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Motocourse is a hit!

If Santa didn't bring you a copy of the 2008/09 Motocourse annual you were hoping for this Christmas then now is the perfect chance for you to get hold of it in time for the 2009 season.

The iconic yearbook, which is in its 33rd year of publication, is the perfect compliment to what has been an outstanding year of two-wheeled action, with Valentino Rossi storming to his sixth MotoGP title, Troy Bayliss concluding his career with another World Superbike trophy and Shane Byrne reviving his career with a dominant British Superbike win.

In addition, the AMA season and the Isle of Man TT is reviewed, while it is all backed up with in-depth statistics, eye-catching photography and opinion from some of the sport's most notable figures - including Rossi himself!

However, with major online distributors, including Amazon, placing Motocourse, as well as its sister Autocourse publication, on their sports book best sellers list over the course of the Christmas period, stocks are falling fast.

So, now is the best time for you to get your hands on 272 pages of everything two-wheeled - simply CLICK HERE to get your copy today!

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DI Laffing - Unregistered

December 31, 2008 1:32 AM

Ah, so it is the season of goodwill to all men I see as small minded and no doubt jealous individuals seek to deride Crash for promoting their excellent books, why not I ask, have you nothing to promote yourselves, or is it that whatever you have is not worth promoting or doesn't even get into the top 100,000 of anything worth having. Well done Crash, not only are you leading the way on the web but you're also doing it in books, maybe you'll start a magazine next or a TV channel, now wouldn't that give your detractors something to whine about. There are such bad losers out there, maybe it's because they can't copy your stories of self promotion and pass them off as their own!

Calvin _

December 30, 2008 2:31 PM
Last Edited 3097 days ago

Get it while you can. News just in that Kawasaki are poised to quit MotoGp with immediate effect. How many other manufacturers are close? Of course, you may say that Kawasaki are no great loss, but in these uncertain times, the loss of any manufacturer is cause for regret.

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