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BSB Brands Hatch: Race two report

Phil Wain, 09 August 2009 14:18

Leon Camier made it two from two this afternoon when he took the second British Superbike race at Brands Hatch on Sunday. The Airwaves Yamaha ace grabbed the holeshot and was never headed during the 20 laps as he took his 13th win of a dominant season to extend his Championship lead to 104.5 points! Not even the intervention of ...

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BSB Brands Hatch: Race 1 report

Phil Wain, 08 August 2009 17:58

Leon Camier underlined his dominance of this season’s British Superbike Championship when he took Saturday’s opening race at Brands Hatch. The Airwaves Yamaha rider had to overcome the fast starting Broc Parkes but once he hit the front on lap 10, he slowly eked out an advantage, eventually taking the win, his 12th of the year, by 1.9 seconds. It ...

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BSB Brands Hatch: Qualifying

Phil Wain, 08 August 2009 15:31

Leon Camier has set pole position for this weekend’s British Superbike Championship round at Brands Hatch with the championship leader topping all three of the ‘Roll for Pole’ sessions. The Airwaves Yamaha rider was again the only rider to dip in to the 1m26s bracket and he heads into this afternoon’s first race, the first BSB race to be held ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Race 2 results

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 18:10

Leon Camier has won a rain hit second British Superbike race at Mallory Park this afternoon to maintain his Championship lead. The race was held in torrential rain and was ultimately red flagged after 15 laps due to standing water on the entrance to Gerrards but with less than two thirds race distance completed, only half points were awarded and ...

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BSB Mallory Park: Race 1 results

Phil Wain, 19 July 2009 14:16

James Ellison has taken a dramatic victory in today’s first British Superbike race at Mallory Park in one of the most controversial races in the premier class’ history. The red flag came out on the 23rd lap after fourth placed Josh Brookes lost control at the hairpin taking out long time race leader Simon Andrews and in the ensuing melee ...

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Farquhar takes terrific four wins at Bush

Phil Wain, 22 June 2009 10:08

Ryan Farquhar bounced back strongly from a disappointing Isle of Man TT campaign to rack up four race wins on his KMR Kawasaki's at the Bush Road Races on Saturday, the local meeting for the Dungannon rider. With mixed weather conditions throughout the day, Farquhar opted to run intermediate tyres for the day and he opened his account with a ...

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Snetterton BSB: Camier makes it two out of two at Snetterton

Phil Wain, 21 June 2009 17:05

Leon Camier made it two wins from two today when he comfortably won the second British Superbike race at Snetterton. The Airwaves Yamaha rider hit the front on the fifth lap and was never headed as he opened up a gap over team-mate James Ellison and he ran out winner by over three seconds with the team securing their fourth ...

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Snetterton BSB: Camier wins first Snetterton race

Phil Wain, 21 June 2009 14:26

Leon Camier has taken the first British Superbike Championship race at Snetterton today, coming home ahead of the Honda duo of Stuart Easton and Josh Brookes. The original race was stopped on the fourth lap after Tom Tunstall’s engine blew, depositing oil on the circuit at Sears, with the race subsequently decided over 18 laps.  It was Stuart Easton who ...

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Snetterton BSB: Camier and Ellison 1-2 as rain lashes Snetterton

Phil Wain, 20 June 2009 16:31

Leon Camier has taken pole position today for the fifth round of the British Superbike Championship at Snetterton in a session that was hit by rain in the closing stages. With rain falling on part of the circuit, the final session of the knockout qualifying format was delayed but, after consultation with the leading team managers, it was ultimately cancelled ...

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Isle of Man TT: Michael Dunlop scores first TT victory

Phil Wain, 10 June 2009 16:19

Michael Dunlop has won today’s heavily delayed second Relentless Supersport race on his privately entered Yamaha, leading from start to finish, following in the footsteps of father Robert and Uncle Joey as a TT winner. The 21-year old stole an early advantage in the damp conditions and was never headed, coming home 31 seconds ahead of Bruce Anstey (Relentless by ...

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