Visordown tested the Aprilia RSV4 Factory against the best of Europe; the BMW S1000RR, MV Agusta F4 1000 and Ducati 1098R Bayliss. Here's an onboard lap with Mark Forsyth on the Aprilia RSV4 Factory.
Visordown tested the BMW S1000RR against the best of Europe; the Aprilia RSV4 Factory, MV Agusta F4 1000 and Ducati 1098R Bayliss. Here's an onboard lap with Mark Forsyth on the BMW S1000RR.
FULL RESULTS from Race One at Mallory Park British Superbikes BSB are as follows:1. James Ellison GBR Airwaves Yamaha 21mins 01.786secs 22 laps 2. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Yamaha +4.345secs 3. Graeme Gowland GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha +7
SHANE ' Shakey' Byrne won the first of two races at Mallory Park, round nine of the British Superbike Championship.The win was Shakey's first of the season and the Stobart Honda rider held off a hard-charging Jonathan Rea, closely followed by Leon
RYUICHI Kiyonari crashed in race one but won the second race of round nine of the British Superbike Championship at Mallory Park today.Kiyo temporarily handed the championship lead to team mate Jonathan Rea following race one, where Kiyo crashed out
FULL RESULTS from Race Two at Mallory Park are as follows:1. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Yamaha 15mins 34.550secs 15 laps 2. James Ellison GBR Airwaves Yamaha +2.0323. Chris Walker GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha +3.738secs4. John Laverty IRL Buildbase
CHAMPIONSHIP LEADER Leon Camier gives us his account of the weekend's BSB action from Mallory Park.Leon took victory in Race Two after it was red-flagged due to torrential rain.
't popular at Mallory British Superbikes JOSH BROOKES didn't win himself any friends at Mallory Park on Sunday, when he outbraked himself going into the hairpin, losing the front and taking out race leader Simon Andrews.Carnage then ensued as several other
WORLD SUPERBIKE podium finisher and British Superbike multiple race winner Tom Sykes and his Rizla Suzuki team will be headlining the entry list for Mallory Park’s Race of the Year on the 19th October.Sykes also took the fight to World Superbike
MALLORY PARK is investing more than £500,000 in circuit improvements, including the complete resurfacing of the track and paddock areas, so claims a statement on the track's website. The 1.39-mile long track will be completely resurfaced
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