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Press Release QLD round 3

 

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Allerton takes opening Superbike round win while Falzon sweeps Supersport class
For immediate release: 6 April 2014The opening round of the 2014 AirRoad Australian Superbike Championship provided some thrilling motorcycle racing action at Queensland Raceway today.

NextGen Motorsports Glenn Allerton won the opening round of the Australian Superbike Championship, after taking victory in Race 1 ahead of Crazy Dog Kawasaki’s Mike Jones and K&R Hydraulics Kawasaki’s Mathew Harding.

With a late thunderstorm drenching the circuit, the final Superbike race was abandoned due to the extreme weather conditions.

Allerton also took a clean sweep of the EVO Unlimited class but came under fire from a reinvigorated Phil Lovett, who set the fastest lap time of the final race.

Lovett diced with Allerton over the final laps, the veteran racer passing the BMW rider before being passed back on the final lap.

While disappointed that the final Superbike race was abandoned Allerton said he had enjoyed the weekend.

“It was disappointing that we couldn’t run the final Superbike race but there was just too much water on the track,” Allerton explained.

“I had really good weekend and we made a lot of gains. I am sure the spectators enjoyed it, as there was some great racing across all the classes.

“Now we need to keep the ball rolling as we prepare for Darwin. I am really looking forward to that event especially as we will race alongside V8 Supercars,” Allerton concluded.

Defending Australian Supersport Champion Daniel Falzon took a clean sweep of today’s Supersport races. The South Australian took a convincing win the opening encounter, but faced strong opposition from pole sitter Aiden Wagner and Callum Spriggs in Race 2.

The final 17-lap race, which was reduced to 15 laps after a red flag four laps in, also saw the start of the inclement weather that brought a premature end to the day.

“That final Supersport race was awesome, it was so close between myself, Aiden and Callum,” Falzon said.

“It started to get really windy out there which was upsetting the bike a bit and took me a little while to get a handle on.

“We came here to defend the title and we have come away with the lead so I couldn’t be happier it is exactly where we want to be,” Falzon added.

Queensland schoolgirl Tayla Relph provided the upset of the day, proving consistency is the key to the top step of the dais.

Relph, who finished the four Moto3/125 races third claimed the overall round win after Lachlan Kavney and Callum Barker both failed to finish races across the weekend.

Craig White stormed to victory in the combined Production /Formula 400 class but it was Western Australia’s Jessica Derrin who took the round win in the 250 Production class.

The next event sees the Australian Superbike and Supersport championships head to Darwin’s Hidden Valley on June 21-22.Top Ten Australian Superbike Championship Standings – Round 1 Queensland Raceway

1. Glenn ALLERTON (NSW) BMW, 262. Mike JONES (QLD) Kawasaki, 203. Mathew HARDING (NSW) Kawasaki, 184. Phil LOVETT (NSW) Kawasaki, 175. Ben NICOLSON (VIC) BMW, 166. Linden MAGEE (QLD) BMW, 157. Adam SENIOR (WA) Suzuki, 148. Josh CUMMING (QLD) Yamaha, 139. Mitch PAYNTER (QLD) Kawasaki, 1210. Romain ANFOSSO (QLD) Honda, 11

Top Ten Australian Supersport Championship Standings – Round 1 Queensland Raceway

1. Daniel FALZON (SA) Yamaha, 502. Aiden WAGNER (QLD) Yamaha, 413. Callum SPRIGGS (QLD) Yamaha, 364. Chris QUINN (NSW) Yamaha, 345. Brenton HYDE (NSW) Yamaha, 326. Kane BURNS (NSW) Suzuki, 287. Mitch LEVY (NSW) Yamaha, 278. Cam RUSSELL (VIC) Yamaha, 249. Anthony QUINN (NSW) Yamaha, 2410. Callum ALDERSON (VIC)Yamaha, 22

Top Ten EVO Unlimited Championship Standings – Round 1 Queensland Raceway

1. Glenn ALLERTON (NSW) BMW, 1012. Phil LOVETT (NSW) Kawasaki, 783. Mathew HARDING (NSW) Kawasaki, 744. Ben NICOLSON (VIC) BMW, 685. Michael McMILLAN (QLD) Aprilia, 646. Michael JEFFERY (NSW) Yamaha, 537. Richard ELLIS (VIC) BMW, 488. Jason IVLOVIC (SA) Suzuki, 469. Murray CLARK (QLD) Suzuki, 4510. Chris PERINI (NSW) Ducati, 43

Australian Moto 3/125 Championship Standings- Round 1 Queensland Raceway

1. Tayla RELPH (QLD) Honda, 722. Lachlan KAVNEY (QLD) Honda,713. Callum BARKER (QLD) Honda, 704. Ted COLLINS (VIC) Honda, 685. Benjamin LEONARD (QLD) Moriwaki, 616. Sarah FAIRBROTHER (QLD) Moriwaki, 607. Mitch KAVNEY (NSW) Honda, 598. Matt BARTON (VIC) 40

Images courtesy of Andrew Gosling/TBG Sport

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Glenn Allerton leads the Australian Superbike Championship with a clean sweep at the opening round

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Daniel Falzon won the opening round of the Australian Supersport Championship ahead of Aiden Wagner and Callum Spriggs

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Glenn Allerton won the EVO Unlimited class ahead of Phil Lovett and Mathew Harding

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Australian Superbike and Supersport riders led spectators on a lap of Queensland Raceway in support of Danny Green’s Cowards Punch campaign

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New livery revealed for Glenn Allerton’s BMW WSBK Challenger


Toby Lynch

POSTED: 31 Jul 2013 | SECTION: WSBK News | POSTED BY:Toby Lynch

Next Gen has uncovered a new fluro green and black livery for Glenn Allerton's BMW.

Next Gen has uncovered a new fluro green and black livery for Glenn Allerton’s BMW.

Next Gen Motorsports have revealed a standout new look for Glenn Allerton’s BMW challenger that will take on round 12 of the World Superbike Championship at Laguna Seca on 27-29 September.

The Superbike is dressed in matte black and features lashings of fluro green to match the corporate identity of its primary backer for the exercise, Zoom Recrcuitment.

Aside from a cosmetic makeover, the bike has re-built with a host of new parts and lightened through a generous application of carbon fibre.

Next Gen crew chief Shane Kinderis has invested countless hours of effort to build the bike to WSBK-spec in readiness for freight to the United States next Monday.

Allerton said he was particularly pleased with the result and looked forward to rolling the bike out on track in late September.

“The guys have put in a lot of work and come up with a design that I think looks awesome,” said Allerton. “Nathan from Zoom Recruitment has had a lot of input into this project and the fluro green and black – Zoom’s corporate colours – look great on the BMW.

“There’s no question it looks good, now it’s up to me to do the business!”

Allerton said the bike was near completion and only had a new gearbox to be fitted once it arrived at its American destination.

“Most of the things we needed have come together,” he said. “We’ve got a kit radiator now, and we’re just waiting on the kit gearbox which will be fitted in America.

“There’s a lot more carbon on the bike, including a carbon subframe. The bike’s a lot lighter, and has a lot more horsepower.

“I’m really looking forward to getting over there to what will be a pretty even playing-field. I raced there last year in the AMA and not a lot of the World guys will have raced the track, which is an advantage.”

Allerton and the Next Gen Motorsports’ team’s immediate focus is this week’s fourth and fifth rounds of the Australian Superbike Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park, where they’re aiming to defend a current points lead from Team Suzuki’s Wayne Maxwell.

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New livery revealed for Allerton’s BMW WSBK challenger //

Next Gen has uncovered a new fluro green and black livery for Glenn Allerton's BMW.

Next Gen has uncovered a new fluro green and black livery for Glenn Allerton’s BMW.

Next Gen Motorsports have revealed a standout new look for Glenn Allerton’s BMW challenger that will take on round 12 of the World Superbike Championship at Laguna Seca on 27-29 September.

The Superbike is dressed in matte black and features lashings of fluro green to match the corporate identity of its primary backer for the exercise, Zoom Recrcuitment.

Aside from a cosmetic makeover, the bike has re-built with a host of new parts and lightened through a generous application of carbon fibre.

Next Gen crew chief Shane Kinderis has invested countless hours of effort to build the bike to WSBK-spec in readiness for freight to the United States next Monday.

Allerton said he was particularly pleased with the result and looked forward to rolling the bike out on track in late September.

“The guys have put in a lot of work and come up with a design that I think looks awesome,” said Allerton. “Nathan from Zoom Recruitment has had a lot of input into this project and the fluro green and black – Zoom’s corporate colours – look great on the BMW.

“There’s no question it looks good, now it’s up to me to do the business!”

Allerton said the bike was near completion and only had a new gearbox to be fitted once it arrived at its American destination.

“Most of the things we needed have come together,” he said. “We’ve got a kit radiator now, and we’re just waiting on the kit gearbox which will be fitted in America.

“There’s a lot more carbon on the bike, including a carbon subframe. The bike’s a lot lighter, and has a lot more horsepower.

“I’m really looking forward to getting over there to what will be a pretty even playing-field. I raced there last year in the AMA and not a lot of the World guys will have raced the track, which is an advantage.”

Allerton and the Next Gen Motorsports’ team’s immediate focus is this week’s fourth and fifth rounds of the Australian Superbike Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park, where they’re aiming to defend a current points lead from Team Suzuki’s Wayne Maxwell.

- See more at: http://www.cycleonline.com.au/2013/07/31/new-livery-revealed-for-allertons-bmw-wsbk-challenger/#sthash.3P7DPwux.dpuf

Glenn Allerton in the News July 2013

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