NEW LEADER FOR AMA FORMULA XTREME 31 August 2006 - AMA Pro Racing Eric Bostrom comes into Road Atlanta’s Lockhart Phillips USA Formula Xtreme race the new series leader.
GREAT ENTERTAINMENT PROMISED BY AMA 31 August 2006 - AMA Pro Racing This Sunday’s Pro Honda Oils Supersport Championship presented by Shoei at Road Atlanta promises to be one of the most entertaining races of the year.
ANTI-DOPING CONTROLS 31 August 2006 - Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme Endurance World Championship
TEAM SUZUKI COUNTING DOWN THE SEASON 31 August 2006 - Suzuki Racing Just one week after their trip to Ireland Team Suzuki will face the penultimate Grand Prix of the 2006 FIM MX1 Motocross World Championship by making the short trip to Holland and the sandy Lierop circuit for round 14 this weekend.
REPOSITIONING ANNOUNCED 31 August 2006 - Snap N' Sold Corp Snap N' Sold Corp. announced today that the Company's Board of Directors, effective immediately, has decided to redirect the company's human and capital resources entirely to its HotAutoWeb and related business units
FANS CAN NOW GET IN EARLIER 30 August 2006 - Rock Star Energy Drinks Time Change for Rockstar Energy Drink U.S. Open: Action Begins at 7:00 p.m.
BEST RESULTS YET FOR KIRKHAM 30 August 2006 - Jon Kirkham Scuderia Stellare rider Jon Kirkham had his best point’s haul of the season at Cadwell Park today with a top ten finish in the first race followed by another top fifteen result in the second.
WIN FOR HOWARTH AT CADWELL 30 August 2006 - M.A.R M.A.R rider Michael Howarth bounced back from the disappointment of his first DNF of the season to secure his first Superbike Cup win in the second race at Cadwell Park.
NO LUCK FOR STOBART AT CADWELL PARK 30 August 2006 - Stobart Honda At the track where the Paul Bird Motorsport Team clinched their second successive British Superbike Championship title just three short years ago, it wasn’t a happy return to Cadwell Park for Stobart Motorsport
KENT ANDERSSON 30 August 2006 - Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme Former Swedish Grand Prix rider Kent Andersson passed away yesterday. He was 64 years old.
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