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Cartagena BSB test: Steady shakedown for Hopkins

Tyco Suzuki's John Hopkins has made a steady start to his Cartagena MCE British Superbike testing campaign, getting used to riding a race bike after a year-long layoff. The former MotoGP man was lapping in the late 1'36s, which was the same ballpark as the rest of the BDSB field in day one in...

Published on March 8 2014, 18:21
Source: www.bikesportnews.com
 

With Ben Spies already retired, Colin Edwards about to retire at the end of the 2014 season, Nicky Hayden struggling with a wrist injury, and Josh Herrin having a very tough rookie year in Moto2, there is growing concern among US fans about the future of American racing. What is to become of the... 

Waters chats with new team-mate John Hopkins By BSB desk Tyco Suzuki's Josh Waters is getting more and more comfortable with the big GSX-R1000 he will campaign in this year's MCE British Superbike Championship and is running the same pace as team-mate John Hopkins at Cartagena. The Aussie has... 

Milwaukee Yamaha new boy Josh Brookes has taken his first shakedown laps on the YZF-R1 at Cartagena and rekcons he feels at ease with the bike, lapping in the middle 1'36s with no problems so far. Brookes plays down the switch from Suzuki to Yamaha but the bikes are completely different animals... 

Tyco Suzuki's William Dunlop has got in some more test miles before his road racing season begins and this was under the auspices of experienced crew chief Stewart Johnstone. Team manager Philip Neill has taken the Ballymoney man into unfamiliar territory so far this season, with Dunlop enjoying... 

Tyco Suzuki's John Hopkins says he will return to action at this weekend's Snetterton MCE British Superbike round a stronger and fitter rider, and with an improved bike. The American, who hasn't had the best of starts to his 2014 title challenge, says he has upped his game in training over the... 

The news of Dunlop piloting the new Suzuki GSX-R1000 at the Isle of Man this year is exciting. However, Dunlop also signed up to race the then-new Yamaha R1, only to scrap it after practice and go back to his BMW S1000RR. Begin Press Release: Michael Dunlop is set to race the all-new GSX-R1000...