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Lee Secures 2nd Place in the Club Championship!
After some hard fought races, Lee wins both Sound of Thunder Races at Mallory Park and secures 2nd place in the club championship. He also takes the ZX10R out and finishes 4th in the Pro-Bike Race.
"Great racing again, with Howarth and myself doing 56's in the points race" Explains Lee, "A big thanks to my team as without them I'd never get on the grid... Especially Dad who never gets thanked and has to put up with me being a miserable git when things don't go my way!!". Lee's Aprilia is now up for sale - if anyone is interested, please contact Lee through the contaus us page.


Lee Secures 2nd Place in the SuperClub Championship!
After a disastrous weekend at Cadwell Park, Lee bounces back (despite being totally beaten up from his Highside the week before) and takes a win, two 2nd's and a 3rd in the Sound of Thunder races at Donington Park. He also takes the ZX10R out for a 3 races and finishes 11th, 6th and 5th as he starts to get to terms with the Kawasaki.
Congratulations to Les Liney for his race win and securing 3rd place in the championship! "Great racing with the old skool at Donington Les, Kevin Jones, Dean Wane and Adrian Grove were all up for it and we had some great races" Explains Lee. "Getting back on the bike was the best thing for me and I'm right up for the challenge at the last round of the Club championship on the 31st!"

Lee crashes out in the points race at Cadwell Park.
After a good set of 3rd place finishes (and setting his own personal best lap time of 1.38.17) on the Saturday, Lee highsides out of the points race on the Sunday whilst fighting for 2nd place. Unfortunately this meant Lee can only achieve 2nd place in the championship at best, with 3rd place Howarth on 5 points behind Lee - its all to play for at the final round at Mallory Park on the 31st of October.
Lee scores more valuable points at a soaking wet Silverstone.
Lee runs the first Pro-Bike race on the ZX10R and finishes 5th (setting a faster lap than the fourth place finisher). He then finishes 2nd to Howarth in both Sound of Thunder races.
"It was harder than I thought to switch from the ZX10R back to the Mille, which caused me to make some mistakes early on in the first Sound of Thunder race - this let Howarth escape." Explains Lee. "The second race was wet - very wet, and I was also struggling to see in places, as the sun was very low. Howarth was a lot more committed than I was prepared to be and managed to slowly get away from me. I was happy to consolidate and take the 20 points - focusing on the overall championship, rather than risking a crash in treacherous conditions".
Lee has first outing on the ZX10R
Lee ventures out on his new ZX10R superstock bike for the first time at Castle Combe.
With the bike barely finished in time to ready to race, Lee enters the Pro-Bike races at the Superbike meeting at Castle Combe. The bike is absolutely standard except for having the front forks reworked, an ohlins rear shock and an end can.
Lee manages a fourth place in the final race on Saturday. Sunday's races were plagued with brake problems, with Lee's best finish being a sixth place despite having virtually no brakes towards the end of the race!
Lee does a Double Double at Pembrey!
The scores 4 wins out of 4 races at the Welsh Circuit and strengthens his 2nd place in the club championship, moving to within 46 points of the championship leader with 100 points still up for grabs in the final 4 rounds.
"It was hard work, " explains Lee, "Michael Howarth (the rider chasing Lee in the championship) was a fierce competitor and we battled all the way in the points race on Saturday". "We spent 50% of the last lap bashing fairings - it was an awesome race! Fair play to Howarth, as it was his first time at the circuit and he was right on the pace - roll on Silverstone in 2 weeks!"
Lee starts to get to grips with Brands Hatch!
Having only ridden the circuit on a busy track day a month before, Lee has to race at Brands Hatch - still with the standard engine in the bike.
Lee qualifies 9th, but improves in the races and finishes 8th and 5th respectively. "I'm quite pleased with the results, considering my lack of knowledge at the track", says Lee. "Carl Marsden has now secured the championship and I have moved into 2nd place with it all to play for at the final round at Donington Park!"
Lee bags two podiums on a standard engine!
With the engine out of the No.1 bike and 2nd place in the New Era Sound of Thunder championship to defend at Castle Combe the team needed to be prepared a machine quickly. Fortunately Lee found an engine for sale on the internet auction website Ebay, and won the bidding at £550. “It was a standard engine out of a road bike that had done 6,000 miles, but we were getting desperate!” explains Lee.

With only two evenings to build the bike the team worked frantically and finished the bike the night before the Castle Combe race day.
With no prior practice on the machine, Lee managed to qualify in 7th place ahead of several superbike specification machinery on the 42 strong grid.

After a hard fought race 1 with Nigel Manning-Morten (a local track expert) and Kenny Whatmore, Lee finished 2nd behind Nigel Reed on his Suzuki.

In the championship race Lee rode a well measured race to finish 3rd behind Pensavalle on his Ducati Superbike and the persistent track specialist Reed. This result strengthens Lee’s 2nd position in the New Era club championship and increases his advantage over 3rd place to 9 points.

On Monday the bike was dyno'ed by Craig at DynoTorque and it was only putting out 122 Bhp - which makes Lee's results even more impressive!

Lee homes in on 2nd place in SuperClub.
Having no real experience at Oulton Park (other than 2 wet races earlier in the season), Lee invites Dean Ashton along to the practice day to help Lee learn the circuit.
Despite Dean's great tuition Lee was still off the pace and qualified in 10th place, however he managed to improve on both his times and positioning during the racing and finished 6th in both races. With 2nd place man failing to finish in either races, Lee closes to within 6 points of 2nd place.
"I had some great scraps with the SoT old skool - Kevin Jones, Les Liney and Dean Wayne - probably the most fun racing this year" , said Lee. These results are despite the problems continuing with Lee's No.1 Bike. "The engine in the No.1 bike is not happy", explains Lee, " we stripped it out yesterday and I drove it up to Steve Howlett last night for him to strip, inspect and rebuild. We may well be running on a standard engine for a bit - My trusty 120Bhp No.2 bike!"
Lee Strengthen's 2nd Place in Club Championship.
Despite having problems with the bike, Lee rides to a solid 4th place in the championship race to increase his advantage in the championship. The race had an unexpected winner - Dave Wood (British Superbike Privateer) turned up on a standard Suzuki TLR to make the rest of the field look like real amateurs - an embarrassment for the Superbike Spec riding fraternity and an inspiration to the rest of us riding standard machinery!
Unexpected Podium at Snetterton for Lee.
Racing at the Horse Power Dependant Circuit, Lee was not expecting to get much higher than 5th or 6th all weekend. A strange set of events sees him finish third in the final race on Sunday - strengthening his 3rd place in the SuperClub championship.
First win of 2004 for Lee!
Racing at Pembrey in the BMCRC Nationwide Championship Lee beats the top riders in the MRO Mille Challenge and Phil Bevan (Pembrey Track God!) on his super quick Ducati in the races on Saturday.
The racing on Saturday was supposed to be practice for Lee riding on the Dunlop 207 RR tyres for the MRO Mille Challenge on the Sunday, but the weather had other ideas... "I couldn't believe it when it came in wet on Saturday, We'd not been able to book the practice on the Friday to get an opportunity to ride on the RR's before the races, so we were going to use the races on Saturday to get used to them. When it came in wet, we had to run my normal wet tyres.". Lee started from 27th on the grid in the first race to finish 2nd, in race two (starting on the grid were he finished in race one), Lee took the lead 3 laps from the end of the race to take the win. "I was really glad to break the duck we seemed to be carrying round this year, but concerned that we'd still not tested on the Dunlop tyres before the MRO round".
The weather on Sunday changed to brilliant sunshine and Lee had to go and qualify on the RR's with no prior practice. Lee crashed on the 4th lap after putting in a 1.04 lap time. "It was a quick crash!", said Lee, "Through the fast right after the left handers of Paddock Bend. The back end just came round without warning and the next thing I knew I was skidding across the grass on my arse! - A real shame because that lap was so much quicker than the previous one!". Despite being beaten up, Lee and the team (Lee's Dad) worked hard to get the bike back together for the racing. Despite crashing so early in the qualifying Lee had still managed to qualify 10th on the grid (only 1 second slower than Darren Jones - the championship leader). To cut a long story short the race ended up being run under wet conditions and although the team had time to change the tyres before the race, the rain came down heavy as the race started and unfortunately Lee had selected to go for only a wet front and not a wet rear. "I tried to race with the rubber we had on but I was heading for another crash.. I managed to get up to 4th or 5th on the first lap, but the rear kept going round of the exit of every corner. When I got a massive high side out of the hairpin - which I luckily saved, I decided to call it a day and pull out".
A real disappointment for the team after the success of Saturday, but never the less - Lee feels he has demonstrated he can ride competitively at this level.
Lee will be racing again when the Superclub championship goes to Snetterton in July.
Mixed up weather at Oulton Park
Having no real experience of the circuit, no practice and only a track day a week prior to racing - Lee had is work cut out at Oulton Park. "The day started very poorly - we didn't have a bike that ran come practice, we finally got out for one of the practice sessions in the pouring rain." Says Lee, "I had a right battle in the Championship race and got held up by one of the riders for too long, which enabled the leaders to get away. I'm happy with the 4th place considering the conditions and my total lack of circuit knowledge. Congrats to Simon Nuttal on a great race win!".
Two 3rds at Donington Park
Lee has some great rides at Donington Park circuit and takes home some silverware (well plastic coated in silver type covering!) at the Club Festival (non championship) round. "Great fun, despite some unnecessary hostilities in the paddock, Achieved my best lap time to date and in the second Sound of Thunder race I was only beaten by two Ex BSB Ducatis, so I'm very pleased with the results." Says Lee. "Boy those BMW Boxer Cup boys can ride hard, I only caught Richard Cooper on the last lap and he didn't want to let me past!"
Bridesmaid Again!
After an appalling first race, Lee gets another 2nd place finish in the points race at Mallory Park on Sunday.
"In the first race we had a Superstock bellowing out smoke ahead of us and I was slightly concerned he was either going to crash or someone else might, which delayed my progress through the pack from the back of the grid... To be honest it was probably my worst race this year. But then what a turn around", Lee continues, " I made a great start in the points race and lead for the majority of the race, only to be past by a far superior horse powered Ducati down the start/finish straight. I managed to re-pass him around Gerards and hold him off until we reached the start/finish straight again, when this time I was passed earlier and I was unable to make up all the ground to re-pass at Gerards, we then hit back markers which made the win impossible." This second place finish and 20 points lifts Lee to 2nd in the championship, "Shame we couldn't hold on for a few more laps, but thoroughly enjoyed the race and content with the championship positioning considering the strength of the field.
Hard Fought Racing at Cadwell Park!
Lee qualifies 5th on the grid for the four races at his dreaded Cadwell Park Circuit (Cadwell was the track Lee crashed at in 2002 and smashed his upper left arm to bits - leaving him out of racing for 18 months).
Lee just missed getting on the podium with three 4th's - but his best race (and lap time - a 1min 38) was when he finished 6th. "The first race on Sunday was awesome - I kept with the leaders for most of the race, until I made a mistake going through Hall bends and did some lawn mowing! I still only finished 9 seconds of the winner - 12 seconds ahead of the 7th place man".
Another Podium... Another Crash!
Always fighting a losing battle against the far superior Superbikes at the Snetterton Circuit, Lee leads the points race for a couple of laps on the Saturday to eventually
finish 3rd.
He fights even harder and leads several times on the Sunday, to be caught out by rain and crash at the Esses.
"Great racing, don't really care that we ended up on the deck", says Lee, "The bike and I came away un damaged and I think we demonstrated to the other boys who's the boss in terms of riding ability....", "At the end of the day.......
the best BIKE won!"... Roll on the next meeting....
Lee gets two 2nds at Donington Park and wins some prize money!
Lee gets on the podium in both races on Sunday.
"Always the bridesmaid!", says Lee, "Good racing though, I missed out on the practice day the day before and if we'd have been able to practice I think we could have done one better". "Nevermind - the weather was great and we went home in one piece with some prize money!"
Dirty track costs Lee his first race win of 2004!
Lees crashes out whilst leading on the penultimate lap of race 1 at Mallory Park on the 18th of April. Lee (who was not seriously hurt in the accident) was forced out on a wide line whilst going around Gerards passing back markers. Unfortunately there was a patch of oil on the circuit which cause Lee's bike to lowside and crash. "It was a shame as I'd fought hard to to get out in front and to crash out and loose valuable points because of something on the circuit is really frustrating" says Lee. Even with this set back, Lee managed to get back out for race two and consolidate with a 4th place finish.
Steve rides two measured races to score points in both.
Steve still getting back in the flow of things rides two solid races in appalling weather conditions to score some well needed championship points.
Lee strengthens 3rd place in the Club Championship
Riding at the circuit where he crashed out in 2002 and broke his arm, Lee puts in some solid rides (despite a massive BHP disadvantage) and finishes 4th, 3rd, 3rd and 6th.
Lee moves closer to the 2nd place man (Carl Marsden), with the rest of the pack snapping at Lee's heals!
Lee is 2nd at Honda Superclub!
In the pouring rain (and despite being involved in a massive crash at the hairpin in one race), Lee finishes the weekend with two 2nd's, a third and one 4th place to put him 2nd in the points table.
Steve gets a top ten finish!
Steve is starting to get to grips with the mighty Suzuki again and finishes constantly in the points.

Lee gets on the podium (at last!)...
Lee gains two 3rd places at Mallory Park (Round 3 of the Club championship).
"Its been the first time I've got back into the top 3 since my accident at the start of the 2002 season - which put me out for 18 months. Its nice to be back with the front runners - but its a race win that I'm really looking for!"...
These results strengthens Lee's 3rd position in the championship, as the team look to the start of the Honda SuperClub championship (Pembrey at the begining of April).
Steve hopes to have the TLR sorted by then.

A Mixed Weekend at Snetterton - and not just the weather!
Every weather condition possible was thrown at the team at the Norfolk Circuit - Rain, Snow and Gales!
Great Results for Lee as he fights for two 4th places and enters Mallory Park next weekend sitting 3rd in the Championship.
"We have well exceeded our expectations in the results this weekend. Snetterton - as I have mentioned before is a power/wallet circuit and my bikes are only just faster than the standard road bikes. We were racing against ex-British superbikes and knew we would have our work cut out for us. Very happy with the results - especially with the result on Sunday on a dry circuit!"
Steve's bike has ignition problems and after limping round in race one on the Saturday, Steve fails to finish any of the remaining 3 races over the weekend as the TLR plays up.
Steve is confident to have the problem resolved for Mallory Park next weekend.

Lee has successful testing session at Nogaro in France - both Steve & Lee ready for first meeting of the season at Snetterton on the 12th of March.
Lee spent a week at the French track getting both bikes ready for the 2004 season. "We spent a bit of time focussing on the suspension settings and got both bikes working really well - I'm all set for Snet!". You can see pictures of the sessions at Nogaro here.
The season starts with a two day meeting at Snetterton on the 12th of March. Both Steve & Lee will be attending the practice day the day before to get dialed in before the first club round.

Photo of Lee's Crash in September 2003 are up.....
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Both bikes and riders are ready to race.
Both Steve's and Lee's bikes are ready for the 2004 season, which starts in less than 2 months time. Steve is ahead of the game, with only vynals to be put on the bike.... Lee had both bikes dyno'ed and remapped at the weekend and says "Gary Smith (Of SDC Performance) know's his stuff when it comes to setting up fuel injected bikes... We gained 5bhp on the wet bike - A standard RSVR with race exhaust system. Gary also managed to pickup 2 bhp that we had lost from the No.1 bike".
Lee has some solid races on his new wet bike at Plum Pudding.
After only finishing the bike the previous day (Yes Christmas Day!), Lee has some solid rides in the 600-1300cc race at Mallory park and finishes 4th in the first race. "We are very happy, especially that the bike has stayed together - we haven't had time to test the bike, so this is its first outing".
At least half the team are going to Nogaro in France for pre-season testing end of Feb'04
Lee has booked in for 5 days at the southern France circuit to get both bikes ready for the first meeting mid March'04.
Provisional 2004 Dates Announced
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Lee gets a 5th in the Championship race at Mallory Park.
The day starts poorly for Lee finishing 16th in the SoT trophy race, however he changes tyres and mindset and comes 7th from a 26th starting position in the Pro-Bike Open race, battling with GSXR 1000's and R1's. Then in the second Sound of Thunder race he finishes 5th from his 10 place on the starting grid. "I'm very happy to end the season on a positive note!" Says Lee, "With the training and Motocross I intend to do over the winter I feel we'll be in good shape for challenging the championship next year".
Steve is also working hard to make his comeback next year, when he plans to race along side Lee in the Sound of Thunder championship.
Lee gets top a 20 finish in the UK Pro Bike race at Donington Park BSB round.
Lee qualifies 29th, and in the second race finishes 20th (out of a 40 grid) despite being underpowered and never riding the melbourne loop section of the circuit.
Lee is riding at the BSB round at Donington Park on 27/09/2003!
Lee has been accepted for the Pro-Bike Grand Slam race at the final BSB Round at Donington Park. He has to qualify, which will be a challenge against the powerful GSXR 1000's and R1's, but he likes the East Midlands circuit and feels he can cut the grade to qualify, wining the race is another thing altogether - "I'll be astonished if I finish in the top 20", says Lee, "Its the taking part that counts, just to be involved in a meeting at the highest level.". We'll post results after the weekend.
Lee has a crash, but is not injured.
At Mallory Park whilst on course for a Podium finish, the RSV lets go at the rear end going round Gerards and Lee Crashes. He only sustains a small injury, but the bike takes a pasting!
The team work hard through the week to get the bike ready for Cadwell Park (the following weekend), and succeed. Lee knocks off 2 seconds from his fastest lap at Cadwell Park and gets a solid top ten finish.
Lee gets a pair of 7's @ Castle Coombe.
The grid was big and strong at Castle Coombe with 45 riders on the grid (50% more than some circuits!). The circuit also attracts riders outside the championship (and track specialists) as there are very few motorcycle meetings held at Castle Coombe. Lee has possibly his best two races since his return and finishes 7th in both, after qualifying 10th in a wet qualifying session.
Lee still getting to grips with the RSV!
Lee is finally feeling he is understanding the RSV and still getting quicker. "I'm still too cautions and need to get a bit more aggressive, It doesn't help that I got Knocked off again at Donington park in July, but the bike feels great". Lee is hoping to build confidence through the remainder of the season, then work on his fitness for the 2004 season through the winter.
Lee's getting faster!
Lee successfully completes 2 rounds of the Superclub Sound of Thunder Championship and gets some solid top 10 finishes.
Qualifing 13th (with no prior practice - unlike most of the grid who spent the day before on the circuit), Lee's best result landed him 8th - with his fastest lap being quick than the two riders in front of him.
"I'm still a bit too cautious at the start, its costing me places that I have to make up, which is having an adverse effect on my finishing postition" says Lee.
"The bike is working well, although at Snetterton we are always going to struggle against the bigger wallets, but I had a great weekend and getting quicker each time I go out".
Lee's first meeting back
4 races at Pembrey, with no incident, and Lee scores some points!
"Really please to be racing again, although I was shaking like a fool on the start of the first race!", says Lee. "We ran the rear tyre too long, which as a shame, as I was hoping to break into the top 5 on the last race on Sunday. The tyre let go coming round the left hander at paddock on lap 3 and I had another few scares, so I did a bit of damage limitation rather than pressing hard". All in all though a good first weekend back.
Team going testing at Snetterton.
Both Lee & Steve are going to Snetterton on Tuesday to test. Both riders have taken up Motocross to help fitness. Lee says he's feeling a lot fitter than he did in March (before the crash), but his arm is still not 100% - but he's working on it. For the past month Lee has ridden Motocross once a week and down the gym at least twice a week to try and rebuild the strength in his left arm (and loose some of the additional 'baggage' he's acquired during his year and a half off due to injury!).
The Aprilia is now back to almost its former glory, with just a few scratches to show from the accident in March.
Next update will be on Wednesday after the teams test at Snetterton.
Lee's bad luck continues!
In his first race back in a year Lee gets wiped out by some elses accident.
A novice rider highsided in front of Lee in his first race back, causing him to take evasive action, the fallen rider hit Lee's machine which sent him flying off the Mallory circuit. The result of this has broken Lee's nearly mended left arm just below the shoulder (fortunately, not the original break), which will put Lee out for a few months!
Its a long time coming but....
Lee's Aprilia RSVR is ready. MST has done the engine work and St Albans Dyno will be setting the bike up next week, ready for the first race of the season at Mallory Park on March 16th. Lee has an appointment with his doctor on the 11th of March, which will decide whether or not he is fit to race in two weeks time.... Fingers Crossed!
Pictures of the bike here.
Happy New Year !
Lee has some Honda SP-1 Parts and Aprilia RSV 1000 R (Mille) Parts for sale,
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Steve's GSXR 600 is For Sale.
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New Pictures Up!
New pictures of both Lee's New Bike and Lee's Scars.
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New Bike for Lee!
2 weeks ago Lee took delivery of a Brand New 2002 Aprilia RSV (Mille) R. The bike, supplied by has already been stripped down and the engine extracted and sent off to Mike Smith for tuning. The plan is to make the bike as competative as possible.
Pictures will be posted as soon as we have them.

Lee sells both bikes
Lee sells both the SP-1 and Hornet, seeing as it is unlikely he will be riding until at least the start of the 2003 season - Lee decides to sell both bikes and clear the decks. At the moment it is unclear what bike Lee will be riding next year - however we can confirm that he will be riding a V-Twin and competing in the Sound of Thunder Championship.
Steve Howlett joins
Ben has officially hung up his leathers (for the time being anyway), so the team gets a new rider - Steve Howlett.
Steve, who rides a Suzuki TL1000R (after a long stint in the 600 class), gained two 2nds and two thirds on his first outings on the TLR at Snetterton back in the Summer.
Steve not only brings his riding skills to the team, but also very strong mechanical and technical expertise.
The site will be updated shortly with info and pictures.... stay tuned!
Lee gets Operation ahead of Schedule
The only lucky break for Lee this year - as he gets his operation ahead of schedule. The operation encompassed a steel plate in his upper arm together with a bone grapht from his hip to encourage union of the bone. Lee is 'a bit sore' but in good health.
Operation Needed For Lee
Lee visited the consultant today to be told that a complicated operation will be necessary to fix his shattered arm. Its been 5 months now since the accident at Cadwell Park and his arm has still not repaired. The decision has been made to sell Lee's SP-1 as it is unlikely that he'll be racing in the near future. The bike - that took Lee to 2nd place in the championship last year - has been fully restored and ready to race.
Anyone interested in buying the bike should contact Lee via email:

Lee is out for the season!
Whilst sitting 5th and making a move to gain 4th place in the championship race at Cadwell Park, Lee has a massive highside and crashes badly.
After a trip to Grimbsy Hospital it is confirmed that Lee has broken his left Humuors (Big one in your arm) and dislocated his right shoulder (again!).

Unfortunately he can expect at least 12 weeks in plaster before he can start to think about getting fit enough to return to racing - basically any hopes for the championship this year are over.

We'll keep you posted as to Lee's recovery.


Lee rides the hornet
First time out and things look good for Lee on the Hornet. His only disappointment after the trophy races at Donington Park, was that he was unable to match his practice times of 1.21's done on the Friday in the races Saturday & Sunday. Fatigue was the culprit and Lee is now working hard on his fitness (and maybe doing a little less practice in future - 9 sessions on Friday was way too much!)
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Lee starts the Season in 3rd Place
After pulling away at the front - the championship race is stopped as the heavens opened. Lee rides well to finish 3rd in the championship race at Mallory Park.
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More New pictures:

Lee testing in spain -
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Lee & PAGE 3 Girlies !! -
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New pictures up for Lee's 2002 championship.
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Lee confirms he is riding both the Honda SP-1 and a Honda Hornet in 2002.
After a excellent ride at the Plum Pudding (Click Here to see the extract from Bike Sport News).
Lee has chosen to race in both the Sound of Thunder Class - on the VTR 1000 SP1 and in the Honda Hornet Championship on a Hornet.
Ben is still undecided about his ride this year - he too may look at Hornet racing.
Provisional Dates up for 2002.
Lee is arranging to go to Spain testing early 2002
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Lee has a big crash at Devils Elbow, Mallory Park at the last race of the season!
Huge highside whilst leading, Lee brakes his hand and is beaten up pretty badly, but bike only cosmetically damaged.
Ben finally gets his long-awaited new bodywork for his bike - just in time for the end of the season!


Lee holds onto second place, by the skin of his teeth with a difficult final round at Cadwell Park.
Ben looks forward to 2002 season
Ben finishes a mixed championship taking the bike home from Cadwell in one piece (which makes a refreshing change!!)
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Lee sends an email (with tongue in cheek!) to Neil Tuxworth (Head man at Castrol Honda) asking to borrow Colin Edward's bike for the final round of the championship!!!
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Lee fights to hold onto 2nd.
Againist the odds (well wallets mainly) Lee gets a 3rd and a 5th to hold onto 2nd (just) in the championship.
Ben leaves early to be knight in shinning armour.
After some solid riding on Saturday, Ben has to depart back to Leamington to nurse his girlfriend.
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Ben sees the meeting through!
Ben's bike has finally been cured of its problems and Ben has a couple of storming rides at Snetterton.
Lee gets a Second Place!
But frustrated that he missed out on a win by 0.1 of a second (half a bike length) as he battled with mighty R1's on his underpowered Honda.
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(and nearly Lee too!)
Although spending some serious cash to get the bike sorted, Ben fails to finish morning practice.
Lee has bike problems in practice but (somehow) moves up to 2nd in the championship
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Lee Crashes at Anglesey
Over confidence in damp conditions results in Lee Crashing at the 'Fun' Meeting at Anglesey.
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Movies Online:
Yes - See the guys in action, MPEG footage of last meeting at Mallory Park & Track Day at Oulton Park.
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New race dates added:
To get some testing done for the Championship meeting at Snetterton, Lee has entered a club meeting with Derby Phoenix to get the SP1 set up.
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Lee sneaks into the Coventry Evening Telegraph Again!
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Team has first ride at Oulton Park
To prepare for both riders first visit to Oulton Park in the Championship in September, both riders attend a SpeedFreaks Track day at the circuit.
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Lee gets 3rd place in Championship Race:
After a dismal start to the day, Lee rides the SP1 to the edge to finish 3rd in the Sound of Thunder Championship race and strengthen his championship position.

Ben gets back on track:
With some VERY last minute work on the bike, Ben gets out and completes race two, but the bike is still not right.
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Lee has fun in the sun!
Lee entered a club meeting with Derby Phoenix at Mallory park on Sunday. With the main objective to get the SP1 set up for the next Championship meeting - which is at Mallory Park on the 5th of August.
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News From Ben:
The bike is on its way to full recovery and will be ready for the 5th of August.

New race dates added:
To get some testing done for the next Championship meeting at Mallory Park, Lee has entered a club meeting with Derby Phoenix to get the SP1 set up.
Both Ben and Lee are now also riding with Derby Phoenix at the Club's meeting at Anglesey - just for the hell of it!
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Ben's bike is still under reconstruction damage includes: Frame, Forks, Both Wheels, Yokes, Sub-Frame, Plastics, Both Pipes etc..etc...

On the Bright Side: Lee rides hard at the unfamiliar Pembrey Circuit to make his 3rd place in the championship stronger.
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Both riders crash at Cadwell, Ben worse than Lee, although luckily neither of the riders are hurt
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Getting ready for next meeting at Cadwell Park, Gary Smith of
St Albans Dyno
has done an excellent job on Lee's bike and found 10% (12bhp) extra power!!
Lee's hoping this will enable him to tag along with the slightly faster bikes in the class. Meanwhile Ben has actually managed to get an entry this time round!!
Damage limitation at Cadwell Park for Lee, while Ben fails to get an entry!

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Team Make Coventry Evening Telegraph again - Twice in 3 Weeks!
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Excellent start to the Championship!
What can we say! Read the race reports section.... Both myself and Ben had a great day at a very miserable mallory park at the first round of our championship.
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Poor Start to the Season
The EMRA meeting at Mallory Park on the 4th March was supposed to be a pre-championship shake-down for both riders and machines.
Due to Italian Incompetence - Ben's parts for his Ducati failed to arrive in time and Ben had to cancel.
Lee planned to set-up the SP1's new front and rear suspension on Wednesday Practice at Mallory Park. Unfortunately, although Lee still practiced, it was wet and even snowing on the day - hence dry set-up could not be tested. This had a disastrous effect on the Meeting on the 4th. The SP1 handeled like 'a rocking horse' and severally impacted Lee's results. Effort is being made to have these problems addressed for the 18/4/01 - Championship Round 1
Team Make Coventry Evening Telegraph inside back cover!
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Final prep is taking place for our first races of 2001 (Mallory Park 4/3/01). We are both racing with EMRA in the open races... so we'll just have to muscle in the the R1's and GSXR 1000's!!
We had photos taken on Saturday for the Coventry Evening Telegraph, with one of our new sponsors (Careys Nightclub). Copies of the images will be posted up as soon as we get hold of them!!


Few updates on the Site.
(Should be some more soon)!
Bloody Van has broken down already - even before the first meeting of the year!!

Still seeking more sponsorship!! (hint!).


A Successful Start/End to the season for the teams first outing:
2 Wins for Lee and 2 Seconds for Ben as the Team finishes 1-2 and 1-2 in the two Sound of Thunder Races at the Plum Pudding meeting at Mallory Park on Boxing Day.

It was a rush but the SP1 is just about ready to race. We've not done all the MODs that I wanted to do, but at least its rideable! Mentioned to Ben about race prep, his response was 'Humm.. better drag her out and see if she starts then!!'
Added photos of Ben. Will add his Rider Profile once I've shortened it from 10,000 words!! (Joke :) )
Been beavering away shorting out new sponsorship and getting the SP1 Ready...
Heh Heh!! First trophy for 3rd place in Novice Open at the Craig Mason Meeting.
Website beginning to take shape. We will be adding new stuff all the while!
On the Biking Front: I have started to make a concerted effort to put the SP1 straight after my little incident at Mallory in September. Gary Smith of St Albans Dyno is a Star!
Welcome to our new Website!
We have decided to pool our resources and enter the Sound Of Thunder series as a team in 2001.