After the victory in the United States Danny Kent, with a superlative race, lead once again and ended top of the podium. A really astonishing beginning to the season. Good results for Enea Bastianini, who despite the low speed of his bike conquered the ninth place in a very close race. Well done in MotoGP […]
James Ellison scored the double victory this weekend at Brands Hatch. Ellison had taken the advantage on the opening lap to lead from his second pole position of the day, but Ryuichi Kiyonari, Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne and Josh Brookes were in close contention as they bid to halt the JG Speedfit Kawasaki rider. Ellison said:
It was a good weekend once again for Chaz Davies, who finished second in both SBK races. Not bad also was Fores who came seventh and eight while Camier riding for MV came 10th twice. Nico Terol had a terrible crash and suffered a fracture of right wrist and a concussion. Our best whishes for
In Moto3, Danny Kent smashes the CoTA records to take Austin Moto3 pole postition – and after dominating the race, went on to win. #52 Danny KENT – Winner, World Championship position 1st: “I’m very pleased with this victory, because we had a strong pace all weekend and I was able to keep this pace
Well done to all Nolangroup riders. A brilliant weekend especially for Chaz Davies, who finished second in race one by just 0.051s and after dominating the whole of race two, won the top spot. Nico Terol, Mercado, Camier, Baiocco, Salom and Canepa all received points after all racing very well all weekend. It was a very
Five pilot James Ellison had a fantastic start to the British Superbike season and won the first race – his first victory since the 2013 season and first for JG Speedfit Kawasaki. Ellison took the lead on the opening lap and despite a safety car slowing him down, managed to keep Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne behind when
In Moto3, sponsored Five-gloves rider Alexis Masbou had a spectacular race, start to finish and won the top spot on the podium. There are no words to describe the spectacular come back of Enea Bastianini, who from 21st place on the starting grid, with some fantastic racing, conquered all but one in the final rush.
For the first time, the Superbike Championship brought riders to Thailand. The race finished with good results but also a lot of misfortune. Matteo Baiocco came first out of the Italian riders and won sixth in race 1 and eight place in race 2. Ducati official rider Chaz Davies crashed in both races, however still