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British Superstock challengers to renew Rivalry at the Adelaide Masters

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« on: April 01, 2014, 07:23:13 pm »

The growing importance of the Adelaide Masters Series dates on the Irish Motorcycle Racing calendar has encouraged three former British Superstock championship rivals to move their battle back home for 2014.

Athlone's Cody Nally and Ulster riders Marshall Neill and Gerard Kinghan will all be Kawasaki mounted as they line-up for the opening races of the season this weekend at Mondello Park.

The trio have concentrated their efforts on the UK in recent seasons but will now switch their emphasis to the Adelaide Insurance Services backed championship as the Motorcycle Insurance Specialists increase their support of the series.

Nally will continue with the Kawasaki ZX10 which he rode to his first Adelaide Masters victory at the final event of the 2013 season last October and having taken three National Championship wins already this season he will start as one of the favourites from the growing Superbike entry.

Nally will be joined by Marshall Neill, who was the second ever Adelaide Master Superbike championship winner, but has only raced sporadically in the series since taking the title back in 2011. The hard charging Portadown man has always been a contender when he has raced and famously came out on top of the closest battle yet seen in the series when he won the Grand Final at Bishopscourt in 2012. Neill will race his familiar Kawasaki and will be seen by his competitors as the benchmark and the man they will all want to beat.

The third defector from the BSB package, Gerard Kinghan, is also defecting from the BMW which he has ridden for a number of years to join the growing ranks of Kawasaki mounted riders. Kinghan will make the swap for his first full assault on the Adelaide Masters championship having previously only made guest appearances and is expected to be on the pace once he has familiarised himself with his new machine.

The new Adelaide Masters Series campaign gets under way on Saturday with round one, followed by rounds two and three and the Grand Final on Sunday. For further information on the series see www.adelaidemasters.ie, where you can follow the weekends progress on the Live Timing page. From Sunday morning all races will be screened LIVE! on Mondello.TV, while the Adelaide Masters facebook and twitter accounts will also be updated regularly over the weekend.
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