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Next Generation Racing plans ahead for the Main Event

Having lost out on the FIM-E Junior Drag Bike Cup in 2023 in the trophy shootout at the Euro Finals last September, Hollie King will be looking to take back the trophy she won the previous year with the very stylish 400cc Suzuki she debuted last season. She’ll also have support from her younger brother Jaxon who has already drawn a fan club thanks to his crowd pleasing performances in Germany last year.

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Morrison Racing updates and expands

The no-bar Super Street Bike class promises to be a barnstorming in 2024 with new and returning entries to the FIM-E championship series and the increasing agglomeration of ‘super’ teams very much in evidence. One of these includes current champion Alan Morrison Jnr aiming at a repeat this season.

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Speedy Racing gets stronger and lighter

Dominating the class and aiming for a fifth championship in a row, one of the prominent questions posed as we head into 2024 is can anyone stop the Danish team of Marcus Christiansen and his father Claus ‘Speedy’? Winter upgrades to the bike are, as one might expect as Marcus outlines below.

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Rapid Rikard Gustafsson seeks improvement

Current FIM-E Top Fuel Bike champions, Rikard Gustafsson and the RG Engineering team haven’t been resting on their laurels during the ‘off’ season. The Swede started off 2023 running PBs of 5.742s and 260.65mph [FIM-E speed record] and are looking to push further this year.

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Team Brothers planning ahead

A bit of a wet and interrupted start to the 2024 season hasn’t left the Team Brothers quartet downhearted, far from it. With testing opportunities presented by the UK National rounds at Santa Pod Raceway, the Hungaro-Franco-Dutch collective have managed to get some early season running in ahead of the FIM-E Main Event at the end of May.

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Brad Head slims down and steps up

A new entrant for 2024 in the FIM-E Super Street Bike field is the UK’s Brad Head. The Basingstoke resident has previous at international meetings, having taken the NitrOlympX Super Comp Bike trophy in 2023, but will now be looking to step up as JKE Race Works team mate to Jake Mecheall.

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