Snetterton BSB test: Smrz tops final session Padgett's Honda man Jakub Smrz bagged top spot in the final MCE British Superbike test session of the day at Snetterton with a last lap of 1'48.914 which also made him the quickest rider across all three sessions. The Czech-born former World Superbike man ... 06/25/2013 - 4:09 am | View Link
Smrz tops Donington qualifying from Rea Rain inhibited the early part of the 45-minute session, but with the track drying a flurry of late times put Briton Jonathan Rea (Honda) second ahead of Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati). Local hero Leon Haslam (BMW Motorrad Motorsport) was fourth with ... 12/4/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Smrz takes second Tissot-Superpole of 2012 season There were some tricky conditions for qualifying but I managed to get a good rhythm and keep improving. I thought I had pole and I did until Kuba came past on the last lap!” Sylvain Guintoli: “I’m really happy because it’s not easy when you’re ... 08/3/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Smrz gets superpole in Utah Jonathan Rea (Honda World Superbike Team) was fifth, Monza pole Sylvain Guintoli (Team Effenbert Liberty Racing) sixth, and Max Biaggi (Aprilia Racing) seventh. Irishman Eugene Laverty (Aprilia Racing) managed eighth, despite not being able to set a final ... 05/27/2012 - 12:03 pm | View Link
Smrz on provisional pole Jakub Smrz took provisional pole at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah ahead of Monday's US round of the World Superbike Championship, The Czech posted a best lap of 1:49.842 to knock Carlos Checa off the top of the timesheets. The Liberty Ducati rider ... 05/27/2012 - 12:02 pm | View Link
Mike Nolan knows his second season as Falcons defensive coordinator has been a borderline disaster.
He's not sure if coach Mike Smith and Atlanta's front office will want him back next year, but the uncertainty hasn't stopped Nolan from tinkering with his personnel and schemes to find the right formula.
It hasn't been easy.
When the reports started coming down yesterday that the Knicks were seeking Kyle Lowry from the Raptors in exchange for a package including a 2018 first-rounder, it sounded eminently logical. Not in the "that's a smart move" sense, but in the "of course the Knicks are going to give up on a draft that's five years away" sense.
Barcelona has signed a sponsorship deal with Intel, whose logo may never be seen despite being on the jerseys of the Spanish league champions.
The four-year deal with the American semiconductor chip maker is worth a reported $34 million.
The phrase "Intel Inside" will be placed on the inside front of the jersey, meaning it may be seen only when a player lifts his shirt over his head in celebration.