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Oulton Park BSB: Hat Trick for Hill

Phil Wain, 09 July 2012 07:20

Swan Yamaha's Tommy Hill celebrated his first triple win in the British Superbike Championship by claiming the final race victory of the weekend at Oulton Park ahead of Shane Byrne and Josh Brookes, who snatched third from Noriyuki Haga on the last corner. Hill took the lead into Old Hall for the first time ahead of Michael Laverty and Josh Brookes, ...

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Oulton Park BSB: Sunday Race One, Hill Victorious

Phil Wain, 08 July 2012 14:21

Tommy Hill successfully made it two wins from two at Oulton Park on Sunday when he dominated the second British Superbike Championship race of the weekend. Leading from start to finish, the Swan Yamaha rider was again in imperious form and simply left his rivals trailing in his wake, eventually crossing the line over three seconds clear. Team-mate Noriyuki Haga occupied ...

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Oulton Park BSB: Hill successfully converted his pole position into a race win

Phil Wain, 07 July 2012 17:11

Tommy Hill successfully converted his pole position into a race win when he dominated Saturday's British Superbike Championship race at Oulton Park. The Swan Yamaha rider led from start to finish and although his cause was aided by a crash for Michael Laverty which delayed the group of riders behind him, his pace was consistently a few tenths of a ...

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Oulton Park BSB: Hill on Pole

Phil Wain, 07 July 2012 13:28

Tommy Hill set pole position for Saturday's opening British Superbike race at Oulton Park with a flying lap of 1m35.742s, the only rider to post a lap time in the 1'35s. With the threat of rain building up all the time, the on-track activity in the final 8-minute session was hectic to say the least with all riders eager to ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Ellison wins, Camier disqualified

Phil Wain, 31 August 2009 17:58

There was a sensational end to the second British Superbike race at Cadwell Park today when Leon Camier was excluded from the results after he failed to observe a black and orange flag on the final lap. The Championship leader had again dominated the race on his Airwaves Yamaha machine and was over 6 seconds clear on his penultimate lap ...

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Cadwell BSB: McConnell takes Supersport win

Phil Wain, 31 August 2009 17:05

Billy McConnell ensured the race for the British Supersport Championship title showed no signs of slowing down when he took the victory at Cadwell Park on Monday to reduce series leader Steve Plater’s lead to just two points. The MAP/Raceways Yamaha rider had been in superb form all weekend, in almost identical fashion to that of Yamaha counterpart Leon Camier ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Camier takes 15th race win

Phil Wain, 31 August 2009 14:42

Leon Camier took his fifth win in a row and his 15th of the season when he dominated the opening British Superbike race at Cadwell Park on Monday. Second off the line, Camier trailed early leader Stuart Easton for the first few laps before hitting the front for the first time on lap 4 and from there he was never ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Seeley claims Superstock title

Phil Wain, 31 August 2009 14:09

Alastair Seeley became the first British champion to be crowned in the 2009 season when he won today's Metzeler Superstock 1000cc race at Cadwell Park on his Relentless by TAS Suzuki. The win maintained his 100% record from the year having won all nine races held so far and with the Championship sewn up, the 29-year old is expected to ...

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Cadwell Park BSB: Leon Camier takes pole

Phil Wain, 30 August 2009 17:47

As expected, Leon Camier took pole position for Monday’s British Superbike round at Cadwell Park with another imperious performance in this afternoon’s ‘Roll for Pole’ qualifying. Having dominated every free practice session, the Championship leader was the only rider to lap below 1m28s and although he didn’t quite lap as quick as what he had done on Sunday morning, his ...

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Valentine delighted to have Guintoli back on track

Phil Wain, 30 August 2009 15:11

Worx Crescent Suzuki boss Jack Valentine is delighted to be working with Sylvain Guintoli again this weekend but admits he would have liked to have kept Tommy Hill on board too. The Englishman deputised for the injured Guintoli at the last two rounds, impressing considerably but with the Frenchman returning sooner than expected at Cadwell Park this weekend, he's had ...

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