British Superbike Championship heads to Brands Hatch

Tommy Hill The 2012 MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship kicks off this Easter weekend (6-9 April) at Brands Hatch in Kent, as local hero Tommy Hill returns to defend his title with the Swan Yamaha team against a line-up filled with international stars.

 

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WSBK 2nd Round at Imola, Italy

Max Biaggi – Philip Island - Courtesy of Aprilia Racing.com) After a long 4 weeks to recover from the first round excitement at Philip Island, the World Superbike paddock arrives at the Enzo & Dino Ferrari circuit of Imola, Italy for round 2.

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Sam Burman set for 2012 British 125GP season

Sam Burman (photo by Stephen Gilbert)Sam Burman will once again contest a full season in the British 125GP Championship in 2012.

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Maria Costello joins Cookstown/BE racing for the TT

 Maria CostelloIRISH Supertwins Champion John Burrows will be joined in the Cookstown/BE Racing team this year for selected events by one of the fastest ladies in the world - Maria Costello MBE.

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WSBK – Post Round Rider and Team Quotes,Phillip Island

 Max Biaggi  Picture courtesy of Aprilia.comLeon Camier  #2 - Race 1 - 17th, Race 2 - 12th:  "I wanted better results today but we've gathered masses of information in the team's first-ever WSBK race and I'm positive that we'll see a big improvement in Imola.

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