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Mason signs for MSS Kawasaki

Gary Pinchin, 16 December 2009 11:23

BSB Cup Champion Gary Mason lines-up alongside Simon Andrews on the MSS Colchester Kawasaki in BSB next year. Mason got the nod ahead of Chris Walker and Karl Harris – both arguably with more experience. After a spell of racing Stateside, he returned to BSB in 2008 and after two years of hard graft, and the BSB Cup title this ...

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Seeley confirmed for Relentless

Gary Pinchin, 01 December 2009 11:57

Superstock champion Alasitair Seeley has been confirmed as a Relentless by TAS Suzuki rider for 2010 – but what’s now clear yet is whether he’ll race a full BSB bike or ride an Evo-spec bike as the third member of the team. Team boss Philip Neill said: “Alistair definitely has a ride with us next year but we’re still in ...

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Neil Hodgson at North Yorkshire chat show

Gary Pinchin, 24 November 2009 16:48

Former World and British Superbike Champion Neil Hodgson is the guest for the North Yorkshire Road Racing Supporters Club chat show, tonight, Tuesday 24th November. Hodgson will be discussing with Larry ‘Scoop’ Carter his racing career spanning BSB, World Superbike, MotoGP, AMA Superbike - and his return to the BSB Series in 2010 with Motorpoint Yamaha. The club night takes ...

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Tommy with Worx Suzuki

Gary Pinchin, 11 November 2009 10:09

Tommy Hill lines up with Yukio Kagayama in the Worx Suzuki BSB team next year.Hill was at Crescent Suzuki in Verwood last Thursday to sign his 2010 contract with the team and told MCN:  “I had a lot of interest in me but it all came down to two main options, Hydrex Honda or Worx Suzuki. I opted for Suzuki ...

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McDougall teams with East Coast Racing for BSB

Gary Pinchin, 06 November 2009 15:38

Pat McDougall will race Phil Reed’s ex-Karl Harris Yamaha R1 in BSB next year. Discussions started after McDougal rode successfully for Reed’s East Caost Racing team at the Silverstone British Endurance Championship round in September. McDougal said: "It's a fantastic opportunity for me to move onto the R1 superbike.  I can’t wait to get testing starting in Spain in early ...

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Hodgson close to Motorpoint Yamaha deal

Gary Pinchin, 02 November 2009 12:26

Neil Hodgson is thought to be close to agreeing terms to ride for Rob McElnea’s Motorpoint Yamaha team next year. McElnea was the former WSB champion’s first port of call when he visited the Croft BSB round back in September – when Hodgson admitted to MCN he was looking to make a return to BSB. And he’s also to visit ...

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Andrews survives monster crash

Gary Pinchin, 15 October 2009 12:11

Simon Andrews was concussed, battered and bruised after he had barrel-rolled across the gravel trap on the first lap of the final race at Oulton on Sunday. The MSS Kawasaki rider had finished sixth and ninth (with a stone through the radiator casuing his engine to overheat) in the previous two races but highsided at the brow of the hill ...

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Guintoli operation

Gary Pinchin, 15 October 2009 11:59

Sylvain Guintoli was due in surgery today to have one screw removed from the plates and pins that were used to repair the tibia and fibula smashed in his Donington Park crash early in the season. Guintoli told MCN: They are taking out one of the screws just below my knee that seems to be inflaming the joint. My leg ...

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Tommy Hill aims for Oulton podium

Gary Pinchin, 08 October 2009 17:58

Tommy Hill goes to the final MCE British Superbike round at Oulton Park this weekend, still aiming to achieve his goal of at least one podium finish this year. He said: “At Silverstone we improved the result from Croft, and had two consistent top five finishes, but as I said in the interviews at the time, I still haven't achieved ...

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Valentine says keep FIM superbike rules

Gary Pinchin, 02 October 2009 15:22

Worx Suzuki team boss Jack Valentine is not convinced that the new Evo rules that call fro superstock engines and control ECUs are the way forward for BSB. He told MCN: “The FIM superbike rules (which allow full engine tuning and full engine management systems) are by far the best. Suzuki’s philosophy is that want to follow the FIM too. ...

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