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Brands Hatch BSB: Broc Parkes tops Friday practice

Phil Wain, 07 August 2009 18:03

The World Superbike pairing of Broc Parkes and Sheridan Morais topped the timesheets in free practice at Brands Hatch on Friday afternoon in preparation for this weekend’s British Superbike round. The Paul Bird Motorsport riders were almost half a second quicker than the rest of the field with Stuart Easton leading the regular BSB field in third. After the morning’s ...

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Four more for Farquhar

Phil Wain, 04 August 2009 10:36

Ryan Farquhar's dominance of the 2009 Irish national road races continued at the Mid Antrim 150 on Saturday with yet another four wins. The KMR Kawasaki took his fourth successive four-timer as he claimed the Superbike, Grand Final, Supersport 600cc and Supertwins races to make it an astounding 49 wins for the season. The opening Superbike race saw Farquhar get ...

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Farquhar takes four wins at Faugheen

Phil Wain, 31 July 2009 10:08

It seems like there’s no stopping Ryan Farquhar in the Irish national road races. For the third meeting in a row, the Dungannon man  racked up four wins in a day – this time at the Faugheen 50 Road Races. The KMR Kawasaki rider was never headed throughout the day and took the chequered flag in the Open, Grand Final, ...

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'Reckless' Brookes banned for two BSB rounds

Phil Wain, 21 July 2009 11:43

HM Plant Honda rider Josh Brookes has been handed a two event (four race) ban after causing a massive pile-up at the Mallory Park Hairpin in Sunday's first BSB race. Brookes lost control of his bike on the brakes and skittled race leader Simon Andrews to trigger a seven-bike pile up which brought out the red flag. No riders were ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Race 2 results

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 18:10

Leon Camier has won a rain hit second British Superbike race at Mallory Park this afternoon to maintain his Championship lead. The race was held in torrential rain and was ultimately red flagged after 15 laps due to standing water on the entrance to Gerrards but with less than two thirds race distance completed, only half points were awarded and ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Riders and team managers fuming after crash

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 17:05

Riders and team managers are still fuming after the incident in today’s opening British Superbike race at Mallory Park when Josh Brookes triggered a crash that saw six of the leading runners eliminated. Stuart Hicken, team boss of Buildbase Kawasaki, saw his rider John Laverty miss out on at least a sixth place finish when he crashed on oil left ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Race 1 results

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 14:16

James Ellison has taken a dramatic victory in today’s first British Superbike race at Mallory Park in one of the most controversial races in the premier class’ history. The red flag came out on the 23rd lap after fourth placed Josh Brookes lost control at the hairpin taking out long time race leader Simon Andrews and in the ensuing melee ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Sunday Morning warm-up

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 12:03

Tommy Hill topped the times in a slightly damp warm-up session at Mallory Park this morning where, with spots of rain in the air, lap times were three seconds down initially from those set in qualifying yesterday. However, the track continually dried up as the session wore on and, despite only completing six laps, Hill’s time of 56.924s saw him ...

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BSB Mallory Park : Qualifying results

Phil Wain, 18 July 2009 18:01

Leon Camier extended his run of British Superbike pole positions to five when he again took first place in this afternoon’s qualifying session at Mallory Park. The 22-year old overcame engine problems in free practice to post a time of 56.016s as he got the better of Tommy Hill by just under two tenths of a second. “It’s been a ...

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BSB: Walker - happy to be back at Mallory

Phil Wain, 18 July 2009 14:18

After a tough start to the 2009 British Superbike season, Chris Walker has enjoyed a resurgence in form of late and that shows no signs of slowing down at Mallory Park this weekend. The Leicestershire circuit was where Walker had his first ever race meeting back in 1994 and has enjoyed some of his best ever moments around the 1.4-mile ...


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