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Podium for Rose & Moto-Breakers Yamaha at Cadwell Park

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After their stunning outing at Brands Hatch at the end of July the Moto-Breakers team had a mixed weekend at Cadwell Park in the Metzeler National Superstock 600 Championship. Jimmy Rose took another consistent podium place finish and finished in third place, his sixth podium of the season and he narrowed the gap in the Championship lead to just eight points.

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Podium for Rose & Moto-Breakers Yamaha at Cadwell Park

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After their stunning outing at Brands Hatch at the end of July the Moto-Breakers team had a mixed weekend at Cadwell Park in the Metzeler National Superstock 600 Championship. Jimmy Rose took another consistent podium place finish and finished in third place, his sixth podium of the season and he narrowed the gap in the Championship lead to just eight points.

 

The other two Moto- Breakers riders Jake Dixon and James Lodge were unfortunate with both crashing out of the scheduled 12-lap race, youngster Jake Dixon had a huge off over the Mountain section of the Cadwell Park circuit and crashed out of the lead sustaining a small fracture in his right wrist.

 

James Lodge also crashed out of the race on lap nine forcing the race to be red flagged; the ex-British 125 Champion suffered a broken collarbone. Both riders will receive treatment and it is likely Jake will be fit, but James might have to miss Donington in a couple of weeks' time.

 

Jake Dixon had been having a great weekend and secured pole position and looked strong all weekend at the technical Lincolnshire circuit. He got a fantastic start and he was battling hard with Lee Jackson for the lead, making a smooth pass on lap five for the lead he lost control of the Yamaha over the mountain crashing out heavily on lap seven.

 

Meanwhile Jimmy Rose was quietly working his way through the pack and having qualified in eighth place he had a bit of work to do from the third row. After a steady start he was lying in seventh after the opening lap and was soon making progress towards the front. He was eager for another podium place and despite not winning a race; he is comfortably sitting in second place in the Championship only eight points behind the leader Ben Burke.

 

James Lodge had been struggling throughout the weekend on the Moto-Breakers Yamaha and qualified in ninth place. He was eighth after lap one and made his way through to sixth place and a good points scoring position when he crashed on lap nine at Chris Curve, forcing the race to be stopped to allow the medics and marshals to deal with the situation.

 

Jimmy - "I'm really happy with the result today, I had a bad qualifying session and even though I wasn't far off in the times the Championship is that tight that it put me at a disadvantage on the grid and back on row three. I got a half decent start and know at this stage in the Championship points mean everything so I just have to keep plugging away and get the results I can. Obviously it would be nice to get the win but if I can't I have to try and get as many points as possible. I've narrowed to gap to the Championship lead and just hope I can continue for the remainder of the season."

 

Jake - "I'm fully gutted about the weekend it was all going so well and I had a really good pace all weekend and the Moto-Breakers Yamaha was working really well. I managed to put it altogether in qualifying and was feeling good going into the race. I had a bit of a moment there a few laps before but regained my thoughts and got my head down. I made a tidy pass on Lee and wanted to try and bridge a gap, it all went horribly wrong over the mountain and down I went. Of course I'm gutted but not I've just got to make sure I'm fully fit for Donington and move on from here and not dwell on it to much."

 

James - "Cadwell has always been a circuit that never seems to work in my favour and I really need to come here and break that duck. It's frustrating and now I'm suffering the consequences from it, I'm going to get my collarbone seen to this week and see if anything can be done on it to speed up the healing process. I'm gutted and will have a big effect on my Championship standings, hopefully I'll be back fully fit for Silverstone."

 

2012 National Superstock 600 Dates 

 

 

DATE

VENUE

 

 

7th - 9th September

Donington Park

28th - 30th September

Silverstone Circuit

12th - 14th October

Brands Hatch GP

 

 

 

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Pic of Jake Dixon crashing at the Mountain top - Pic by Dave Yeomans 

 

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Jimmy Rose 

 

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