Bikini shot of the day, indeed.
Though the big reveal was scheduled, as it has been in recent years, for tonight on The Late Show With David Letterman, a blogger went and leaked the…
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Team Pedercini’s Leandro Mercado will now not take part in the opening round of the 2012 Superbike World Championship at Phillip Island, after the 19 year-old Superbike debutant broke the radius bone in his right arm in a crash on his supermoto bike during a training session last week in Argentina.
On Monday “Tati” Mercado underwent an operation to speed up rehabilitation. He will be back for the second round at Imola, scheduled for April 1st, and his place at Phillip Island will be taken by Australian Bryan Staring. Bryan already took part in the race last year with the Italian Team – as a wild card – in the first round of the World Superbike at Phillip Island, finishing with a fifteenth and a seventeenth place in the two races.
“I’m really disappointed because I won’t be able to take part in the Phillip Island races as it was to be my Superbike debut,” said Mercado. “I was eager to compete in Australia hoping to obtain good results. I know the whole team worked extremely hard to prepare my bike for the first appointment of the season and now I’m forced to miss out on the race. Starting from next week, with the help of my doctors, I’ll start intensive rehabilitation to make sure that I’ll be in top condition for the second race in Imola”.
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The USGP Motocross Track features some of the world's toughest technical turns and steepest hills.
The Grand Prix MX at Glen Helen promises to be an exciting race as Europe's best riders match up against the top Americans.
Glen Helen Raceway is proud to announce the new track layout for the 2011 Monster Energy Motocross Grand Prix […]
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Right on cue, Google has launched in-app payment support for Android applications. Developer testing began last week, and now many popular apps — like the ones pictured above — can begin charging users for add-on functionality, content, or whatever the heck else they feel is worthy of additional bits of your pocket change. If you were wondering, Google will take the same 30% cut that Apple takes from in-app purchases.
At last we can buy individual issues in Comics with minimal fuss!
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Ferrari and HRT are to take part in the next FOTA Fans’ Forum in Barcelona later this month, despite having left the teams’ body. The Formula One Teams’ Association (FOTA) announced on Friday that its next event for fans will take place in Barcelona on February 29 – the night before the final pre-season test takes place. Representatives from McLaren, Mercedes GP, Ferrari, Williams, Caterham and HRT are to take part in the event, where they will field questions from fans
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