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Simon Patterson  says:

Hartley to become youngest ever BSB racer with Halsall Kawasaki

Harry Hartley will become the youngest ever MCE British Superbike racer this season, with the youngster making the jump from National Superstock 600 to the superbike class with Bolton based Halsall Kawasaki. Hartley will join Lee Costello, who scored a remarkable podium place at the season finale at Brands Hatch, as the team look to captialise on an impressive debut BSB...

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MO62

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MO62 says:

Brilliant..

Well done Martin Halsall and his team @ Halsall Kawasaki, what a wonderful opportunity for this young lad, best of luck to them.

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

Lucky

Good rider in the lower classes, but there are a lot of other riders who would be much less of a risk to sign. Lee Jackson for example, former National Superstock 600 Champion and frontrunner in the 1000's last year.  

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

A great chance

for  Hartley, nice to see that Halsall is willing to give this lad a chance, best of luck to him.

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Smiler74

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Smiler74 says:

I am a fan of Hartley and think he has the potential to go a long way in the sport. My only concern is that it might be 'too much too early'.

There is a catch 22 situation where riders need to move through the ranks quickly to arrive at the highest level before they are considered 'too old' but they also need to learn their craft. I read a great artical written by Dave Stewart (Thundersport Director) 'Where's the fire". The message was urging riders to progress at the right rate for them and not at what is considered to be the right rate.

Either way good luck Harry and I hope my concerns are proved to be wrong!

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thestig08

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thestig08 says:

his dad JR wrote

 a great  book on fly fishing :lol:

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