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Nine-time British Supermoto champion Christian Iddon has signed to ride in the Fuchs-Silkolene British Supersport Championship with the Oxford Tag Triumph team for 2011.

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Bott has hard day at Round 1
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Best yet for Iddon in Portugal
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  • News
     News flash  06,04,2015
     
    Christian Iddon our Road Race rider was competing at the First Round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Donnington over the Easter weekend and even with a very bad stomach problem qualified 13th on the grid in the most prestigous class in the UK.
     
    With a steady start off the line Christian managed to give some of the regular front runing boys something to think about with some fantasic braking moves and battled his way up to 7th at the flag .
     
    Race 2 couldnt of gone any better, with an even better start and letting the adrenalin kick in so to take the thoughts and pain away from his ailing stomach.  With a more finely tuned in machine for the second race managed to battle up to 5th place at the finish.
     
    Christian said  “I am really happy with the results, the weekend has been very difficult because of my illness and it has held me back from being able to do more testing with the bike, but to score some well deserved points for me and the team , well it just couldnt get any better”

     

    Motocross Team

    Danny Tollet and the team have gone to America for two weeks intensive training with California Motorcross Holidays (Micky Carter) to prepare for the up and coming 2015 season. On Danny’s return we will be able to release more information on the team riders and the events which they will be competing in.

     

     Rally Cross.

    Tony Lynch. Tony is at Lydden Hill (Dover) signing a deal to compete in the British Rally Cross Championship in the stronly competitive BMW Mini class. For the last two years Tony has been competing in a Suzuki Swift Championship with a top 3 finish in most rounds but unfortunately due to some incident whoch were out of his control lost out to the Championship but has now decided to try a new challenge for this upcoming season.

     

     

    Alan Bott with returning back to motocross in November of last year, Alan competed at the Glenn Helen World Vets Championship in Amercia with a strong finish on Saturday with a 9th overall and an even better 8th finish on the Sunday. The following race he also competed in the Elsinore Grand Prix. On the Saturday finished 8th in the vets class and on the Sunday competed in the Harvey Mushmen (Steve McQueen) 100 mile desert race which was open to all ages and abilities, 120 competitors in total and finished 45th.

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