Preview - Cadwell Park.

John McGuinness, Honda's Isle of Man TT hero, rides their second bike with the Fireblade threat increased as Flying Scot Stuart Easton chases maiden victory in the top flight in his game of catch-up with Ellison for second place in the standings. Easton's team-mate Karl Harris is also long overdue a podium finish.

That is also the case for Chris Walker aboard the Motorpoint Henderson Yamaha while Simon Andrews is expected to return from injury to spearhead the MSS Colchester Kawasaki attack, alongside Julien da Costa, with John Lavery and Tristan Palmer riding similar machines in Buildbase colours.

Gary Mason, aboard the Quay Garage Honda, intends to take another step towards securing the Cup, but will be under pressure from both Martin Jessopp on the Riders Racing Honda and local ace Peter Hickman on the Ultimate Racing Yamaha.

Related Pictures

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Sylvain Guintoli - Worx Crescent Suzuki [pic credit: Clive Challinor]
Jason O`Halloran, Honda Racing [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Josh Brookes, Anvil Hire Yamaha, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Shane Byrne, Be Wiser Ducati, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Luke Mossey, JG Speedfit Kawasaki, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Peter Hickman, Smiths BMW [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Tommy Bridewell, Team WD-40 Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Bradley Ray, Buildbase Suzuki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Sylvain Guintoli, Bennetts Suzuki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
James Ellison, McAMS Yamaha [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Dan Linfoot, Honda Racing [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Alastair Seeley, Tyco BMW [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Lee Jackson, Smiths Racing BMW [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Haslam, Byrne, Mossey, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Shane Byrne, Be Wiser Ducati, [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]

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morris dancer - Unregistered

August 25, 2009 10:06 AM

i dont think he would be feeling calm if brookes was on a bike.. anyway good luck guino dont bust your ar3e to impress just yet, take it easy, slide in nice and slow and in a few rounds time blow them away and prove to us all that f'ing brookes robbed us of a good title chase this year.

Hedgeholer - Unregistered

August 25, 2009 3:03 PM

Guintoli received serious leg injuries during a controversial warm-up lap clash .... That's Is a poor report of what happened. It makes it all sound more 'action packed'. But it Makes it sound like it was half Guintoli's own fault and lets HM Prat off the hook too. Keep history clear: Guintoli received serious leg injuries when Brookes, travelling at abnormally high speed for a warm up lap, lost control of his machine and rammed Guintoli. Brookes subsequently blamed a fault in his brakes. Even suspending disbelief & accepting he crashed because of an improbable brake failure, its still not explained how a fault in his brakes made him go abnormally fast in the first place.

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