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Monthly Archives: July 2023

Davey Todd has announced that he has parted ways from Padgett’s Honda

Davey Todd has announced that he has parted ways from Clive Padgett’s team in an amicable agreement to bring their highly successful association to an end.

Michael Dunlop dominates the Armoy Road Races

Michael Dunlop secured five wins at the Armoy road races for the second time in his career as he reclaimed the feature 'Race of Legends' crown on Saturday.

Jake Gagne qualifies fastest and wins Race One. Mathew Scholtz is taken out in Race One but joins Jake on the podium in Race Two.

Jake Gagne extended his championship lead at Brainerd Raceway Minnesota this weekend with a win in Race One and second place in Race Two. Mathew unfortunately got taken out in Race One, but bounced back with a podium in Race Two.

Jonathan Rea gets his first win in Race One at WorldSBK Most as Toprak crashes out of the lead in Race Two

Jonathan Rea secured his first victory of 2023, the 'Titanic Trio' (Rea, Bautista and Rzgatlioglu) returned to the podium together in the Superpole Race on Sunday, and Razgatlioglu suffered a rear tyre issue to crash out the lead in Race Two in a drama filled weekend at Most.

Tarran Mackenzie stuns with slick tyre gamble to give Honda’s first WorldSSP victory since 2016

Tarran Mackenzie stunned the FIM Supersport World Championship as he opted not to change tyres when the rain came down during Race 2 at the Autodrom Most on his way to a maiden win.

Manzi finishes second in Race One with Navarro P9. Sunday was a rare day to forget for Ten Kate Racing.

Manzi finished second in a hard-fought Race One at Most, while Navarro finished in the points in P9. Unfortunately in a rare off day for Ten Kate, Navarro crashed while he was on course for a podium and Manzi suffered a technical issue while fighting for for the win.

Tyre gamble doesn’t pay off for PTR Triumph at Most

Tyres were definitely the subjest of the weekend at Most with the changeable weather. Tuuli's best result was P7 in Saturday's Race One. Vostatek, who was standing in for an injured Harry Truelove, just missed out on the points on Saturday.

Scott Redding finishes 4th in Race One and Michael Van Der Mark makes his comeback from injury

Scott Redding had a great practice day with topping the times in FP1. He finished fourth in Race One after a strategic pit stop to change to intermediate tyres. Michael Van Der Mark took his comeback races cautiously to finish the races and gather data.

Lucas Mahias makes the points in WorldSSP Race One, but crashes out in Race Two. Tito Rabat takes home points at WorldSBK Most.

The changeable conditions made deciding which tyres to use crucial this weekend. There were many surprising crashes in the races and unfortunately that included Lucas Mahias. Tito Rabat got a couple of points in the WorldSBK races, but got pushed off track in Race Two where he finished eighteenth.

A disappointing Saturday with 2 crashes for Team Go Eleven, better day on Sunday

It was a difficult weekend at Most for Team Go Eleven with tyre choices playing a big part in the changeable conditions. Saturday unfortunately saw Philipp crash twice, so started Race Two in P24 on Sunday. He managed to work his way up to P13 to salvage some points for the team.

PTR Triumph are motivated for WorldSSP Most round

Local hero Ondrej Vostatek was initially lined up as a wildcard entry for the Acerbis Czech Round but with Harry Truelove ruled out recovering from the injuries he sustained at Donington Park, Vostatek now makes his return to the World Supersport category on his home ground as a substitute for Truelove.

Team Go Eleven are ready for the last WorldSBK round before the Summer break at Most

Philipp and the Go Eleven Team come in Most after a difficult home race with few points scored, due to a completely new track for the German rider. Here, on the other hand, last year Oettl was able to take a good Top Ten at the end of Race 2.

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