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Craziest Motorcycle Racing EVER! really crazy - Isle of Man TT Epic Compilation

Music: The Walrath (Escape From Hell Mix) by Dhruva Aliman ...The Isle of Man TT is one of the most dangerous and grueling races in existence, 37.75 miles at an average speed of 132mph. Make a mistake on this track, and it’s a telegraph pole or the side of a house that riders will be faced with. Which is why it’s considered one of the most dangerous events on the motorsport calendar, but there is another event that makes the TT look like a cushy ride in the park…It’s called IRISH ROAD RACING and here’s why it’s the real king of danger...

Insane proximity- The first time you visit an event such as Tandragee or Armoy it’s hard to believe that you can get so close. If you were to reach out, you could touch the bikes as they go screaming by. The Health and Safety brigade clearly does not have a home here.

The Jumps- Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire is often referred to as the ‘mini Nurburgring’. It’s fast, technical and home to one of the most spectacular sections of track anywhere in the UK - the Mountain. British Superbike riders such as Josh Brookes can get some serious airtime and it’s a favorite haunt for photographers and spectators. However, compared to the jumps at Irish road race Kells, it looks like child’s play. Kells is a 2.2-mile course in Crossakiel, County Meath and is known for its airborne antics. A fast lap time demands bravery and dedication. The top riders hit O’Dea’s jump at a startling 160mph and are launched over 30 yards down the road.

200mph+ top speeds- At some of the smaller National road races, it’s not uncommon for riders to reach speeds in excess of 160mph. But it’s at the major international events such as the North West 200 where top speeds enter another dimension.

The North West 200 is Northern Ireland’s largest outdoor sporting event and the circuit passes through the towns of Portstewart, Coleraine and Portrush. It’s one of the quickest race tracks anywhere in the world and in 2012 Martin Jessopp hit a GPS-verified 208mph on his way down to University corner.

These speeds can also be reached at the TT, but what makes the NW200 so astounding is that the racers are often jostling for position, four to five abreast down the super fast straights.

Rain doesn't stop play- When Guy Martin arrived at Kells for his first Irish road race, he had to ask his friend where the circuit was. He was met with a curt reply, “you’re standing on it”. However, for anyone who has actually attended a road race, Guy’s confusion is completely understandable.

Unlike Monaco, Macau or the Manx GP the Irish tracks don’t have billiard table smooth tarmac. They’re often lined with mud, pothole covers and cow crap. They’re also only a feet wide at certain points, and unlike Nascar, when it rains, the riders don’t go home crying.

Incredible bravery- It takes a special sort of person to race at 200mph between houses, brick walls and fences (or ‘furniture’ as the road racers like to call it). But for riders who have grown up in Ireland and the north of England, riding on these local roads is something that comes naturally.

Hardly a season goes by without a handful of fatalities, but it certainly doesn’t slow the racers down. In 2008, for example, two days after Robert Dunlop died in practice at the NW200, his son Michael went out and dominated the 250cc race in memory of his dad. Where else in the sporting world would that happen?

Hardcore doctors- The most heroic men on the grid are not the racers themselves, but the doctors who are prepared to give life saving support at a moment’s notice. And unlike other motor racing events, a crash usually equates to a life threatening injury.

As a result, the doctors need to be on scene within at least 15 seconds of a crash. But with the unique constraints of a road race, the only way this is possible is to have the doctors on bikes themselves. That’s right, fully qualified doctors on racing motorcycles. Incredible. And unlike the travelling marshals at the Manx events, the riders have to carry heavy medical gear at all times.
Dr John Hinds was one of the most respected road race medics and would give up his free time to assist at races throughout Northern Ireland. He was not only a hugely talented doctor but was also equally adept on two wheels. He would set off behind the riders and chase at racing speeds with his full medical pack attached to his waist. Unfortunately, due to a freak accident, he lost his life this year at the Skerries 100. He will be sorely missed in the racing paddock, but his spirit represented the very best of road racing.

Written by Neil Winn -

Real Road Racing Crash Compilation [Loss control of the bike]

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BSB 2017 Round 8 Cadwell Park Race 1 and Race 2

BSB 2017 Round 8 Cadwell Park

Superbikes Race at BIC, Noida India

Superbikes at Buddh international circuit racing against each other on a practice friendly sessions day.
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Onboard with Josh Brookes, RD7 Oulton Park race two

Onboard in MCE BSB race two with Josh Brookes at Oulton Park - round seven.

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2015 / 2016 Qatar Superbike Round 1 // Superbike Race 2

Alex Cudlin gets double win in the opening round of Qatar Superbike and Paul Etherton best rider in the Veterans class

The Australian rider and five time champion of Qatar Superbike won the two races of the opening round of 2015 /2016 Qatar Superbike Championship held yesterday at Losail International Circuit.
In a very humid weather, the defending champion managed to take the win in both races , with a tought battle with the runner up of last season, Mishal Al Naimi who finished second in both races.

In the first race, even Cudlin had the pole position, Al Naimi managed to lead the race for the first four laps but the Australian overtook the Qatari rider in the fifth lap, keeping the first position until the end, finishing only 0.887 ahead of Mishal.
Mishal had some problems with his racing bike in the qualifying session and he had to race with his second bike that didn’t hve a perfect set up.

The third position was for Nasser Al Malki, who made a great start as he was last in the grid and managed to be in fourth place already in the second lap. Al Malki kept the fourth position almost the whole race , very close to Nina Prinz who finally lost her third position and finished in fourth place.

The fifth place was for Saeed Al Sulaiti who had some problems during the practice sessions but finally managed to set up the bike and get good results .

In the new category in the Superbike, Veterans category, the winner was the Irish Suzuki rider, Paul Etherton who finished in seventh place overall. British riders Martin Bexon and Mark Schulz, ended in second and third place respectively in the Veterans podium.

For Cudlin the second race was better and won it ahead of Al Naimi with a gap of 9.985. Al Naimi continued with his bike problems and finished again second in the race. The Qatari rider Saeed Al Sulaiti finished in third place.
In the second race , for the veterans category, the win was again for Paul Etherton and Mark Schulz finished in second place. The Kuwaiti rider Mujahed Al Khashram finished in third place in veterans.

Trophies were presented by Sheikh Atbi Al Sabah (Kuwait Quarter Mile Club Representative), Mr. Mohamed Saad Al Morraikhi (QMMF General Secretary) and Mr. Salah bin Eidan, Manager SIRBB Circuit Kuwait.

The next round of Qatar SUperbike will be on 16th & 17th October as the support race of the World Superbike Championship Qatar Round.

In the eventing, there was the official photo of the season with all the riders and Mr. Nasser Khalifa Al Attiyah, QMMF President, LIC General Manager and FIM Deputy President.

‘First of all I would like to really thank to all the riders and teams that participate in this championship. Today is the begining of the season and we are very happy to accommodate everybody again. We are very excited to have this championship started with more motivation from the teams and riders and for sure there will be a good action and good challenge between the riders .With the changes in this season, the slpit of the two categories, 1000cc and 600cc will give more accurate challenge to all the races , so we don’t have too many riders at the same time and too much traffic on the track and avoid any accident. Thanks to all the organzation and the media who support us and hope to have a great season’ said QMMF President.

Alex Cudlin
‘I am very happy with the results, obviously win the two races is perfect for the championshp, it is the way we wanted to start .The bike is a bit slower in the straight compared to Mishal and we need to fix this if it is posible for the next round to be more strong, but the chassis of the bike is perfect, the handling of the bike is very good and the team did a perfect job with the bike’ Cudlin said after winning the races.
‘In the first I had a problem with the chatter in the bike so Mishal was able to hold on to me for all the race but finally I managed to win the race’ said Cudling after race one.

Mishal Al Naimi
‘I am happy with the results. Yesterday I had some problems with my racing bike in the Qualifying and today I had to ride with another bike that had a problem with the gear box and I couldn’t go faster with this problem and fight close to Alex. For the next round , I will try to fix the problem with the gear box and try to push for the win. Thanks to Ooredoo for their support and to QMMF for the champioship’ Al Naimi said after the race.

AMA Pro SuperBike Race Two - New Jersey Motorsports Park - 2014

AMA Pro Road Racing's premier class closes out the 2014 season in the fastest fashion possible, with the final race at New Jersey Motorsports Park's Kawasaki Devil's Showdown. With his fourth SuperBike No. 1 plate already received, Josh Hayes looks to close out his season with a win.

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Conor's Coming! Honda Superbike! Isle of Man TT 2015 - Road Racing - 200mph!

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Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship - Round 1 - May 29, 2016

Round 1
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