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BSB Oulton Park Race 1: Camier storms through to victory

MCN, 04 May 2009 14:09

The poor weather conditions did nothing to dampen the ferocity of the first race in BSB at Oulton Park. Stuart Easton and Karl Harris charged into an early lead on their Hydrex Hondas but a red flag on lap 3 caused a restart and a return to qualifying positions. Laverty had crashed out and briefly lost consciousness. The race was ...

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Oulton Park BSB: Leon Camier takes pole

Anonymous, 03 May 2009 17:00

Yamaha rider Leon Camier has taken the first pole position of his career at Oulton Park, ahead of Honda's Stuart Easton. 1. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Yamaha 1min 35.657secs2. Stuart Easton GBR Hydrex Honda 1min 35.976secs3. Karl Harris GBR Hydrex Honda 1min 36.087secs4. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Worx Crescent Suzuki 1min 36.094secs5. Simon Andrews GBR MSS Colchester Kawasaki 1min 36.123secs6. James ...

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Simon Andrews sidelined after Mallory crash

Gary Pinchin, 26 March 2009 17:03

MSS Kawasaki rider Simon Andrews missed today’s BSB test at Brands Hatch and will also miss Friday’s test at Snetterton after crashing at Mallory yesterday. The 24 year-old from Evesham crashed on the entry into Gerrards after being blown off line by a strong gust of wind. He was hit by his ZX-10 in the crash and suffered heavy bruising ...

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Airwaves Yamaha cancel testing

Gary Pinchin, 23 March 2009 09:50

Reigning British Superbike Champions, GSE Racing, the team running the Airwaves Yamahas for Leon Camier and James Ellison in BSB this year, has announced the postponement of their European test schedule. While Yamaha rivals Rob Mac Racing have been testing on six different days in the UK, GSE had planned six days in Spain, starting last week but MCN understands ...

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No one-bike rule for BSB in 2009

Gary Pinchin, 03 February 2009 11:58

BSB won’t be adopting a one-bike per rider rule for 2009 according to Series Director Stuart Higgs. HM Plant Honda and Rob Mac Racing are two teams that have already committed to have only one bike for each of their superbike riders, while teams like Crescent Suzuki, Airwaves Yamaha and MSS Kawasaki are already building two per rider. Higgs said: ...

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Rob Mac Racing switch to K-Tech suspension

Gary Pinchin, 03 February 2009 11:39

The Motorpoint Henderson Yamahas of Chris Walker and Graeme Gowland, and Michael Rutter’s North West 200 Coca Cola Zero will be equipped with K-Tech suspension in BSB this year. K-Tech is one of the leading suspension specialist companies serving the BSB paddock (both Ohlins and Showa equipment) but has branched out as a manufacturer in their own right. Their new ...

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Higgs: ‘BSB TV is good – and well targeted’

Gary Pinchin, 24 January 2009 12:00

This week’s MCN interview with MSVR boss Jonathan Palmer, discussing how British Superbikes might be affected by the current economic situation, brought a swift reaction from his right-hand man and BSB Series Director Stuart Higgs. Although I felt pretty convinced by Palmer’s overall positive outlook in the interview, and felt that was the tone we reflected, Higgs took exception to ...

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HM Plant Honda cut back to one bike per rider

Gary Pinchin, 16 January 2009 13:11

HM Plant Honda team boss Neil Tuxworth has confirmed that the team will cut back to one bike per rider in 2009 for new BSB signings Glen Richards and Josh Brookes as part of a cost-cutting programme in the light of current global financial crisis. The HM Plant Honda team has always run two bikes per rider but have the ...

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GSE Racing’s Yamaha R1s arrive

Gary Pinchin, 14 January 2009 13:52

Two of GSE Racing’s four Yamaha R1s which they’ll race in the 2009 BSB series arrived this week and MCN were there to capture the moment. This is the first time since the team was established in 1997 that they will develop a superbike from a production road bike and as soon as the bikes were taken out the crate, ...

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BSB without title sponsor?

Gary Pinchin, 13 January 2009 15:21

The absence of Bennetts branding on the official British Superbike website has led to speculation that negotiations between the insurance company and BSB series promoters MSVR have broken down. BSB Series Director Stuart Higgs insists that is not the case but told MCN: “Bennetts are out of contract so we are not obliged to carry their branding on our website. ...

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