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Harris resting up for qualifying

Hydrex Honda’s Karl Harris is still recovering from a nasty bout of food poisoning and cut his final free practice session short to rest for the Swan Combi 50 Roll for Pole qualifying session. He finished in second place during third free practice and worked hard to catch up on time lost yesterday. His Crew Chief, Mick Shanley said: “He’s ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Andrews riding with broken wrist

Simon Andrews has been racing his MSS Colchester Kawasaki for the past four weeks with a broken scaphoid in his left wrist. The injury was sustained during a test at Snetterton ahead of the BSB round there but wasn’t diagnosed until yesterday (Friday 6th July). Andrews explained: ”We tested at Snetterton and we had made a change to the bike. ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Camier leads in Scotland

Airwaves Yamaha’s Leon Camier once again headed the time sheets during free practice three at Knockhill in Scotland, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship. The championship leader jumped into P1 with 25 minutes of the session left to run with a time of 49.277secs which no one else was able to challenge. The session suffered two ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Hutchy's embarrassing crash

Ian Hutchinson managed to crash his Padgetts Honda during “Superbikes in the Square presented by Swan,” when a demonstration wheelie went wrong. The TT winner managed to flip his 600cc during the publicity event which was held in George Square. John McGuinness, his Padgetts team-mate, got a full on view of the incident as he was right behind him. Since ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Walker enjoying it

Chris Walker is loving his time with the Motorpoint Henderson Yamaha team as he gets the grip with the all new Yamaha. Walker said: “I’m really enjoying it and the lads are good, they know Yamahas inside and out. This is a different beast but I’m getting used to the new bike. We are developing it ourselves so we expected ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Rain stops play

As forecast, the rain kicked in at Knockhill just ten minutes into the second free practice session, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship. In the dry it was Glen Richards who set the pace with a 49.668secs lap time, an improvement on his morning session where he lapped in 50.002secs aboard his HM Plant Honda. As ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Positive start for MSS Colchester Kawasaki

Nick Morgan, Team Manager of MSS Colchester Kawasaki was pleased with his team’s positive start to the sixth round of the ViSK British Superbike Championship at Knockhill in Scotland. Simon Andrews, fresh from his top ten finish at Donington Park World Superbikes, ran in third place for a large part of the session before a late charge from James Ellison ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Sight seeing for Lowry

Relentless Suzuki’s Ian Lowry described his first session at Knockhill as a spot of “sight-seeing,” since he had to find he way found on a Superbike for the first time. The Superbike rookie is gradually finding his way in the top flight class with his best result to date last time out at Snetterton. He finished in a creditable fifth ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Camier leads first free practice

The first free practice session for round six of the ViSK.com British Superbike got under way at Knockhill in Scotland, in dry sunny conditions. Normal service was resumed by Leon Camier on the Airwaves Yamaha lapping in 49.492secs a second off the lap record of 48.474secs.  The main challenge came from Stuart Easton aboard his Hydrex Honda; the talented Scott ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

Donington WSB: Spies whitewashes race two

Ben Spies has taken his second race win at Donington Park coming over the line 6.622 seconds clear of Leon Haslam who took second place for the Stiggy Honda team and his British fans. Michel Fabrizo on the Xerox Ducati took third keeping another Brit, Shane Byrne off the podium. The title chase is now on as Noriyuki Haga crashed ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • World Superbikes
  • 28 June 2009

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