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LA Calendar Motorcycle Show 2009 Best of Show Ken's Factory JapanAwarding Kenji Nagai / Ken’s Factory, Japan (standing in the middle wearing sunglasses and holding the PM Best of Show trophy) with the lion's share of $86,000 in cash and awards is from left: Ted Sands / Performance Machine, Elizabeth Nicole / singer songwriter actress and host, and Calendar Kittens Apple and Melody.

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July 18-19th 2009, Queen Mary Event Park, Long Beach, CA - The 18th annual Los Angeles Calendar Motorcycle Show and Calendar Girl Music Festival Weekend presented by Performance Machine, America's premier custom, cruiser, performance and sportbike weekend marked its returned to the Queen Mary Event Park in Long Beach. Thousands of motorcycle and rock music fans were in attendance for the world's most exciting 2-day motorcycle event in the beautiful Queen Mary Event Park on the grass alongside the Pacific Ocean with it’s cool ocean breezes to fend off California summer’s scorching heat.

2009 LA Calendar Motorcycle Show Calendar Bike Building ChampionshipSpectators view the Pro Builder Class entries along the Park's shore line at Sunday's Calendar Bike Building Championship. The Show has 10 different classes dispersed throughout the Park to provide an even flow of spectators to all the venders and exhibitors.

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Calendar kittens Apple and melody, performance MachineCalendar Kittens Apple and Melody stop by the Performance Machine display to check the great products and some new custom bikes by Roland Sands Design that the girls just might be shooting with for the next Calendars.

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Making their world premier at the Calendar Show are is the exciting new 2010 Fast Calendars Fast Dates Race Bikes, Iron & Lace Custom Bikes and garage Girls Pinup Model Calendar sponsored by SBK World Superbike, Performance Machine and Mikuni Carburetors Photographed by renoun motorsports and fashion photographer Jim Gianatsis, the FastDates Calendars always features the word's top roadracing and custom motorccyles, together with beautiful swimsuit and centerfold models roadracing bikes.

This new 2010 Fast Dates R ace Bike Calendar cover features Ducati's World Superbike Championship winning homologation 1098R Superbike with beautiful Calendar Kittens Rachel Bernstein and Sabella Shake. Of course inside , there's all all the top factory race bikes of the SBK World Superbike Championship photographed this year on location at the Miller Motorsports Park round in Utah, USA. Included are the top factory superbikes from Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and Ducati including
3-time World Champion Troy Bayliss' Xerox Ducati 1098F08, Carlos Checa's Ten Kate Honda CBR1000RR, and Max Biaggi's Alstare Suzuki GSXR1000.

The 2010 Iron & Lace Custom Bike Calendar features last year's Calendar Show winning custom bikes from AFT Customs and Ken's Customs in Japan, a Triumph retro racer from former Show winner Shinya Kimura, and the top 3 winning bikes of last year's AMD World Chamionship of Custom bike Building.

Andre Dovizioso celebrates his first MotoGP win.

MotoGP World Championship, Round 10 of 17, British Grand Prix Donnington

Dovizioso takes his first MotoGP victory
British Grand Prix, Donington Park, England, Sunday July 26 2009 - Andrea Dovizioso (Repsol Honda) and Hiroshi Aoyama (Scot Honda) scored a double success for Honda in today’s British Grand Prix. It was a fitting achievement for the Japanese manufacturer which made its World Championship debut in Britain 50 years ago this summer. This was Dovizioso’s first victory in the elite class, while Aoyama’s third win of the season extended his lead in the 250 World Championship.

Dovizioso won in treacherous conditions, with drizzle falling on and off throughout the 30 laps. The former 125 World Champion, who has previously ridden Hondas to 250 and 125 successes at Donington Park, exhibited enormous courage and inch-perfect riding to take a 1.3 second victory from Colin Edwards (Yamaha). His maiden MotoGP win was Repsol Honda’s second success in three races, following the US GP win of Dani Pedrosa (Repsol Honda) earlier this month.

DonningtonDovizioso (4) leads the opening laps ahead of Lanzi (99) and Rossi (46) who would both move up quickly to take turns leading, only to slide out with slicks on the wet track.

Both Fiat Yamaha riders Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi were early race leaders, but would fall down in the slipery conditions. Only Rossi was able to remount in 10th and work his way back up to 5th place by the end. Everyone in the field had started the race on soft slick tires, with the exception of Team Ducati's Casy Stoner and Nicky Hayden who gambled on rain tires from the start as a light rian springle fell before the start. But the track never never became puddled to the point that train tires were better a better choice than slicks, and the two Ducati riders immediately found themselves running some 3 seconds a lap slower than the rest of the field as they waited for a harder rain to fall, which never came. Both would be lapped by the race leaders midway through the race.

Honda satellite team riders Randy de Puniet (LCR Honda) and Alex De Angelis (San Carlo Honda Gresini) completed a great day for Honda in third and fourth, making it three RC212Vs in the top four. De Puniet’s third-place result, just two tenths of a second behind Edwards, was his first podium with Honda.

Dovizioso led for two laps early on, the slippery conditions claiming Toni Elias (San Carlo Gresini Honda) and Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) by one-third distance. When Lorenzo crashed out of the lead on lap nine, series leader Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) took over, chased by Dovizioso. The two Italians were inches apart as they felt their way in the risky conditions, their lap times slowing down and speeding up as rain showers hit various parts of the circuit. On lap 20 Rossi slid off at the Foggy Esses, handing an eight second lead to Dovizioso. But the last third of the race was anything but easy for the new leader. The intermittent rainfall caused the left side of his tyres to cool down too much, leaving him with very little grip at certain points of the track. And all the while de Puniet and Edwards were inching closer. Dovi kept his head and just enough of a lead to prevent the pair getting close enough to launch an attack. Today’s result, which followed three no-scores for Dovi, moves him to sixth in the World Championship.

Of course, de Puniet and Edwards were suffering the exact same problems as Dovizioso. The Frenchman and the American swapped positions several times in the closing laps, Edwards finally taking second place into the final turn. Nevertheless, de Puniet was delighted to give the Monaco-based LCR Honda team (run by former GP winner Lucio Cecchinello) its first MotoGP podium.

De Angelis was delighted to equal his best MotoGP result with a storming ride to fourth place, the same as he managed in last year’s Italian and German Grands Prix. Tenth at the end of the first lap, the San Marino rider moved steadily forward, taking fourth place from Pedrosa on lap 23. For a while it looked like he might make the podium, but like everyone he was struggling to ride the knife edge between going fast and going too fast.

Pedrosa ran with the leaders during the early stages of the race but the Spaniard’s tyres cooled down too much, leaving him without the grip he needed to maintain his pace. At one point he considered entering the pits to change to his second bike equipped with rain tyres (as did several rivals) but decided that would cost him too much time. At the end of the race he had netted seven valuable points, while two of his title rivals (Lorenzo and Rossi) crashed and Casey Stoner (Ducati) gambled on starting the race with rain tyres, finishing 14th.

Former 125 World Champion Gabor Talmacsi (Scot Honda), who only graduated to the premier category last month, came home in 12th place for his second and best MotoGP points haul. Elias led the first two laps and was still with the leading group when he ran wide out of Schwantz Curve, touched a damp kerb and crashed in spectacular fashion. The Spaniard was unhurt in the high-speed fall.


Andrea Dovizioso (Repsol Honda), race winner, said: “It’s a fantastic feeling to win my first MotoGP race because this is the top series in the world with the best riders and so to win is a fantastic emotion. I’m very pleased with my performance today as the conditions were so difficult. It was like three different races – riding hard at the start when it was nearly dry, following Valentino as it got wetter, and then judging the pace once I was in front. I rode well in every section and managed the very tricky situation, so it’s really satisfying. This is also important for my confidence after the last three races. In the first three laps I took a lot of risks to maintain my position with the leaders because the tyres need two or three laps to get up to temperature. Once I was following Valentino it was quite easy because it’s not so difficult to follow someone in these conditions since the leader has to judge where it’s wet and where it’s dry. But when he fell it was clear from his crash that the tyres were very cold and this was scary because now I had to set the pace. Colin and Randy closed the gap quickly in the last five laps and at this point I was being careful and wasn’t pushing to the limit, but in the final two laps I pushed as hard as I could and they weren’t able to get close enough to try and pass. I’m so happy with this win, and we’ll use it to move forward. The important thing is to fight with the best riders in normal dry conditions, so me and the team will work really hard to repeat this victory in the dry.”

Randy de Puniet (LCR Honda), third-place finisher, said: “It’s like a dream for me and the team! It was a very stressful race and I was very nervous on the grid as the conditions were pretty bad. I took a good start on slick tyres and was very aggressive in the first laps. I got into sixth place but the gap on the front riders was too wide and I thought to keep my pace without taking any risks. Elias crashed in front of me and Pedrosa did not seem very confident on his machine. When he started to lose time I took my chance to pass him and we battled for several laps. I could overtake him because my machine was working well and I suddenly realised that I was holding third position. After Rossi’s crash I took second place and tried to remain focused because the surface was very slippery. Then Edwards came up quickly, giving me the chance to reduce the gap on Dovizioso, but it was too late and too dangerous, so I kept my position and we battled for the second place until the last corner. I am so happy for this result and want to thank everybody especially Lucio. We are sharing an amazing moment together!”

Doviziso DonningtonColin Edwards celbrates his first Podium ofthe year as he sprays down Dovizioso.

Results MotoGP: (30 laps = 120.69 km)
Pos/ Rider / Nat / Team / Motorcycle / Time/ KM/H / Gap
1 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / ITA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 48'26.267 / 149,498 /
2 / Colin EDWARDS / USA / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 48'27.627 / 149,429 / 0.001
3 / Randy DE PUNIET / FRA / LCR Honda MotoGP / HONDA / 48'27.867 / 149,416 / 0.002
4 / Alex DE ANGELIS / RSM / San Carlo Honda Gresini / HONDA / 48'35.225 / 149,039 / 8,958
5 / Valentino ROSSI / ITA / Fiat Yamaha Team / YAMAHA / 48'47.889 / 148,394 / 21,622
6 / James TOSELAND / GBR / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 48'48.732 / 148,352 / 22,465
7 / Marco MELANDRI / ITA / Hayate Racing Team / KAWASAKI / 49'01.551 / 147,705 / 35,284
8 / Niccolo CANEPA / ITA / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 49'05.036 / 0.148 / 38,769
9 / Dani PEDROSA / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 49'08.379 / 147,363 / 42,112
10 / Mika KALLIO / FIN / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 49'12.112 / 147,177 / 45,845
11 / Loris CAPIROSSI / ITA / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 49'19.457 / 146,812 / 0.053
12 / Gabor TALMACSI / HUN / Scot Racing Team MotoGP / HONDA / 49'38.582 / 145,869 / 1'12.315
13 / Chris VERMEULEN / AUS / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 49'46.665 / 145,474 / 1'20.398
14 / Casey STONER / AUS / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 49'25.241 / 141,641 / 1 lap
15 / Nicky HAYDEN / USA / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 49'43.835 / 140,758 / 1 lap

Pole Position: Valentino ROSSI 1'28.116 164.360 Km/h
Fastest Lap: Lap 5 Jorge LORENZO 1'31.554 158.188 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Dani PEDROSA 1'28.714 163.252 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Dani PEDROSA 1'27.676 165.185 Km/h

World Championship Positions:
1 ROSSI Valentino 187, 2 LORENZO Jorge 162, 3 STONER Casey 150,
4 PEDROSA Dani 115, 5 EDWARDS Colin 103, 6 DOVIZIOSO Andrea 94,
7 MELANDRI Marco 79, 8 DE PUNIET Randy 74, 9 VERMEULEN Chris 67,
10 CAPIROSSI Loris 66, 11 DE ANGELIS Alex 60, 12 TOSELAND James 55,
13 HAYDEN Nicky 47, 14 ELIAS Toni 47, 15 KALLIO Mika 34.

Aoyama's 250 Victory
Hiroshi Aoyama (Scot Honda) proved his talent and intelligence with a brilliant 250 win in tricky conditions. The race started on a drying track, all but one of the 26 starters using rain tyres. Aoyama took the lead on the first lap at the chicane and from there he steadily established a 6.7 second lead. But as the track dried, the rain tyres started to deteriorate, with some riders choosing to pit for slicks. Aoyama meanwhile came under pressure from title rival Alvaro Bautista (Aprilia), who closed the gap to 2.3 seconds at one point. The Japanese star handled the pressure brilliantly to take the win by almost six seconds. Aoyama’s third victory of the year extends his series lead to 15 points over Bautista with seven races to go.

Results GP 250cc: (30 laps = 120.69 km)
Pos/ Rider / Nat / Team / Motorcycle / Time/ KM/H / Gap
1 / Andrea DOVIZIOSO / ITA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 48'26.267 / 149,498 /
2 / Colin EDWARDS / USA / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 48'27.627 / 149,429 / 0.001
3 / Randy DE PUNIET / FRA / LCR Honda MotoGP / HONDA / 48'27.867 / 149,416 / 0.002
4 / Alex DE ANGELIS / RSM / San Carlo Honda Gresini / HONDA / 48'35.225 / 149,039 / 8,958
5 / Valentino ROSSI / ITA / Fiat Yamaha Team / YAMAHA / 48'47.889 / 148,394 / 21,622
6 / James TOSELAND / GBR / Monster Yamaha Tech 3 / YAMAHA / 48'48.732 / 148,352 / 22,465
7 / Marco MELANDRI / ITA / Hayate Racing Team / KAWASAKI / 49'01.551 / 147,705 / 35,284
8 / Niccolo CANEPA / ITA / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 49'05.036 / 0.148 / 38,769
9 / Dani PEDROSA / SPA / Repsol Honda Team / HONDA / 49'08.379 / 147,363 / 42,112
10 / Mika KALLIO / FIN / Pramac Racing / DUCATI / 49'12.112 / 147,177 / 45,845
11 / Loris CAPIROSSI / ITA / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 49'19.457 / 146,812 / 0.053
12 / Gabor TALMACSI / HUN / Scot Racing Team MotoGP / HONDA / 49'38.582 / 145,869 / 1'12.315
13 / Chris VERMEULEN / AUS / Rizla Suzuki MotoGP / SUZUKI / 49'46.665 / 145,474 / 1'20.398
14 / Casey STONER / AUS / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 49'25.241 / 141,641 / 1 lap
15 / Nicky HAYDEN / USA / Ducati Marlboro Team / DUCATI / 49'43.835 / 140,758 / 1 lap

Pole Position: Valentino ROSSI 1'28.116 164.360 Km/h
Fastest Lap: Lap 5 Jorge LORENZO 1'31.554 158.188 Km/h
Circuit Record Lap: 2006 Dani PEDROSA 1'28.714 163.252 Km/h
Circuit Best Lap: 2006 Dani PEDROSA 1'27.676 165.185 Km/h

World Championship Positions:
1 ROSSI Valentino 187, 2 LORENZO Jorge 162, 3 STONER Casey 150,
4 PEDROSA Dani 115, 5 EDWARDS Colin 103, 6 DOVIZIOSO Andrea 94,
7 MELANDRI Marco 79, 8 DE PUNIET Randy 74, 9 VERMEULEN Chris 67,
10 CAPIROSSI Loris 66, 11 DE ANGELIS Alex 60, 12 TOSELAND James 55,
13 HAYDEN Nicky 47, 14 ELIAS Toni 47, 15 KALLIO Mika 34.

Bunno World Superbike podium pictureBen Spies (center) was lookingto kill Michel Fabrizio (left) after Michel took them both out of the lead in Race One, giving the win to Max Biaggi (right), but by the end of Race Two when they were on the podium they were all good friends again.

SBK World Superbike Championship. Round 10 of 14 Bruno, Czech Republic

Wins for Biaggi and Spies at Brno, Injured Haga keeps points lead
Bruno, Czech Republic, Sunday, 26 July 2009 - Max Biaggi (Aprilia) and Ben Spies (Yamaha) scored a win apiece in round 10 of the Hannspree FIM Superbike World Championship at Brno in front of a record 75,000 crowd. In race 1 the 25 points went to Biaggi after Spies had been wiped out by Michel Fabrizio (Ducati Xerox), giving Aprilia its first win in its return season to WSB. The second race saw Spies take a deserved victory, after the American managed to hold off Biaggi in the final stages. Fabrizio finished third, while points leader Noriyuki Haga, still not in the best of physical condition, limited the damage and managed to hold on to his championship lead by seven points.

Max Biaggi Aprilia RSV4Max gave the new Aprilia RSV4 its first World Superbike win in race 1.

Fabrizio Takes out Spies in Race One, Handing Win to Biaggi
Biaggi scored his first win of the season and his first win since Vallelunga 2007 in the opening race at Brno in the Czech Republic. It was also Aprilia's first win in the category since Régis Laconi's victory at Imola in 2001. Second and third went to the Hannspree Ten Kate Honda duo of Carlos Checa and Jonathan Rea. Biaggi actually had a lonely run to the chequered flag after the other two favourites Spies and Fabrizio were eliminated when the Italian crashed in a fast left-hander, taking down his American rival with him.

It was a great day also for the other new manufacturer to the series, BMW, who had the satisfaction of seeing Troy Corser lead the opening two laps, the Australian eventually finishing fifth to score the team's best result this season. Shane Byrne (Sterilgarda Ducati) got another good result for the Italian team in sixth. It wasn't all good news for BMW however as Ruben Xaus crashed out on the opening lap, fracturing the femur bone in his right leg in the process. Sixth place went to Czech rider Jakub Smrz (Guandakini Ducati), who recovered well to score a good result in front of his home crowd. Seventh was Leon Haslam (Stiggy Racing Honda) and eighth Noriyuki Haga (Ducati Xerox), who ran a defensive race to try and score as many points as possible. Makoto Tamada took home a good result for Kawasaki, the Japanese rider finishing in tenth place.

Max Biaggi: "It's great! What can I say! When I crossed the start-finish I was so happy to be winning this race and I had so many flashbacks of Brno, I can feel that it is one of my favourite circuits. Of course I don't want to take anything away from Spies and Fabrizio, they were both very fast, but I remember Barry Sheene used to say ‘To finish first, first you have to finish' and this is a part of the deal. I put my head down and did not make any mistake, so a big thanks to all my crew, Aprilia and in particular Gigi Dall'Igna, the ‘papa' of our bike!."

Carlos Checa: "It's a good result for the team to get two riders on the podium and I think we did a very good job. At a certain point I thought maybe I could catch Max, but in the end I had to preserve my tyres as the right side in particular was not so good, and I could see there was no way. I settled for second as I could see that Johnny was 4 seconds behind."

Jonathan Rea: "Well, in Superpole we had to ride through the problems and get a good result and we did the same here in the race, so I feel quite fortunate to get a podium. We didn't quite have the pace of Max , but my team have done a really good job. I really love this place, but I can't understand why I had a slow start to the weekend."

Race One Results: 1. Biaggi M. (ITA) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 40'18.306 (160,863 kph); 2. Checa C. (ESP) Honda CBR1000RR 3.631; 3. Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 9.948; 4. Byrne S. (GBR) Ducati 1098R 12.952; 5. Corser T. (AUS) BMW S1000 RR 14.599; 6. Smrz J. (CZE) Ducati 1098R 19.359; 7. Haslam L. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 19.680;8. Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1098R 20.731; 9. Lagrive M. (FRA) Honda CBR1000RR 21.923; 10. Tamada M. (JPN) Kawasaki ZX 10R 27.807; 11. Nieto F. (ESP) Ducati 1098R 35.263; 12. Parkes B. (AUS) Kawasaki ZX 10R 36.535; 13. Kiyonari R. (JPN) Honda CBR1000RR 38.586; 14. Kagayama Y. (JPN) Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 40.061; 15. Iannuzzo V. (ITA) Honda CBR1000RR 40.280; 16. Scassa L. (ITA) Kawasaki ZX 10R 40.641

Ben Spies, Michel Fabrizio, Max BiaggiThis picture could be either race 1 or Race 2 with Spies (19) leading. In the First Race Fabrizio (84) would loose his front end trying to pass Spies going into a corner and he took both of them out, giving Biaggi the win (3). In Race 2 Biaggi would move up and pass Fabrizio in the later half of the race for 2nd behind Spies.

Spies Holds off Biaggi and Fabrizio for Race Two Win
Spies powered into the lead shortly after the start to head towards his eleventh win of the season. It wasn't easy however as the Texan had to keep Biaggi at bay, and the Italian took second at the end. Third went to Fabrizio, who lost contact with the leading pair in the last few laps. Despite his win, Spies was unable to overtake Haga at the top of the table. The Japanese rider ran a heroic second race to finish in sixth place, holding off a trio of Tom Sykes (Yamaha), Byrne and Smrz in the final stages. Just off the podium were the Ten Kate pairing of Jonathan Rea and Carlos Checa, their positions inverted from race 1. Once again Corser was up at the front in the early stages, but this time the Australian finished in tenth.

Ben Spies: "It was a tough race, Fabrizio was there and I had to push and make good lap times. When I saw Max was there, he arrived quite quick and I had to start braking very late and stopping almost in the middle of the corner to get good drive so he couldn't come by me. The first race obviously wasn't so good but we rallied together for the second race. That pass attempt was not the best move in the world, but that's how racing goes sometimes. A big thanks also to the Clinica Mobile guys because I wasn't feeling so good this weekend."

Max Biaggi: "It's a great result, I'm quite pleased, it's not a victory but we proved that we have a lot of muscle and could fight with Fabrizio and Spies all the time. I stopped behind Fabrizio for quite a time, while Spies managed to pull away. In the end I passed him and went to catch Spies. I tried to brake very late, but I didn't want to take him out like it was in the first race. We got a good result and it was a very good weekend here for Aprilia."

Michel Fabrizio: "It was really difficult to fight against Aprilia and Yamaha today. The only problem we had was coming out of the turns where I never quite managed to stay behind first Ben and then Max, but we should be happy with this third place and now we must look ahead."

Race Two Results: 1. Spies B. (USA) Yamaha YZF R1 40'15.420 (161,055 kph); 2. Biaggi M. (ITA) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 0.213; 3. Fabrizio M. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 0.657; 4. Rea J. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 8.311; 5. Checa C. (ESP) Honda CBR1000RR 8.915; 6. Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1098R 21.175; 7. Sykes T. (GBR) Yamaha YZF R1 21.384; 8. Byrne S. (GBR) Ducati 1098R 21.599; 9. Smrz J. (CZE) Ducati 1098R 21.726; 10. Corser T. (AUS) BMW S1000 RR 25.180; 11. Nakano S. (JPN) Aprilia RSV4 Factory 25.612; 12. Haslam L. (GBR) Honda CBR1000RR 25.622; 13. Kiyonari R. (JPN) Honda CBR1000RR 26.246; 14. Lagrive M. (FRA) Honda CBR1000RR 31.098; 15. Lanzi L. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 32.706; 16. Parkes B. (AUS) Kawasaki ZX 10R 33.173

Championship Points (after 10 of 14 rounds): 1. Haga 326; 2. Spies 319; 3. Fabrizio 273; 4. Rea 206; 5. Biaggi 200; 6. Haslam 180; 7. Sykes 150; 8. Checa 145; 9. Byrne 134; 10. Smrz 132. Manufacturers: 1. Ducati 412; 2. Yamaha 362; 3. Honda 306; 4. Aprilia 207; 5. Suzuki 133; 6. BMW 87; 7. Kawasaki 53

World Supersport
There was a sensational end to the Supersport race as Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha World Supersport) had to retire with a mechanical problem two laps from the flag as he was heading for another dominant victory, thus re-opening the title battle. His closest rival Eugene Laverty (Parkalgar Honda) had been struggling all weekend and could only finish fifth. The win, after the four-way battle for second turned into the fight for first, went to his team-mate Fabien Foret, who returned to the top slot for the first time since last year, the Frenchman thus wiping out all memories of his nasty crash here on this track twelve months ago. In the sprint finish, the runner-up slot went to Anthony West (Stiggy Racing Honda), who managed to get the better of the two increasingly competitive Kawasakis of Joan Lascorz and Katsuaki Fujiwara. South African Sheridan Morais put in a good run for sixth place, ahead of Italian Massimo Roccoli (Intermoto Honda) and Garry Mc Coy (ParkinGo Triumph), while the Hannspree Ten Kate Honda team again had a disappointing day, their two champions Kenan Sofuoglu and Andrew Pitt only finishing ninth and tenth respectively.

Results 1. Foret F. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R6 37'14.367 (156,695 kph); 2. West A. (AUS) Honda CBR600RR 0.148; 3. Lascorz J. (ESP) Kawasaki ZX-6R 0.289; 4. Fujiwara K. (JPN) Kawasaki ZX-6R 0.400; 5. Laverty E. (IRL) Honda CBR600RR 6.823; 6. Morais S. (RSA) Yamaha YZF R6 14.896; 7. Roccoli M. (ITA) Honda CBR600RR 15.092; 8. McCoy G. (AUS) Triumph Daytona 675 15.634

Points (after 10 of 14 rounds): 1. Crutchlow 185; 2. Laverty 168; 3. Sofuoglu 128; 4. Lascorz 122; 5. West 95; 6. Foret 88; 7. Pitt 85; 8. Mccoy 63; 9. Aitchison 61; 10. Fujiwara 52. Manufacturers: 1. Honda 211 2. Yamaha 210 3. Kawasaki 133; 4. Triumph 77; 5. Suzuki 30

European Superstock 1000
The Superstock 1000 FIM Cup round produced a real thriller. After leading for almost the entire race, Maxime Berger (Ten Kate Honda) crashed two turns from the chequered flag, throwing away a certain victory. The man who raised the winners' champagne was Belgium's Xavier Simeon (Ducati Xerox), who took his second win in a row and has now increased his overall points lead to 26 over Claudio Corti (Suzuki Alstare). The Italian could only finish sixth, because of vibration problems on his Suzuki right from the start. Second place went to Spain's Javi Fores (Kawasaki Pedercini), who held off the Czech rider Ondrej Jezek (MS Racing Honda) in the final stages. In fourth place finished Frenchman Sylvain Barrier (Garnier Yamaha) ahead of Daniele Beretta (Ducati Xerox).

Results : 1. Simeon X. (BEL) Ducati 1098R 24'52.839 (156,353 kph); 2. Fores J. (ESP) Kawasaki ZX 10R 8.022; 3. Jezek O. (CZE) Honda CBR1000RR 8.079; 4. Barrier S. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R1 9.607; 5. Beretta D. (ITA) Ducati 1098R 9.666; 6. Corti C. (ITA) Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 9.922; 7. Lundh A. (SWE) Honda CBR1000RR 18.270; 8. Mähr R. (AUT) Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 19.494

Points (after 6 of 10 rounds): 1. Simeon 130; 2. Corti 104; 3. Fores 84; 4. Berger 82; 5. Barrier 67; 6. Beretta 56; 7. Jezek 48: 8. Baz 33; 9. Giuliano 25; 10. Savary 23. Manufacturers: 1. Ducati 130; 2. Honda 108: 3. Suzuki 104; 4. Kawasaki 84, 5. Yamaha 75; 6. MV Augusta 21; 7. Aprilia 12

European Superstock 600
The outcome of the Superstock 600 race was decided on the last lap, with a seven-rider sprint to the chequered flag. In the end the win went to Belgium's Vincent Lonbois (MTM Racing Yamaha), who held off points leader Danilo Petrucci (Yamaha Trasimeno). With second place the young Italian confirms his leadership in a hard-fought championship battle that sees five riders separated at the top by 22 points. Third place went to Italian Eddi La Marra (Honda Lorini), with France's Jeremy Guarnoni (MRS Yamaha), Norway's Fredrik Carlsen (VD Heyden Yamaha), Gino Rea (Ten Kate Honda) of Britain and Italy's Marco Bussolotti (Yamaha Trasimeno) making up the top 7.

Results 1. Lonbois V. (BEL) Yamaha YZF R6 19'19.920 (150,922 kph); 2. Petrucci D. (ITA) Yamaha YZF R6 0.191; 3. La Marra E. (ITA) Honda CBR600RR 0.247; 4. Guarnoni J. (FRA) Yamaha YZF R6 0.315; 5. Karlsen F. (NOR) Yamaha YZF R6 1.087; 6. Rea G. (GBR) Honda CBR600RR 1.207; 7. Bussolotti M. (ITA) Yamaha YZF R6 1.262; 8. Kerschbaumer S. (AUT) Yamaha YZF R6 5.86

Points (after 6 of 10 rounds): 1. Petrucci 102; 2. Lonbois 89; 3. Rea 88: 4. Guarnoni 83; 5. Bussolotti 80; 6. La Marra 55; 7. Kerschbaumer 51; 8. Guittet 47; 9. Litjens 38; 10. Chmielewki 30

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Team Suzuki Press Office - July 26. -Yoshimura Suzuki took another great victory at this weekend's Suzuka 8 hour race in Japan.

The Suzuki Yoshimura team of Daisaku Sakai, Kasuki Tokudome and Nobuatsu Aoki took victory with a one-lap gap over the Kawasaki Trick Star Racing of Hiloyasu Izutsu, Shinya Takeishi and Ryuji Tsuruta and the Honda Dream RT Sakurai ridden by Takumi Takahashi and Chojun Kameya, who ended in third place.

The Suzuki Plot Faro Panthera of Osamu Deguchi and Koji Teramoto finished in fifth place, after competing in the top three for much of the race.

1. Yoshimura Suzuki with Jomo. JPN. Suzuki. D. Sakai, K. Tokudome, N. Aoki
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5. Plot Faro Panthera. JPN. Suzuki. O. Deguchi, K. Teramoto
6. Beet Racing. JPN. Kawasaki. O. Nishijima, K. Hasegawa, S. Karita

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Ducati MotoGP Team Looses its Donnington Gamble
Round 10 - British GP
Sunday Jul 26 2009, Round 10 - British GP - Ducati Marlboro Team riders Casey Stoner and Nicky Hayden paid the price for a bold gamble that backfired in the British Grand Prix, opting to run wet tyres with the rest of the field on slicks as drizzle fell on the starting grid at Donington Park. The Australian and the American were concerned about the state of the track after the sighting lap and, in the hope that the light rainfall would become heavier as the race progressed, they choose to make the switch from slicks to full wets. However, even though a handful of riders did make the change late in the race, the downpour never came and the pair could only struggled to fourteenth and fifteenth place respectively.

CASEY STONER (Ducati Marlboro Team) (14th)
"Everybody knows I’ve been struggling for the last few races in the dry so I was praying for the rain to come today. Every single lap we were out there it threatened to pour down and we were very close to having the perfect situation. Unfortunately, even though it got heavier, it didn’t come soon enough and our tyres were destroyed so it ended up being the wrong decision. For us, in our current situation, I still think it was a risk worth taking because it could have worked out fantastically but obviously we’re disappointed it didn’t. I’m sorry for the team because they’ve done a great job to give me a bike capable of winning races at every circuit we’ve been to lately, even though for one reason or another I haven’t been able to get the best out of it. I’m looking forward to a break now and hopefully we come back a little bit stronger at Brno."

NICKY HAYDEN – (Ducati Marlboro Team) (15th)
“We took a big gamble, it backfired and it’s frustrating because we made a big change to the bike for warm-up this morning and I had a great feeling with it in the wet. The track was damp for the sighting lap and it was spitting with rain on the grid and since my pace on slicks hasn’t been great all weekend we took a big gamble. I had nothing to lose so we rolled the dice. The odds were against me but it was so close to paying off. It rained throughout the race but the track was so warm the moisture wasn’t accumulating on the ground and unfortunately that spelt disaster for us. I take full responsibility for the decision. We agreed on it together with the team but it was my shout, I thought ‘let’s try and be a hero here!’ The tyre was pretty much destroyed after seven or eight laps but there was no point coming in to pit and it came apart five laps from the end. To be honest it’s amazing how it held together for that long! I don’t want to say it was a mistake; it was just a gamble that didn’t pay off and we’ll learn from it.”

LIVIO SUPPO – MotoGP Project Director
“We took a big gamble today and it didn’t work. We actually informed both riders that all the other guys were on slicks and that we thought it was the right choice but they were both adamant it was too dangerous and at the end of the day we have to trust their instinct in a tricky situation like that. If it had rained heavier we might be celebrating an amazing success now but we’re not and we have to accept it. Anyway, let’s think positive: the potential is there, the bike is working well and we know our riders have the capability to score top results when we come back.”

BMW S 1000RR

BMW Announces low $13,800 US PRICING ON THE S 1000 RR
July 15th - Today BMW Motorrad USA announced the pricing on the 2010 S 1000 RR and its factory installed options.

BMW introduced the most anticipated new sport bike in recent memory, the S 1000 RR, at the famed Monza racetrack during the Superbike World Championship races. And since the launch date the sport bike fans everywhere have been eagerly awaiting the price of this new Superbike from BMW.

The S 1000 RR has been designed to offer the most complete supersport package with class-leading power and performance combined with cutting edge technology and competitive pricing.

We’re very pleased to announce the pricing on the 2010 BMW S 1000 RR:
MSRP*: $13,800.00
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$ 395.00
$ 750.00
The options include either standalone new 4-stage Race ABS or Race ABS combined with multi-stage Dynamic Traction Control. Other must have options include the truly awesome Gear Shift Assistant that allows clutchless upshifts during acceleration, Anti Theft Alarm and the WSBK-inspired Motorsports Paint Scheme.

This new Superbike from BMW weighing only 404 lbs, and putting out a massive 193 hp, is one of the most potent, sophisticated and lightest sport bikes ever unleashed on the planet. The new S 1000 RR is the most powerful production 1000cc sport bike in the world.

In addition to the most potent power plant in its class, the BMW S 1000 RR introduces new technical features such as the first-ever 4-stage Race ABS system with settings for Rain, Sport, Race and Slick conditions. This groundbreaking new ABS weighs only about 5.5 lbs complete, which is nearly 20 lbs lighter than the competition.

The S 1000 RR also introduces a new multi-stage Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) which allows smooth acceleration on wet roads, or puts down full-on power on the track and settings in between depending on the road and riding conditions.

With its highly distinctive new asymmetrical headlights, which follow the very elegant and unique asymmetrical panels, this first BMW Superbike promises to standout from the crowd of liter-class bikes.

For more info about this awesome new BMW and to see and hear this Superbike in person, please visit and check out the S 1000 RR US Tour Calendar.

The new S 1000 RR is scheduled to be released in the US by early 2010.

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InFront Issues Statement regarding Production Engines in MotoGP

Brno, Sunday 26th July 2009
With reference to several declarations published recently by daily newspapers and weekly magazines, according to which the organizer of the Grand Prix World Championship is reported to be evaluating the possible participation of bikes equipped with production based 1000 cc engines in the MotoGP class, Infront Motor Sports wishes to make the following statement.

Infront Motor Sports does not consider a similar idea either to be realistic or feasible in view of the existing contracts between the FIM and Infront Motor Sports itself and in view of the specific characteristics of the World Superbike and MotoGP championships.

We believe therefore that such a project will not have any follow-up. Nevertheless, wherever future developments should render necessary any action of defense of the rights of Infront Motor Sports, as well as those of all the teams, manufacturers, riders, sponsors and media who have invested in the Superbike and Supersport World Championships, such action will be immediately set in motion at all levels.

Editor's Note: We already know that Infront already lost their effort to keep production engines out of the GP2 Class which will use a production spec Honda CBR600 engine in prototype chassis the GP2 Class in replacment of 250cc 2-stroke engines beginning in 2010.

Limiting the 600cc 4-storke engines in GP2 to just one spec brand, Honda, will immediately eliminate the factory and support teams from Aprilia, Gilera and Yamaha which are much of thr field.

The premier MotoGP class certainly needs to open its riules to all 1000cc Production ( and continue with 800cc ptototype) engines from all manufcturers if it hopes to keep the championship viable. In the current economy with very few sponsors, only the factory tams can afford to race in MotoGP.

2010 MotoGP Calendar
Tuesday 28 July -The FIM today announced the provisional calendar for the 2010 MotoGP World Championship as the following:

Date Grand Prix Circuit
April 11th* Qatar Losail
April 25th Japan Motegi
May 2nd Spain Jerez
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October 17th Australia Phillip Is
October 31st Portugal Estoril
November 7th Valencia Ricardo Tormo - Valencia

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