Five-gloves pilot Peter Hickman had a brilliant weekend and came second in both races at BSB cadwell park. “We’ve always gone really well here,” Hickman said. “You have to be inch perfect, really smooth and link things together to get into a rhythm and I’ve been able to do that. “It has been a really good […]
Enea Bastianini nearly made it to first position but missed out by a gap of just 0.1s at the chequered flag. Danny Kent: “We made it the hardest race of the year. There’s no doubt in my mind that we could have won that race with a new soft tyre. It’s something we need to
Five glove pilot Peter Hickman won the second race of the Ulster Grand Prix this weekend, an impressive feat for only his second year of competing.
Despite starting this weekends Moto3 race in Indianapolis in pole position, tricky conditions saw Danny Kent finishing in a shocking 21st position. Kent was forced to come in change onto slicks after starting on wet tyres, but his team took over 2 minutes to change the tyres which ruined any chance the Brit had of finishing
This weekend, Five and Gimoto pilot Luke Mossey had a very good race and achieved his first ever podium. In British Supersport, Luke Stapleford wearing Five-gloves won the double.
In race one, X-lite pilot Chaz Davies was beaten to 1st place by Jonahan Rea, meaning he had to settle for 2nd position. Race two saw a thrilling last-corner victory for Chaz Davies, preventing Jonathan Rea from wrapping-up the 2015 World Superbike title. On the last lap, Davies dived for the inside under braking and the pair