|BENNETTS BSB FREE PRACTICE 1
18 October 10:15 AM - 45 mins
|1||Joe Francis||PR Racing LLoyd & Jones Bowker Motorrad BMW|
|2||Peter Hickman||Smiths Racing BMW|
|3||Ben Currie||Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki|
|4||Josh Brookes||Be Wiser Ducati|
|5||Andrew Irwin||Honda Racing|
|6||Jason O'Halloran||McAMS Yamaha|
|7||Scott Redding||Be Wiser Ducati|
|8||Tarran Mackenzie||McAMS Yamaha|
|9||Matt Truelove||Raceways Yamaha|
|BENNETTS BSB FREE PRACTICE 2
18 October 03:15 PM - 45 mins
|1||Josh Brookes||Be Wiser Ducati|
|2||Danny Buchan||FS-3 Kawasaki|
|3||Christian Iddon||Tyco BMW|
|4||Scott Redding||Be Wiser Ducati|
|5||James Ellison||OMG Racing Suzuki|
|6||Peter Hickman||Smiths Racing BMW|
|7||Tommy Bridewell||Oxford Racing Ducati|
|8||Ben Currie||Quattro Plant JG Speedfit Kawasaki|
Superbike racing motorcycles are derived from standard production models and differ only slightly from the sports bikes you see on the roads. This makes BSB very appealing to manufacturers, and has led to the well-coined phrase "win on Sunday, sell on Monday". Superbikes are both quick and powerful - 1,000cc with as much as 200bhp.
For a bike to be eligible, the manufacturer must first homologate the model and manufacture the required number of roadgoing machines. In general the bikes must maintain the same profile as their roadgoing counterparts, with the same overall appearance as seen from the front, rear and sides. In addition, the frame cannot be modified.
In 2012 significant changes were made to the technical regulations in an effort to bring down costs whilst at the same time improving the spectacle of competition and increasing the opportunity for private teams to compete competitively. For more information on these changes please click here.
The following manufactures all compete in the BSB championship:
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