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Monthly Archives: October 2020

End of season report from Eazi-Grip supported Richard Spencer Fleet Racing

At the beginning of the season, we didn’t think we would see any racing or race ourselves. Doubts of if we’d done the right thing, buying and prepping a new Ducati V2 was running around our heads.
With the restrictions in place the team at MSVR and Bennett’s British Superbikes, got the season off the ground. Yes it was only a 5 round, 10 races for us in Ducati Trioptions Cup but in the current environment, this was mega. With the green light given it was then down to the Army Team Management then to get us racing, and we cannot thank all involved for the hard work behind the scenes and at the Army sports control board for getting us racing.

Eazi-Grip supported Army Motorcycle Road Race Team at Cadwell Park

Sgt Leon Wilton is the Inter-Service Road Race Champion! After a much-condensed championship due to COVID-19 it was all still to play for going into the final round at a cold and damp Cadwell Park. Sgt Leon Wilton having dominated the championship made sure he did what was needed to win. Unfortunately, the Team couldn't quite overhaul the RAF and it was second for the Army in the overall with the Navy in third. A huge thank you from the team to all those who have supported us this year. Roll on 2021!

Eazi-Grip supported Beaubier ends his MotoAmerica career with two more wins

Cameron Beaubier ended his MotoAmerica career in the best possible fashion on Sunday at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, the five-time MotoAmerica Superbike Champion adding two wins today to his one win from yesterday to bring his season total to 16 victories. Now the 27-year-old can focus his efforts on the next phase of his career – the Moto2 World Championship.
Beaubier’s two victories today in the MotoAmerica GEICO Motorcycle Superbike Speedfest at Monterey were dominating. He won the first of the two in iffy conditions by 10.47 seconds and the second by 4.76 seconds. The two wins on Sunday were his 15th and 16th of the year and the 16th tied him with former teammate Josh Hayes for the most wins in a single season in AMA Superbike history.

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MotoAmerica lands at Laguna Seca for season finale

Although the 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship was done and dusted at Indianapolis Motor Speedway two weeks ago with Cameron Beaubier clinching his fifth title, the racing goes on in the HONOS Superbike class and this weekend’s MotoAmerica GEICO Motorcycle Superbike Speedfest At Monterey may end up being one of the more wide-open and unpredictable rounds of the season.
One thing the round at The Brickyard showed us was that the rest of the HONOS Superbike pack has gained a little ground on Beaubier and the five-time champion winning at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca is no longer a foregone conclusion. Although Beaubier wasn’t his normal dominant self at Indy with three crashes, including two in races as he was trying to lock down the title, the others gained a bit of confidence that they were actually able to beat him fair and square.

Eazi-Grip supported Ducati claims historic race win in MotoAmerica Superbikes at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Ten years since Ducati's last Superbike Championship win on American soil, Italian Rider Lorenzo Zanetti secures an impressive first victory for the Warhorse HSBK Ducati New York Team on the Panigale V4 R SBK at the hallowed grounds of The Brickyard.
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- This weekend marked a historic moment for Ducati as their Italian rider Lorenzo Zanetti took a phenomenal victory at the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, fending off the advances of the best superbike racers in the United States and making a memorable U.S. debut for the Ducati Corse-supplied Panigale V4 R SBK.

Eazi-Grip Racing Products chats with Jason O’Halloran

We caught up with McAMS Yamaha's Jason O'Halloran at Brands Hatch on Friday 16th October. Check out his thoughts on the circuit, the championship (at the time) and of course his Eazi-Grip tank grips.

Eazi-Grip Racing Products chat with BSB Superstock Champion Chrissy Rouse

We caught up with the coolest maths teacher in the UK right now, Chrissy Rouse at Brands Hatch on Friday 16th October. We chatted about his experiences of the circuit, his tactics and his Eazi-Grip tank grips.

Eazi-Grip supported Chrissy Rouse is crowned British Superstock Champion!

Geordie maths teacher Chrissy Rouse has lifted the 2020 Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship after crossing the line third at Brands Hatch.
The Crowe Performance Racing rider was crowned champion at the end of a hard-fought and dramatic season of the fiercely-competitive motorcycle racing series.
Rouse, of Burnopfield near Newcastle, went into the weekend 10 points ahead of rival Tom Neave, but with 25 to play for, he knew anything could happen and was determined to beat him on track during Sunday’s race to secure the title.

Rea continues to make WorldSBK history

Rea secured his sixth consecutive title at Estoril, but he did not make it easy for himself after a Superpole crash.
Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki Racing Team WorldSBK) came into the Pirelli Estoril Round with a 59-point advantage over title rival Scott Redding (ARUBA.IT Racing – Ducati) and needed to only score three points at the Circuito Estoril to claim his sixth consecutive FIM Superbike World Championship title.

Eazi-Grip supported Rory Skinner signs off with Supersport win

Rory Skinner concluded his dominant Quattro Group British Supersport Championship season with another dominant win. Harry Truelove launched off pole position to take the holeshot ahead of Brad Jones and Ben Currie. As they started the second lap, series leader Skinner sliced his way into third as the leading four riders were covered by less than half a second.

Eazi-Grip Supported Josh Brookes is the 2020 BSB Champion!

Josh Brookes has celebrated becoming the Bennetts British Superbike Champion for a second time following a sensational title-deciding triple-header on the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit.
Having lost some momentum to his main rivals on Saturday, the Australian responded today (Sunday) in superb style with a pair of lights-to-flag victories, surely amongst his best-ever rides in Bennetts BSB. In both races he withstood prolonged and intense pressure from the McAMS Yamaha pairing of Jason O'Halloran and Tarran Mackenzie, but appeared completely unflappable throughout.

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