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Sachsenring: Every race is a highlights reel.

Time for summer break with the fight closer than ever – and another rookie showing their hand.

Marquez and Pedrosa had great weekends in Germany, with both showing great pace and taking front row starts to the podium. Marquez took his eighth win in a row at the track – a run that started in the 125 World Championship – and did it from pole once again. But with Sachsenring, that’s what you’d expect. What you wouldn’t expect is the home rookie on an independent team Yamaha pushing the man who has made the track his own – so don’t worry, we’ve not lost that spark...

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Posted in Pro-Bolt News MotoGP By David Montgomery

MotoGP: Dutch TT – Assen:

The eighth round of the Motorcycle Grand Prix took us to the venerated Dutch TT in Assen, where The Cathedral has remained a fixture since the world championship began in 1949. A track drenched in history, also saw itself drenched in another sort of thing for this weekend, with rain falling in the practice and qualifying sessions, only stopping an hour before a fully wet MotoGP warm up...

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Into the red: Expecting the unexpected

You wait seven years for a win, and then three of them come along at once. Sepang last year may now be last season, but it’s only nine races ago – meaning Andrea Dovizioso has now won a third of the races since the lights went out in Malaysia. That’s the same as Maverick Viñales, the man who has stolen a lot more headlines. That’s a little crazy...

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Mugello: Raising a Glass to the Realists

So who called it? If you did, I hope you used your foresight to put on a very large bet ahead of the Italian GP. With the weather seeming more predictable, the Yamaha having often destroyed the field at the track for years and Le Mans having given us a last lap show, it seemed we could call what was going to happen at Mugello. Obviously Rossi and Viñales were going to duel it out again and obviously this time the ‘Doctor’ wouldn’t fall off. Right?

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Posted in Pro-Bolt News MotoGP By David Montgomery

 

The Master and the Apprentice:

Role reversals and changes of Championship fortune in France

Since day one of 2017, we’ve been waiting for one thing: the big showdown. The clash of the titans! The war for the crown! The game of thrones! But when we say that, we’ve meant Viñales and Marquez. Le Mans served up a slightly different duel...

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Posted in Pro-Bolt News MotoGP By David Montgomery

Pro-Bolts Flagship Fastener: Coloured Race Spec

In addition to our Black Titanium range, we are offering the majority of our Titanium – Race Spec range in a stunning anodised coloured finish. 

Widely used by top level Race Teams, Our Race Spec Fasteners are an essential for racers and those who insist on the best....

 

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The Samurai, The Spartan, and The pleasure of proving a point: 

Lessons on the long game from the Spanish GP

It is becoming a rule of MotoGP journalism that every time someone writes off Dani Pedrosa, he makes them look very, very stupid. And that happened again in Jerez, where the Spaniard was sublime all weekend from a wet FP1 to a scorching chequered flag. The same thing happened in Misano last year; you doubt, he wins...

 

 

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BSB: Round 3 - Oulton Park

Oulton Park: A Shakey Start to Round 3

Oulton Park Circuit, hidden in the foliage of the Cheshire countryside, is one of the most picturesque yet challenging circuits in Great Britain. It’s unrelenting, undulating camber, fast technical sectors, and blind crests thrown in for good measure; ensures that riders need to be at the top of their game. And with minimal runoff, there is little room for error...

 

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Texas: The Magician, The Diavola and The Doctor

Marc Marquez around the Circuit of the Americas is probably the 93rd wonder of the world. Undefeated for five in a row, this year’s win was also his eleventh straight victory in America and his name seems permanently etched on the trophy. It is one of those combinations that creates witchcraft. This season though, they left the engraving late because we were promised a duel.

So where was that duel?

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BSB: Round 2 - Brands Hatch

Brands Hatch Indy: A Plethora of Podiums for JG Speedfit Kawasaki

After the exciting and unpredictable start to the championship at the Donnington Park, the second round of the MCE British Superbike championship was always going to be highly contested, at Kent’s Indy Circuit, the racing exceeded expectations, throwing up many surprises and confirming that for 2017, BSB is going to be more competitive than ever... 

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