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Mixed BSB return so far for McGuinness

Phil Wain, 30 August 2009 14:50

TT legend John McGuinness is having his first British Superbike outing this weekend in almost four years and it's proving to be a mixed bag so far for the HM Plant Honda rider. You have to go back to Silverstone 2005 to find the last time the Morecambe man featured in the BSB results when he had a handful of ...

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Keith Amor signs with JMF/Millsport Yamaha for 2010

Phil Wain, 29 August 2009 10:30

Keith Amor has today ended weeks of speculation by signing for the JMF/Millsport Yamaha team for the 2010 season with the news coming just a week after it emerged that he had ended his successful partnership with Wilson Craig Racing. The announcement also puts him in an enviable situation, having his deal for 2010 already signed with many of his ...

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BSB Brands Hatch: Sunday morning warm-up

Phil Wain, 09 August 2009 11:02

As has been the trend for the majority of the weekend, Leon Camier and Broc Parkes were again top of the British Superbike tree at Brands Hatch as they posted the first and second fastest times in Sunday morning warm-up. Lapping close to the times posted in yesterday’s first race, Camier showed his class once more with a time of ...

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BSB Brands Hatch: Race 1 report

Phil Wain, 08 August 2009 17:58

Leon Camier underlined his dominance of this season’s British Superbike Championship when he took Saturday’s opening race at Brands Hatch. The Airwaves Yamaha rider had to overcome the fast starting Broc Parkes but once he hit the front on lap 10, he slowly eked out an advantage, eventually taking the win, his 12th of the year, by 1.9 seconds. It ...

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BSB Brands Hatch: Saturday morning practice

Phil Wain, 08 August 2009 14:51

Normal British Superbike service was resumed at Brands Hatch on Saturday morning when Leon Camier posted the fastest time in the final free practice session. The Airwaves Yamaha dominated proceedings and ended the short 25-minute session over half a second clear of Sheridan Morais whilst he was also the only rider in the 1m26s bracket. Morais again impressed on the ...

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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: 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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BSB Mallory : Brogan enjoying Superbike outing

Phil Wain, 18 July 2009 14:00

Reigning National Superstock champion Steve Brogan has been making steady progress so far this weekend at Mallory as he has his first Superbike outing since 2005. Brogan, deputising for the injured Glen Richards at HM Plant Honda, only rode the bike for the first time on Wednesday when he took part in three 20-minute practice sessions at Mallory but was ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Free practice report

Phil Wain, 18 July 2009 13:35

Tommy Hill again set the pace for Sunday’s British Superbike round at Mallory Park, topping the third and final free practice session just as he had done throughout the opening day. The 24-year old set a best time of 56.251s to top the time sheets by two tenths of a second from surprise second placed man Richard Cooper. The Nottingham ...

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Snetterton BSB: Camier wins first Snetterton race

Phil Wain, 21 June 2009 14:26

Leon Camier has taken the first British Superbike Championship race at Snetterton today, coming home ahead of the Honda duo of Stuart Easton and Josh Brookes. The original race was stopped on the fourth lap after Tom Tunstall’s engine blew, depositing oil on the circuit at Sears, with the race subsequently decided over 18 laps.  It was Stuart Easton who ...

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