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GBmoto field Quigley and Palmer in BSB

Gary Pinchin, 11 January 2012 09:04

Luke Quigley joins Tristan Palmer in the GBmoto Honda BSB team for this year.  Both are very respected superstock racers and could become the new breed of superbike star – their careers regenerated by the 2012 BSB regulations that will curb horsepower and ban the majority of electronic rider aids to produce bikes that demand a lot more throttle control ...

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Hutchy in BSB with Hill at Swan Yamaha

Gary Pinchin, 21 December 2011 09:08

Ian Hutchinson’s fightback from career-threatening leg injuries has been rewarded with a superbike ride in the title-winning Swan Yamaha team, alongside defending champion Tommy Hill. Hutchinson had been plotting his comeback with the team in the British Supersport ranks for 2012, but after his brilliant comeback third place at Macau team boss Shaun Muir has promoted him to the BSB ...

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Seeley back in BSB with Tyco Suzuki

Gary Pinchin, 07 December 2011 15:58

British Supersport champion Alastair Seeley finally signed on the dotted line to race in BSB next year for the Tyco TAS Suzuki team. After Seeley wrapped up the BSB title last year, it was assumed he would automatically stay with TAS Racing and move back up to BSB where he rode an impressive rookie year in 2010. But Seeley wanted ...

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Laverty and Kirkham with Honda Racing in 2012

Gary Pinchin, 22 November 2011 13:09

Honda Racing will field Michael Laverty and Jon Kirkham in BSB next year. Laverty finished fourth in BSB this year on a Swan Yamaha but turned down an offer to stay with them to ride for Honda. He said: "It is an exciting prospect for me to be joining Honda in 2012. It was unexpected and it is always a ...

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Team WFR sign Alex Lowes

Gary Pinchin, 16 November 2011 10:28

Team WFR Honda has brought Alex Lowes back into their fold alongside 2011 BSB Evo sensation Graeme Gowland and James Westmoreland for the 2012 British Superbike season. Following a brilliant start in the Evo class at the first thee rounds of the 2011 BSB season, he left the team after refusing to sign a long-term management contract but both parties ...

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Michael Dunlop’s Ulster treble

Gary Pinchin, 15 August 2011 10:35

Michael Dunlop had never won an Ulster Grand Prix going into this year’s event – but he left the Dundrod course on Saturday evening after being proclaimed the Man of the Meeting after three sensational race wins. The major highlights of the meeting came from the two Supersort races – both featuring bitter battles with his elder brother William whose ...

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Martin turns tables on Dunlop at Southern 100

Gary Pinchin, 14 July 2011 09:58

Guy Martin reversed the odds in the superbike class at the Southern 100 when he beat Michael Dunlop in last night's Senior race – after Dunlop had won the previous evening. But any chance of them continuing their on-track feud was scuppered when the 600 race was stopped for a crash and racing abandoned for the evening. Dunlop was leading Martin at ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: Has the future of the TT changed?

Gary Pinchin, 10 June 2011 10:54

Has the future of the TT changed forever after Wednesday’s Supersport debacle? Early morning rain delayed the start of the race and there were still damp patches reported around the course when everyone homed in the revised race start. A decision was taken to run the parade lap with Nicky Hayden, Mick Doohan and co, ahead of the first race ...

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Isle of Man TT: Supersport race red-flagged

Gary Pinchin, 08 June 2011 13:27

Today’s Supersport race has been red-flagged during the early stages of the second lap due to rain falling around the course. Race leader Michael Dunlop had built a 10.69s cushion over his brother William when the race was stopped but it was too late for Keith Amor who had crashed at Union Mills, and Mark Parrett who went down at ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: Incredible highs and desperate lows

Gary Pinchin, 07 June 2011 10:17

The TT continues to live up to its unenviable reputation of delivering incredible highs and desperate lows. In a split second a life is lost in a horrible high-speed crash. Not long after, racing continues as normal – with the number 16 starting slot empty. That was Derek Brien’s number in yesterday’s Supersport race. He was the rider who died ...

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