BSB Interviews. Page 2



  • January 2008

    Open article Q&A: Tom Sykes - EXCLUSIVE.
    9 January 2008: Rizla Suzuki's Tom Sykes is enjoying his role with his new team. He attended the National Motorcycle Show in Manchester at the weekend where he was able to chat to race fans and catch up with a few friends from the paddock as he told Crash.net.


  • December 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: John McGuinness. [1]
    12 December 2007: Thirteen times TT winner, John McGuinness has had a very successful year on the pure roads. He picked up the lap record at over 130mph at the TT, took the lap record at the Ulster Grand Prix which is the world's fastest road race, and finished the year off with the record at the Macau GP. He spoke with Crash.net Radio about his 2007 season…….

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Ian Hutchinson.
    4 December 2007: Ian Hutchinson has recently announced that he will be riding for AIM Yamaha next season in the British Supersport class and at the three International road races. Crash.net Radio caught up with him at the NEC bike show to find out what he has been up to recently….


  • November 2007

    Open article Q&A: Tom Sykes - EXCLUSIVE.
    27 November 2007: Tom Sykes made his first appearance at the NEC bike show on press day as an official member of the Rizla Suzuki team. He was quite surprised at the amount of attention he was receiving from the press but was very much looking on the positives as he told Crash.net…..

  • Open article Q&A: Shane Byrne. [7]
    20 November 2007: Airwaves Ducati has released the following 'get-to-know' guide for its new star rider Shane Byrne...

  • Open article Q&A: Leon Camier. [8]
    20 November 2007: Airwaves Ducati has released the following 'get-to-know' guide for new rider, and rising BSB star, Leon Camier...

  • Open article Q&A: Tom Sykes - EXCLUSIVE. [8]
    8 November 2007: Tom Sykes, top BSB rookie, put in an impressive performance during his first outing on the Rizla Suzuki. He has had a whirlwind introduction to the team with riding the Rizla Suzuki MotoGP bike earlier in the week and now debuting on the British Superbike. Crash.net Radio was at Mallory Park to catch up with the talented young man…..


  • October 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Cal Crutchlow.
    24 October 2007: Cal Crutchlow has rounded out his season with Rizla Suzuki on a high. He achieved his maiden Bennetts British Superbike podium at the final round at Brands Hatch; he then went on to take his first Superbike win at the Race of the Year at Mallory Park. That is where Crash.net Radio caught up with him….

  • Open article Q&A: Cal Crutchlow - EXCLUSIVE.
    24 October 2007: Cal Crutchlow has rounded out his season on a high.


  • September 2007

    Open article Q&A: James Webb.
    21 September 2007: James Webb joined the MSS Discovery Kawasaki team in time for the Cadwell Park round last month replacing the injured Stuart Easton, he impressed with a second-row start and a strong showing until he crashed trying to get past a slower rider. The 18-year-old from Kent will ride for the team at the final two rounds.

  • Open article Q&A: Stuart Easton.
    21 September 2007: Stuart Easton was sidelined for the rest of the season when he crashed out of a two-day test for the Kawasaki France Endurance team in August, breaking his left heel. Now as the Isilon MSS Discovery Kawasaki is improving all the time, Easton is now rueing his bad luck as Cadwell Park, Donington and Brands were tracks where he could have shone.


  • August 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Colin Wright (Airwaves Ducati).
    29 August 2007: The Airwaves Ducati team had a full weekend at Cadwell Park, with a jump start penalty, a crash and a double podium. Colin Wright told Crash.net Radio how things had been from his point of view...

  • Open article Q&A: Nick Morgan (Isilon MSS Discovery Kawasaki)
    22 August 2007: The Isilon MSS Discovery Kawasaki team took the big jump up to Superbike this year running Michael Rutter in the Bennetts Britisih Superbike championship. It has been a tough year for them but they have made progress as team Manager Nick Morgan explains….

  • Open article Q&A: Jonathan Rea - EXCLUSIVE. [1]
    3 August 2007: Jonathan Rea was at Brands Hatch World Superbikes to see what his options are in the World paddock. He has just returned from a trip to Suzuka which he has found to be a useful learning experience and now he wants to concentrate on taking the Bennetts British Superbike title as he told Crash.net Radio...

  • Open article Q&A: Jonathan Rea - EXCLUSIVE.
    3 August 2007: Jonathan Rea was at Brands Hatch World Superbikes to see what his options are in the World paddock.


  • July 2007

    Open article Q&A: Jack Valentine (MSS Kawasaki).
    6 July 2007: Last weekend's Knockhill round of the Bennetts British Superbike championship marked Jack Valentine's debut with the Isilon MSS Discovery Kawasaki team.

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Tom Sykes (Stobart Honda).
    4 July 2007: Tom Sykes has been steadily working on his Stobart Vent Axia Honda and learning as much as he can in his rookie Superbike season. At Knockhill he finished just 0.055secs off Ryuichi Kiyonari on the HM Plant Honda and had to settle for fourth place. A podium is looking likely very soon as he told Crash.net Radio at Knockhill……


  • June 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Jason McClean (Rizla Suzuki).
    20 June 2007: Rizla Suzuki have called in former World and British Superbike Champion, Neil Hodgson, to test their race bikes, raising questions in the paddock regarding Chris Walker's position in the Suzuki team. Crash.net Radio spoke to Jason McClean, Press Officer for Rizla Suzuki, to see what the story is…..


  • May 2007

    Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Colin Wright (Airwaves Ducati)
    23 May 2007: Airwaves Ducati saw their lead in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship slip away due to Ryuichi Kiyonari taking a double race win while Gregorio Lavilla finished sixth in race one and suffered a break down in race two. They now need to get their championship back on track and they hope to do that at Mondello Park in the Republic of Ireland as Colin Wright, team manager, told Crash.net Radio……

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Leon Haslam (Airwaves Ducati).
    6 May 2007: Following his high speed tumble at Silverstone, Leon Haslam has bounced back to head the time sheets at Oulton Park. He is still a little beaten up but his confidence is high as he told Crash.net Radio……..

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Jonathan Rea (HM Plant Honda)
    2 May 2007: Ulsterman Jonathan Rea took two solid podium finishes at Silverstone finishing second in race one and third in race two. He is keen to take that elusive win and is hoping Oulton Park could be the place to do it. When asked about a move to World Superbikes, he didn't deny it but he also wouldn't be drawn on the subject. He spoke with Crash.net Radio after his successful race weekend……….

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Ian Lowry (Relentless Suzuki)
    2 May 2007: Relentless Suzuki rider, Ian Lowry was unfortunate enough to run over one of his fellow competitors, Tom Grant at the second round of the Maxxis Supersport Championship at Thruxton. He was injured in the crash which inevitably followed but he got himself together for the Silverstone weekend and scored a second place finish. Crash.net Radio spoke to him over the Silverstone race weekend…..


  • March 2007

    Open article Q&A: Johnny Rea – EXCLUSIVE.
    28 March 2007: Johnny Rea has stepped up to the top flight HM Plant Honda team at the young age of twenty. He is very much an up and coming talent and 2007 is a big year for him.

  • Open article Q&A: Chris Walker - EXCLUSIVE.
    25 March 2007: Chris Walker is settling into his Rizla Suzuki team and enjoying his return to BSB. He had a chat with Crash.net Radio at the Snetterton BSB test.....

  • Open article EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Stuart Higgs, Race Director for BSB.
    21 March 2007: Stuart Higgs, Race Director for the Bennetts British Superbike Championship is fired up about the season ahead. It is shaping up to be a vintage season in all classes not just Superbike. He spoke to Crash.net Radio about his hopes for this year.


  • March 2003

    Open article Q&A: Simon Andrews – Red Piranha Racing.
    20 March 2003: 20-year-old Simon Andrews progressed steadily through various junior championships before bursting on to the British and European scene in 2002 with a number of podium finishes in the British Supersport Championship, whilst also entering the British and European Superstock championships. With the official support of Yamaha UK, Red Piranha Racing will run Andrews in the ultra-competitive 2003 British Supersport Championship on a YZF-R6. Here Simon answers a selection of quick fire questions, s
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