Macau Grand Prix Jade, 9.55am and 1.20pm The Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix promises to be one of the most exciting for years with three former winners, all Britons, revving up for 15 laps on the twisting, seven-metre-wide, 6.2-kilometre Guia street circuit. John McGuinness will ride a China-Macau Zong Shen Racing Team 954cc Honda, having set a new lap record in last year's victory. Michael Rutter (above), who won in 1998 and 2000 and was runner-up in the 2002 British Superbike Championship, will mount his charge on a Ducati Manchester 998cc, while David Jefferies, the winner in 1999 and third last year, will ride hard on his Suzuki. But also watch out for Markus Barth of Germany on a Kawasaki 839, Marcel Kellenberger of Switzerland on a Team Bolliger Switzerland 900cc Kawasaki and another Briton, Iain Duffus, who partners compatriot and 2002 TT winner Jim Moodie on the V&M Racing pair of 1,000cc Yamahas. Honda Canada has entered a two-bike team, with Canadian riders Kevin Lacombe and Frank Trombino, while Sou Se Hong represents Macau and the China-Macau Zong Shen Racing Team on a 600cc Yamaha. The 10-lap Fortuna Trophy race follows for Macau-licensed drivers of Honda EK4 and EG6s and a lone Toyota AE101. Jade resumes its service after lunch for the latter stages of the 10-lap Macau Fourth East Asian Games Cup Race for up to 40 Hong Kong saloon cars. If the constant jabber on Jade's too much, you can listen to Radio 3's hourly bulletins and hover for shunts over the Hotel Lisboa bend.