World Superbikes (July 2004)

  • Coxhell: Brands wildcard

    28 July 2004

    Coxhell: Brands wildcard

    Australian British Superbike rider Craig Coxhell will make his World Superbike debut as a wildcard at Brands Hatch this weekend. The 21-year-old from Melbourne races for the Vitrans team on a Honda...

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  • Win VIP WSB treatment

    28 July 2004

    Win VIP WSB treatment

    The Brands Hatch round of the World Superbike championship is on Sunday July 31. And if you spot www.motorcyclenews.com Products Editor Dan Thornton at the Kent circuit, you could win a VIP trip to...

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  • No Triumphs at Brands

    28 July 2004

    No Triumphs at Brands

    The Triumph ValMoto team has pulled out of the Supersport race at Brands Hatch this weekend to concentrate on their British championship campaign. The team were due to field rider Craig Jones, but...

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  • Brands first qualifying

    28 July 2004

    Brands first qualifying

    Frankie Chili has topped the first qualifying session at Brands Hatch World Superbikes while Gianluca Nannelli takes second place on the provisional grid. This puts two two-year-old Ducati 998s ahead...

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  • Chili to ride a Kawasaki

    28 July 2004

    Chili to ride a Kawasaki

    The PSG-1 team, which currently fields Pier-Francesco Chili, has announced it will switch to running Kawasaki ZX-10Rs in 2005. The brief statement has not named riders for next season, but has stated...

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  • Blades storm Suzuka

    21 July 2004

    Blades storm Suzuka

    Fourteen out of the top 20 teams finishing in Sunday’s Suzuka 8 Hours used Honda Fireblades – including winners Tohru Ukawa and Hitoyasu Izutsu. They rode for No7 Seven Stars Honda and led...

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  • Vermeulen's WSB double

    07 July 2004

    Vermeulen's WSB double

    Fireblade rider Chris Vermeulen landed a WSB double at Laguna Seca on Sunday night, winning race one from Frankie Chili by 4.1 seconds but finishing less than half a second ahead of James Toseland in...

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