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2009 British Superbike calendar announced

Rob Hull, 10 December 2008 10:49

The 2009 British Superbike calendar has finally been announced, with the biggest change being the Brands Hatch GP round being held in the height of the summer. Brands Hatch will not be hosting a World Superbike round in 2009 after MSV MD Jonathan Palmer refused to pay the increased prices to host a WSB round. And as a direct response ...

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BSB Web Blog: Is Michael Rutter too old for BSB?

Rob Hull, 09 December 2008 09:55

I understand why Ducati said they wanted to base their BSB assault around a young rider like Brendan Roberts who’s deal to come to the British Championship fell through when the Australian preferred a seat with Guandalini Ducati in WSB. What manufacturer wouldn’t want to base their future around a young prospect – that’s what Honda did with Dani Pedrosa ...

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Video: Michael Dunlop interview on Norton at TT09

Rob Hull, 01 December 2008 10:05

Two of the biggest names in TT history will merge together next year with Michael Dunlop riding for Norton. The son of the late Robert Dunlop and nephew of the legendary Joey Dunlop will pilot the NRV588 Rotary Norton round the notorious 37¾ mile Mountain circuit. Click here for the full story and pictures Norton has been away from the TT ...

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Guy Martin talks sticking with Hydrex over Rob Mac

Rob Hull, 28 November 2008 17:33

Road racing specialist Guy Martin has spoken openly about his decision to stay with Hydrex Honda for 2009 instead of going to Rob McElnea’s Yamaha team as he said he was going to back in September. Martin revealed on his own website back in September that he would be signing for the Yamaha team in 2009 to spearhead Rob Mac’s ...

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Ian Lowry receives help to get fit for 2009

Rob Hull, 28 November 2008 15:50

Ian Lowry will take part in a University study to improve his fitness levels ahead of his first season in British Superbikes. Speaking to MCN at the NEC Motorcycle Show, Lowry said he will be taking part in a course compiled by the University of Ulster over the winter period. The 21-year old told MCN: “I’m actually really looking forward ...

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Ben Wilson signs for Gearlink Kawasaki

Rob Hull, 27 November 2008 10:37

Superstock 1000 and R1 Cup 2008 ace Ben Wilson will ride for the Gearlink Kawasaki British Supersport team in 2009. Wilson joins the factory Kawasaki team and new team-mate Chris Martin, who last year finished the British Supersport championship in sixth place. Ben Wilson joins the team with a wealth of experience having previously ridden with the Vivaldi Racing team ...

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BSB Blog: Chris Walker’s back, but is it too late?

Rob Hull, 25 November 2008 16:17

Like most racing fans in Britain I was hugely excited about Chris Walker, a.k.a 'The Stalker' coming back to British Superbikes in 2009. I’ve still got an Old Spice Ducati hat from 1996 when Chris Walker first properly arrived on the scene and had a few monumental offs. His no fear attitude was just as appealing as his aggressive riding style ...

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Chris Walker back in BSB with Rob Mac

Rob Hull, 25 November 2008 13:00

Chris Walker has signed a deal with Rob McElnea to bring him back to British Superbikes on a Yamaha for 2009. Walker will be part of a two-man British Superbike line-up for McElnea’s Yamaha squad next season with the second rider due to be unveiled in the coming weeks. The move bring Walker back to BSB with the same team ...

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Hawk Kawasaki sign Tristan Palmer

Rob Hull, 19 November 2008 12:18

Tristan Palmer will ride for Hawk Kawasaki in 2009. 26-year old Palmer was one of the surprise packages of 2008 with the Tena for Men Honda, regularly causing problems for the factory supported teams. Palmer joins the Leicestershire based team in 2009 as a direct replacement for Scott Smart on a Kawasaki ZX-10R. Palmer said: “I’m delighted to have signed ...

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Colin Wright: “It’s all going to come down to time”

Rob Hull, 18 November 2008 15:59

GSE Racing Team Manager Colin Wright told MCN it’s going to be a battle against the clock to get ready for the 2009 season following the team’s recent visit to the Factory Yamaha World Superbike team’s headquarters near Monza. Wright and his two Race Engineers, Frankie Carchedi and Luca Ferracciolo, spent three days at the Yamaha Motor Italia workshop in ...

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