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Car maker Honda is recalling nearly a million vehicles worldwide to fix electric windows and computer systems.

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Crutchlow gives British plenty to cheer by leaving Lorenzo behind

MotoGP world champion outpaced by promising home rider during practice session for tomorrow's race

Motorcycling: Stoner proves no slouch as rain holds off to keep Lorenzo at bay

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