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Hardman Harris ready to rock

Author: Honda Racing.co.uk Press Release
Posted on: Thursday, Apr 28 2005



The 2.692-mile Cheshire circuit is one of the 25-year-olds favourites on the BSB calendar. The Yorkshireman secured two Supersport victories there last year. Having improved the set-up of the BLD/Dunlop backed CBR1000RR Fireblade over the past three events, he is aiming for two strong points-scoring finishes this weekend.

Harris tough training regime of boxing and motocross riding has clearly stood him in good stead to bounce back from injury. Following a high-speed crash in race one, he was back on track for race two at Mallory Park last weekend. The Sheffield star is determined to be fully race fit for round four. His aim is to further prove the potential that he has already shown in the worlds leading domestic series.

Karl Harris: My ankle is sore and stiff at the moment after the incident at Mallory, but I started physio on it today and Im confident that will improve it and help me to be 100 per cent fit for Oulton Park. Its one of my favourite circuits so Im looking forward to the weekend. I think that the team made another step forward at Mallory Park, so Im looking forward to having a bit of fun in the next two races.


Oulton Park vital statistics



Circuit length: 2.692 miles

Superbike lap record: 1:37.200 (S. Emmett)

Round 4 3 May 2004
BSB race one winner: 1. Y. Kagayama; 2. J. Reynolds; 3. M. Rutter

BSB race two winner: 1. Y. Kagayama; 2. J. Reynolds; 3. M. Rutter



Round 12 12 September 2004

BSB race one winner: 1. J. Reynolds; 2. M. Rutter; 3. Y. Kagayama;

BSB race two winner: 1. J. Reynolds; 2. M. Rutter; 3. Y. Kagayama;

2004 BSB race two result: 1. S. Smart; 2. J. Reynolds; 3. R. Kiyonari



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