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2011 British Superbike Racing Photo Gallery

See 2011 British Superbike racing pictures in the 2010 British Superbike photo gallery.

Hopkins' usual post-race celebration - a stand-up wheelie.
Hoppers win at Oulton Park was the first victory for the American in 11 years.
American John Hopkins is making history in the British Superbike Championship.
John Hopkins took the double in the first round of the season-ending Showdown at Donington Park.
At Donington Hopkins was aided in his title hopes by teammate Jon Kirkham, who nabbed third and valuable points away from rival Shane Byrne (who finished eighth).
Swan Yamaha's Tommy Hill made up for some difficult past few years by winning the final race of 2011 to claim the championship.
John Hopkins: "Well, I don't feel great obviously, but I don't feel completely empty either. This has been a great season, I gave it everything I had but it just wasn't to be. So hats off to Tommy for taking the title."
John Hopkins (#21) and Tommy Hill (#7) exchanged the lead a total of six times during the final lap of the championship.
John Hopkins prepares for the Brands Hatch British superbike finale that will decide the championship.
"Everyone wanted a Showdown and that is what we have given them. It really was make or break time and I knew I had to do everything possible to beat Hopper."
"It has just been a complete shock for me and I feel like we should be having another race next weekend now! It wasn't until the other riders started congratulating me that I even realized I had won, as it was so close between myself and Hopper. It has been a long, hard season and it came down to that one race."
John Hopkins (#21) and Tommy Hill (#7) exchanged the lead a total of six times during the final lap of the championship.
The moves were getting more and more desperate as the lap wore on and passing opportunities diminished. The gladiators breaking into the amphitheater of the Indy circuit side by side, Hopper diving for the inside.
Hopper's suffered some electrical issues in Race 2 at Brands Hatch but managed to get his Suzuki fired up again and sliced his way from dead last back to finish 12th.