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Monthly Archives: September 2022

Ten Kate Racing and Aegerter to part ways after two successful seasons

Ten Kate Racing and Dominique Aegerter will part ways at the end of this season. The Nieuwleusen-based team has enjoyed great success with the Swiss rider, with the world title in the World Supersport class in 2021 being a highlight so far.

End of an era as Appleyard Macadam Yamaha sign off after 5 championships

Britain’s most successful Supersport team, Appleyard Macadam Yamaha, are hanging up their pit boards- after an unprecedented four Supersport Championship crowns and a 125cc title.

Eazi-Grip visit the Yamaha Off-Road Experience to develop our Off-Road Range

Our Product Designer Kerry and Operations Manager David recently visited the Yamaha Off-Road Experience in Llanidloes, Wales to meet British Enduro Champion Dylan Jones.

Stefano Manzi’s charge from P17 to P3 shows the potential and pace of Triumph in WorldSSP

Stefano Manzi (Dynavolt Triumph) put in one of the most impressive rides of the season. The Italian rookie made an impressive fight back from 17th on the grid – the sixth row – to come through to be in the battle for victory until the closing stages.

Donington Park is the next stop for McAMS Yamaha

Round 10 of the championship comes less than a week after Round 9 saw the team suffer a devastating weekend in which Tarran Mackenzie was ruled out of action for the remainder of the season with a broken femur and Jason O’Halloran’s title hopes took a huge hit when he was taken out of two consecutive races in two similar incidents involving contact with other riders.

FS-3 Kawasaki report from Oulton Park

Here is Team Principal Nigel Snook's report from an eventful Oulton Park BSB round.

Jake Gagne retains his MotoAmerica Championship crown

"I wouldn’t have asked for a better year. Last year was cool winning all those races and taking home the championship, but this one feels good to bring it all the way down to the last race. It was just incredible."

Positive weekend for Ryde and Ray at Oulton Park despite frustrations

"Overall it was a positive weekend, we came here with a thirteen-point lead and we leave with a forty-point lead but not ideal losing so many points to Tommy Bridewell, especially in race three."

Danny Buchan and Synetiq BMW back in the mix at Oulton Park

"Overall not a bad weekend really, 5-5-4 is quite good. I did my fastest ever lap around Oulton today in race 2 and the SYNETIQ BMW felt really good."

Glenn Irwin takes a podium at Oulton Park for Honda Racing UK

Glenn Irwin secured second place this weekend at Oulton Park: "This weekend is a reward for a lot of hard work and the biggest credit must go to the team, we have a bike that is a fantastic Superstock bike, and also a fantastic Superbike at many different tracks, as we have seen in road racing and also here in BSB."

McAMS Yamaha dealt crushing blow for both Tarran and Jason at Oulton Park

A weekend to forget for McAMS Yamaha at Oulton Park. Both Jason and Tarran were involved in accidents on both days with Jason being taken out by other riders, and Tarran fell by Hizzy's on Sunday and sustained a broken femur. Unfortunately it's the end of Tarran's championship campaign. Jason should hopefully be well for Donington this weekend.

Three different race winners at a drama filled weekend at Oulton Park

In a weekend full of drama, Bradley Ray, Lee Jackson and Tommy Bridewell each took the win in the three superbike races at Oulton Park. Jason O'Halloran, Tarran Mackenzie, Rory Skinner and Christian Iddon were all involved in accidents and we wish them a full and speedy recovery.

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