Dunlop Masters Official test

Dunlop Masters Official test

Day 1 of this new official test session went really well.


4 sessions each day for each class giving means plenty of time to make adjustments or improve setups.


On hand to give tuition and guidance on and off the track was Dickies British Supersport champion Jack Kennedy on the Mondello S1000rr.


It’s on again tomorrow and admission is free for everyone, highly recommended.


Must open a file share account to post photo’s. What site is everyone using to embed images?


Source: Dunlop Masters Official test

Mike Hailwood – 38 years ago

Mike Hailwood – 38 years ago

Stanley Michael Bailey Hailwood, MBE, GM (2 April 1940 – 23 March 1981)

Mike was a British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, regarded by many as one of the greatest racers of all time. He was known as “Mike The Bike” because of his natural riding ability on bikes with a range of engine capacities.

Mike was one of the few men to compete at Grand Prix level in both motorcycle and car racing.

Sadly, Mike died following a road traffic accident in Warwickshire, England.

His daughter Michelle was killed instantly in the crash and his son David survived it.

The crash happened on the 21st of March 1981.

Source: Mike Hailwood – 38 years ago

S100 – Supersport Races Favoured by Early Southern 100 Entrant

S100 – Supersport Races Favoured by Early Southern 100 Entrant

The Supersport 600cc Races appear to be the most popular, at least amongst the early entries received for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Southern 100 Road Races in the first few days after entries opened.

A total of 16 have been accepted, so far, including five Newcomers Michael Bates, Albert Walker, Kieran Brockie, Laurence Jones and Russian competitor Danila Krasniuk.

Stephen Bostock, Chris Watson, Michael Mace, Stephen Beale, Andy Sailor, Mark Goodings, Paul Cassidy, Richard Charlton, Gavin Brown, Stuart Rayner and David McConnachy are all entered on a mixture of Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki and Triumph machinery.



Source: S100 – Supersport Races Favoured by Early Southern 100 Entrant

Crossleys Continue to Sponsor Southern 100 Marshals

Crossleys Continue to Sponsor Southern 100 Marshals

Ballasalla based Chartered Certified Accountants UHY Crossleys LLC have generously agreed to continue to cover Postage Costs for vital correspondence sent to all Southern 100 Marshals, who volunteer their services for all three road races held on the Colas Billown Course.

Chief Marshal, Peter Chadwick says:

‘The Southern 100 Marshals Association are progressing online Sign-on however, feedback from our marshals indicates that this method does not suit all.

‘We upload our Signing-on forms on the official Southern 100 website and try to encourage marshals via social media to download the forms and send them in.

‘Only a small percentage actually do this, and I think old habits die hard as Marshals wait for the reminder when the forms drop through the post.’

‘Going forward, we need to reduce the cost of postage and we ask all of our Marshals to please consider this for future.’

Peter concluded:

‘Meantime we are very fortunate to have the support of a long-established local Accountancy Firm, UHY Crossleys LLC for which we are very grateful, especially in view of the impending increase in postage costs from next month.



Source: Crossleys Continue to Sponsor Southern 100 Marshals

Sump plug ringed fazer 6

Sump plug ringed fazer 6

As above. I ringed the sump plug on my fazer 1999 600 while changing the oil. It’s found a new thread and got a good bite/tighten.

My question is, can I use an oil pump on these ? The one they use for cages. Would it work ?

I got a new sump plug off wii moto and it was pure shite.


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