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Harley XR1200 series ready to rumble

Gary Pinchin, 02 October 2009 15:13

The much talked-about Harley-Davidson XR1200 series will thunder into life at BSB meetings next year. After almost a year of development with Harris Performance, registrations have opened for next year’s ten-race, eight event series. Competing in the series costs £13,000, including the cost of the bike, a full race kit developed by Harris and a Dunlop tyre deal and already ...

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Leon Camier can win title at Silverstone

Gary Pinchin, 23 September 2009 13:47

Leon Camier can wrap up the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship in the opening race of this Sunday’s penultimate round at Silverstone. The Airwaves Yamaha rider sits on a 99.5 point advantage with a string of 16 race victories and only needs to finish ahead of his nearest rival and team-mate James Ellison in the opening 20-lap race to secure ...

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Simon Andrews plans busy off season

Gary Pinchin, 16 September 2009 16:54

What do you do if you are a BSB rider when the off-season comes? You carry on racing of course. Take Simon Andrews. He outlined his future plans for MCN: “I’m doing Daytona 8H the week after Oulton with Gary Mason and maybe another British rider – and we’re all probably going to ride in the same team. “Then I’m ...

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Croft BSB preview: Another Camier benefit?

Gary Pinchin, 13 September 2009 09:30

On paper it looks like it could be another win or two for Leon Camier on the Airwaves Yamaha at Croft today in the tenth round. He qualified pole 0.85s quicker than his nearest rival but everything at Croft hangs on the start – with such a long run from the line into the fast first corner. And Camier, for the most part ...

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2010 BSB rules debate: Philip Neil

Gary Pinchin, 21 August 2009 14:38

The big debate on the future of the BSB technical regulations is on. BSB Race Director Stuart Higgs has stated his opinion. Now MCN opens the debate to the team bosses. BSB ran FIM regs in 2007, went to a more restrictive supersport-tune engine format last year and is now back to FIM spec again. The talk is now about ...

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Rutter to ride Andrews’ Kawasaki at Brands

Gary Pinchin, 06 August 2009 15:35

Michael Rutter has been drafted into the MSS Discovery Kawasaki team for this weekends’ Brands Hatch BSB triple-header. Rutter replaces injured Simon Andrews whose is not fit enough to ride after recent surgery to repair the scaphoid he injured in testing at Snetterton test. Andrews only discovered it was broken four weeks later at Knockhill on July 6  but race ...

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Official GSE Racing history

Gary Pinchin, 13 February 2009 10:17

GSE Racing, the most successful British superbike race team of all time, has released a limited edition book, ‘From Diggers to Ducatis,’ charting the history of the team since its inception in 1996. But more than recounting the amazing success story of Darrell Healey’s race team, this is book about the history of Ducati in superbike racing. Healey’s GSE Group ...

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British Superbikes: Aaron Zanotti on Hydrex Honda for final two rounds

Gary Pinchin, 19 September 2007 11:13

British Superbikes privateer Aaron Zanotti switches to a Hydrex Honda alongside regular rider Karl Harris for the final two rounds of the series but is not leaving the SMT team he has raced for this year. The aim, according to SMT’s Alec Tague, is to get 25-year-old Aaron Zanotti up to speed on the Honda he’ll be racing in 2008 ...

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British Superbike re-affirms 2008 regulations

Gary Pinchin, 08 August 2007 10:49

British Superbike took the unprecedented step of issuing the following press release during the World Superbikes weekend at Brands Hatch. This was to confirm it’s intentions of going to more superport-spec engine regulations for the series year which falls into line with the rule changes the AMA and All Japan domestic series appear to be planning – but which are ...

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British Superbikes: Alex Camier replaces Peter Hickman on Hawk Kawasaki ZX-10

Gary Pinchin, 07 August 2007 16:05

There will be two Camiers racing in British Superbikes this weekend at Croft when Alex lines up on the same grid as elder brother Leon.  Alex Camier, who celebrated his 19th birthday on July 18, is replacing Peter Hickman in the Hawk Kawasaki team while Leon continues on the Bike Animal Honda. Hawk Kawasaki team boss Stuart Hicken said: “Peter, ...

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