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THUNDERSPORT GB

CHAMPIONSHIPS 2017 ROUND 4 28th & 29th May 2017

THE HOME OF SPORTSMAN RACING

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TIMETABLE OF EVENTS - SUNDAY

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9.00am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Golden Era SBK, GP1 Classic/FM & Golden Era Supersport

9.19am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Supertwins/Stocktwins, Aprilia RRV450 & Golden Era Steelsport

9.38am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman

9.57am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Thundersport 500 Elite & Seniors

10.16am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Thundersport 500 Freshman & Thundersport Superteens

10.35am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Thundersport GP1 Sportsman & Elite

10.54am

15 Minutes Qualifying

Thundersport 600 Sportsman & Elite

11.22am

RACE 1

Supertwins/Stocktwins & Aprilia RRV450GP

8 Laps (18 miles)

11.44am

RACE 2

Golden Era Superbike & Thundersport GP1 Classic/FM

8 Laps (18 miles)

12.06pm

RACE 3

Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman

8 Laps (18 miles)

12.28pm

RACE 4

Golden Era Supersport/Steelsport & TS600 Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

12.50pm

RACE 5

Thundersport 500 Elite & Seniors

8 Laps (18 miles)

1.12pm

RACE 6

Thundersport 500 Freshman & Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

LUNCH BREAK 2.15pm

RACE 7

Thundersport GP1 Sportsman & Elite

12 Laps (26 miles)

2.40pm

RACE 8

Thundersport Superteens

8 Laps (18 miles)

3.02pm

RACE 9

Thundersport 600 Sportsman & Elite

12 Laps (26 miles)

3.30pm

RACE 10

Supertwins/Stocktwins & Aprilia RRV450GP

8 Laps (18 miles)

3.52pm

RACE 11

Golden Era Superbike & Thundersport GP1 Classic/FM

8 Laps (18 miles)

4.14pm

RACE 12

Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman

8 Laps (18 miles)

4.36pm

RACE 13

Golden Era Supersport/Steelsport & TS600 Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

4.58pm

RACE 14

Thundersport 500 Elite & Seniors

8 Laps (18 miles)

5.20pm

RACE 15

Thundersport 500 Freshman & Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

5.42pm

RACE 16

Thundersport Superteens

8 Laps (18 miles)


TIMETABLE OF EVENTS - MONDAY 9.00am

10 Minutes Warm Up

Super/Stocktwins, Aprilia RRV450GP & Superteens

9.13am

10 Minutes Warm Up

Golden Era SBK, SS & Thundersport GP1 Classic & FM

9.26am

10 Minutes Warm Up

All Odd Number 600cc

9.39am

10 Minutes Warm Up

All Even Number 600cc

9.52am

10 Minutes Warm Up

Thundersport 500

10.05am

10 Minutes Warm Up

Thundersport GP1 & authorised extras

10.20am

RACE 1

Supertwins/Stocktwins & Aprilia RRV450GP

8 Laps (18 miles)

10.42am

RACE 2

Golden Era Superbike & Thundersport GP1 Classic/FM

8 Laps (18 miles)

11.04am

RACE 3

Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman

8 Laps (18 miles)

11.26am

RACE 4

Thundersport GP1 Elite & Sportsman

12 Laps (26 miles)

11.55am

RACE 5

Golden Era Supersport/Steelsport & TS600 Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

12.17pm

RACE 6

Thundersport 500 Elite & Seniors

8 Laps (18 miles)

12.39pm

RACE 7

Thundersport 600 Elite & Sportsman

12 Laps (26 miles)

1.05pm

RACE 8

Thundersport Superteens

8 Laps (18 miles)

LUNCH BREAK 2.10pm

RACE 9

Thundersport 500 Freshman & Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

2.32pm

RACE 10

Supertwins/Stocktwins & Aprilia RRV450GP

8 Laps (18 miles)

2.54pm

RACE 11

Golden Era Superbike & Thundersport GP1 Classic/FM

8 Laps (18 miles)

3.16pm

RACE 12

Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman

8 Laps (18 miles)

3.38pm

RACE 13

Thundersport GP1 Elite & Sportsman

12 Laps (26 miles)

4.05pm

RACE 14

Golden Era Supersport/Steelsport & TS600 Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

4.27pm

RACE 15

Thundersport 500 Elite & Seniors

8 Laps (18 miles)

4.49pm

RACE 16

Thundersport 600 Elite & Sportsman

12 Laps (26 miles)

5.15pm

RACE 17

Thundersport Superteens

8 Laps (18 miles)

5.37pm

RACE 18

Thundersport 500 Freshman & Cup

8 Laps (18 miles)

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THUNDERSPORT GB (Affiliated to the ACU as Club Thundersport Ltd) This meeting is held under a European OPEN Road Race Permit, complying with the National Sporting Code and the Standing Regulations for Road Races of the ACU, the Supplementary Regulations of the above organisation, and in accordance with the ACU / FIM Environmental Code. Permanent Course Licence No. 012 ACU Permit No. ACU 49123 Outline Flags and other signals used at this meeting: (full details are shown in the ACU Handbook a copy of which is available for inspection in the Race Administration).

OUTLINE FLAGS AND OTHER SIGNALS

RED LIGHTS - May be extinguished as the signal to start races. May be illuminated to stop races or practice NATIONAL FLAG - May be used as the signal to start races GREEN FLAG - Indicates that the track is clear YELLOW FLAG - This Flag indicates that there is danger ahead. Overtaking in this sector is forbidden YELLOW /RED STRIPED FLAG - This indicates a lack of adhesion in this sector. Oil, Water or another substance (debris) on track RED FLAG - The race or practice session is stopped. Riders must return slowly to the pits or as directed by the marshals YELLOW I BLACK CROSS - This flag is shown at the startline at the beginning of the last lap. CHEQUERED FLAG - Indicates the end of the race or practice session

NOTICE: MOTOR SPORTS CAN BE DANGEROUS! Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions, unavoidable accidents can happen. Please comply with all instructions of marshals and notices and remain in permitted areas only. THEY ARE CONCERNED WITH YOUR SAFETY

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CADWELL PARK CIRCUIT

RACE DIRECTOR Dave Stewart

SECRETARY OF THE MEETING Dave Stewart 10 Hemington Lane Lockington Leicestershire. DE74 2RJ

RACE SECRETARY Bernadette Stewart

CLERK OF THE COURSE Dave Stewart DEPUTY CLERKS OF THE COURSE Phil Page Kyle Tansley Joanne Lumb Samantha Page / Janet Day

OFFICIALS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ASSISTANT RACE SECRETARY CHIEF TECHNICAL STEWARDS Stuart Bailey (Chief)

CHIEF MARSHAL John Pedersen

CHIEF INCIDENT OFFICER Mark Lumb

SOUND CONTROL

Rodger Wadey (Senior)

STARTLINE OFFICIALS Dave Richardson (Chief) Gary Rodwell (Deputy)

RACE CONTROL Joanne Page

ASSEMBLY AREA

Norman & Margaret Lowes

PODIUM CREW Thundersport Syd Alison Osler

RECOVERY TEAM

Dan & Natalie Wesley Keith Goldsmith / Dave Evans

ACU STEWARD John Ward

TIMEKEEPERS TSL Timing

CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICERS Ellen Rawlinson Steve Ready Sarah Palfreman

AMBULANCE SERVICE

APMS & Inter County Paramedic

COMMENTATORS

Robin Murphy - John Ward

CIRCUIT MANAGER

Paul Woodford - 01507 343248


MAVERICK TENDENCY! Sometimes it’s an advantage if everyone thinks you’re a bit prone to taking the more difficult path to get to the right solution. It also helps if you also have a track record of making that more difficult path work better than anything else on the market at the same time. It’s called a “Maverick Tendency” and it’s a term that I’ve become fairly used to hearing about myself over the past 25 years or so. We set the Thundersport GB Championship up to be something slightly different and we have not been afraid to go our own way with pretty much every aspect of organising our events. Some of those differences can be easy to see and others more difficult. Some of our innovations are difficult to spot because as soon as something becomes very obviously successful, others jump on the bandwagon and copy/ imitate those things pretty quickly. Our introduction of internet radio channels to assist riders and supporters was copied within weeks of its introduction three years ago and that aspect of event management has now become

pretty much standard practice. There are loads of other things in the same bracket, but none of them actually matter much in the great scheme of things as it all goes towards improving the whole sector of the sport that is road racing. We keep innovating, others keep copying, it’s just the way of the world and we really don’t mind. One thing that was new in 2016 and continues this year with Thundersport GB that will be extremely difficult to recreate elsewhere is the intense level of interest and input being generated by the major tyre manufacturers. We have for many years resisted the advances of various tyre brands who each wanted to obtain a dominant position within our paddock. We could have simply chosen one brand and cashed in, as others have, but that’s not the maverick style! We wanted as much manufacturer backed competition as possible in order to give the widest possible range of technical support and choice available to all of our riders. Sure, we do have a control class in Thundersport 500 but that

is because the bikes are all the same model too. The scenario is completely different and riders that are attracted to that budget class aren’t looking for wide parameters of choice, they are looking for equality and availability. I was told that it would be impossible to get any of the major manufacturers to officially put their names to open competition as they would all be afraid of losing. Well, for 2016 we had four of the major brands who demonstrated that they had faith in their products and they were not afraid of any competition. Far from any of them running away at the end of the year, they all came straight back in for 2017 and they all relish the challenge. This is the best official tyre manufacturer involvement anywhere. It was a fascinating season on the big bike grids - Thundersport GP1 Elite and Thundersport 600 Elite classes. Dunlop had long been acknowledged as the benchmark tyre in both classes, although the latest Pirelli product is now very


close. The acid test has always been that when riders enter into a non-control environment, they more often than not opt for the Dunlop rubber, even if they have been racing on something else all season. Dunlop would have had to be considered to be in pole position in the early season clashes, but they would have to work very hard to stay there. Avon have been busy developing a new Supersport tyre recently that in testing has been able to match lap times from the best of the other brands with a consistency that has even Steve Smith (Sales & Marketing Manager) rubbing his hands in anticipation. After a year developing the product on Supertwins – in which they claimed championship victory at the first attempt – technical guru Ashley Vowles knew he had the track record to do the job. Continental have the superb Conti Race Attack tyre which they have diligently worked at improving and developing over the past three seasons. Having spoken to several very adept riders who have tried them, I think they may be even closer to the outright pace of the Dunlops than even the Pirelli is right now. Full technical support here comes from Graham Matchams who has steadily refined the data and now has a very good setting for any conditions.

Michelin was the dark horse in this context. Nobody has ever doubted the technical ability of this global brand, but in the past the emphasis seems to have been on tyres that had a very high level of grip, but somehow suffered from a lack of feedback. The best riders in the world rated the product, but mere mortals could not work within such a narrow window of operating temperatures. Michelin brought a completely new product to the table and had the Thundersport GB series as their main focus of attention in the UK. Pre-season testing saw their riders setting lap times that were below the current lap record around the Donington Park National circuit where the air temperature was only 4 degrees all day. The new Moto-GP supplier had four very confident looking senior personnel watching from pit wall. Michelin managed to seize the Thundersport GP1 Championship at the first time of asking and Lee Williams is looking to defend that title this year. It says a lot about the confidence of all four brands though, as they all scored various Championship victories (ranging from Elite 600s to Supertwins) that they are all back and contesting a range of classes this year. They all know that there are no easy wins here and they all recognise the value of open competition.

That open competition also benefits the end user - the racers - as because nobody has a monopoly, they all have to fight for their share of the paddock business. This is significant because the tyre market within the Thundersport GB paddock is worth around £1.2 million per season and is actually significant in terms of overall UK sports tyre sales to all of the brands. The Maverick Tendency here was for us to resist the lure of a very large lump sum payment from a single brand - which benefits only us as an organisation, and is a route preferred by many race organisers worldwide. Instead we opted to let riders decide which brand they feel is best for their particular style in order to keep the competition vibrant and it seems that the riders & manufacturers all want that too. The riders know that they are able to shop around for the best deals, and they also know that we are putting their needs ahead of the simplicity of us just trousering the money (in fairness, Syds trousers are a little too snug for that anyway...). The manufacturers all know that the riders will see which brand is dominating the podium and head straight to the tyre truck to buy that brand. Win on Sunday – Sell on Monday!


The Donington 500 is the brainchild of Bob Adams, the Donington Park Director of Racing. He has long been conscious of the seemingly ever increasing costs associated with getting into racing. Some of those costs are real and others are just perceived, but the fact that getting into the sport has an aura of large expense is a very good reason for addressing the issue. Back in the day there were a plethora of one day race meetings that were completely stand alone – no practice day, no pre-event qualifying – the whole thing was accomplished between 9.00am & 5.00pm on race day. Of course there are a few such events still around, but none of them take place on the premier circuits like Donington Park, Brands Hatch or Silverstone. The Donington 500 is designed to recreate that 1990s style of race meeting, but with 21st century safety standards. This event will be going back to the old school style of 3 races per class on the single day, so everyone will go home tired and happy having had a busy days racing. So let’s wind the clock back to 1992 (25 years ago). Bob was also keen to firmly establish the link between cheap racing and kids racing. Although most racing caters for adults, Bob is acutely aware that the link between youth racing and the future health of our sport is inescapable. Therefore, for the first time in modern racing, the Cool Fab Racing Conti & Metrakit GP50s & GP70s will be sharing equal billing with the adult classes at an ACU sanctioned event with 3 races for these mini Grand Prix bikes. Central to the event will be a 250 mile endurance race for CB500 machines - The Donington 250 - with teams of 2 or 3 riders. This will be “true endurance” style with just one bike shared between the riders. This re-introduces the integral teamwork element that is missing from modern Tag-style endurance. Fuel stops, pad changes and getting the bike to the finish requires a level of teamwork not present in multiple machine races where swapping the transponder from one bike to another has eliminated much of this aspect of endurance. The team spirit engendered by this is awesome to be a part of. The GB Racing Military Races are already an established part of the Thundersport GB set up, but this event will showcase the serving military riders with a full set of 3 championship races. These lads could be racing here at Donington Park one weekend and then risking their lives the very next week in order to protect the freedoms we all take for granted. Finally, we will be running The Thundersport 21st Century Challenge. This is an event for any rider born in the 21st Century riding a production based machine up to & including a 650cc twin. So Aprilia RS125s, Kawasaki ZX300s, KTM RC390s, Aprilia RRV450s, Honda CB500s, Suzuki SV650s, Kawasaki ER6s and any Formula 400 machine. The results will be based on a sealed handicap which will weight a riders performance assessed on the ultimate lap time possible on his/her machine. As well as having Mini-Moto bikes on the Melbourne Loop a full days race action will be taking place simultaneously on the National circuit. For those who have never sampled the thrill of riding on twowheels, the Ron Haslam Race School will be on site to give information and take bookings for their world renowned Honda Riding Skills courses. They supply everything you need to sample track action – helmets, boots, gloves and top quality race suits – so there is no initial outlay in finding out about the exciting world of motorcycle sport. The full programme of events will include:The Donington 500 Two-Fifty Endurance GB Racing British Military Inter Services Challenge Cool Fab Racing GP70 & GP50 The 21st Century Challenge That’s 200 racing laps plus practice – all for just £5 admission The event takes place on Sunday 13th August, so for a real taste of the nostalgic 1990s, make a special note in your diary.

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AVON TYRES SUPERTWINS

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- STOCKTWINS & APRILIA RRV450GP

CLASS LAP RECORDS Supertwins - 1.34.762 John Simpson Stocktwins - 1.37.434 Dan Taylor Aprilia RRV450 - 1.36.718 George Stanley

SUPERTWINS THE ORIGINAL GP2 FOR THE MASSES! WHAT’S SUPER ABOUT SUPERTWINS?

Thundersport GB started out with what is now our Supertwin class back in 2009 (it was called GP2 back then) and it has since appeared in Irish Road Races, the North-West 200 and more recently the TT Races. These light and manouverable 650cc twin cylinder 4-strokes can be built for around half the cost of a 600cc Superstock machine and open up a route for the home tuner to get re-involved in the modern racing scene. The British Superbike package is missing out on this middleweight category at the moment and I can’t understand why. It would fill in that elusive rung on every budding young racers ladder to success.

STOCKTWINS ARE SUPERTWINS ON A BUDGET

Whereas the Supertwin category has no tuning restrictions, we also compliment that with our more cost concious Stocktwins Championship. Cost control was always designed to be a core principal of Stocktwins and the rules are designed to allow most things that are NOT performance enhancing.

APRILIA RRV450GP

These are designed to be as close as you can get handling wise to the old 250GP bikes, but with the elegantly engineered Aprilia / Rotax 4-stroke V-twin unit that powers the world beating SXV Supermotard machines. No 8 2 9 16 17 18 19 21 22 26 31 32 33 34 35 36 43 45 52 55 60 63 65 66 70 71 76 77 78 86 90 91 96 101 126 133 221 691

Rider Rick Saville Stephen Taylor Alex Taylor Luke Verwey Jonny Towers Matt Powell Neil Schofield Nicole Lynch Joseph Thomas Daniel Taylor Ben Ashcroft Marc Harrison John Hacker Ian McGann Tim Hawkins Darryl Hodder Alex Platt Andrew Castle Ash Bryant Ben Rainbow Greg Madero Gary Arden Daniel Capper Rhys Irwin Paul Williams Robert Kirk Mark Kirkby Kade Verwey Charlie King Thomas Jennings Rishon Hickey Emma Field Jason Markham Chris Asquith Alex Wood Ben Tolliday Eunan McGlinchey Justin Sharp

Hometown Grimsby Oakham Southwater Silverstone Coton in Elms Swansea Barnsley Clondalkin ROI Pencoed Kirton Lindsey Warrington Burbage Leicester Hounslow Minehead Basingstoke Lincoln Lincoln Nantwich Plymouth Towcester Wisbech Middlewich Letterkenny Beaworthy Lincoln Hexham Silverstone Gorleston Hinckley Burntisland Barton u Humber Salisbury Bradford York Scarborough Coleraine NI Lincoln

Team SOS Racing STR Racing Team #2 Scott Racing M/cycles Team XG Group Team Edge RST UWTSD Orthrus Racing Schofield Racing Medlar Racing UWTSD Orthrus Racing S Brocklehurst Transport Ashcroft Racing Harrison Racing JH Racing British Army Race Team Hawkins Racing DH Racing B&B Motorcycles RAF MSA Bryant Racing RAF MSA Madero Racing Brickdustracing Team BGC Oasis Bar Letterkenny Ace M/cycles Bude R Kirk Racing MK Racing Team XG Group CK Racing TJ Racing Rishon Racing EF Racing British Army Race Team Asquith Racing CWP Racing Team Tolly Racing EMR Racing Happy Days Racing

Machine Kawasaki Suzuki Aprilia Aprilia Kawasaki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Aprilia Aprilia Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Kawasaki Suzuki Suzuki Aprilia Suzuki Suzuki Kawasaki Aprilia Kawasaki Aprilia WK Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Aprilia Suzuki Suzuki Kawasaki

cc 650 650 450 450 650 650 650 650 650 650 450 450 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 450 650 650 650 450 650 450 650 650 650 650 450 650 650 650

CL S S RRV RRV T S S T S T RRV RRV T S S T S S T S T T S RRV S S T RRV T RRV T S S S RRV T T S

Avon Tyres Supertwins Points

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Jonny Towers Greg Madero Jonathan Perry Dan Taylor Ben Tolliday Alex Taylor Alex Platt Joe Thomas Kade Verwey Gary Johnson

256 206 142 125 123 110 92 74 70 61

Avon Tyres Stocktwins Points 1 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Alex Platt Joe Thomas Neil Schofield Ian McGann Jason Markham Ben Rainbow Paul Williams Stephen Taylor Dan Bateman Emma Field

246 190 162 140 132 79 73 71 71 69

Alex Taylor Kade Verwey Rhys Irwin Alex Wood Kasey Wyatt Ben Ashcroft Luke Verwey Thomas Jennings Laurence Edgeley Max Lofthouse

279 189 157 144 115 106 95 91 50 41

Aprilia RRV450GP Points


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Photo supplied by Ian Boldy Superbike Photography

CHRIS HELLEWELL 2016 THUNDERSPORT GB GOLDEN ERA SUPERSPORT CHAMPION

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RACE COMPOUNDS

JAMIE HODSON 2016 MANX GRAND PRIX SUPERTWIN RACE CHAMPION

The 3D Ultra Xtreme is recommended for trackday use and quickly reaches working temperatures. It offers a large footprint at extreme lean angles and its 3D siping is designed to improve stability and grip and limit tread flex. For further information on the Avon Tyres range, visit www.avonmotorcycle.com


AVON TYRES GOLDEN ERA SUPERBIKE & ALTO DIGITAL GP1 CLASSIC/FM

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GOLDEN ERA NO GIMMICKS - SUPERBIKES OF THE 90s WHEN TRACTION CONTROL WAS ALL IN THE WRIST ACTION

Some of the most memorable race action came from a time before the electronics geeks interferred with the direct relationship between the twist grip and the throttle slides. Seeing Yasutomo Nagai, Scott Russell, Giancarlo Fallappa, Aaron Slight and Anthony Gobert not only backing it in on high speed sections, but also squirming out of corners whilst the chassis tied itself in knots may not have been as fast as modern Moto-GP bikes - but it looked a whole lot faster and infinitely more exciting. Golden Era Superbikes is our version of this classic era of motorcycle racing, before 1000cc across the frame 4 cylinder bikes displaced the “real” Superbikes of the 750cc era. Just looking at these homologation specials on their paddock stands invokes memories of that era and when they fire up, the chatter of the flatslides just makes me grin - I can’t help it. This year we welcome the GP1 Classic bikes to the grid. Tyres on both classes are any make, any pattern, any type - including slicks. Rims are also free and even carbon wheels can be used. No 1 9 14 17 20 25 33 35 36 37 39 40 41 48 49 52 55 57 63 65 71 77 84 88 89 90 95 96 101 111 114 121 182 221 333 775

Rider Mark Biswell Ross Dunning Brad Davey Ian Popplewell Andy Challis Ben Webster Roman Grendel Shane Pearson Stuart Goodson Vince Carlton Rick Allman Michael Gover Adrian Ottewell Nikolai Lakovic Kevin Howdle Ian Feeley Kirt Powell Ryan Strafford Steven Roberts Andrew Meachen Ritchie Thornton Julyan Pilloy David Bonello Kevin Liddle Chris Ganley Aaron Hay Jordan Watling Kieran Smith Colin Mooney Martyn Robson Jon Wright Martin Stanier Andrew Barling Ryan Leadbitter Jack Yorke Robert Smith

Hometown Aylesbury East Grinstead Abingdon Hull Peterborough Southampton Kettering Borrowash Southsea Market Rasen Crewe Southampton Derby Twyford Cannock Corbridge Spalding Mirfield Stourport Barnsley Surbiton Reading Newcastle Stainton Clevedon Cowling Mexborough Messingham Stockton on Tees Newcastle Shrewsbury Stoke Allenton Ash Leicester Reading

Team Bizzle Bikesport RD Racing Moto 14 Dritsek Kilpa Team CT Racing Team Hopeless RG Sport Racing TWP Racing RNRMRRT Moto 46 VCR Dennis Racing TH Racing AJ Plumbing Meglio / 438 Alpha Hair Academy Corbridge Superbike Club Powell Racing Strafford Racing SR Racing RS Racing Team 71 JP Racing DB Racing KLM Motorsport G-Rex Racing Hay Racing JWR Corkie Racing KLM / Triple S Bacon Pancakes Controls & Safety Ltd MS Racing Racing Lines Derby Rideworx TDM Racing Hilltop Motorcycles RJS Racing

Machine Triumph Suzuki Ducati Kawasaki Suzuki Yamaha Honda Yamaha Suzuki Ducati Yamaha Yamaha Suzuki Kawasaki Honda Honda Kawasaki Honda Yamaha Honda Kawasaki Suzuki Honda Yamaha Yamaha Suzuki Kawasaki Kawasaki Yamaha Aprilia Suzuki Yamaha Aprilia BMW Yamaha BMW

cc 955 750 998 750 750 1000 1000 1000 750 996 750 1000 750 1000 1000 1100 1000 1000 1000 1000 750 750 1000 750 1000 750 750 750 750 1000 750 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

CL SBK GP1C GP1C SBK SBK GP1C FM* GP1C SBK SBK SBK GP1C GP1C FM GP1C GP1C FM SBK GP1C SBK SBK GP1C SBK SBK FM SBK SBK SBK SBK SBK GP1C GP1C SBK FM GP1C FM

Golden Era Superbike Points

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Ritchie Thornton Ryan Strafford Andy Challis Mark Biswell Jordan Watling Jason Dixon Rick Allman Andrew Windsor Andrew Meachen

Kieran Smith

270 246 154 153 92 88 73 59 50 42

Thundersport GP1 C Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Shane Pearson Jon Wright Ross Dunning Michael Gover Brad Davey Martin Stanier Ben Webster Jason Byard Julyan Pilloy Jack Yorke

240 181 138 136 130 109 101 61 43 42

Thundersport GP1 FM Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Ryan Leadbitter Robert Smith Luca Licheri Roman Grendal Sam Cartwright Chris Ganley Donatas Balciunas Steve Bryson

235 200 81 80 50 27 26 13

CLASS LAP RECORD Golden Era Superbike 1.33.572 Chris Martin


A&R RACING - CONTINENTAL PRE-NATIONAL 600 Sport & Freshman

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CLASS LAP RECORDS

Sport 1.34.118 Ashley Milburn F/Man 1.37.051 Alex Laureys

PRE-NATIONAL 600 PASSION PUT INTO ACTION! INTO THE FIRE

The world of motorcycle racing can be an intimidating place for newcomers. If you want to start on a 600cc machine, you’ll quickly discover that everyone else on the grid is a budding Axe-Murderer in the making. In order to ease the transition into this fiercely competitive category, we created the “Pre-National Sport 600” class for riders who have yet to gain a National Licence. It was originally made up of a mix of pure novices and riders who are generally in their second season of racing. It tends to work slightly better than a pure “Novice” or “Rookie” grid because the new riders have some slightly more experienced riders around them that they can learn from - rather than the fastest newcomer being left to his own devices. This is hugely beneficial when it comes to things like lapping slower riders, or dealing

No 6 7 10 11 12 15 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 32 34 35 38 43 45 47 49 52 54 56 57 58 59 61 63 64 66 67 69 78 79 80 85 86 89 91 92 93 96 100 119 133 157 300

Rider Paul McDonald Zsolt Bardi Jonathan Atkinson Will Harper Jake Ward Joseph Addy Stephen Thomas Adam Shepherd Andrew Evans Lee McLaughlin Brian Fuidge Michael Coxon William Griffin Craig Varley Ben Bailey Chris Lavisher Daniel Greenwood Jeremy Watson Jane Nixon Chris Curtis Zac Oultram AJ McDaniel Samuel Mousley Callum Scott Lewis Roberts Steven Dickinson Liam Warren Ben Wales Russell Powell Thomas Holmes Pete Riches Tom Johnson Jonathan Dwyer David Monaghan Karl Seaton Nick Barnes Stephen Kimmings Neil Goodson Luke Turner Liam Dale Ian Norris Dean Golding Chris Bursell Cemal Oram Steven Bentley Alun Brooks Max Bailey Robert Gawthorpe Kingsan Ho

Hometown Bracknell Burnt Oak York Desborough York Gilberdyke Salisbury Barton u Humber Carnforth Leeds Poole Stockton Falkirk Hull Bourne Newbury Plymouth Hemel Hempsted Sleaford Stoulton Manchester Huntingdon Swansea Canterbury Caldicot Rothwell Spalding Knottingly Shrewsbury Walsall Gosport Newport Plymouth Richmond Bury Peterborough Orsett High Wycombe Bedford Bradford Holmer Green York Hull Bristol Norwich Welshpool Blackpool Dublin ROI Nantwich

Team Mac Racing Bardi Racing RNRMRRT MSG Racing Suzuki Ward Racing Addy Racing British Army Race Team Shepherd Racing AE Racing Lee Mc Racing RNRMRRT British Army Race Team RNRMRRT Spencer Varley Racing Ben Bailey Racing LBR Racing RNRMRRT JW Racing Nixon Racing MSG Racing Suzuki Konect Racing RS Racing UWTSD Orthrus Racing RNRMRRT RNRMRRT KCW Racing South Lincs Leisure BW Racing Powell Racing TH Racing PR Racing Satellite Finance Dwyer Power Racing Monaghan Racing KSR Park Electric SK Racing BDR Yamaha LT Racing Barrett Steel Racing Nozza Racing Bumblebee Racing Nuway AV RNRMRRT Rock Racing Brooks Boyz Racing MB Racing SRG Racing UK Racehomes

Machine Triumph Suzuki Honda Suzuki Kawasaki Yamaha Triumph Kawasaki Yamaha Suzuki Suzuki Suzuki Yamaha Kawasaki Yamaha Triumph Honda Yamaha Triumph Suzuki Kawasaki Honda Yamaha Suzuki Yamaha Triumph Triumph Yamaha Honda Yamaha Triumph Yamaha Suzuki Yamaha Kawasaki Yamaha Yamaha Yamaha Kawasaki Yamaha Suzuki Suzuki Triumph Suzuki Triumph Honda Honda Yamaha Honda

cc 675 600 600 600 600 600 675 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 675 600 600 675 600 600 600 600 600 600 675 675 600 600 600 675 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 675 600 675 600 600 600 600

CL S S F S F F F S S F S F F F S S F S S S S F S F S S S S S S F S F S F S S S S S F F S S F S F S S

with temporary course changes such as lack of adhesion flags being utilised on parts of the track. Of course those things can be learnt by trial and error, but having someone who has done it before just ahead of you takes the guesswork out of it. We also have a “Freshman” category within this race, which is for riders on a Novice licence with very little experience. The bikes themselves are pretty much the same specification machines as those on the Sportsman Elite grid, but at this learning stage of the process any small differences are immaterial. As with all 600cc production based formulae, the Pre-National 600 Sport & Freshman classes races on “Road-Legal” treaded tyres unless a “Wet Race” is declared, in which case tyre choice is free. There are no restrictions on the brand of tyre used and all major manufacturers are represented.

Pre-National 600 Sport Points

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Zac Oultram Paul McDonald Will Harper Jeremy Watson Alun Brooks Ben Bailey Sean Kenyon Tom Hill Neil Goodson Liam Warren

271 187 130 113 104 90 68 67 60 59

Pre-National 600 FreshmanPoints 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Michael Coxon AJ McDaniel Lee McLoughlin Stephen Thomas Karl Seaton Mathew Ascroft Ian Norris Joseph Addy Jonathan Pilling Daniel Gregory

230 164 136 111 79 77 75 74 62 55


SUPER-SUPERTEENS! Could the Class of 2017 produce our best crop of new British Talent for several years?

There are great battles ride through the field. Here Max Lofthouse & Liam Bassett chase Harry Leigh After three rounds of the new Thundersport Superteen Championship, I have to say that I am both very happy and at the same time extremely relieved. My biggest fear was that one particular make of machine would prove to be dominant and that riders of the other machines would be left disheartened or disappointed. Three rounds – and 12 races – into the season and we can see that is most certainly not the case. At Brands Hatch talented newcomer Franco Bourne showed just what the aging Aprilia RS125 was capable of, several times riding right around the outside of the heavier yet more powerful Kawasakis. This was not due in any way to the lack of skill on the part of the leading Kawasaki riders, as both Charlie Farrer and Scott Ogden look to have the makings of future champions. The KTMs were left to scrap over the minor placings at Brands Hatch, but

both they and the Aprilia RRV450Rs would come good at the other tracks. The leading KTMs had to sit out the Donington Park round due to the BSB ruling on restricting practice prior to an official BSB event. I have to say that where youngsters are concerned, that has to be one of the most idiotic rules in any championship worldwide. The kids struggle to get enough tracktime in the best of circumstances, so blocking off such an opportunity seems mindless. It clearly makes sense in the adult classes to control costs, but the youngsters really NEED the tracktime. The Aprilia RRV450R proved to be the tool to have at Donington Park, ridden to the limit by Matty Rangeley, but the Kawasakis once again proved that they were competitive. By the end of the weekend the Green machines were once again on the pace.

So, onwards to Snetterton and a venue that ought to have favoured outright speed over sharp handling. This proved not to be the case, as the KTMs had their hands full with a resurgent Matthew Bower aboard the Aprilia who was riding better than I have witnessed in the four years I have been watching him. The Kawasakis joined us for the Monday races and that made the Superteens into possibly the best spectator events of the day. The competition has been so hot in this class that for the first time in years the established class lap records are being threatened and at Snetterton broken (Scott Ogden) by this new crop of youngsters. When you look at the holders of those lap records and the riders who were in the class when they were set- (Jake Dixon, Lee Jackson, Charlie Nesbitt, Danny Kent, Max Cook, Andy Reid, Chrissy Rouse, Fraser Rogers, Wayne Ryan, Gino Rea) - it indicates that this new grid of Superteens has the potential to launch the careers of another bunch of future stars. A friend of mine who is influential in the Moto-GP talent search actually pointed out to me that the mix of machinery we have is better than

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the new World Supersport 300 grid. The different characteristics of the bikes was making it possible for these youngsters to experience open competition at a much earlier stage than any other series. That is significant because that is exactly the environment they will find themselves in at the next stage of their careers, whether that be Moto-3, Supersport, Superstock or even CEV. As good as it can be for youth racers first step, one make racing cannot provide that element of learning to maximise the strong points of your particular machine. The Thundersport GB Championship takes in 9 circuits over 9 rounds with each one presenting a different set of challenges. Cadwell Park is yet another kind of circuit and it is the first one that I genuinely have no idea which machine will prove to have the edge (maybe none). The lap record here was set by Jake Dixon way back in 2011 at 1.43.914 and it would be a real coup for one of our current riders to walk away from the

Up at the sharp end Kade Verwey (KTM) is hunted by Matthew Bower (Aprilia) & Charlie Farrer (Kawasaki)

weekend with a new record set. Last year saw Jake Clark and Jodie Fieldhouse give some of their strongest performances here and with Max Lofthouse back on the RRV450R and Laurence Edgeley trying to get the new Yamaha R3 dialled in, this could end up being an 18-wheeler at the head of the field. Each meeting sees more KTMs and Kawasakis joining the series and IN Competition are busily preparing

more Aprilia RRV450Rs. The Superteens has once again become THE place for youngsters to pitch themselves against the best of their generation and stake their claim for the attention of the international talent scouts that are now actively looking for British Talent. Look no further, they’re all here just waiting to be discovered.

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We Play a Sweeper System! If you’re not into football, that joke probably went over your head........

This oil spill (on an already wet track) went from the exit of Barn Corner to the middle of Coppice. A distance of some 480 metres.... The Stuff of Nightmares!

One of the most difficult things to deal with as a Clerk of the Course is an extensive oil spillage in the wet - it is the stuff of nightmares! Rider & Marshal Safety are always paramount, but never more so than when dealing with oil. Such things have brought about the complete cancellation of even the highest profile meetings in the past. BSB at Brands Hatch in 2012 lost 80% of the programme due to an oil spill in these conditions and even Moto-GP at Assen lost an entire day after a Moto-2 machine dropped oil on a wet track. So a 480 x 8 metre spillage at Cadwell Park could have been a disaster - and here is the football reference:- that is 3,840 square metres which is slightly LARGER THAN A FULL SIZED FOOTBALL PITCH! - That’s a lot of oil to clean up. So how do you deal with that when the clock is ticking and you have 300+ eager riders in the paddock wanting to race their bikes? - It is vital to get all the cleaning kit on scene as fast as possible. To aid that process we carry Detergents, Neutralisers, extra brushes and fluids on both of our recovery vans - and of course we have a loyal band of well trained and willing marshals to put these supplies to good use. When the going gets tough, the tough get going and we have proved that many times over. The Cadwell Park spill pictured above took 48 minutes to completely clean and we used 2 tonnes of fresh water, 68 litres of detergent, 24 litres of neutraliser, 42 brooms and one pressure washer to do the job. When the job is done it is the responsibility of the Clerk of the Course to satisfy himself/herself that the circuit is 100% safe to begin racing again. The diligent work of our marshals, recovery crews, startline officials and circuit staff made that a very easy call - I don’t think that section of track has ever been so clean, or smelt so fresh (one of our secret ingredients is Bold liquid....) Of course the patience of all of our competitors is very much appreciated in incidents like this and that bond of two way trust that exists between us is very much valued by all of the Officials & Marshals.

Please remember to thank the Team!

We have an extensive team of volunteers at Thundersport GB, the best team I have worked with in 23 years of organising events, but what is it that keeps them coming back again and again, even on wet and miserable days? A large part of it is the great racing that the riders provide and their visible appreciation of the hard work that goes on trackside. Every meeting sees dozens of riders (often more) visit Race Administration after their last race of the weekend to offer their thanks to everyone for yet another great event and we do our best to pass on those sentiments to the team. Here at Cadwell Park though YOU ALL have the opportunity to give most posts a wave, thumbs up or simply a nod of ackowledgement on the slow down lap after the chequered flag. Many of you are completely unaware that some of your biggest fans are out on post wearing orange, or in the other areas wearing our trademark Black & Orange. We are all one big team and I think that is what makes us so successful.

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NICKY HAYDEN 30 July 1981 - 22 May 2017 We operate in a high risk arena. It’s something that I spend pretty much every moment of my working life trying to mitigate and minimise. Our sport is a high adrenalin pastime that attracts people who want to live their lives just that little bit closer to the edge than everyone else. We not only accept that, but on some sub-conscious level we actually need it. When accidents happen, it’s not that we aren’t affected by it, it’s just that we deal with it and accept that those lows are part of what makes all the highs so intense for us all. Steve MacQueen came out with one of my all time favourite quotes “Racing is Life. Everything before and after is just waiting (waiting to race)”. That was my first thought when I saw the news that Nicky Hayden had been seriously injured in a push bike accident in Italy. The surgeons might be writing him off, but they were thinking about ordinary people, maybe tough ordinary people, but not motorcycle racers. I was still hopeful for him. When the full picture came out, I was shaken and I feared the worst. That didn’t happen and I am very pleased that it didn’t. Yes, I know that Nicky has since succumbed to his injuries, but for people like us that isn’t the worst. The worst would be to be left as a helpless husk of our former selves, dependent on others for every small thing. I knew Nicky, not well, but well enough to know that he wouldn’t have wanted that and didn’t deserve that. As I was thinking about what to write and whether it would be appropriate to admit my thoughts, his brother Roger put out a message to almost exactly that effect and wished that everyone would remember Nicky as he was happiest, riding a motorcycle on the absolute limit with a determined grin on his face. He is a huge loss to our sport, as he was one of the few superstars who you could point to and ask the kids to try to emulate his attitude, his

sportsmanship and his open approach to others. He was known as “The Nicest Guy in Grand Prix Racing” and that was a well earned accolade. In a sport filled with egos as big as small planets and ambitions that cannot accept their own shortcomings, Nicky never bad mouthed his team or teammates – even after being taken down by his own team mate when he was within sight of his ultimate goal – The Moto-GP Championship. He simply picked the gravel out of his teeth and prepared for the last round of the championship in quiet and determined fashion. He overturned an 11 point deficit to the greatest rider of modern times, Valentino Rossi, who was at the height of his powers at the time to clinch the 2006 title. Even when he was faced with riding uncompetitive (almost unrideable) bikes, he never threw his team or

employers under the bus, he always behaved in an impeccable manner and just sucked it up. He was one of the most approachable riders in the GP paddock and spent a lot of time encouraging the Superteen riders when they were on the support bill for the 2008 & 2009 British Grand Prix bill. He simply had time for others. We need riders like Nicky, we need human beings like Nicky, but they are few and far between. I can only hope that his legacy will be to have young riders on both sides of the Atlantic seeing how much he was respected by his peers and wishing to be like him, consciously deciding to be like him and rejecting the alternative that has become so commonplace. The whole sport will miss the legend that is NICKY HAYDEN.


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These bad boys are the most sophisticated and powerful bits of kit in the paddock. When you start racing, everyone secretly wants one, but the first time you ride one in anger reminds you very forcefully that they can bite! It is a reminder of how fast technology has advanced in just a few years when you consider that all of the bikes on this grid have more advanced electronics than even the most sophisticated Grand Prix machines had before the 4-stroke Moto-GP era started. It’s even more amazing to consider that if a decent standard club rider were on one of these machines in any Grand Prix before around 1991, he would probably have won! That is a little factoid that both astounds and offends people like me that grew up with Wayne Rainey and Eddie Lawson as their racing heroes (because NOBODY could have smoked the tyres like they did - could they?)................ This race has 2 categories within one race - all riders contest the main Thundersport GP1 Elite category and that can be won outright by a Sportsman rider if he is good enough. There is also a “Freshman” category (page 11) for riders No Rider Hometown Team Machine cc CL who are yet to obtain their Full Clubman 4 Sam Osborne Billingshurst MSG Racing Suzuki Suzuki 1000 S Licence. 8 Liam Marchant Caistor Drury Engineering Kawasaki 1000 E All categories of GP1 rider may use any 9 Paul Charman Accrington Seton Tuning Yamaha 1000 E tyre, slick or treaded and even 16.5 inch 10 Ben Scranage Bolton Scranage Racing Kawasaki 1000 E rims if desired. There is an open tyre policy in most classes at Thundersport 11 James Folkard Liverpool Quelch Racing Yamaha 1000 E GB and Michelin, Dunlop, Avon, 12 Nico Mawhinney Derry NI Scott Racing M/cycles Aprilia 1000 E Continental and the other brands all put 17 Gary Woodward Burton on Trent Team Able BMW 1000 S a lot of effort into getting their men onto 18 Joe Faragher Onchan IOM Faragher Racing Honda 1000 E the podium. If one brand dominates the 25 Eoghan Delaney Dublin ROI Delaney Racing Kawasaki 1000 E podium, the rest of the riders very swiftly switch to that brand. 26 Richard White Watford Get Low Racing Yamaha 1000 S This is a VERY big marketing exercise, 28 Gary Hutchinson Ripon Red's True Barbeque Kawasaki 1000 S because over 1,200 tyres will be used 33 Michael Neeves Peterborough Prime Factors Racing BMW 1000 E at pretty much every Thundersport GB 40 Jack Gover Southampton TH Racing Kawasaki 1000 S meeting. 47 Anthony Moore Cottingham Specsavers Hull Kawasaki 1000 S That’s well over £1,000,000 worth of tyres each season without even counting 49 Paul McClung Haddington McClung Racing BMW 1000 E tyres used for out of season testing! 51 Harry Truelove Lincoln Weloveclauds Yamaha 600 E

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Mark Biswell

Aylesbury

Bizzle Bikesport

Honda

600

SF

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Adrian Bridges

Solihull

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600

SS

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Richard Harrison

Cleasby

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Yamaha

600

SS

Andrew Windsor

Chichester

Comet Classics

Yamaha

600

SS

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Shaun Evans

Nottingham

Evans Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

13

Adam Charlesworth

Huddersfield

West Yorkshire Racing

Honda

600

SF

14

Brad Davey

Abingdon

Motovation

Ducati

748

SF

16

Luke MacRae

Billingshurst

MacRae Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

21

Dave Evans

Nottingham

Evans Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

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Andy Scanlon

Thatcham

Stubble Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

31

Steve Chadwick

Milnthorpe

SC Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

32

Chris Froggatt

Chichester

Froggatt Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

39

David Stiff

Pickering

DS Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

43

Rob Vickerman

Willerby

Airtech Racing / RAF

Yamaha

600

SS

53

Rob Mawbey

Derby

Racing Lines Tyres

Yamaha

600

SS

55

Darren Kay

Middlesborough

Tornado Kaydo

Suzuki

600

SS

56

Sam Cox

Maldon

AF Switchgear

Yamaha

600

SS

57

Alan Curtis

Helston

RNRMRRT

Honda

600

SS

65

David Langley

Dereham

RAF MSA / Ashtons

Honda

600

SF

66

Liam Vella

Lincoln

Vella Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

73

Oliver MacRae

Billingshurst

MacRae Racing

Yamaha

600

SS

74

Nick Turner

Kettering

Fermac Racing

Honda

600

SF

75

Max Wilmot

Gosport

RNRMRRT

Yamaha

600

SS

95

David White

Barnstaple

Royal Navy Motorsport

Yamaha

600

SS

96

Ian Evans

Chepstow

British Army Race Team

Honda

600

SF

114

Jon Wright

Shrewsbury

Controls & Safety Ltd

Honda

600

SF

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223 185 160 155 139 114 100 64 53 44

Golden Era Steelsport Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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291 241 178 106 94 68 42 28 24 20

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The Thundersport 500 and Thundersport 500 Seniors championships are the absolute cheapest possible way to go road racing on this planet. A whole race package can be picked up for less than the price of a top of the range helmet & gloves. That said, the racing is hard and close - bordering on the frantic at times. The talent of a racer needn’t be judged by the value of the bike he/she happens to be sitting on, some of the most gifted riders in the country ride these humble parallel twins. The predominant choice of bike here is the Honda CB500, but once you’ve watched a couple of these races you’ll never look at one of these staid commuter bikes in quite the same way again. The 500 Seniors championship caters for riders of 40 years of age or older on 1st March No Rider Hometown Team Machine cc CL 2 Elliott Humphrey Scunthorpe Rat Out Racing Honda 500 E of any given racing season. Some 11 Mark Leaning Scunthorpe Leaning Racing Honda 500 S of these lads are fulfilling a long 12 Arnaud Delorme France Racing Club 42 Honda 500 E term ambition to race that they 13 Frederic Bellut France Racing Club 42 Honda 500 E simply didn’t have the resources 17 Angus Gough St Neots Satchwell Racing Honda 500 E to satisfy when they were younger. 18 Richie Connole Scotton JLR Honda 500 S When you see the level of skill 21 James Lee Stockton Fibrelyte Honda Honda 500 E displayed by some of them, you 22 Martin Campion Hucknall Campion Racing Honda 500 S have to think that they could have 26 Karl Chamley Bradford Webuyanybike.com Honda 500 E 27 John O'Toole Derby Clip'n Climb Racing Honda 500 E made a pretty good living at it if 28 Jonathan Hunt Portsmouth RNRMRRT Honda 500 E circumstances had been different. 29 34 35 38 43 44 50 54 60 66 68 70 71 72 87 92 97 100 112 116 117 121 122 125 133 135 142 162 167 186 191 194 222 333 380

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Peter Bardell Josh Leaning Alan Tanton Will Leaning John O’Toole Adrian Teasdale Jodie Chalk James Lee Graeme Frear Lee Howarth

Seniors 500 Points

Alan Tanton Adrian Teasdale John Bolsover Roddy Taylor Clive Mindham Richie Connole Nick Redfearn John Wilson Ian Fairgrieve Paul Anyon

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Lloyd Shelley Zak Corderoy Jonathan Perry Matty Whelan Ryan Cooper Arnie Shelton Daniel Frear Steven Procter Stuart Hall Ed Pead Ross Walker William White Alex Laureys Des Mackessey Trystan Finocchiaro Nick Edgeley Danny Booth Ashley Milburn Chris Manger Caolan Irwin Max Wadsworth James Hind Ben Wotton Robin Aspden Joe Miller Aaron Bradley Eoin Collins Tom Collinge Jamie Boyce Eunan McGlinchey Robert Varey

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William White Jordan Rushby Max Wadsworth Lloyd Shelley Zak Corderoy Brendan Mallinder Robert Varey Caolan Irwin Gary Johnson Danny Booth

140 87 87 80 79 78 70 61 50 50

Thundersport 600 Sportsman Points 1 Lloyd Shelley 129 2 Robert Varey 95 3 Ben Wotton 93 4 Ashley Milburn 84 5 Aaron Bradley 82 6 Tony Waistnage 76 7 Alex Laureys 72 8 Sam Holme 71 9 Dan Parker 66 10 Michael Evans 63

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THE CHAMPIONS FACTORY INNOVATION IN ACTION THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT

It’s been very well documented that the worlds longest running one make championship – the Aprilia Superteen Challenge – has been the launch pad for a multitude of British and World Championship racers. That was no accident, but it wasn’t exactly rocket science either. The premise for developing young talent isn’t really solely about the machinery they are using, the important thing – the only really important thing in fact – is getting the entire pool of talent in the same place, at the same time. Any of us could be conceited and say that we are teaching them, but there is no point in lying about it – these youngsters are teaching each other. They look at another rider of similar age, ability and size to themselves and just think “If he can do that, so can I!” and once they’ve made it happen once, it goes straight into their skill set. The more kids you can get together on track at the same time, the more opportunity there is for them all to learn at a faster rate. When Casey Stoners parents brought him half way across the world to pitch him against the other youngsters in the Aprilia Superteens, it started a chain of events that culminated in Cal Crutchlow becoming the first British premier class Grand-Prix winner since Barry Sheene. If you think that is the end of the line, you’re not looking at the true picture though. There are a whole host of riders still working their way through the system that have the potential to replicate that success and perhaps go even further. Cal was a Superteen in 2000 and went on to win the championship in 2001, so there are another 14 years worth of exactly that kind of talent already in the pipeline. OK, so Casey only took 7 years after leaving the Aprilia Superteens to get into a position where he was able to take his first Moto-GP race win, whereas it’s taken Cal 14 years, but I think that just goes to prove the point that there is no great rush as British riders tend to benefit from a little more time in the development stages. Rory Skinner, Charlie Nesbitt, Max Cook and Lewis Rollo – make a note of their names as they are all on the same upward escalator that brought Cal, Bradley Smith, Sam Lowes, Danny Kent, Danny Webb and Alex Lowes into the Moto-GP paddock. The biggest hindrance to youth development in the UK over the past 2 years has been that the young riders have been forced to choose between three separate championships that have all been catering for the same thing. The KTM RC390 Cup has attracted a regular 15 riders, the Kawasaki Junior Cup is at about the same level and even the Aprilia Superteens has dropped down to similar levels recently from its peak of 54 riders back in 2009. Get those riders all together on track at the same time and you would have a true British Youth Motorcycle Academy once again. It should be no shock to anyone, that just 3 weeks after the above was first written, WSB launched the World Supersport 300 Cup.

No 6 7 8 13 18 19 21 23 24 44 64 67 74 78 87 88 97 98 99 102

Rider Luke Verwey Kade Verwey Cameron Hall Jake Clark Jodie Fieldhouse Scott Ogden Franco Bourne Joe Ellis Max Lofthouse Mitchell Searle Liam Bassett Jamie LeMasurier Jake Aldridge Matthew Bower Jake Hopper Harry Leigh Laurence Edgeley Brian Moffitt Chris Moffitt Charlie Farrer

Hometown Silverstone Silverstone Barnsley Bromsgrove Worle Doncaster Crook Hannington Burnley Greenhithe Durham Keston Chelmsford Sheffield Durham Hathern Bolney Douglas IOM Douglas IOM Easington

Team Team XG Group Team XG Group FIS Racing Jake Clark Racing Go Pink Racing DC Butler A18 M/cycles Franco Bourne Racing Ellis Racing Love Racing Mitchell Searle Racing Liam Bassett Racing Mazza Racing Jake Aldridge Racing MD Racing JH Racing Double 8 Racing Team Edge RST Moffitt Racing Moffitt Racing Farrer Racing

Machine KTM KTM Aprilia Aprilia Aprilia Kawasaki Kawasaki Kawasaki Aprilia KTM KTM Aprilia KTM Aprilia Aprilia Aprilia Yamaha Aprilia Aprilia Kawasaki

cc 390 390 125 450 450 300 300 300 450 390 390 450 390 450 125 450 300 125 125 300

Class ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST ST

Thundersport Superteen Points 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Matthew Bower Charlie Farrer Scott Ogden Jake Clark Franco Bourne Jodie Fieldhouse Kade Verwey Liam Bassett Cameron Hall Matty Rangeley

203 187 171 153 119 111 101 91 76 75

CLASS LAP RECORD 1.43.914 Jake Dixon


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2017 CHAMPIONSHIP DATES & VENUES Premier Motorcycle Protection

DAY

DATE

LOCATION

EVENT

FRIDAY

17TH FEBRUARY

DONINGTON PARK

ACU-CTC COURSE

SATURDAY 18TH FEBRUARY

DONINGTON PARK

ACU-CTC COURSE

FRIDAY

3RD MARCH

BRANDS HATCH (INDY)

TESTING

SATURDAY 4TH MARCH

BRANDS HATCH (INDY)

INVICTA CHALLENGE

SUNDAY

5TH MARCH

BRANDS HATCH (INDY)

INVICTA CHALLENGE

FRIDAY

24TH MARCH

DONINGTON PARK (GP)

TESTING

SATURDAY 25TH MARCH

DONINGTON PARK (GP)

ROBERT FEARNALL TROPHY

SUNDAY

DONINGTON PARK (GP)

ROBERT FEARNALL TROPHY

SATURDAY 29TH APRIL

SNETTERTON (200)

TESTING

SUNDAY

30TH APRIL

SNETTERTON (200)

ACE OF CLUBS

MONDAY

1ST MAY

SNETTERTON (200)

ACE OF CLUBS

SATURDAY 27TH MAY

CADWELL PARK

TESTING

SUNDAY

28TH MAY

CADWELL PARK

KING OF THE MOUNTAIN

MONDAY

29TH MAY

CADWELL PARK

KING OF THE MOUNTAIN

THURSDAY 22ND JUNE

MALLORY PARK

TESTING

SATURDAY 24TH JUNE

MALLORY PARK

MASTER OF MALLORY

SUNDAY

25TH JUNE

MALLORY PARK

MASTER OF MALLORY

FRIDAY

28TH JULY

ROCKINGHAM (INT)

TESTING

SATURDAY 29TH JULY

ROCKINGHAM (INT)

THUNDER AT THE ROCK

SUNDAY

ROCKINGHAM (INT)

THUNDER AT THE ROCK

26TH MARCH

30TH JULY

SATURDAY 26TH AUGUST

ANGLESEY COASTAL

TESTING

SUNDAY

27TH AUGUST

ANGLESEY COASTAL

MOTO SUPER-PRIX OF WALES

MONDAY

28TH AUGUST

ANGLESEY COASTAL

MOTO SUPER-PRIX OF WALES

FRIDAY

22ND SEPTEMBER OULTON PARK

TESTING /QUALIFYING

SATURDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER OULTON PARK

ADAM BOYLE TROPHY

FRIDAY

20TH OCTOBER

DONINGTON PARK (NAT) TESTING

SATURDAY 21ST OCTOBER

DONINGTON PARK (NAT) CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

SUNDAY

DONINGTON PARK (NAT) CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

22ND OCTOBER

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THUNDERSPORT 500 FRESHMAN & CUP

THUNDERSPORT 500 WHERE THE RIDER COUNTS! THE BIGGEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK!

The Thundersport 500 and Thundersport 500 Seniors championships are the absolute cheapest possible way to go road racing on this planet. This is the newcomers grid and these lads will be mixing it in the main races soon. A whole race package can be picked up for less than the price of a top of the range helmet & gloves. That said, the racing is hard and close - bordering on the frantic at times. The talent of a racer needn’t be judged by the value of the bike he/she happens to be sitting on, some of the most gifted riders in the country ride these humble parallel twins. The predominant choice of bike here is the Honda CB500, but once you’ve watched a couple of these races you’ll never look at one of these staid commuter bikes in quite the same way again. The 500 Seniors championship caters for riders of 40 years of age or older No Rider Hometown Team Machine cc CL on 1st March of any given racing 14 Andrew Leivers Oakwood AL Racing Honda 500 F season. Some of these lads are fulfilling a long term ambition to 24 Lewis Booth Sale LRB Racing Honda 500 F race that they simply didn’t have the resources to satisfy when they 33 Eleri Crowly Corsham EC Racing Honda 500 F were younger. This race also includes the riders 46 Joshua Hipwell Doncaster Hipwell Racing Honda 500 F who did not qualify for the main Elite races, many of whom are 51 Adam Campion Hucknall Campion Racing Honda 500 F also fairly new to racing. 53

Simon Burgess

Lincoln

Fifty3 Racing

Honda

500

F

58

Matthew Postlethwaite

Carlisle

Wasp Racing

Honda

500

F

63

Tom Parry

Earls Barton

PPP Racing

Honda

500

F

64

Jim Gaughan

Lincoln

Full Tilt Boogie

Honda

500

F

69

Dave West

Lincoln

West Racing

Honda

500

F

73

Daniel Swift

Rotherham

Danny Swift Racing

Honda

500

F

74

Daniel Black

Lincoln

RD Racing

Honda

500

F

93

Stewart Hoare

Stockton on Tees

Stewarts Racing

Honda

500

F

141

Andrew Batner

Swindon

Batner Racing

Honda

500

F

155

Thomas Nicholls

Bradford

Nicholls Racing

Honda

500

F

178

Steven Shrubsall

St Leonards

Bexhill Gearboxes

Honda

500

F

292

Ryan Meaden

Sandford

RD Racing

Honda

500

F

344

James Hale

Lincoln

JB Racing

Honda

500

F

414

Stuart Burgess

Lincoln

SB Racing

Honda

500

F

444

Karl Finch

Lincoln

KF Racing

Honda

500

F

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Freshman 500 Points

Adam Campion Daniel Swift Lee Wharton Steven Shrubsall Andrew Batner Ryan Meaden Preston Cooper Andy Leivers Daniel Black Sean Whittaker

210 179 125 113 111 109 95 74 68 65

CLASS LAP RECORD 1.40.709 - Will Leaning


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