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Video: GSE Racing workshop tour

Rob Hull, 22 December 2008 13:22

As well as changing manufacturer to Yamaha from Ducati for 2009, GSE Racing has also moved into a new headquarters. The 2008 British Superbike Champions have moved into the former HQ of the Petronas World Superbike team. Based in Burton on Trent, the facility not only has a workshop, it also boasts meeting rooms, engine building rooms, enough space to ...

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James Ellison hoping for extended GSE career

Rob Hull, 22 December 2008 12:43

James Ellison has told MCN that he’d love to race for GSE Racing for more than just 2009. The 28-year old penned a year-long contract with the 2008 British Superbike Championship winning team. But in an exclusive interview with MCN he said he’s already hoping for more than just a season working under Colin Wright. Ellison said: “As a rider ...

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Shane Byrne: “No Ducati is sad for the fans”

Rob Hull, 18 December 2008 11:54

Reigning British Superbike Champion Shane Byrne says the championship will be missing an important element without the presence of Ducati in 2009. Byrne took his second BSB title this season and his second for Ducati, after first winning the crown back in 2004 with Paul Bird’s MonsterMob team. Ducati UK confirm BSB split But next season there will not be ...

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BSB title winning bikes for sale

Rob Hull, 17 December 2008 12:27

How does a British Superbike championship winning Ducati 1098 sound to you? Well owning one could well become a reality because GSE Racing has all four of their ’08 British Superbike machines up for sale. With the four-time BSB winning team now turning to Yamaha for 2009, the Italian V-twins will not be used by Darrell Healey’s squad next season. ...

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Ducati UK confirm BSB split

Rob Hull, 17 December 2008 10:54

It’s official: there will be no top Ducati team in British Superbikes in 2009. A statement has been released by Ducati to confirm they will not have any representation in the championship next season. It will be the first season since 1995 that there will not be a top squad running the V-twin machines in the series. Managing Director of ...

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Rob Mac confirms 2009 team

Rob Hull, 17 December 2008 10:15

Rob McElnea will have a busy 2009 after confirming his full line-up for next season. A new Superbike, new sponsors and four new riders have come on board with McElnea as he goes in search of his fourth British Superbike crown. McElnea will field a three-rider Superbike team with Graeme Gowland confirmed as a third BSB rider this week, joining Chris Walker in ...

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GSE -Airwaves deal continues

Rob Hull, 17 December 2008 09:16

GSE Racing, arguably the most successful team in the modern era of the British Superbike Championship, will continue to be sponsored by chewing gum brand Airwaves in 2009, continuing an association that began in 2005. GSE team manager Colin Wright, said: “I am extremely pleased that Wrigley’s Airwaves will continue to support GSE Racing as we compete for a record ...

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Michael Rutter joins Chris Walker at Rob Mac Yamaha

Rob Hull, 16 December 2008 16:29

Michael Rutter will partner Chris Walker in a resurgent Rob Mac Racing Yamaha team next year which means there will be no major Ducati team in BSB for the first time since the series was revamped in 1995. With GSE Racing having already announced their switch to Yamaha at the end of the season, there had been hope that Ulster businessman ...

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No Ducati in BSB

Rob Hull, 16 December 2008 12:00

Ducati will not have a major presence in the British Superbike Championship in 2009 for the first time since the series was launched in its present form in 1995, it has emerged today. The Italian V-twins have won seven of the 14 titles in that time, but the collapse this week of a potential deal between the North West 200 ...

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Crescent boss says Suzuki WRC split won’t have affect

Rob Hull, 15 December 2008 16:10

Crescent Suzuki Team Manager Jack Valentine said Suzuki’s withdrawal from the World Rally Championship will not have any affect on his official Suzuki British Superbike team’s budget. Suzuki announced they have canned their WRC project after just one year as an official team. The decision comes just a week after Honda made a similar statement to confirm their exit from Formula ...


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