Dean Harrison parts with RC Express. A possible deal with Mar-Train?

There is a lot going on in the road racing scene these days, and another big news, this time regarding young talent Dean Harrison, has started to circulate yesterday evening. It is now official that the English rider has parted company with Bristol-based Team RC Express.

Macau GP – Sandor Bitter to replace Dean Harrison

The 48th edition of the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix is living quite a troubled eve. After the withdrawal of Michael Dunlop, Dan Kneen and Tiago Magalhaes from the entry list, it is now the turn of Dean Harrison.

BMW splits with Michael Dunlop. A possible TAS-BMW link?

It is possibile that during the usual Ballymoney Sports Awards, held in the Northern Irish town last Saturday, quite a few people were agaped when Michael Dunlop spoke. The 25 years old frankly revealed he will not ride for BMW in 2015.

Macau GP – revised entry list, Michael Dunlop out

We were all ready to enjoy an epic battle on the Guia Circuit between last year’s winner Ian Hutchinson, the ‘king of Macau’ Michael Rutter, the ‘comeback kid’ Stuart Easton and Michael Dunlop on his factory BMW, but this isn’t going to be. The Northern Ireland boy will not join the other top road racers in China.

Macau GP – Brian McCormack to replace Dan Kneen

After a sensational season as a protagonist, Manxman Dan Kneen is due to withdraw from the final round of 2014, which will be held in Macau in November, as a result of the huge crash he had at August’s Ulster Grand Prix, where he fell off his bike alongside Dean Harrison and Keith Amor.