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The changing weight regulation timeline

Rob Hull, 31 December 2008 08:00

When British Superbike organisers adapted the minimum weight regulation for V-twins in May it sparked the biggest riot in recent BSB history. Here’s how it all happened. FebruaryJonathan Palmer becomes the commercial rights holder of BSB, taking over from Dorna UK. And with it comes a new set of MCRCB rules. May Shane Byrne’s 44 point leads to an announcement ...

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BSB Review: Why Tom Sykes is the most promising

Rob Hull, 27 December 2008 09:00

Tom Sykes might have finished fourth in the championship, but a late performance surge and impressive wildcards made him one of the hottest properties to come out of BSB in 2008. Sykes had a torrid start to his 2008 title push. The 23-year old had two DNF’s in the first six races of the year – enough to hamper a ...

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Alistair Kennedy: Why we didn't go with Ducati

Rob Hull, 23 December 2008 10:30

Alistair Kennedy has spoken out about the decision to take North West 200 backing to Rob McElnea’s Yamaha team over forming his own squad and running Ducati machinery. Kennedy was contemplating setting up his own team around Michael Rutter for 2009 after a deal to run factory-backed Ducati’s fell out of bed. Kennedy was on the verge of sealing an ...

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Leon Camier takes on gold medal-winning cyclist

Rob Hull, 23 December 2008 10:00

Three-time British Superbike race winner Leon Camier took time out of his training regime to go head-to-head in a cycling contest with Beijing Olympic double gold winning sprinter, Jason Kenny. The pair were brought together at the Manchester Veledrome as part of an Airwaves Pro opportunity. Camier was set the task of spending a morning following Kenny’s strict cycling training ...

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GSE -Airwaves deal continues

Rob Hull, 17 December 2008 09:16

GSE Racing, arguably the most successful team in the modern era of the British Superbike Championship, will continue to be sponsored by chewing gum brand Airwaves in 2009, continuing an association that began in 2005. GSE team manager Colin Wright, said: “I am extremely pleased that Wrigley’s Airwaves will continue to support GSE Racing as we compete for a record ...

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Michael Rutter joins Chris Walker at Rob Mac Yamaha

Rob Hull, 16 December 2008 16:29

Michael Rutter will partner Chris Walker in a resurgent Rob Mac Racing Yamaha team next year which means there will be no major Ducati team in BSB for the first time since the series was revamped in 1995. With GSE Racing having already announced their switch to Yamaha at the end of the season, there had been hope that Ulster businessman ...

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Michael Rutter: “It was like being taken hostage”

Rob Hull, 12 December 2008 17:15

Michael Rutter said his ordeal stuck out in Thailand for a week was like being in prison after the 26-time British Superbike race winner was stranded at Bangkok airport. Rutter had stayed out in Thailand following the Macau GP as a holiday. But the 35-year old wasn’t able to fly back on November 26 after anti-government protestors took over the ...

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Neil Tuxworth: Honda motorcycle racing safe

Rob Hull, 05 December 2008 11:32

In the wake of Honda’s announcement last night that they have pulled their Formula One project and are selling the team, Honda Racing UK Manager for bikes Neil Tuxworth has spoken about the future of the motorcycle racing side of the company. Tuxworth, who heads up the entire two-wheeled racing side of things for Honda in the UK, said the ...

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British Supersport 2009: Who to look out for

Rob Hull, 04 December 2008 15:04

The 2009 British Supersport paddock is starting to take shape. But who should you be looking out for next season? The 2008 Champion, Glen Richards, has been rewarded with a spot in the factory HM Plant Honda line-up for next year and third place finisher Ian Lowry has also stepped up to the litre class. So who will be challenging ...

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Hudson Kennaugh stays in BSS with Seton

Rob Hull, 28 November 2008 10:28

Hudson Kennaugh will be gunning for the British Supersport Championship for the second season on the trot after joining Seton Racing for 2009. The South African finished runner-up to Glen Richards in the British Supersport Championship in 2008 with Raceways Yamaha, but both parties went their separate ways after the final round of the season at Brands Hatch. Phil Seton, ...

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