BSB » Rob Mac Racing expands into Evo class


Eighteen-year-old Swedish racer Hampus Johansson will ride a Rob Mac Racing prepared Yamaha R1 in the inaugural BSB Evo category

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Martin - Unregistered

February 15, 2010 9:06 PM

The Evo class is a gamble for any rider considering their options for 2010, but the grid is looking pretty decent so far. I don't recognise Hampus from the times I've seen the Superstock 1000 races, but we'll see how he gets on.

Moneytalks - Unregistered

February 17, 2010 2:24 AM


Just another money making exercise for Rob Mc.

If he really cared about racers, he'd have a talented British youngster and giving him a chance, not a Swed.

Rob doesn't care about racing, he just cares about his bank balance.

Wonder when the tax man will catch up with all that cash he's stashed in Jersey????

junkmale - Unregistered

February 17, 2010 5:31 AM

Well Mr Valentine, at least one other team owner thinks the evo rules are worth competing under.

Suzuki do the most complaining about attempts to down-spec the rules in England, America & Australia.
Perhaps they should take WSBK more seriously so they don't have to rely on national championships to do their development.

Seeing them get back into World Supersport would be nice too.

dangerous dave - Unregistered

February 17, 2010 4:37 PM

have to agree with most of these posts,this lad must be bringing in alot of cash and decent sponsors, shock rob mac is having as many riders as he can and all bringing in all money

when i heard how much gowla paid for that pile of crap last year i couldnt believe it and now he is struggling to fund this year!!apparantly linfoot has paid pretty much the same for his ride, lets hope he gets a better bike, would be a shame for these young british riders paying all this money and not getting anything back in return

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