The Gimoto riders had a steady weekend at round 11 of the British Superbike Championship at Silverstone Circuit. Between them they secured three podiums over the race weekend.
Gimoto wearer Gary Mason on the MSS Kawasaki continued to improve on his form on the new bike the team will run next year with the new rules and secured a solid 14th place in both races and will be hoping to continue move forwards at the final round at Brands Hatch.
As he went into the weekend Ben Wilson had a healthy 36 point lead in the British Supersport Championship but as with racing anything can happen and a crash in race one and mechanical problem in race two he sadly left Silverstone lying in second place in the Championship. It is all still to play for at Brands Hatch with three races and 75 points up for grabs.
Glenn Irwin is riding extremely well with his new CN Racing team and was locked in a fantastic battle with Stock 600 Champion Keith Farmer and despite his best efforts Keith took the lead on the final lap. Glenn rode extremely hard to fight back but had to settle for second place.