Don't miss the MCE
Insurance British Superbike Championship at Oulton Park this Bank
Holiday weekend (5/6/7 May) as the title fight reaches the Cheshire
circuit for the first time in 2012.
The parkland setting has previously produced some of the closest
race finishes in MCE BSB history and with the new technical
regulations making a more even playing field for 2012 expect to see
a brace of new contenders lining up to steal Tommy Hill's
Samsung Honda's Jon Kirkham snatched the opening race win from
Alastair Seeley at Brands Hatch whilst Ian Lowry and Josh Brookes
stole the honours at Thruxton, but as the championship reaches
Cheshire the 32 riders will all by vying for victory in their quest
to remain inside the top six in the standings.
Defending champion Hill and former double title winner Shane
'Shakey' Byrne are fired up to make amends after the opening races
of the season as they fight to defeat their title rivals and return
to the podium.
Swan Yamaha's Noriyuki Haga returns to Cheshire on his first
full season in the championship; last time he raced at the circuit
he was engulfed in the famous fireball warm up lap incident but
with track knowledge already he is sure to be a contender on Bank
The event features a host of support class action including the
Motorpoint British Supersport Championship protected by Datatag and
the Metzeler National Superstock 1000 and 600 Championships, plus
you can meet the riders during the free pit walk.
Advance adult tickets for raceday cost from £25 online in
advance with children aged 12 and under free. For more information
and to book call 0843 453 9000 or click the button below.
The Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki team will be aiming for a
championship crown this season with Shane 'Shakey' Byrne and Stuart
To celebrate the Oulton Park round we have three pairs of
weekend tickets to give away to the triple-header event with the
overall winner experiencing a high-speed lap of the circuit with a
pillion ride (terms and conditions apply).
To win just answer the following question: Which rider does not
race for Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki?