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Nov 06

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Shane Byrne claims his first double win of 2012

Shane Byrne claimed his first double win of the 2012 British Superbike Championship season as the Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki rider again held off a hard-charging Josh Brookes. Michael Laverty again had a characteristic flying start to the race onboard the Samsung Honda to lead on the opening lap from Byrne and Brookes, but race one winner Bryne wasn't settling for second...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (22 July 2012 22:18)

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Aug 02

Posts: 725

grayzx7r says:


They say the cream always rises to the top, how true.just shows how determination, after a 'poor' oulton ( no wins !) can sometimes be the deciding factor. Well done shaky, my tip for the top.

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Dec 08

Posts: 81

Different Class

Well done Shakey - U, Josh and Tommy are a different class. Rest of them can forget it

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Feb 10

Posts: 198

wesley01 says:

awesome shaky and kawasaki!

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Aug 10

Posts: 507

shawno76 says:

Well done Shakey.  Didn't see the race, but sounded pure class!! 

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