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HM Racing Tim Cripps and Rob McNealy shine at Brands 2011

Tim Cripps and Rob McNealy started the season in fantastic form at Brands Hatch at the weekend winning three races between them. Former schoolboy motocross rider Tim Cripps 47, in his first ever road race, and therefore competing in the Rookie class, rode to a steady 4th in his first race, won the second and followed up on Sunday with two solid second places. Most impressively he recorded a fastest lap of 51.242s.Tim rode a BMW S1000R and uses HM Racing for dyno and suspension services and runs a HM Quickshifter and an STM slipper clutch.

Rob McNealy continued the progress he showed in 2010, his first season, moving up to being a genuine contender in the Superstock and Powerbike classes. Rob won two Superstock 1000 races and recorded 2 third places and a fourth in the Powerbikes, leading them all at one point. Rob’s fastest lap was 49.5s. Rob’s Powerbike GSXR1000, sponsored by McNealy-Brown runs an STM slipper clutch and HM Quickshifter and uses HM Racing for engine, dyno and suspension services for both classes.

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HM Racing Rob McNealy finishes second in Bemsee Clubman 1000

Supermoto’s Rob McNealy switched to tarmac this year and finished 2nd in the Bemsee Clubman 1000 Championship aboard his McNealy Brown Suzuki GSXR1000. Rob uses HM Racing for engine, dyno and suspension services along with STM slipper clutches and HM Quickshifters. Well done this year Rob, we are already preparing next year’s bike!

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HM Racing Josh Day wraps up Metzeler National Superstock 600 title

Josh Day clinched the championship at the final round at Oulton Park on 10 October 2010. Air Racing uses HM Racing for engine and dyno services. HM Racing would to congratulate Josh and everyone at Air Racing on a great season’s racing.

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HM Racing Josh Day leads BSB 600ss series 2010

Josh Day won at Knockhill at the weekend to take the series lead on his AIR Yamaha. Josh won the wet race by over 8 seconds in fact he had a 10 second lead after 3 laps! He now leads the BRITISH SUPERSTOCK 600 Championship by 14 points. AIR Yamaha use HM Racing for engine, dyno and race preparation services.

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HM Racing Four wins for Mark Lister 2010

Mark Lister scored four wins from four starts at Cadwell Park at the weekend on his HM Racing prepared Ducati 748R. Mark now leads the BEMSEE Thunderbike series by one point from Steve Jordan. Mark was as usual supported by Chaz Dudley who sponsors Mark with his Desmoduo ride. HM Racing provide suspension, fuel injection setup, dyno and race preparation services to Team Lister Courier Services.

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HM Racing Rob McNealy flies at Lydden 2009

Rob McNealy had a fantastic weekend at Lydden, finishing fifth overall in the ‘Lord of Lydden’ event on his Supermoto bike! Giving away well over a hundred b.h.p. to the opposition, Rob rode his Husky Sport / McNealy Brown 530cc Husqvarna in spectacular style to record a fine third and two second places in the Thunderbike class to compliment his fine ‘Lord of Lydden’ result.

Rob was able to exploit the poor weather conditions using his Supermoto experience to make up for the fact he was riding a bike almost half the capacity, producing a third of the power of some of his competitors. Probably the most impressive statistic of the day was the fact that during the final leg of the Lord of Lydden, Rob’s best lap time of 47.69s was only 1.08s slower than Steve Mercer’s 46.507!

Steve Smith of HM Racing said “It has taken a long time to develop the 530 Husky that we have done in conjunction with Vaughn and Rob. The bike started life as a carburated 450, that we have converted to fuel injection along with the capacity increase to 530cc and an offset cylinder. 2009 has been a frustrating year for Rob, with reliability issues costing him results in Supermoto. We appreciate Team McNealy’s perseverance and are pleased to see the bike perform to the level we were targeting.”

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HM Racing Joe Carnell Wins First Road Race

Joe the son of HM Racing Dave Carnell, rode Vaughan McNealy’s Husky 450 moto to victory at Rockingham on the 17 October 2009. Joe rode superbly to record three wins from four starts. This was only Joe’s second road race meeting since switching from Supermoto racing. The Husqvarna 450 was built by HM Racing for Vaughan’s son Rob to compete in the Thundersport GB championship. After the meeting Joe said “ I’d like to thank Vern for the use of the bike, and my dad and my mechanic Mickey for all their help” Joe hopes to gain his Clubman racing licence as quickly as possible in order to compete in the 2010 Bemsee Mini Twins Championship, aged just fifteen.

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HM Racing Ashley Barber 2008 Belgium Supermoto Champion!

Ashley scored two wins and a fourth place at Namur to become the National Champion of Belgium, aboard his HMR tuned RMZ450. He is the first Englishman to achieve this.

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HM Racing Ashley Barber wins in Florennes 2008

A superb win at Florennes lifts Ashley to 2nd in the Belgium championship. Ashley uses HM Racing for Engine, dyno, fuel injection services and STM slipper clutches.

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HM Racing Dominate at Lydd 2007

Report by Husky Sport Team Manager Vaughan McNealy HM Racing tuned riders Rob McNealy (Husky Sport Husqvarna) and George Clements (TRM Honda) occupied the top two podium steps in the expert class at the latest round of the Southern Supermoto Championships held at Lydd Raceway over the weekend.

With George taking two wins on Saturday and Rob three wins on Sunday, a clean HM Racing sweep was only prevented by Rob picking up a puncture with a lap to go whilst leading race one on Saturday. (HM Racing don’t do tires but if they did we probably wouldn’t get punctures!).

With George and Rob currently placed 4th and 6th respectively in the British Supermoto 450 Championship with one round remaining and confirmation that for the second year running George has been selected to represent Great Britain in the under 21 Supermoto des Nations team, HM Racing are still providing continued success within Supermoto for engine, suspension and dyno services, along with STM clutches and HMiis products.

Rob Mac winning at Lydd, and below his entry in the Graham Noyce look-alike competition!