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Mallory Park British Superbikes: Leon Camier talks race one crash

Rob Hull, 30 June 2008 13:27

Leon Camier’s chances of retaining second position in the British Superbike standings went out of the window at turn one at Mallory Park this weekend. Heading into the first right-hander, Gerard’s, Camier was caught up in some first-turn filtering and sent skittling onto the grass. Camier was facing a tough challenge after a poor qualifying performance which meant he started ...

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Mallory Park British Superbikes: Lucky escape and seventh heaven for Simon Andrews

Rob Hull, 30 June 2008 12:05

Lloyds British Jentin Yamaha rider Simon Andrews had one of his best ever British Superbike showings this weekend at Mallory Park. The 24-year old scored two seventh place finishes at the sixth round of the championship, and spent four laps of race two in second position. But the Evesham rider was lucky to ride in the second race after nearly ...

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Mallory Park British Superbikes: Two DNFs don’t dampen Michael Laverty’s spirits

Rob Hull, 30 June 2008 11:39

Despite not finishing either of the weekend's British Superbike races at Mallory Park, Michael Laverty said he was taking something positive away from the race weekend. The reigning British Supersport champion put his Relentless Suzuki second on the grid in qualifying on Saturday and crashed in both races running up front. Laverty dropped his Suzuki at Edwina’s on both occasions, the ...

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Mallory Park British Superbikes: New slicks cost Cal Crutchlow in race two

Rob Hull, 30 June 2008 11:19

Cal Crutchlow said a late decision to switch from wet rubber to slicks for the second British Superbike race at Mallory Park this weekend could have cost him the win. With race two deemed wet by organisers, Crutchlow was one of a handful of riders who opted for slick rubber on a fast-drying track. But because he’d left his decision ...

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Mallory Park British Superbikes: Tom Sykes backs up pole by topping Warm Up

Rob Hull, 29 June 2008 12:43

Tom Sykes has shown that yesterday’s pole in qualifying was no fluke by ending morning Warm Up fastest. The Rizla Suzuki rider set a best of 56.071 in the last minute of the 15-minute session. His Warm Up time was just seven thousandths of a second off his pole lap yesterday and would have been good enough to get second ...

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Mallory Park British Supersport: Pole number two for Glen Richards

Rob Hull, 28 June 2008 17:04

MAP Embassy Triumph’s Glen Richards has secured pole position number two of the season at Mallory Park today. The Australian reigning British Superstock 1000 Champion will start tomorrow’s 28-lap race from the front; his second pole on the trot adding to a first place start at Snetterton a fortnight ago. The Triumph man set a time of 57.572 in this ...

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Mallory Park British Superbikes: Leon Camier awarded with first win photo

Rob Hull, 27 June 2008 12:45

Leon Camier has been presented with a framed picture to celebrate his first British Superbike victory at Snetterton a fortnight ago. The 21-year-old took the race one win at the last round and today was awarded with a picture of himself stood on the podium. Camier said: “I am so pleased to have got my first win in BSB for ...

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Haslams to make Castle Combe appearance

Rob Hull, 26 June 2008 12:20

British Superbike star Leon Haslam and father Ron Haslam will be making an appearance at the Castle Combe Superbike Grand National on August 16-17. The father and son combination will take part in a short lunchtime demonstration on the Sunday, with Leon riding his 2008 HM Plant Honda Fireblade. Ron is also getting kitted up as he’ll be riding Andy ...

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Donington Park MotoGP: Ben Spies ready to step in if Loris Capirossi unfit at Assen

Rob Hull, 22 June 2008 22:32

Rizla Suzuki boss Paul Denning has said Ben Spies performance this weekend in his debut MotoGP race weekend was good enough to secure him a spot with the team for next weekend if Loris Capirlossi is deemed unit to ride. Denning said: “Ben did a good job here this weekend and he looked comfortable and quick on the bike towards ...

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Donington Park MotoGP: Chad denied British GP win by starting lights fiasco

Rob Hull, 22 June 2008 06:44

MCN road tester Adam Child was denied a potential win at the British GP in the second GSX-R Trophy support race by a start-line mix-up. Chad, we had qualified on pole in the dry on Friday in his maiden outing in the single-make middleweight series, crashed out of race one while leading, and then was black flagged in race two ...

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