Posts in Jamie Wilkins

I won the last Streetfighter race by 20 seconds, enjoying riding hard for the hell of it. Between us we took the decision not to go out for the last GP1 race. My rear tyre is finished so I’d be

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I won the Streetfighters race comfortably and then fitted a new soft tyre for GP1 which got me 12th and this lap time. That’s half a second off my Streetfighter best and a frankly ridiculous time on one of these

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Riding in the beautiful weather today was joy incarnate. The bike is working brilliantly and is loads of fun. In the long GP1 race I was 12th overall and 6th Superstock (kind of). Three of us were covered by less

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Back to winning ways! I got away and won by 7s. It feels great to win again and it’s a reminder of just how tough GP1 really is. Two more races this afternoon, GP1 first.

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I got pole in Streetfighters by a second, which was nice, and qualified 13th in GP1 despite going nearly a second quicker again. This looks like being a real rollercoaster weekend. The sun is out and I’m simply happy to

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As previews go, this one is rather late. I wholeheartedly apologise. By the time anyone reads it I’ll probably have finished qualifying. But then, until a couple of hours ago I wasn’t sure exactly what sort of weekend I needed

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I was 5th in class and 9th overall and I’m really happy. Conditions were drying all afternoon and it was a tough choice between wet or dry tyres. I went with wets, along with the majority of the grid, but

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What a race! I was 6th superstock and 12th overall from 21st on the grid, and I beat Chris Barnes too! I made lots of changes to the set-up before morning warm-up and the bike was loads better, with the

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There are 35 bikes in GP1 this weekend as riders from other series and the British championship squeeze in some extra racing before the end of the season. It makes a hard class even tougher. The session was wet, with

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It’s 10.36pm. I’m in the back of my van in Oulton’s paddock, tucked up in ‘bed’ (two sleeping bags and an airbed with a slow puncture). The thin metal roof stops the rain from actually landing on my face but

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