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Monthly Archives: May 2021

Navarra hosts first WorldSBK action as Ducati teams hold two-day test including Eazi-Grip supported Team Go Eleven

Scott Redding (Aruba.It Racing – Ducati) and teammate Michael Ruben Rinaldi, Tito Rabat (Barni Racing Team), Chaz Davies (Eazi-Grip supported Team GoEleven) and Axel Bassani (Motocorsa Racing) all represented Ducati at the test with five Panigale V4 R machines on track, while Niki Tuuli (MV Agusta Corse Clienti), Randy Krummenacher (EAB Racing Team) and Philipp Oettl (Eazi-Grip supported Kawasaki Puccetti Racing) were all on track from the FIM Supersport World Championship.

Snetterton weather doesn’t play ball for Eazi-Grip supported McAMS Yamaha

The second Bennetts British Superbike test of 2021 at Snetterton proved a frustrating one for the McAMS Yamaha team with the Great British summer interrupting proceedings throughout the three days.  
The test was set to be a busy affair with the opening day on Tuesday to be a full, open pit-lane session for Superbike teams but with gale force winds and rain throughout the day, nobody turned a wheel.

World Superbike Test at Motorland Aragon

More pre-season action took place at MotorLand Aragon across Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week with Kawasaki joining BMW and Yamaha at the Alcañiz circuit with the track hosting the first round of the 2021 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship season in just a couple of weeks.

Eazi-Grip supported Christian Iddon is fastest on day 2 at Snetterton

VisionTrack Ducati’s Christian Iddon remained at the top of the times in the second Bennetts British Superbike Championship official test session at Snetterton yesterday afternoon, again waiting until the final moments to post his best lap, which put him 0.166s ahead of Tommy Bridewell.

Eazi Grip supported Mathew Scholtz of Westby Racing leads the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship

Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz got the soaking-wet monkey off his back with his first dry-race HONOS Superbike victory at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, the South African leading 18 of the 19 laps for the perfect start to his 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship.
Scholtz, whose previous two Superbike wins came in wet conditions in 2017 (Circuit of The America) and 2018 (Barber Motorsports Park), won this one from the front and under bright sunshine in Georgia. The victory also came in Scholtz’s first race since he suffered serious leg injuries at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in October.

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