Rizla Suzuki team-mates John Reynolds and Karl Harris head to the penultimate round of the British Superbike Championship at Mallory Park this weekend eager to emulate their victories in last year's event.

The GSX-R1000 riding pair are boosted by their achievements at Oulton Park earlier this month, where Reynolds muscled his way onto the podium and Harris, with a fifth and fourth, recorded his two best ever Superbike results.

"We showed so much progress at Oulton Park that I'm itching to get back out on the tarmac," said Nottinghamshire ace Reynolds. "It's been a tough season for us, tackling each round without data and trying out different settings on the bike, but the consistency we have now found on the Suzuki has given me the confidence to push it to the limit."

"I'm really excited about this round," said 22-year-old Harris. "I won at Mallory in 2001 on the Suzuki GSX-R600 and now that my wrist is so much better and everything is coming together, I'm confident of a good result. It's not an easy track for overtaking but I can't wait to get back in the thick of the action."

Paul Denning, Team Manager said, "The whole team is fired up after its very positive outing at the last round and we head to Mallory in high spirits. Everyone puts 100% effort into each round and this is still the case as we approach the closing stages of the championship. We have enjoyed tremendous support from our team partners and have a great deal to build on for next season."

 

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