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Knockhill British Superbikes: Cameron Donald pens 2009 Relentless Suzuki deal

Rob Hull, 08 August 2008 10:26

Road racing sensation and Metzler Racetec National Superstock 1000 runner Cameron Donald has signed to stay with the TAS Relentless Suzuki team for 2009 today. The Aussie scored a fantastic double win at the TT this year for the Irish outfit, and is set to compete this weekend at Knockhill in the Superstock 1000 series before heading back home to ...

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Win a weekend with Rizla Suzuki at Brands Hatch World Superbikes

Rob Hull, 25 July 2008 09:19

Motorcycle News and Rizla Suzuki are offering one lucky reader the opportunity to spend the Brands Hatch World Superbike weekend with Tom Sykes and the Rizla Suzuki squad. We’re giving away a very special prize to an MCN reader that not only involves two weekend passes for the World Superbike round, but also a Rizla Suzuki garage tour and a ...

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Oulton Park British Supersport: Triumph top Supersport session with Glen Richards

Rob Hull, 18 July 2008 16:52

Glen Richards has continued to prove the Triumph 675’s racing prowess with a runaway performance in the first day of practice for BSS at Oulton Park today. The MAP Embassy Triumph man set a best time of 1.40.537 in this afternoon’s session; a time good enough to be six tenths faster than anyone else on the day, Richards, who is ...

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Bogey circuits out of the way for charging Shane Byrne

Rob Hull, 17 July 2008 10:23

British Superbike Championship leader Shane Byrne says he’s ultra confident for the second half of the season with the circuits he likes the least already out of the way in the first six race weekends of the year. Despite admitting he hasn’t liked all the circuits visited since April, Byrne has only dropped 20 points all season. And although the ...

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Bridewell sister to do charity skydive in memory of brother Ollie

Rob Hull, 15 July 2008 12:07

Charlotte Bridewell has announced she will do a charity skydive to raise money for Cancer Research in memory of her brother Ollie Bridewell who died at Mallory Park nearly a year ago. It will be a year ago on Sunday that Ollie Bridewell died during a practice session at the Leicestershire circuit, and money raised by his sister is going to be donated ...

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Brands Hatch British Superbikes: Bradley Smith pays BSB a visit

Rob Hull, 05 April 2008 13:48

Looking like he was still dressed for the sunny Spanish conditions after returning from last weekend’s 125 GP race at Jerez, Bradley Smith took time out to visit Brands Hatch for this weekend’s British Superbike season opener. “I’m a bit cold actually,” Smith told MCN as he stood in his shorts. “I should have known better – I spend most ...

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Brands Hatch British Superbikes: Shane Byrne and Cal Crutchlow lead Saturday practice

Rob Hull, 05 April 2008 12:18

You wouldn’t have been able to separate HM Plant Honda’s Cal Crutchlow and Shane Byrne aboard the Airwaves Ducati with a fag paper in this morning’s third free practice session of the weekend. Both riders scored a 1.26.926 in the morning session and were the only two riders to dip under the 1.27 bracket. As he has done for the ...

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British Superbikes Donington Park: Tom Sykes continues good Donington form with fastest time in Warm-up

Rob Hull, 23 September 2007 10:23

Tom Sykes has repeated the same feat as yesterday, putting himself on the top of the time sheets, this time in morning Warm-up. The windy morning session saw Sykes clock a time of 1.31.376, half a second slower than the time he posted yesterday afternoon that will see him start this afternoon’s races from pole position. Leon Haslam backed up ...

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British Superbikes Donington Park: Michael Laverty on British Supersport pole

Rob Hull, 22 September 2007 17:19

Relentless Suzuki’s Michael Laverty is looking to continue his great form in this year’s British Supersport championship tomorrow from the best possible position, on pole. Laverty recorded a best time of 1.36.627, just over a tenth of a second faster than the next fastest man Tom Grant on the Virgin Yamaha YZF-R6. Michael Laverty’s team-mate Ian Lowry will start from ...

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