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Miller relaxed about potential MotoGP move

Nothing much gets the rising Aussie star in a lather, and so it is with the constant speculation about where he will be riding in 2015

Rutledge finishes second in world MX

The Picton rider was second in both races at the final round, but it wasn’t enough to take top spot from defending champion Kiara Fontanesi

Australia third in SWC opener

After one of ‘those’ meetings -- two engine failures and three exclusions – the Aussies will now have to contest a race-off if they hope to make the final

Haslam and van der Mark claim Suzuka

The Briton and Dutchman have again joined forces with local rider Takumi Takahashi to win the dramatic and incident-packed race

Rutledge chasing Australia’s first MX world title

The Kawasaki-backed rider from Picton is only four points from the championship lead heading into the final round in the Czech Republic

Allerton crowned 2014 ASBK champion

The third championship for the New South Welshman, and undoubtedly the easiest with the grid missing a host of top names

Ten Aussies for 8-hour action

The iconic Suzuka 8-hour world endurance race in Japan has attracted a healthy field of high-flying Australians, both locally and overseas based

Walker wins Romaniacs

Graham Jarvis is no longer the king of the Carpathian Mountains in Romania after fellow Brit Johnny Walker won this year’s event after a tough struggle

Price closes in AORC

Toby Price has tightened his already vice-like grip on the 2014 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship with yet more commanding wins in NSW

Ducati factory duo to stay put

Cal Crutchlow and Andrea Dovizioso have confirmed they will remain with Ducati for the 2015 MotoGP season, while Andrea Iannone will receive greater support

Jonny Walker turns it on at Romaniacs

The annual extreme enduro has started in Romania, and KTM’s Jonny Walker has burst out of the blocks, ahead of defending champion Graham Jarvis

Jay Marmont calls time

Thirty-one-year-old Jay Marmont will call it a day at the end of 2014, with seven national motocross and supercross titles on his CV

Marquez ‘pits’ his skill, Miller superb

The German Grand Prix at Sachsenring saw Marc Marquez continue his winning ways, while Australian Jack Miller’s retort after his Assen crash was emphatic

Ward third in Cardiff

World speedway’s annual showpiece has seen American Greg Hancock continue to cast his spell over the Welsh venue, while Australia’s Darcy Ward was third

Melandri and Sykes the Laguna masters

The 2014 world superbike title made its way to America, and it was Marco Melandri and championship leader Tom Sykes who tamed Laguna Seca