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Suzuka 8hr: Rea leads the day in opening qualifying

Simon Patterson, 24 July 2014 21:22

Jonathan Rea on the FCC TSR Honda has topped the timesheets on the opening day of practise for the Suzuka 8hr race, taking the top spot after dicing for most of the session with the Monster Yamaha Austria team of Josh Brookes and Broc Parkes. However, it was the MuSASHI Honda team of Leon Haslam and Michael van der Mark ...

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Honda Racing set clear Suzuka goal

Simon Patterson, 24 July 2014 21:06

The Honda Racing have made their targets for the Suzuka 8hr race perfectly clear, as the Lincolnshire based team look to get their Endurance World Championship into top gear after a disappointing DNF at the opening round of the series in Magny Cours back in April. Team boss Neil Tuxworth says despite challenging the might of the factory supported teams, ...

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Entire Pata Honda WSB team set for Suzuka 8hr

Simon Patterson, 24 July 2014 20:28

The entire Pata Honda World Superbike and World Supersport squad will be lining up on the grid for the start of this year’s prestigious Suzuka 8hr race, with last year’s winning combination of Leon Haslam and Michael van der Mark, alongside Takumi Takahashi, on the MuSashi Harc-Pro Honda team joined by the previous year’s winner Jonathan Rea, Kohsuke Akiyoshi and ...

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Rumblings from the Laguna Seca paddock

Gordon Ritchie, 17 July 2014 11:00

The silly season started for real at Laguna and looks set to gather pace as WSB enters it’s long eight week summer break. Aprilia man Sylvain Guintoli, both Kawasaki Racing Team Riders and Pata Honda’s duo have all yet to be signed up and current Voltcom Suzuki rider Eugene Laverty may even be brought back into the Aprilia fold if ...

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Laguna WSB Race 2: Sykes wins crash-strewn dash to lead championship into summer break

Steve Hunt, 14 July 2014 01:00

With Chas Davies not returning to the grid - after a particularly large high-side in the earlier race saw him sent to the medical centre with concussion - the British contingent were short of one rider at a sunny Laguna Seca for race two. Tom Sykes, with a thirty-nine point lead in the championship, once again made a great start, ...

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Laguna WSB Race 1: Melandri leads Aprilia one-two at Laguna Seca

Steve Hunt, 14 July 2014 00:50

Despite a great start from Melandri in Laguna Seca, turn one still saw Sykes take the lead and - with his qualifying pace preceding him - what looked set to be another race win. But, after all his ruminations over the hills of Portimaso, it will be the blind crest of the corkscrew that he'll be cursing, after Sykes ran ...

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Summer break too far for Lowes

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:56

After Laguna Seca has been completed the SBK hoards will head back to Europe, with some of the teams heading to Portimao for a (now increasingly rare) testing opportunity on 21 and 22 July. Some others – Pata Honda and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki among them - will not. For Lowes, after Laguna the summer break is simply too long, especially ...

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Guintoli ready to risk more

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:53

Sylvain Guintoli knew even before he got to Laguna Seca that he would have to go for it at this race and every other one, as Sykes was in an enviable championship position, so the prospect of Sykes taking more than his 38 points lead into the summer break is hard to bear pre-race. “It is hard enough now,” said ...

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Bryan Staring making progress

Gordon Ritchie, 13 July 2014 11:38

In the first free practice at Laguna Seca the name Bryan Staring was well into the top ten positions in a field of 27 riders. Staring admitted that it was only FP1 at that early stage but he put his recent improvements that led to a 17th place in Superpole to good work from rider and team and a return ...

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Laguna Seca WSB: Sykes takes pole

Liam Marsden, 12 July 2014 21:41

Reigning world champion Tom Sykes claimed his 23rd World Superbike pole position at Laguna Seca ahead of tomorrow's races. The Kawasaki rider set a best time of 1'21.811 to hed the front row ahead of Sylvain Guintoli and Chaz Davies. Davies' team-mate Davide Giugliano will start from fourth, ahead of Marco Melandri and Eugene Laverty. Jonathan Rea, who won last ...

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