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Symonds steals MRO Superteen championship

James Sharpe, 27 September 2011 14:30

Max Symonds stole the MRO Superteen title at the final round at Brands Hatch, after Jordan Gilbert had headed the championship all season. Symonds arrived at Brands Hatch 15 points adrift of Gilbert in the hunt for the title. However, Symonds had a far better points scoring weekend, taking two wins, a second and a third, compared to Gilbert's third, ...

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McNealy snatches MRO Powerbike championship in season finale

James Sharpe, 26 September 2011 23:08

Rob McNealy won the MRO Powerbike championship in the final round at Brands Hatch, after he and Michael Neeves went into the last race level on points. McNealy arrived at Brands Hatch with a slender one point advantage over Neeves, which he extended to five after Saturday's race. 2010 champion Peter Baker took the race win from McNealy, while Neeves ...

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Scott Hudson crowned champion of Brands

James Sharpe, 26 September 2011 16:37

Scott Hudson became the 2011 Champion of Brands with Bemsee this weekend, after taking maximum points in the MRO Super 6 Clubman Cup. He beat off competition in the form of former MRO Powerbike champion Peter Baker, and 2011 MRO Stock 600 champion Jordan Simpkin. Hudson had already been crowned Rookie 600 champion and MRO Super 6 Clubman Cup winner, ...

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Esposito BMCRC Rookie 1000 champion

James Sharpe, 07 September 2011 01:47

Gennaro Esposito wrapped up the British Motorcycle Racing Club's Rookie 1000 championship at Snetterton in the final round of the season. Esposito, on a Kawasaki ZX-10R, went into the weekend leading the championship from Tim Cripps. Cripps kept it exciting by taking three race wins on his HM Racing BMW S1000RR. Esposito was second to all Cripps' wins, and cemented ...

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Hudson Bemsee Rookie 600 champion

James Sharpe, 02 August 2011 15:20

Scott Hudson wrapped up the British Motorcycle Racing Club's Rookie 600 championship this weekend at Brands Hatch, with a double win on Saturday. The 23 year old took the two wins needed to seal his title, before withdrawing from the weekend's remaining Rookie races, to focus on the MRO's Stocksport 600 races. Hudson has won every race he started onboard ...

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Vermeulen to miss remainder of season

James Sharpe, 13 July 2010 13:36

Chris Vermeulen is set to miss the rest of the World Superbike season after aggravating his ongoing knee injury. After crashing at Brno this weekend, the Kawasaki rider further aggravated ligament damage he sustained at the opening round at Phillip Island. The Aussie has decided to have ligament replacement surgery that he had previously postponed until his racing days were ...

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Graphics for Roger Lee Hayden's Moto2 bike revealed

James Sharpe, 08 July 2010 11:02

This is the bike that Roger Lee Hayden will be riding in Moto2 at the Indianapolis GP. Hayden will be riding as a wildcard in a team headed by Kevin Schwantz, backed by both the AMA Erion Honda team and American Honda, and Drudi Performance have been called in to design the graphics. Aldo Drudi, founder of Drudi Performance, has ...

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Rossi replacement set to be announced

James Sharpe, 23 June 2010 13:49

Yamaha is set to announce that Wataru Yoshikawa will replace Valentino Rossi while he recovers from his broken shin sustained at Mugello. Yoshikawa, a test rider for the Yamaha factory, will ride in Rossi’s absence, starting from the next round at Assen. 41-year old Yoshikawa has won Japanese Superbike championships, and ridden in World Superbikes. In 2002 he also rode ...

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Win stripped from Le Touquet victor

James Sharpe, 08 February 2010 16:57

The world’s biggest off road race ended in controversy yesterday when the victor was stripped of his win because of a loud exhaust. Kawasaki rider Yves Duedon thought he’d won the prestigious Le Touquet beach race in northern France, but the victory was later handed to ex motocross world champion Mickael Pichon. Race organisers said Duedon’s exhaust exceeded the 115dB ...


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