AUSTRALIAN CRUMP WORLD CHAMPION AGAIN
Australian Jason Crump has won the 2006 FIM Individual Speedway World
Championship having taken an unassailable 71-point lead in the series
after the Prague round on the weekend.
Crump's 14-points at the...
Easter weekend brings the opening round of the World Endurance
Championship at Assen, and 2006 is the inaugural season for Primo Racing
as a permanent team in the series. Based out of Antwerp, Belgium, team
riders Hans Westra, Patrick De La Ruelle...
Nowland and Cudlin third at Assen
Australians Warwick Nowland and Damian Cudlin have kicked off the 2006
world endurance title in strong fashion, securing third place in the
season-opening event at a revamped Assen layout on April ...
The FIM World Endurance Championship: Production based motorcycles from
as many as twelve different manufacturers, riders from twenty different
nations, four different race formats, one FIM World Championship--
What is Endurance?
* The World...
FIM land speed record attempt at Lake Gairdner unsuccessful
Australia's chance of hosting a new FIM land speed record has been
gazumped by the rarest of outback occurrences -- precipitation.
The planned attempt, using an American-backed,...
Lake Gairdner set to host FIM land speed record attempt
A Suzuki Hayabusa-engined motorcycle -- the "Ack Attack"
-- will attempt to break the 16-year-old FIM land speed record at
South Australia's Lake Gairdner in early March.