BSB » Brookes breaks duck to put HM Plant back on top


HM Plant Honda's winless streak has been ended by Josh Brookes in race two at Thruxton, as the Australian became the first of his countrymen to triumph in the British Superbike Championship in more than a decade

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Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

April 18, 2010 9:26 PM

Thats odd, posted a comment.
Its not there. Bet this one doesn't last long either:

Anyone understand what this actually Means*?

The Sydney native led fellow fast-starter Yukio Kagayama, Gary Mason and race one winner Tommy Hill into the Complex for the first time, before the latter disposed of the two riders directly ahead of him and set his sights on making it cause for a double celebration.

Apical

April 19, 2010 8:41 AM

This is a very good ride from Josh Brookes. Well done Two good rides in fact. First & second in race 2 & race 1. Consistent results. And he did not knock any other riders off their bikes.

Two very good rides from Tommy Hill, he is looking like a winner.

Still the negative posters will give them a spray anyway.

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