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  1. Jeremy Seewer continued his podium run with a second overall at the Czech GP this weekend in what were some extremely tricky conditions at the Loket facility. Hard rain before the first MX2 moto made the track very slick and slippery but Seewer battled hard in both races to finish second overall as he continues his assault on the MX2 World Championship. Hunter Lawrence also impressed on his return to action after missing the last two rounds with a back injury. The Australian rider got two eigh
  2. Kevin Strijbos and Arminas Jasikonis both got top-10 moto finishes on-board their RM-Z450WS machines, on what was a difficult day of racing at the old school Loket track in the Czech Republic today. Rain early on gave the track a greasy feel to it in the first motos before it dried out for race two, but whatever the conditions, passing is always at a premium and both riders showed good speed to make their way through what is an extremely competitive MXGP field.
  3. Richard Cooper took another win in the National Superstock 1000 Championship at Brands Hatch onboard his Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000, leading today's race from start-to-finish to make it a perfect weekend after qualifying on pole and winning both legs of yesterday's two-part race.
  4. Bas Vaessen was the top finishing Suzuki World rider, in what was an extremely hot and sticky day in the Czech Republic. Kevin Strijbos also rode well for a top-10 position on his return from injury while Arminas Jasikonis, Hunter Lawrence and Jeremy Seewer had to overcome crashes in their qualifying races as they tried to get as good a gate pick as possible. Despite the bad luck, all members of the team are looking forward to tomorrow and chance to score good points at this hard-pack Loket trac
  5. Bennetts Suzuki's Richard Cooper took victory in today's Superstock 1000 race at Brands Hatch, taking maximum points from the two-part race at round six of the MCE British Superbike Championship.