Amor up for North West battle
It’s 75 degrees in the shade with hardly a breath of air, and the sun is glistening off the tarmac; in the distance, the diminutive figure of what can only be a top motorcycle racer’s silhouette, can be seen jogging around the circuit, plugged into the Sex Pistols on his iPod and thinking, ‘this is definitely the life.’
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