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06/01/2013 @ 11:34 pm, by Richard Mushet1 COMMENT

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Richard Mushet is a British photographer who has been known to cover motorcycle racing in it’s many forms. You can view his site here, and follow his Facebook page for more frequent updates over here: MushetPhoto.

Comment:

  1. The sidecar race was sick, you got to be crazy to ride this race on these crappy roads on a motorcycle, but sidecar drivers and passengers must be certified insane to do this with no suspension. Getting airborne over bumps and see the passenger flying completely off the bike. I saw the number four hit the wall at speed, picture of the damage posted here. Passing with a sidecar on those narrow road is just way too dangerous, with nearly 40 mile laps, they really should space them out more than 10 seconds at the start. At least 30 seconds is necessary.