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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!
2007 So Far has been a bit of a mixed affair so far. We started the season off with an overall win at the SSM opener, qualified for the British Championship S2 Class at 3 Sisters but finished Rd 1 with a disappointing 8th Overall and then went out to Italy for a weeks testing and to get the HM Racing powered Honda really dialed in.We equaled Max Biaggi’s Supermoto lap record at Latina circuit before the thunderstorm set in and then showed the Italians how to ride Latina in the wet!
We returned with confidence for R2 in the British at Lydd but my health took a turn for the worse with what was a 5-6 week period of hell with a Glandular fever type illness. I managed to end this meeting 9th overall.This illness played havoc with my fitness but I continued to plug away with another 1st place overall at SSM Bordon and a consistent 6th overall in the British R3 Lydden Hill.
A mid season engine tune up by Steve and Suspension service by Perry saw results improve at British R4 Teeside with my Honda finishing 5th overall and now top Japanese bike in the Championship. On to 3 Sisters British R5 and my confidence had been fully restored with consistent finishes pushing for a podium position and ending up 4th overall. This moves me up to 4th overall in the British Championship S2 class and the top Japanese manufactured bike. This weekend was a run out at SSM Lydden Hill and the HM Racing powered Honda went from row 5 to 5th place in half a lap and into 2nd place by lap 5.
My usual SSM 1st place overall was relinquished after a year to Christian Iddon on the factory Aprillia which wasn’t too shabby but I intend on taking my 1st place trophy back at Lydd in 2 weeks time.
All in all, my season is getting better and better and I am expecting to claim my place in the Supermoto Des Nations Under 21 squad which takes place in Italy at the end of September and end the season at Mettet in October.
Many thanks to my sponsors and the HM team for their engine & suspension work and the IIS for the lightening starts and off road grip”.
George Clements TRM Honda CRF450.
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George uses HM Racing for engine tuning, suspension tuning, dyno services, HMiis ignition systems and STM slipper clutches! Phew! George Clements continued an excellent 2006 season with three wins at Lydden Southern Supermoto. In this series he has now won six rounds, three maximums, with seventeen race wins out of twenty-four.
In the MRO series George is currently sixth in the SM2 Championship and eighth in the Supermotard Championship. At Ingliston showground Scotland, George qualified on pole and tied for third place overall with Zamitt, who only got the podium place due to his better last race position. Next round is at Pembrey, George is the first placed 450 Honda in the open class biased Supermotard Championship and 2nd Honda in SM2. George is looking to take 5th place overall in the SM2 championship at this round and claim his first major podium.
The ACU/AMCA British Championship sees George in tenth place in the SM2 class, having competed in only three rounds. Last round at Teeside George finished 4th just one point away from a podium place.
George Clements scored 3 wins in the Southern Supermoto Expert Class at Llandow. He leads the series from Darren Lee. Both riders use HMR for engine, dyno and suspension services.
George Clemments and Rob McNealy had a superb start to the season with an overall 1-2 at Lydd on Sunday. They both use HM Racing for engine tuning, dyno set up, suspension tuning, STM slipper clutches, HMiis ignition systems and HMiis quickshifters. George rides for the TRM team aboard a CRF450 Honda. This was George’s first full meeting on his HM Racing tuned bike. He recorded 2 wins and a third place for the overall win.
Rob McNealy rides for the Husky Sport team and is supported by McNealy Brown. Rob had 3 second places for 2nd overall.