MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship, Brands Hatch, free practice two: 1. Tommy Bridewell (Quay Garage Honda) 46.623s 2. Tommy Hill (Worx Crescent Suzuki) +0.018s 3. Ryuichi Kiyonari (HM Plant Honda) +0.092s 4. James Ellison (Swan Honda) +0.329s 5. Josh Brookes ...
SHANE BYRNE topped the time sheets throughout all three qualifying stages for the first round of the British Superbike Championship at a gloriously sunny Brands Hatch. John Hopkins didn't make it through to the final stage of qualifying and will start from 11th on the grid.1. Sha...
FORMER British Superbike Champion Neil Hodgson made a nightmare start to his return to the UK racing scene after crashing heavily in the warm-up for Monday's opening round of the 2010 BSB championship at Brands Hatch.Hodgson, 36, a former world
qualifying performance for BMW's 1000cc racer; S1000RR pilots Kirkham, Tristan Palmer and Richard Cooper took three slots on the front row in qualifying for Monday's Bank Holiday races.Kirkham, who sat out much of 2009 with a broken hand, said: "It was great
MSS Colchester Kawasaki rider Simon Andrews should be back in action for the Bank Holiday Monday BSB meeting at Cadwell Park at the end of August.Andrews was ruled out of the Brands Hatch meeting after having an operation in Belgium on his broken
, of Wickhamford, pleaded guilty in his absence to driving without due care and attention, failing to stop at an accident and failing to report an accident at Worcester Magistrates Court, reports Worcester News.Magistrates have adjourned the case until Monday
of the two qualifying sessions on Sunday. The British Supersport race is to be run over 16-laps of the 2.25-mile circuit with a start scheduled for 3.45pm on Bank Holiday Monday.
BSB record breakers GSE Airwaves Yamaha have revealed what was the cause of the mechanical problem that struck Leon Camier's bike while in the lead during the second British Superbike race at Cadwell Park on Monday.On the 18th and final lap, race
with the two main Superbike races taking place on the Bank Holiday Monday – August 31st.
KARL HARRIS has said that he wants to race at the Isle of Man TT in 2010, as well as confirming the hot rumour in BSB paddocks at the moment that he'll end up on a Kawasaki Superbike in BSB next year.Harris was forced to miss the final two races
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