With only 2 rounds to go Brad is a strong favourite to recapture the British title. Stephen Sword of CCM racing is pushing hard and is looking for a strong finish to the season and a top 3 spot looks a possibility.
Team WFR made a high profile announcement in June with the capture of former AMA Superbike contender Jake Zemke, to replace the departing Alex Lowes. The team still also lead the EVO championship through Glen Richards. In the ultra competitive Supersport class, Gearlink Kawasaki’s fantastic season is showing no signs of stopping with Ben Wilson recording a number of race wins and podium finishes and he leads the championship by a considerable margin.
Rock Oil supported rider Brad O’Leary has just announced he will be switching from MX competition to British and European Supermoto in 2012. Brad has rode on Rock Oil for over 7 years and has won multiple British titles. He has decided on a change for 2012, albeit still supported by Rock and we wish him well and look forward to seeing him race next year.
Away from the UK and we are delighted to report that our Malaysian importers race team, ‘Global Bike Rock Oil Racing’ have recorded their first win of the season. The Rock Oil importer has worked hard to put Rock Oil on the map in Malaysia and we are delighted that the team are proving successful. Sticking with news from overseas, our Spanish importer has recently agreed to support a team in the Spanish Superbike Championship - Alarcos Racing, so we look forward to keeping you informed of progress in the future. Spain is a new market for Rock Oil, so the sponsorship of the race team will really help to spread the Rock Oil name.