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Blog: BSB’s open dialogue ensures a bright future

Gary Pinchin, 23 September 2009 10:41

By now I’m guessing you’ll have read about the new BSB Evo class that’s going to be introduced next year. Personally, I think it’s the only way forward for superbike racing in the current economic climate – standard engines, a control ecu and superbike chassis – plus a one bike per rider rule. Not only will it slash costs it ...

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BSB Blog: Hey, give Tommy Hill a break

Gary Pinchin, 14 July 2009 16:47

I’ve got to say I’m a bit surprised at the amount of negativity around the web forums towards Tommy Hill getting the Worx Suzuki for Mallory BSB this weekend.I don’t really understand it.   On one hand you get people complaining that the top rides should be given to the younger riders, then when a 24-year-old gets picked, it causes a ...

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Marc Potter TT blog day 2

Marc Potter, 05 June 2009 18:16

There's a massive buzz in the Island as the TT practice kicks off for the final night before Saturday’s big race. The biggest numbers ever have already been set by Cameron Donald’s 131.457mph lap, but the biggest disappointment is that Valentino Rossi won’t be riding tomorrow. I’m not the only one who’s gutted. Hundreds of riders have booked ferries and flights ...

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Isle of Man TT blog: McGuinness nervous? Too right

Phil Wain, 02 June 2009 10:05

When the sun shines, there’s nowhere better to go racing than at the Isle of Man TT Races – and, boy, is the sun shining! The first timed practice session has just finished and whilst the Island is continuing to welcome a steady flow of visitors, expected to increase considerably as the week wears on, there’s a very relaxed mood ...

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Michael Rutter blog: Two fifths but I should have done better

Michael Rutter, 01 June 2009 13:53

The Worx Suzuki I rode at Thruxton was brilliant. Two fifth places was okay but I just wish I could have done better. Everyone in the team was happy with the results but I should have exploited the traction control system more early in the races and pushed a little harder when the tyres were good. Once the initial grip ...

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BSB Blog: Will Harris ever win in BSB?

Michael Guy, 05 May 2009 17:05

Oulton Park went down as Karl Harris’ best ever BSB race weekend. The 29-year-old Hydrex Honda rider has never lacked raw speed or determination but despite this is yet to win a BSB race from 111 starts. His two second places behind the impressive Leon Camier looked both assured and controlled, something that he has lacked in the past. Instead ...

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WSB Blog: Why Haga will win the WSB title in 2009

Michael Guy, 25 February 2009 11:44

During his ten years in WSB Noriyuki Haga has won 33 races and on his day is arguably one of the fastest rider in the world. During his decade of competition the one thing he’s lacked is consistency. In fact the only thing he’s been consistent at is not winning the title. Many pundits feel that Haga will never win ...

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Blog: Can Hydrex Honda step up a gear?

Gary Pinchin, 24 February 2009 16:44

Last Friday’s Hydrex Honda launch was an impressive show of team owner Shaun Muir’s long-term commitment to the sport. The team’s new workshop facility in Guisborough is by far one of the most outstanding all new facilities in BSB and the fact that Muir has a three-rider team and is building seven bikes is an impressive display of the team’s ...

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BSB bikes under development

Gary Pinchin, 13 February 2009 09:48

I’ve had the privilege to go behind the closed doors of some British Superbike team workshops this past couple of weeks, namely Relentless Suzuki, Cresent Suzuki, and Rob Mac Racing Yamaha and it’s fascinating to see the 2009 bikes gradually coming together. Two weeks ago the Relentless by TAS team were still waiting on swing-arms and suspension parts so their bike ...

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BSB well-placed to weather the storm

Gary Pinchin, 21 January 2009 16:34

“Is Jonathan Palmer completely delusional? He’s lost his best riders. The top guys left are all old. The teams are struggling like any other businesses. "Yet he’s predicting crowds will only drop off by 5% and says BSB won’t be affected by the recession. Interesting!” That was the emotional outburst I heard in the office from a non-racing person as ...

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