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BSB: Easton disappointed not to take home win

Stuart Easton appeared disappointed following race one at Knockhill despite his podium finish. The Hydrex Honda rider would love to win his first BSB race at his home circuit. He was unable to give Leon Camier his full attention due to the hard charging Josh Brookes keeping him occupied, then the Safety Car came out and negated all the good ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 05 July 2009

BSB: Brookes - I need to be more aggressive

Josh Brookes’ first pole position didn’t automatically translate into a race win as he had hoped aboard his HM Plant Honda. He looked like he was going to try and pass Easton on a number of occasions but never made the move. Brookes said: “I need to be more aggressive I wasn’t prepared to do that in this race but ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 05 July 2009

BSB: Camier takes fifth consecutive race win

Leon Camier dominated race one, at the sixth round of the ViSK British Superbike Championship at Knockhil, and gave Airwaves Yamaha its first win in Scotland. Karl Harris crashed his Hydrex Honda on the first lap at the hairpin and almost took Chris Walker on the Motorpoint Henderson Yamaha with him. Camier got his head down and pulled a lead ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 05 July 2009

Camier heads morning warm-up

Leon Camier on the Airwaves Yamaha took the top spot during morning warm-up at a dry Knockhil in Scotland, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship. Camier said: “That was good we tried a couple of things out riding wise. I went out on second hand tyres and was on the same pace as in qualifying so ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 05 July 2009

Easton keen to win at home

Stuart Easton is yet to take a win aboard his Hydrex Honda but he would love to break his duck at his home round of Knockhill. He looked like a strong challenger for pole position but traffic and not getting into a rhythm held him back. Easton said: “We only get to race here once a year and I missed ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Camier - "I'm a little frustrated"

Leon Camier’s run of pole positions came to a halt today when Josh Brookes got the better of him during qualifying at Knockhill. Camier, who is good friends with Brookes away from the race track, had to admit that he simply pulled out a good lap. Camier said: “I’m a little frustrated, I thought I could go a little faster ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Harris resting up for qualifying

Hydrex Honda’s Karl Harris is still recovering from a nasty bout of food poisoning and cut his final free practice session short to rest for the Swan Combi 50 Roll for Pole qualifying session. He finished in second place during third free practice and worked hard to catch up on time lost yesterday. His Crew Chief, Mick Shanley said: “He’s ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Andrews riding with broken wrist

Simon Andrews has been racing his MSS Colchester Kawasaki for the past four weeks with a broken scaphoid in his left wrist. The injury was sustained during a test at Snetterton ahead of the BSB round there but wasn’t diagnosed until yesterday (Friday 6th July). Andrews explained: ”We tested at Snetterton and we had made a change to the bike. ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Camier leads in Scotland

Airwaves Yamaha’s Leon Camier once again headed the time sheets during free practice three at Knockhill in Scotland, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship. The championship leader jumped into P1 with 25 minutes of the session left to run with a time of 49.277secs which no one else was able to challenge. The session suffered two ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 04 July 2009

Knockhill BSB: Rain stops play

As forecast, the rain kicked in at Knockhill just ten minutes into the second free practice session, ahead of round six of the ViSK British Superbike Championship. In the dry it was Glen Richards who set the pace with a 49.668secs lap time, an improvement on his morning session where he lapped in 50.002secs aboard his HM Plant Honda. As ...

  • Motorcycle Sport
  • British Superbikes
  • 03 July 2009

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