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Westmoreland competes shakedown at home circuit

Simon Patterson, 16 March 2014 09:30

James Westmoreland has completed his first test of 2014 for the Buildbase BMW team, taking to the track at Mallory Park, the circuit now co-managed by team boss Stuart Hicken, to shake down the team’s BMW S1000RRs. Westmoreland was the sole rider to ride at the test for the team, with the squad’s other rider, three times BSB champion Ryuichi ...

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Pirelli to offer free BSB tickets to customers

Simon Patterson, 16 March 2014 09:00

Prielli have launched a deal that will give customers the opportunity to attend the 2014 MCE British Superbike Championship, where Pirelli are the official tyre supplier, for free, simply by purchasing any of a wide range of Pirelli tyres. The deal is open to customers buying  buying the Diablo Supercorsa SP track and road tyres, the sport touring Angel GT, ...

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Triumph Tristar R&G Triple Challenge ready to rock for 2014

Simon Patterson, 15 March 2014 13:30

The Triumph Triple Challenge will be back for 2014, with the Daytona 675 one-make series officially set to be launched at London’s iconic Ace Café on the 5th April, with organisers T3 Racing also unveiling their National Superstock 600 rider Aleix Aulestia. The series, which runs alongside nine rounds of the MCE British Superbike Championship, provides some of the tightest ...

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Kirkham returns to track in Valencia test

Simon Patterson, 15 March 2014 09:30

Jon Kirkham has returned to track for the first time in 2014, as he completed his first test of the year for the Tsingtao WK Kawasaki team at Valencia, alongside National Superstock 1000 teammates Danny Buchan, Kyle Wilks and Ben Godfrey. Making the switch from BMW’s S1000RR to the Kawasaki ZX-10Rs prepared by MSS Performance, Kirkham says the test was ...

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Hutchinson completes hundreds of laps in Spanish testing

Anonymous, 14 March 2014 15:30

Ian Hutchinson has had a successful return to two wheels for the first time since winning the Macau Grand Prix in November, and only his second time on a bike since the onslaught of surgery and recovery it took to prevent him from losing his leg in a 2010 crash. The five-in-a-week TT winner completed a three day test at ...

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Waters to race Suzuka with Yoshimura

Simon Patterson, 11 March 2014 15:56

Yoshimura Suzuki have announced their main rider line-up for the Suzuka 8 hours, with Tyco Suzuki MCE British Superbike racer Josh Waters joining Takuya Tsuda, last year’s runner-up with the team, as Shell also come onboard as title sponsor. Double Australian champion Waters has previous history with the Japanese family-run team, finishing in second at Suzuka back in 2011 with ...

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Honda announce 2014 British plans

Simon Patterson, 11 March 2014 11:58

Honda Racing UK have finalised their 2014 British championship racing plans, with three machines in the National Superstock 1000 series alongside their already confirmed wildcard appearances in the main MCE British Superbike class. Former Australian champion Jason O’Halloran will remain with the team but make the move from 600cc to 1000cc, and is joined by World Endurance rider Freddy Foray ...

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Hopper at home on Tyco Suzuki

Simon Patterson, 10 March 2014 16:50

Former MotoGP podium finisher John Hopkins says that he feels at home already on the Tyco Suzuki machine he will compete in the 2014 MCE British Superbike championship on, with the similarities to his former crescent Suzuki helping him to adapt to the new machine. “We took my base setting from what it was on the Crescent bike and haven’t ...

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Philip Neil: “Waters has that big smile back”

Simon Patterson, 10 March 2014 16:47

Former Australian Superbike champion Josh Waters has left Cartagena having made positive steps forwards on his Suzuki return, after a woeful 2013 season on the Milwaukee Yamaha, finishing the test with lap times comparable to that of his new teammate John Hopkins. The Aussie, who has enjoyed considerable successes in the past with Suzuki, was able to lower his lap ...

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Seeley pleased with Cartagena progress

Simon Patterson, 10 March 2014 16:43

Alastair Seeley has left a four day test at Cartagena pleased with the progress he has made with his new Mar-Train team, with the Ulsterman able to run competitive times not only on his British Supersport R6 Yamaha but also on the ZX-10 machinery he’ll use at the North West 200. Seeley said: “We’ve now found a decent base setting ...


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