Stuart Easton is gearing up for his home round of the British Superbike Championship next weekend (3/4/5 July) and the PBM Kawasaki rider is aiming for a repeat of his podium finish from last season at Knockhill.
Championship leader, James Ellison will go into round 4 of the British Superbikes 8 points clear of the field having won three out of the initial six races this season. The JG Speedfit Kawasaki is feeling confident in his bike and team ahead of the weekend.
The British Superbike Championship blasts into Snetterton next weekend (19/20/21 June) and spectators attending the biggest event of the year at the Norfolk circuit will be thrilled by a raceday (Sunday) display from the 6 Regiment Army Air Corps and the Apache, the world's most advanced multi-role combat helicopter.
Stuart Easton proved his return to form at Oulton Park last weekend to claim his first British Superbike Championship race win since 2010 and fire himself up to fourth in the overall standings.
Stuart Easton claimed his first British Superbike Championship victory since 2010 in the second race at Oulton Park, holding off James Ellison and Josh Brookes after Ryuichi Kiyonari and Shane 'Shakey' Byrne clashed.
Ryuichi Kiyonari was twice denied a podium finish at Brands Hatch by Josh Brookes and the triple title-winner admits it has made him even more determined to return to the top step this weekend (2/3/4 May) as the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship returns to Oulton Park.
As the third round of the British Superbike Championship looms at Oulton Park over the May Bank Holiday weekend (2/3/4 May) several of the leading contenders head to the Cheshire circuit this Friday (24 April) for an official test.
Shane Byrne leads the British Superbike Championship standings ahead of Brands Hatch this weekend (17/18/19 April) and the defending champion won't be giving an inch at his home round.
The opening round of the British Superbikes at Donington Park provided action as hot as the glorious weather on a fantastic Bank Holiday Monday. WP were especially lucky, hosting a number of guests in our hospitality suite, we were provided with the perfect vantage point from which to see James Ellison win his first race since 2013 and Shane Byrne’s epic battle with Dan Linfoot in the second race of the day.
James Ellison was a double podium finisher at the opening round of the 2014 season, but the JG Speedfit Kawasaki rider has declared that only wins will do as the 2015 MCE British Superbike Championship gets underway this weekend at Donington Park (4/5/6 April).