There was quite a big question mark over Temple Golf Racing Team’s future after the withdrawal of their only rider William Dunlop from the TT, when Robert’s son decided to come back home to stay with his pregnant partner who was facing a few problems. →
The much awaited North West 200 is now underway in the stunning scenario of the northern coast of Ireland. Among the newcomers of the second most important road race in the world we find a very interesting and fast girl, Nadieh Schoots. →
For Italians (and not only) road racing fans, the amazing Tandragee 100 will be forever linked to the name of Dario Cecconi, lonely pure road racer who loved this little Northern Irish National Race so much but that lost his life last April on that very course. →
As already announced a few days ago, veteran Ian Lougher will come back racing at the Isle of Man TT this year with the charming swiss bike Suter, adding the commitment in the 1000cc classes to his manager role of his Team ILR and his young gun Joey Thompson. But there is more. The 55 years old welshman will compete in the Lightweight class with a Paton and in the TT Zero with Team Mirai’s electric bike as well. →
For a couple of years the Italian participation in the Isle of Man TT increased from the usual solitary Stefano Bonetti to a three riders line-up, with Marco Pagani and Alex Polita alongside the more experienced “Bonny”. →
His soft way of speaking and the pretty clear Yorkshire accent made me feel comfortable straight away. In Hutchy’s living room I would have wanted to ask a lot of questions. Too many questions. For the first time after his shock Honda deal, Ian Hutchinson is granting an interview and the subjects couldn’t be other than his recovery after 2017 TT crash and his switch from TAS BMW to Honda Racing.