Josh Brookes (no.2) and Alastair Seeley (no.34) - Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

Josh Brookes (no.2) and Alastair Seeley (no.34) - Photo Credit: Suzuki Racing

 

Josh Brookes is aiming to continue his impressive start to the 2012 British Superbike Championship at the Snetterton 300 circuit this weekend. The Tyco Suzuki rider is second in the standings, just six points behind Tommy Hill, and can strengthen his showdown position by adding to his four podium finishes achieved so far this year/

“I like the high-speed nature of the Snetterton track and at the minute I'm feeling very relaxed and confident both in myself, my team and the new GSX-R1000. We've started the season well and are close to the front of the championship, which is where we need to be. I love the track and had a double here in 2010 before they changed the layout, but I was on the podium last year. That's exactly where I aim to be again this weekend.”

After three victories at the North West 200 last weekend, Alastair Seeley is looking forward to resuming his BSB campaign. Currently lying sixth, the Northern Irishman holds the last showdown place heading into Snetterton and knows he needs to score heavily to maintain it.

“I really enjoy the Snetterton 300 circuit layout and had a near perfect weekend last year on the team's GSX-R600 machine. Now we're back in the Superbike class I will be looking for solid points to keep my place in the top six and will also be pushing for a podium place or two. I'm feeling confident after the NW200, so hopefully that will be a good thing and give me some momentum going into this weekend.”

Team Manager Philip Neill hopes to see his rider begin a big fortnight with a successful weekend ahead of the upcoming Isle of Man TT.

“We're back to the day job so to speak after a successful week at the North West 200, both for our sponsors and also for Suzuki, putting GSX-R machinery on six podiums. Josh and Alastair are in good form and both men seem to like the nature of the high-speed Snetterton 300 layout. We're edging ever closer to that cut off point in the championship, so another solid weekend is what we're after before we go road racing again for the next fortnight in the Isle of Man.”

Josh Brookes is aiming to continue his impressive start to the 2012 British Superbike Championship at the Snetterton 300 circuit this weekend. The Tyco Suzuki rider is second in the standings, just six points behind Tommy Hill, and can strengthen his showdown position by adding to his four podium finishes achieved so far this year/

“I like the high-speed nature of the Snetterton track and at the minute I'm feeling very relaxed and confident both in myself, my team and the new GSX-R1000. We've started the season well and are close to the front of the championship, which is where we need to be. I love the track and had a double here in 2010 before they changed the layout, but I was on the podium last year. That's exactly where I aim to be again this weekend.”

After three victories at the North West 200 last weekend, Alastair Seeley is looking forward to resuming his BSB campaign. Currently lying sixth, the Northern Irishman holds the last showdown place heading into Snetterton and knows he needs to score heavily to maintain it.

“I really enjoy the Snetterton 300 circuit layout and had a near perfect weekend last year on the team's GSX-R600 machine. Now we're back in the Superbike class I will be looking for solid points to keep my place in the top six and will also be pushing for a podium place or two. I'm feeling confident after the NW200, so hopefully that will be a good thing and give me some momentum going into this weekend.”

Team Manager Philip Neill hopes to see his rider begin a big fortnight with a successful weekend ahead of the upcoming Isle of Man TT.

“We're back to the day job so to speak after a successful week at the North West 200, both for our sponsors and also for Suzuki, putting GSX-R machinery on six podiums. Josh and Alastair are in good form and both men seem to like the nature of the high-speed Snetterton 300 layout. We're edging ever closer to that cut off point in the championship, so another solid weekend is what we're after before we go road racing again for the next fortnight in the Isle of Man.”