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Ron Haslam

Bring back Trimby next year, demand bikers

All the hanging around, waiting for the weather to clear and the action to begin must have given the riders in the Motorcycle Grand Prix time to reflect on what course of action to take regarding the last farewell of Mike Trimby.

Sunday, 20 November, 2011, 12:00am

Top commentator is GP accident victim

The action hadn't even started but the 58th Macau Grand Prix has already claimed its first victim, with the renowned international motorcycle commentator Chris Carter being laid up in hospital.

The widely respected Carter, 70, fell and broke his shoulder in his hotel room and is due to undergo an operation.

17 Nov 2011 - 12:00am

Sizzling Plater makes it two in a row

Ron Haslam can breathe a sigh of relief. His joint-record remains intact after Steve Plater won his second successive Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix yesterday. It once again denied Michael Rutter the chance to etch his name as the greatest-ever rider to be seen on the Guia track.

18 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

Benefits outweigh risks of holding motorcycle GP on soiled circuit, says official

The move to hold the Motorcycle Grand Prix in the afternoon was given the thumbs up by Mike Trimby, one of the top administrators in the sport. He said despite the inherent risk of racing on a track soiled by the cars, the benefits far outweighed the dangers.

22 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

Rutter sets the fastest time

Briton Michael 'Blade' Rutter showed his class for tomorrow's 38th Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix on a day of practice marred by a horrific accident at the tail-end of the session yesterday.

19 Nov 2004 - 12:00am