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Canadian Superbike: Race Two Results From Mosport

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 22:11
Pro Superbike Race 2 Results

 

 

More, from a press release issued by CSBK/PMP:

Young clinches second Superbike title as Dumas wins race two in CTMP

 

Ben Young hoists the CSBK number one plate after clinching the 2022 Superbike championship with one race to go. Photo by Rob O’Brien, courtesy CSBK/PMP.

 

Bowmanville, ON –  He may not have celebrated it from the top spot of the podium, but Ben Young did enough to clinch his second career national title on Sunday, finishing behind race winner Alex Dumas in the penultimate race of the Canadian Superbike Championship at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

Young entered with a fairly straight-forward path to a second Canada Cup, as he needed only to finish on the podium to clinch the title, but the Van Dolder’s Home Team BMW rider left nothing to chance as he pushed Dumas for much of the race.

The 2021 champion led Young for majority of the contest as he tried desperately to keep his crown, retaliating quickly when Young made a pair of passes for the lead, including a brave move into turn ten similar to the one Young put on Dumas in race one on Saturday.

In the end, Dumas would hold off his rival for his seventh career victory and third of the season, but it wasn’t enough to shake Young as he salvaged a 32-point lead with only 27 points remaining in race three on Sunday.

“We had a lot of fun with this trophy in 2019, so I’m sure we’ll have some more fun tonight, but there’s definitely a lot of emotions,” Young said. “Alex and I have been on it all year, but I said to him before that the #1 plate is borrowed and never owned, so I’m going to come back fighting in 2023 to keep it from him.”

While Young did wrap up one title on the day, he will have some more work to do to bring home a Constructors Championship for BMW after a double-podium for Suzuki – though he did bring home BMW’s 125th podium in their feature class history.

“That’s another real cool piece of history, but again Jordan Szoke was responsible for a lot of those so shout out to him,” Young said. “Either way it’s awesome for BMW, but now we have to go out and wrap up the Constructors this afternoon.”

While Dumas did add another victory under his belt and the first of his career away from Calabogie Motorsports Park, it’s hardly the result the Liqui Moly/FAST School Suzuki rider was hoping for, though he too is already looking to take the trophy back in 2023.

“Congrats to Ben, it was probably the most fun race of the year and he rode another great race, but we’ll be back even stronger to push again in 2023,” Dumas said. “It’s cool to see all the fans here as well, and hopefully with this out of the way we can go win another Constructors Championship for them.”

Dumas and Young were joined on the podium by Trevor Daley for the fifth time this season, as the OneSpeed Suzuki rider made a strong charge aboard his B-spec machine to pull home crucial points for Suzuki in front of a massive crowd at CTMP.

“It’s a little redemption for yesterday, and hopefully rewards the crew for all their hard work getting everything ready,” Daley said. “It’s cool to put on a show for all these fans, I haven’t seen this many people since I was a kid and it’s really, really awesome.”

Daley’s performance pushed Tomas Casas down to fourth, who again ran in the podium spots early on before settling in to a four-rider battle aboard his Parts Canada Yamaha, with Sebastien Tremblay finishing just behind in fifth for the Turcotte Performance Kawasaki team.

Trevor Dion survived a late scare to clinch the Liqui Moly Pro Sport Bike championship on Sunday, finishing fourth as Elliot Vieira ran away with an impressive victory. Dion’s LDS Consultants Kawasaki team had reason to be concerned as title rival David MacKay worked his way to second in the late stages, but it wasn’t enough in the end as Dion did just enough to capture a historic middleweight crown.

Despite seeing his lead of 22 points shrink all the way down to just eight, Dion will hang on become the first rookie Pro Sport Bike champion in history, and the third youngest ever in the support class.

“It was quite the season! We had a lot of ups and downs, but in the end it’s the best year I’ve ever had at a racetrack,” said the 20-year-old. “We’ve had five different winners in the last five races, which just shows how competitive this series is and the level these guys have pushed me to.”

Dion used his opportunity to bring friend and team member Mike Grass onto the podium in an emotional tribute to the former Pro Sport Bike rider, who is still recovering from a scary crash in turn four at CTMP a year ago.

As for MacKay, it was an unfortunate end to a rollercoaster season that put him on the back foot early after a crash in Grand Bend, though the Fast Company Kawasaki rider showed incredible poise since then, fighting his way back to finish just narrowly shy of his first Pro national championship.

As for Vieira, the Guyanese star managed to end his breakout year on a high note in front of friends and family, setting up the Snow City Yamaha rider for a potential title charge of his own in 2023.

Completing the podium was race one winner Matt Simpson, who quietly capped off a brilliant rookie season of his own aboard the Evans Racing Yamaha to move himself to fourth in the final standings.

The full results from both races can be found on the series’ official website.

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O'Halloran vince Gara2 con un finale da brividi, Mackenzie lo imita nell'ultima manche

VIDEO - Jason si impone nella prima frazione regolando in volata Mackenzie e Ray, mentre nella seconda è il campione in carica a tornare alla vittoria. Un vero dominio Yamaha nel fine settimana di Thruxton, con distacchi ridottissimi

AMA/FIM Land Speed Event At Bonneville Cancelled Due To Flooding

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 16:07

Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials 2022 cancelled

The FIM, the American Motorcyclist Association and the local organiser regret to announce that the Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials 2022, FIM Land Speed World Records and AMA Land Speed Grand Championship is Cancelled.

The assessment team has reviewed current Bonneville Salt Flat conditions by air and on the ground. Unfortunately, all BMST track locations and alternatives are still flooded from the initial storm and multiple subsequent storm systems. There is no possibility that the water will recede, and salt will dry out sufficiently in the week remaining to support track preparations and operations.

“We are all disappointed that we are forced to cancel,” said Event Director/Owner Delvene Reber, “Like you we have spent a year plus preparing for this event and investing in improvements. This year we were implementing racer driven improvements that include new flagging, course line improvements, and other racer driven updates.”

“As a racer,” said Sodium Distortion Racing’s Bill Woods, “it’s hard to accept that mother nature called our event but at the end of the day all that hard work will just make next year that much better. I’m especially looking forward to a 2023 with all of the racer-driven improvements”

“Firstly, on behalf of the FIM I would like to thank everyone involved for their huge efforts to make this edition of this important event happen, especially after all the work that has been done to recognise and deliver the improvements to the course”, concluded Franck Vayssié, FIM Circuit Racing Commission Director, “Collectively we share in the disappointment of having to cancel the event, but fully understand and support the decision. The FIM is already looking forward to returning to the salt next year and pledge our absolute assistance to help make this happen.”

 

 

 

More, from a press release issued by American Motorcyclist Association:

Bonneville Salt Flats flooding also results in cancellation of FIM Land Speed World Records

PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Due to flooding from a significant storm and multiple subsequent storm systems in Northern Utah, the 2022 AMA Land Speed Grand Championship on the Bonneville Salt Flats near Wendover, Utah, has been canceled, along with the FIM Land Speed World Records.

The event’s assessment team, led by Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials (BMST) promoter Delvene Reber, reviewed current conditions of the Bonneville Salt Flats both by air and on the ground on August 12 and 13, and determined that all track locations and alternatives are still flooded.

With between 4 and 10 inches of water in many places, the team determined there’s no possibility the water will recede and the salt will dry sufficiently in time for track preparations and operations to begin.

“We are all disappointed that we are forced to cancel,” said Reber. “We have spent a year plus preparing for this event and investing in improvements.”

Reber added that BMST will be in touch directly with participants soon with further information. Additional updates will be provided on the event website at BonnevilleMST.com.

To learn more about the AMA Land Speed Grand Championship, visit https://americanmotorcyclist.com/land-speed/.

Not an AMA member? Join today and get American Motorcyclist magazine mailed to your door every month by visiting AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

About the American Motorcyclist Association

Founded in 1924, the AMA is a not-for-profit member-based association whose mission is to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights and event sanctioning organization, the AMA advocates for riders’ interests at all levels of government and sanctions thousands of competition and recreational events every year. Besides offering members money-saving discounts on products and services, the AMA also publishes American Motorcyclist, a recently revitalized and monthly full-color magazine (and digital version of same) that covers current events and motorcycle history with brilliant photography and compelling writing. American Motorcyclist is also North America’s largest-circulation magazine. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in Pickerington, Ohio, the AMA honors the heroes and heritage of motorcycling. For more information, visit AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

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British Superbike: Race Two Results From Thruxton

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 15:35

Editorial Note: Americans Julian Correa and Eli Banish finished 13th and 21st, respectively, in British Talent Cup Race Two at Thruxton.

 

BSB R2
BSB R2 Points

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American Flat Track: Running Results From The Castle Rock TT

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 05:32

American Flat Track Castle Rock TT

Castle Rock Speedway

Castle Rock, Washington

August 13, 2022

Provisional Parts Unlimited AFT Singles Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda Challenge Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 4 laps

2. Kody Kopp (KTM), -00.137 seconds

3. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -00.644

4. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), -01.023

 

 

Provisional Mission SuperTwins Mission #2Fast2Tasty Challenge Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. JD Beach (Yam), 4 laps

2. Dallas Daniels (Yam), -00.227 seconds

3. Jared Mees (Ind), -01.625

4. Briar Bauman (Ind), -01.980

 

 

Provisional Mission Production Twins Main Event Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 23 laps

2. Johnny Lewis (Roy), -00.445 seconds

3. Cory Texter (Yam), -01.601

4. Kayl Kolkman (Yam), -01.911

5. Andrew DiBrino (KTM), -03.537

6. Shelby Miller (KTM), -04.286

7. Billy Ross (Har), -04.470

8. Cameron Smith (Yam), -1 lap, -08.511

9. Michael Hill (Yam), -4 laps, -**.***

10. Nick Armstrong (Yam), -18 laps

 

 

Provisional Parts Unlimited AFT Singles Main Event Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), 23 laps

2. Trevor Brunner (Yam), -00.277 seconds

3. Max Whale (KTM), -01.024

4. Chase Saathoff (Hon), -01.191

5. Chad Cose (Hon), -02.644

6. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -02.783

7. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), -03.974

8. Jacob Lehmann (Hon), -04.454

9. James Ott (KTM), -04.611

10. Kody Kopp (KTM), -04.732

11. Trent Lowe (Hon), -04.927

12. Morgen Mischler (Hon), -05.291

13. Bronson Pearce (Hon), -09.314

14. Ryan Wells (Hon), -09.501

15. Ferran Cardus (Hon), -8 laps, -**.***

16. Andrew Luker (Yam), -10 laps, -*0.***

17. Travis Petton (Hon), -21 laps

 

 

 

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Canadian Superbike: Race One Results From Mosport

RoadRacing World - Sun, 2022-08-14 05:10
Pro Superbike Race 1 Results

 

 

 

More, from a press release issued by CSBK/PMP:

Young inches closer to Superbike title after last-corner pass on Dumas

Bowmanville, ON –  Ben Young got an even tighter grip on the Pro Superbike crown on Saturday, winning race one at the Canadian Superbike Championship tripleheader finale after a last-lap battle with rival Alex Dumas at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

Neither rider got the holeshot off the line as it was instead Sebastien Tremblay who was the surprise leader through turn one, but his lead was short-lived as Dumas got the run into turn two and snatched the lead away with Tremblay between him and Young.

The trio ran together closely for the first three laps along with Tomas Casas in fourth, before Young began to work his way to the front for the first time, taking a lead he would hold onto for much of the race aboard his Van Dolder’s Home Team BMW.

Dumas never allowed the championship leader to pull away, however, hanging with Young to the late stages and grabbing the lead back on a pair of occasions. Young would have one last trick up his sleeve, though, passing Dumas in the final turn on the final lap before winning a drag-race to the line for his fifth victory of the campaign.

The two riders – who famously tied for pole position in round three – were again separated by nothing (0.000 seconds) across the line on the penultimate lap, before Young managed to squeak out an extra 0.193 seconds on the final lap.

“That’s how close Alex and I have liked to keep it this year,” Young joked on the podium. “Alex always keeps it interesting, and it’s so fun to battle with him. The level he’s pushed us too these last two years is phenomenal, but thankfully we’ve been able to lead a lot of laps, and the one which matters most which is the last one.”

Young will stretch his lead to a comfortable 37 points while capturing his tenth career Superbike win, moving himself inside the top-eight all-time, but that hasn’t yet shaken the confidence of Dumas as the Liqui Moly/Fast School Suzuki rider looks to keep his #1 plate with a strong pair of races tomorrow.

“The pace was there, I was just looking to follow Ben and learn a few spots to pass, but he was able to get me in ten and I just didn’t have the drive to the line,” Dumas said. “But we’re going to improve the bike more and more overnight like we always do, and come back and put it in the top spot tomorrow.”

Tremblay’s early race form wasn’t enough to hold up with the likes of Young and Dumas, but he did settle in to an equally exciting battle for the final podium spot with Steven Nickerson, which he managed to come out on top of aboard his Turcotte Performance Kawasaki.

“I got my first holeshot of my career which was really cool to be able to lead a Superbike race, even though it was for two corners until Alex passed me,” Tremblay laughed. “But we have two more chances to hopefully lead again tomorrow and be back up here on the podium again.”

Nickerson would hang on to tie his career-best finish of fourth, finishing just shy of his first career podium, as the DeWildt Powersports Honda rider helped move Honda to fifth in the Constructors Championship and one spot ahead of Ducati.

The biggest change on the grid may have been in the Constructors table, as usual frontrunner Trevor Daley crashed out of the podium running in turn three aboard his OneSpeed Suzuki. The result left Suzuki with just the 20 points from Dumas, countered by the 36 points of Young and Sam Guerin in fifth, who helped extend their title lead to a near-insurmountable 43-points heading into Sunday.

Guerin’s fifth-place finish did not come easy to him, however, as the EFC Group BMW rider held off a strong attack from Casas, who lost the lead group after running wide in turn five but recovered to salvage a strong result for the Parts Canada Yamaha team.

Rennie Scaysbrook made a strong impression in his proper CSBK debut aboard the factory USA Aprilia, charging from 14th on the grid to seventh, with the Australian earning himself the FAST Hard Charger award and an extra $500 to go with it.

Anthony Bergeron would wind up just behind him in eighth aboard his privateer BMW, and moved closer to the Brooklin Cycle Racing Pro Rookie of the Year award in the process, closing to within five points of Trevor Dion with two races left.

In other action, Matt Simpson won a shocking Liqui Moly Pro Sport Bike race after a five-rider battle at the front, with the rookie becoming the fifth first-time winner in the Pro ranks this season. More notably, however, was the championship battle between Dion and David MacKay, which was blown wide open in the final few laps.

Julien Lafortune closed up considerably in the AIM Insurance Amateur Superbike ranks, taking the lead on lap three and never looking back en route to a dominant thirteen-second victory for Kawasaki.

Despite rival and championship leader John Fraser finishing second, the win will trim his lead to just six points heading into Sunday, with Lafortune hoping a repeat result can lift him past the 16-year-old phenom and reward him with a national championship.

Zoltan Frast scored a debut national win of his own in the Amateur Sport Bike class, topping a five-rider battle that featured numerous passes for the lead, but again the focus was on championship rivals Paul Etienne Courtois and John Fraser.

Courtois seemed to have a golden opportunity in front of him to extend – if not wrap up – his championship lead, but instead he could only settle for third behind Frast and Alexandre Michel, while Fraser carved his way through the grid and salvaged an impressive fifth from eleventh on the grid.

As a result, Courtois will extend his lead but only by four points, though his 15-point advantage will be hard for Fraser to erase in their season finale on Sunday.

Andrew Cooney continued his somewhat perfect run in the Super Sonic Race School Lightweight class, winning for the third time this season in only his third race. The round two star returned in impressive fashion, but faced a stiff challenge from title contenders Bryce DeBoer and Vincent Wilson, who both pushed for the lead at various points.

It appeared as though Wilson would trim his seven-point championship deficit as he went onto the final lap in second, but instead he would miss the podium altogether as both DeBoer and Jacob Black snuck through, a huge swing that sees DeBoer’s grasp raise to 15 points.

Jared Walker got a chance to sport his new #1 plate in the Lightweight Pro/Am class after clinching on Saturday, but his own brother managed to spoil his celebrations, with Cameron Walker narrowly winning a thrilling six-rider battle for the lead.

The Walker’s have dominated the Pro division for most of the season and Saturday was no different, though the battle for the Amateur division remains up for grabs. DeBoer moved himself closer to a second national crown with a third-place finish on-track but top points amongst the Amateurs, though Grant Nesbitt kept himself mathematically alive with a 13th place finish to keep the deficit at 24 points.

The full results from Saturday’s exciting day of CSBK racing can be found on the series’ official website.

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British Superbike: Race One Results From Thruxton

RoadRacing World - Sat, 2022-08-13 18:17

Editorial Note: American Eli Banish finished 22nd and countryman Julian Correa DNF during British Talent Cup Race One at Thruxton.

BSB R1
BSB R1 Points

 

 

 

More, from a press release issued by MotorSport Vision Racing:

O’Halloran wins with 0.003s separating Mackenzie and Ray in photo finish podium fight

 

Race One winner Jason O’Halloran (center), runner-up Tarran Mackenzie (left), and Bradley Ray (right) on the podium after Race One at Thruxton. Photo courtesy MSVR.

 

Jason O’Halloran kept his cool in the soaring heat at Thruxton to claim his sixth Bennetts British Superbike Championship race victory of the season in the eBay Sprint Race for the McAMS Yamaha team. It was a photo finish for the final podium position with just 0.003s separating Tarran Mackenzie and Bradley Ray at the chequered flag.

On the opening lap Glenn Irwin had initially taken the lead, but O’Halloran was instantly on the attack, dispensing with the Honda Racing UK rider to hit the front of the pack by the end of the opening lap.

O’Halloran was holding the advantage but his rivals were also in the mix with Mackenzie and Ray completing the leading trio by the eighth lap.

O’Halloran was able to maintain an impressive pace until the finish despite the high track temperature to extend his lead in the standings, but Mackenzie and Ray were almost inseparable for second place.

The pair traded positions throughout the closing stages with the final lap starting with Mackenzie ahead of Ray, but the Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha rider made his move into the Club Chicane for the final time to move ahead.

Mackenzie wasn’t settling for third place and the defending champion got a better exit to the finish line to beat Ray by just 0.003s.

Glenn Irwin had continued to hold off the second pack of riders in fourth place following an earlier battle with Peter Hickman on the FHO Racing BMW, who completed the top five.

The Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing Kawasaki pairing of Lee Jackson and Rory Skinner held sixth and seventh places respectively at the finish line, holding off Leon Haslam on the VisionTrack Kawasaki.

Tom Sykes was back inside the top ten with a ninth place for the MCE Ducati team, whilst Tommy Bridewell completed the leading ten riders for the Oxford Products Racing Ducati team.

Bennetts British Superbike Championship, Thruxton, eBay Sprint Race result:

  1. Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha)
  2. Tarran Mackenzie (McAMS Yamaha) +0.939s
  3. Bradley Ray (Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha) +0.942s
  4. Glenn Irwin (Honda Racing UK) +3.545s
  5. Peter Hickman (FHO Racing BMW) +4.081s
  6. Lee Jackson (Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) +6.185s
  7. Rory Skinner (Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) +7.203s
  8. Leon Haslam (VisionTrack Kawasaki) +9.385s
  9. Tom Sykes (MCE Ducati) +9.616s
  10. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati) +11.438s

 

Bennetts British Superbike Championship standings:

  1. Jason O’Halloran (McAMS Yamaha) 290
  2. Bradley Ray (Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha) 271
  3. Lee Jackson (Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) 197
  4. Rory Skinner (Cheshire Mouldings FS-3 Racing Kawasaki) 183
  5. Kyle Ryde (Rich Energy OMG Racing Yamaha) 173
  6. Glenn Irwin (Honda Racing UK) 169
  7. Tommy Bridewell (Oxford Products Racing Ducati) 143
  8. Tarran Mackenzie (McAMS Yamaha) 125

 

For more information on the Bennetts British Superbike Championship visit www.britishsuperbike.com

Jason O’Halloran

McAMS Yamaha

eBay Sprint Race winner

“It was an exciting race! At the start, Glenn was trying to get in front and I just kept fighting back because I wanted to lead.

“I didn’t really know what pace to do to be honest, so I just tried to stick in the 15s as long as I could, I was just monitoring the gap behind me and then started to push a little bit more at the end.

“I saw .3 with one lap to go and I thought that would be enough, then just maintain it on the last lap so massive thanks to McAMS Yamaha – the whole team’s done a great job again, I’m feeling strong and that win felt good.”

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British Superbike: O’Halloran Takes Pole Position At Thruxton

RoadRacing World - Sat, 2022-08-13 17:46

Editorial Note: Americans Julian Correa and Eli Banish were seventh and 26th, respectively, in British Talent Cup Qualifying at Thruxton.

 

BSB Q

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