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The High(land)s and Lows of Racing

ARRIVING to the traditionally wet and blustery conditions of Knockhill did not last long, and both the Superbike and Superstock machines felt the tarmac towards the end of day one for warm up. The racing got underway on Saturday in much drier conditions, and the team were optimistic for some good results.

Kicking off proceedings were the Superstock riders, #11 David Allingham and #18 Shaun Winfield. Both riders made a confident start from the line, with David ahead chasing a top 10 finish. Unfortunately, one small error cost D*Bomb the race as he crashed out. Following closely behind, Winfield kept his cool and claimed the 12th spot at the finish line.

The first of the Superbike races, the 22 lap eBay Sprint got underway with Luke Mossey finishing in 20th.
Despite losing D*Bomb to the last corner in race one, the team were in great spirits ahead of Sunday’s races. A strong start from lights out was not entirely reflected in the result for the #11 bike, as two large crashes held D*Bomb up and caused him to have to stand the bike up twice to avoid. Successfully dodging two near misses, a celebratory P13 finish was had for D*Bomb. Dropping a couple of places back on the grid for the start of race two did not deter Winfield, battling his way to 10th position, only to just miss out at the chequered flag to Joe Sheldon-Shaw and TJ Toms; finishing in his second 12th place of the weekend.

Ready to get back on track, Luke Mossey took to race two from row 6, ahead of the three factory Honda Superbikes. Disappointingly, Mossey joined 8 other riders with a DNF result due to technical issues and running off at the last corner. As race three got underway, Mossey didn’t make much progress and returned to the garage with the Superbike for another DNF result.

Testing, testing
Unable to attend the Knockhill testing date ahead of Round 4, the team have secured two further dates at the ‘home’ circuit of Donington Park. Preparing for Round 5 at Brands Hatch, the team are working closely with the riders to develop the bikes and continue the momentum.

Welcome, Callum
Always looking to develop the team, TAG Honda Racing have this week welcomed another talented team member, Callum. We are not sure he has quite mastered the art of the grid-umbrella, but he has plenty to offer in the garage and we are pleased to have another recruit in our pursuit of championships!