October 16, 2016

Mixed fortunes for Haslam in final round

JG Speedfit Kawasaki's Leon Haslam endured a first crash crash on Saturday before taking fifth and fourth places in Sunday's two races of the final round of the MCE British Superbike Championship at Brands Hatch in Kent.

 

“This year has really been one highs and lows," refelcted Haslam. "We’ve had some issues but we’ve also had some fantastic races and I really want to thank the whole JG Speedfit Kawasaki team.

"This last round here at Brands has been really hard and we’ve had some issues but I’ve learnt a lot and know what to do next year.

"Generally, looking back on the year I’m really happy and all three of us in the team have worked brilliantly together.

"Unfortunately, I did all my crashing in the showdown but we’ve still scored the same amount of wins as Shakey, achieved more podiums and scored more points overall so I’m happy with that. It’s fired me up and I can’t wait for next year.”

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