSX-R1000]], riding on largely unfamiliar circuits against some of the world's top riders.
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  • ...es and finished 6th in the championship, despite lacking knowledge of most circuits. He also scored a shock 3rd place in a 500cc one-off for his home race. He ...ran, [[Red Bull]]-sponsored [[Yamaha]] [[500cc]] bike in 2001, and on [[MS Racing]]'s [[MotoGP]] [[Aprilia]] in 2003, but he was a distant 14th in the champi
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  • ...ts || [[Superbike World Championship|SBK]], [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|MotoGP]], [[Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters|DTM]], [[A1 Grand Prix|A1GP]], [[F ..., now referred to as the '''Brno Circuit''', is a [[Czech republic|Czech]] racing circuit located close to the city of [[Brno]]. It was formerly the site of
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  • ...Formula One]]; [[Superbike racing|SBK]]; [[GP2 Series|GP2]]; [[Touring car racing|WTCC]]; [[Italy|Italian]] [[Grand tourer|GT]] The '''Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari''' is a racing circuit near the [[Italy|Italian]] town of [[Imola]], 40 Km east of [[Bolog
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  • ...h Touring Car Championship|BTCC]]; [[Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters|DTM]]; [[World Touring Car Championship|WTCC]] '''Brands Hatch''' is a [[motor racing]] circuit in [[Kent]], [[England]]. The name of the circuit is thought to d
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  • ...d racing|road racer]] who has been racing for over 30 years, winning three World titles, four British championships and ridden in almost 110 GPs. ...spends much of his time helping his son, [[Leon Haslam]], in his expanding racing career and training riders and racers alike at the Ron Haslam Race School a
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  • |colspan="2" style="text-align:center;" | '''[[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|Motorcycle Grand Prix]] Career''' ! [[List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing World Champions|Championships]]
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  • |Events || [[Superbike racing|Superbikes]], [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|MotoGP]], [[Champ Car]] ...ppy, so the riders were able to drive much faster on the course than other circuits. Today these sloped or curved bends have been modified due to safety issues
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  • ...F1 testing]]; [[Spanish Formula Three|F3]]; [[GP2 Series|GP2]];[[Superbike World Championship|SBK]] {{WTCC circuits}}
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  • ...to its fast, hilly and twisty nature. Spa is a favourite circuit of many racing drivers and fans. ...sta Kink''' was one of the most fearsome sections on any race track in the world, requiring skill and bravery in equal measure to get it right. After a long
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  • [[Image:Lydden05.jpg|thumb|right|Classic Road Racing]] [[Image:JoeyDunlopKatesCottage.jpg|right|thumb|Road Racing on temporarily closed public roads]]
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  • The '''2006 Formula One season''' was the 57th [[FIA]] [[Formula One]] World Championship season. It began on [[March 12]], [[2006]] included 18 races, ...been bought by the [[Midland Group]] in 2004, changed their name to [[MF1 Racing]] after a transition year in 2005.
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  • |Events || [[MotoGP]], [[Superbike]], [[V8 Supercar]] ...h varied, with the car course approximately 6 miles per lap, to motorcycle racing of appx. 10 miles. The very first Grand Prix was known as the 100 Mile Race
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  • ...|| [[Formula One]]; [[GP2]]; [[Superbike racing|SBK]]; [[Touring car racing|WTCC]] '''Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours''' is a [[motor racing]] circuit located in [[France]], near the towns of [[Magny-Cours]] and [[Ne
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  • |Events || [[Superbike World Championship|SBK]],[[Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters|DTM]] ...n the USA by [[NASCAR]], the [[Indy Racing League]] and [[CART]] Champ Car racing. The 3.2 km (2 mi) triangular shaped oval (similar to [[Pocono Raceway]]) w
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  • ...1000km Monza]]; [[Superbike racing|SBK]]; [[GP2]]; [[Formula Three|F3]]; [[World Touring Car Championship|WTCC]] ...of [[Milan]]. It is one of the most historic motor racing circuits in the world.
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  • |Events || [[Superbike racing|Superbikes]], [[Grand Prix motorcycle racing|MotoGP]], [[Champ Car]] ...ppy, so the riders were able to drive much faster on the course than other circuits. Today these sloped or curved bends have been modified due to safety issues
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  • ...ing track (used for both [[auto racing]] and [[Motorcycle sport|motorcycle racing]]) originally built in 1957 near [[Monterey, California|Monterey]], [[Calif ...e held at the raceway, ranging from [[superkart]]s to [[American Le Mans]] racing to music festivals.
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  • *[[Champ Car]] World Series - Road America Grand Prix - September 21-24, 2006 *AMA [[Superbike]] - June 4, 2006
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