|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|
Team Principal John Jameson started the team in 1995 from a workshop in Liverpool city centre which ran under the name PR Tyres Racing. In 1999 the team moved up to the British Championship in the 600 class, which they also repeated the following season and also expanded to include an entry in the 1000 class.
In 2002 the team moved into the Superbike class before winning the BSB Cup Championship in 2006. The team were contenders in BSB Evo in 2011 before a crash ended Simon Andrews' title hopes prematurely.
Mason scored the team their best ever race finish at the opening round at Brands Hatch in 2012 before Karl Harris scored some strong points scoring finishes towards the end of the season.
The team return with Joe Francis for the 2019 season, after he joined the Liverpool-based squad.
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