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2010 British Superbike Racing Photo Gallery

See 2010 British Superbike racing pictures in the 2010 British Superbike photo gallery.

the 2010 MSS Colchester Kawasaki Team of Simon Andrews and Gary Mason
The 2000 British Superbike Champion Neil Hodgson has returned after a ten-year break from the series to join Rob Mac Racing.
Relentless Suzuki's 2010 British Superbike Championship team
Tommy Hill took the victory during Race 1 - Brands Hatch 2010
James Ellison scored a 3-1 result at the 2010 opener for the Swan Honda squad - Brands Hatch 2010
Swan Honda's Stuart Easton had a great start in Race 1 at Thruxton. His lead didn't last long, however, and he ended the race just off the podium in fourth.
Despite tense pressure from his Austrailian rival Hill, Josh Brookes rode to victory in Race 2 at Thruxton.
Taking the lead from Brookes in the second to last lap of Race 1, Tommy Hill got his first victory and podium of the season.
Stuart Easton was able to pull off a win ahead of Tommy Hill at Round 3 of the 2010 British Superbike Championship.
Michael Laverty was able to make the pass on Tommy Hill during the opening lap at Round 3 of the 2010 BSB series.
Josh Brookes at Round 3 of the 2010 British Superbike Championship
With a 2-3 result at Round 3 of the 2010 BSB Championship Tommy Hill has extended his points lead.
Josh Brookes took a win in Race 2 at his first visit to Cadwell Park during Round 4 of the 2010 BSB series.
Brookes made some aggressive moves in Race 2 while he advanced to second-place at Cadwell Park.
Josh Brookes at Round 4 of the 2010 British Superbike Championship series at Cadwell Park.
Stuart Easton at Round 4 of the 2010 British Superbike Championship suffered a heavy crash in the first race at Cadwell Park.
Honda's Ryuichi Kiyonari wasn't abble to participate in Race 2 at Cadwell due to technical issues.
Ryuichi Kiyonari took a win in Race 1 at Cadwell Park when he was able to get around Suzuki's Michael Laverty on the final lap.
Ryuichi Kiyonari at Round 4 of the 2010 BSB Championship.
Podium for Race 2 at Round 4 of the 2010 BSB series at Cadwell Park.
Riyuichi Kiyonari celebrates his first double victory since 2007 - 2010 Mallory Park
Tommy Hill took second in Race 2 at Cadwell Park during Round 4 of the 2010 BSB series.
Suzuki's Michael Laverty took two podiums at Cadwell Park.
Kiyonari took the double at Mallory Park ahead of teammate Josh Brookes - Mallory Park
How bad was the weather at Knockhill for British Superbike? HM Plant Honda's Josh Brookes illustrates.
Just one of the four BSB starts at Knockhill for Round 6 of the British Superbike series. Three resulted in eventual red flags.
With his Race 1 podium, Honda's Josh Brookes moved into the points lead - Knockhill.
Ryuichi Kiyonari takes the front in British Superbike racing at Knockhill.
Stuart Easton: "We struggled again here this weekend at the points where we had to carry corner speed; the heavy braking sections were not a problem but I was losing out at the faster areas. Myself and James (Ellison) had a similar problem and it had been the case for most of the weekend and we tried a whole spectrum of things but it never quite worked. This is a real tough circuit but we have to regroup and see what we can do at Croft."
HM Plant Honda's Josh Brookes went 2-1 at Cadwell and is currently third in the championship behind Tommy Hill by just one point.
Tommy Hill is only one point ahead of Brookes in the championship as the series heads into its final three rounds.
Josh Brookes made the pass on Tommy Hill for the lead through the Hall Bends section, and shortly after the race was red flagged.
Ryuichi Kiyonari: "Race 1 wasn't a bad race for me; to finish on the podium was a good result after not getting a very good start. I had to get passed a couple of riders and this took time. Michael Rutter was difficult to pass and I got faster once I had a clear track, but the gap was too much to close on Josh and Tommy. I am going to try hard again in Race 2; I need a better start and then hopefully I can try and win."
Tommy Hill: "All in all I feel overjoyed. We get to leave here having effectively won the first part of the season and having beaten the HM Plant team in their own back yard - that's kind of a bonus. But now its crunch time and to be going into this vital part of the season with a joint points lead is a great position to be in."