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The Fight is On! Eazi-Grip supported McAMS Yamaha contenders head for Brands Hatch finale

The fight is on for the McAMS Yamaha team as they head to the final rounds of the 2020 Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch this weekend with both riders in contention for the crown. Australia’s Jason O’Halloran sits just 19 points behind series leader Josh Brookes ahead of the weekend’s final three races, with team-mate Tarran Mackenzie 46 points off the top of the table meaning he too is mathematically in contention for the title.

About BSB team True Heroes Racing with founder Phil Spencer

Watch True Heroes founder and serving Navy officer Phil Spencer explain the ethos of True Heroes Racing, the largest BSB team in the paddock, but one with a difference.

Double podium for Eazi-Grip supported DesmoSport Ducati

Round four of the Southern Downs & Queensland Road Racing Series saw Mike Jones and Oli Bayliss take second and third overall in the Formula 1 (Superbike) class after consistent results across all four races over the weekend.

Mike Jones - 2nd Overall Qualified: 2nd (1:13.654) Best Lap: 1:13.068 Results: 2-2-1-2

Oli Bayliss - 3rd Overall Qualified: 4th (1:14.788) Best Lap: 1:13.655 Results: 6-4-3-3

MotoAmerica weekend round up – Eazi-Grip supported Beaubier is crowned champion

Three things of note jump out after a three-HONOS Superbike race weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway: for starters, Italian Lorenzo Zanetti ended a winless drought for Ducati in AMA Superbike racing that dated back to 2010. Then there was Bobby Fong’s arrival as a bonafide MotoAmerica Superbike star with a weekend that saw him win two races and finish second in the only one he didn’t win. And it all wrapped up with the bow on top being the fact that Cameron Beaubier emerged from a somewhat difficult weekend with a fifth MotoAmerica Superbike Championship in his back pocket.

Honda Racing UK’s Davey Todd discusses his Eazi-Grip tank grips

Davey Todd, Honda Racing's British Superbikes Superstock rider, has a chat with our MD, Malcolm Brassington, about why he uses Eazi-Grip tank grips when racing and why he recommends them.

Mahias graduates to WorldSBK with Eazi-Grip supported Puccetti Kawasaki for 2021

The 2021 MOTUL FIM Superbike World Championship grid is beginning to take shape as the Kawasaki Puccetti Racing team announce Lucas Mahias as their rider in WorldSBK next season. The 2017 World Supersport Champion has won races for the Italian team’s World Supersport effort in the last two years and will graduate to the WorldSBK Championship on a full-time basis for 2021.

Honda Racing’s Superstock rider Tom Neave adapts his Eazi-Grip grips

Tom Neave has added Eazi-Grip grips to the tank of his superstock Fireblade, to increase traction on his chest under heavy braking to stop him sliding up the tank. It obviously works as he has now closed the gap in the Championship standings with a dominant win in the second Pirelli National Superstock 1000 race.

Jonathan Rea must wait for final round to try and secure sixth world title

Jonathan Rea must wait until the final round of the World Superbike series to try and secure a sixth title in a row after he finished fourth behind winner Scott Redding in Race Two in France. Redding's victory meant Rea had to finish in the top three to tie up the championship but he remains very well placed to seal the crown in Estoril. Rea had won the first feature race on Saturday and Sunday's Superpole event.

Eazi-Grip supported Mackenzie becomes third different Donington winner as the title fight rages into Brands Hatch

Tarran Mackenzie became the third different rider to top the Bennetts British Superbike Championship podium at Donington Park this afternoon, grabbing the lead with four laps to go to give McAMS Yamaha the final victory of the weekend. The final race of the weekend got underway with Josh Brookes leading the pack into Redgate for the first time ahead of Jason O'Halloran, but Tommy Bridewell was instantly on the attack and grabbed second on the Oxford Products Racing Ducati.

Eazi-Grip supported Rory Skinner becomes youngest British Supersport champion win Donington Park win

Just one week after celebrating his 19th birthday, Scotland's Rory Skinner became the youngest ever champion in the 32 year history of the British Supersport Championship after taking a dominant win in today’s 14-lap Feature race at Donington Park. The 2018 British Talent Cup champion had gone to the Leicestershire circuit with a 73 point advantage over his nearest rival, Tysers Yamaha team-mate Brad Jones, but was unable to wrap up the title in Saturday’s Sprint race, when he crashed out of the lead – one of many fallers on a soaked circuit affected by Storm Alex.

Eazi-Grip Supported Team Go Eleven at Magny-Cours This Weekend

The WorldSBK circus moves to France, Circuit de Nevers-Magny Cours is preparing to host the WorldSBK title challenge! The weather conditions are expected to be complicated during all three days. The rain, in all probability, will be the protagonist on the famous French track, forcing the riders to adapt to the changing conditions of the track. In addition, temperatures will be much lower than in all previous Rounds, probably changing the values ​​on track.

Eazi-Grip Supported Rory Skinner aiming to become youngest British Supersport champion at Donington Park this weekend

Perth motorcycle racer Rory Skinner is aiming to become the youngest ever champion in the 32 year history of the Quattro Plant British Supersport Championship at Donington Park this weekend, less than a week after celebrating his 19th birthday.

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