After a wet warm-up session this morning, which felt terrible but saw me
fifth on the timesheets, the sun came out and I finished today’s dry first
race fifth in the Superstock class and tenth overall in GP1. Importantly, I
went faster and stayed near my best pace more consistently. That shows that
I’m learning the bike and the set-up changes have taken it the right way.
The racing is hard and a real challenge. Getting on the podium is my aim for
the year and it will really give me something to work for.
Posted by John. Posted on: March 13, 2011 at 12:00 am
John March 13, 2011
Overall happy. Was given the information and advice to choose best outcome for me
Robert March 13, 2011
It was dealt with very well. Andrew Prendergast I would recommend.
Linda March 13, 2011
Great service and friendly guys, plus helpful
Ian March 13, 2011
Martyn Dey has provided a high quality standard of service to me. If I haven't understood something he has called me straight away to clarify options.