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Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott has successfully claimed the privateer title for the 2013 Australian Superbike Championship at the final round at Phillip Island, despite a string of setbacks across the weekend, Scott fought through to take the series win by just nine points.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott is in the hunt to secure the privateer title in the Australian Superbike Championship this weekend at Victoria’s Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, though the team haven’t been short of setbacks on track and off in the break since the last round in Darwin.
Glenn Scott has defied the odds and delivered a top ten outright result in the final race of the weekend at the sixth round of the Australian Superbike Championship at Hidden Valley Raceway with sportsmanship highlighting the final day in the top end.
Glenn Scott has experienced track temperatures in excess of 50 degrees and air temperatures of 33 degrees as the sixth round of the Australian Superbike Championship kicked off at Hidden Valley Raceway in Darwin with Scott topping the privateer’s rankings.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott will endure the hottest weather on the Australian Superbike Championship calendar this weekend as the series heads to the top end at Darwin’s Hidden Valley raceway, as Glenn looks to back up from his blistering performance last time out at Sydney Motorsport Park.
Glenn Scott has taken a top five finish in round four of the Australian Superbike Championship at Sydney Motorsport as the double header event winds towards the business end, Glenn will now divert his focus to race one and two for round five tomorrow where he will start from sixth.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott has completed a successful day at a sun soaked Sydney Motorsport Park as the double header for the Australian Superbike Championship got underway with practice and qualifying for Saturday’s race events.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott has completed a superb final two races of the Australian Superbike Championship double header by recording a third place and podium position for the first time in his Superbike career. The privateer championship leader then went on to score sixth place in the final race to wrap-up what has been a tremendously progressive weekend in all areas.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott will look to use a home track advantage next weekend at Sydney Motorsport Park as a chance to stamp his authority on the ultra-competitive Australian Superbike Championship, a series he currently leads the Privateers rankings in
Glenn Scott has recorded a positive test in the lead up to the next round of the Australian Superbike Championship, which will be run as a two round event over four days at Glenn’s home track, Sydney Motorsport Park.
Team InsureMyRide Racing’s Glenn Scott has claimed the lead in the privateer Championship for the Australian Superbike Championship after another confidence boosting performance in Queensland at the latest round of the series, with a home round coming up, Glenn has some big goals in his sights.
“Scott records top ten qualifying performance at Symmons Plains”
Central Coast’s Glenn Scott has made numerous advances in the opening day of the 2013 Australian Superbike Championship at Symmons Plains Raceway, with the Team InsureMyRide Racing Honda set to move up the field in superpole in the morning ahead of the first race of the weekend tomorrow afternoon.
Phillip Island was the host of Round 1 of the Australian Superbike Championship and my debut in the superbike class with team InsureMyRide racing.
InsureMyRide has further increased its commitment to motorcycle racing with the announcement of the new ‘InsureMyRide Racing’ team, as part of the 2013 Australian Superbike (ASBK) series - which kicks off at Phillip Island on February 22 -24.
The InsureMyRide sponsored team Glenn Scott Racing/YRD take 3rd at the last round of the 2012 Australian Superbike Championship and a very close 4th overall position for the Australian Supersport Championship.
Mitchell Carr on board his AARK Racing InsureMyRide Triumph Daytona 675 R has won the Australian Motul Supersport series at Queensland Raceway this past weekend.
Difficult weekend for the InsureMyRide sponsored rider Glenn Scott.
4th overall for Glenn Scott Racing/YRD was a solid effort after the bad luck suffered throughout the weekend at Phillip Island.
With one round to go in the competition, the InsureMyRide Aark Racing Triumph team’s lead had been cut to half a point. Given the closeness of the championship Andy went to view the photo finish of the final race, but unfortunately there was no photo, the first race of the series where a photo of the finish was not available.
The Aark Racing InsureMyRide Triumph team is competing in the Formula Oz class, which consists of suberbike and supersport class machines.
The InsureMyRide Aark Racing team transporter arrived at the track from Melbourne at 4:30 pm on Thursday afternoon. The first task was to unload the truck, which was achieved before the track closed at 6pm.
Crazy weather conditions at Queensland Raceway on the weekend set the scene for some exciting racing. The rain came pouring down during Friday practice. I had never ridden the Yamaha R6 nor QLD raceway in the rain before. I was eager to turn some laps of the circuit and get a feel for the bike in the wet.