G&S Racing Kawasaki riders had a good weekend on their visit to Knockhill in Scotland with Dominic Usher finishing his Stock 100 race in a fantastic fifth position
All three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders successfully completed their respective races at Snetterton on Sunday with Kevin Van Leuven recording a good top 10 result to add to his point’s tally in the Stock 600
Dominic Usher just missed out on a point’s finish in the Stock 1000 class while Tom Fisher qualified for and completed his first race on the big Kawasaki.
G&S Racing Kawasaki rider Kevin van Leuven secured a strong eighth place on his debut for the team in the first round of the National Superstock 600 championship at Brands Hatch while Dominic Usher finished 18th in the Superstock 1000 class.
Wyberton based team G&S Kawasaki Racing took part in a very successful test at Donington Park where Dutch rider Kevin Van Leuven was welcomed to his first test session on British tarmac.
Wyberton based G&S Racing Kawasaki returned from Silverstone with just one championship point for their troubles as they contested the penultimate round of the National Superstock
There were mixed feelings for Wyberton based G&S Racing Kawasaki at Cadwell at the weekend as all three riders put in a good performance which was marred by a nasty fall for Nottingham rider Daniel Hegarty causing his race to be red flagged.
G&S Racing Kawasaki team at Donington Park with Nottingham rider Tom Fisher equalling his best ever result of fourth place in the Superstock 600 race while in the 1000cc class Dominic Usher from Beverley crashed out
All three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders completed their respective races at Oulton Park over the Bank Holiday weekend, Tom Fisher a fighting 14th in the Superstock 600 race, Dave Ferns 29th and Dominic Usher 22nd in the Superstock 1000 event.
Beverley rider Dominic Usher who works as an electrician/joiner completed his qualifying in 22nd place and began Sunday’s 16 lap race from a sixth row grid position.
Small can be beautiful, especially when it comes to cars. While crowds at last week’s Beverley Classic Car Rally flocked to the Rolls Royces and Jaguars, the people really in the know about cars sought out the real gems of the show. And nothing shone out more than Mark Fisher’s 1961 300cc BMW Isetta. This legendary bubble car – front opening and unrelentingly romantic – could almost have been lost…