Christian Iddon is upbeat following the UK race debut of his TYCO BMW S1000RR, despite limited testing ahead of the opening round of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship at Silverstone.
TYCO BMW rider Christian Iddon rounded out the 2018 Bennetts British Superbike Championship season with a fifth and fourth place at Brands Hatch, in Kent. Iddon, from Stockport, ran well throughout free practice for the 2018 finale, but a crash in qualifying, further damaging a broken collarbone suffered at Silverstone five weeks ago, left on the back foot, down in eighteenth place on the grid, and in far from peak physical condition.
Christian Iddon , from Stockport, scored a brace of top-tens, as the Bennetts British Superbike Championship made it’s annual pilgrimage to Assen in Holland.
Nursing a broken collarbone from his accident at Silverstone three weeks ago, it was tough going for the former World Superbike racer, and a technical problem in free practice two was a blessing in disguise.
Bennetts British Superbike rider Christian Iddon claimed a brace of top-ten finishes, as he returned to duty for the first time since breaking bones in his hand during a fall at Oulton Park six weeks ago. The TYCO BMW racer claiming ninth and eighth place respectively in the series’ two outings at Snetterton in Norfolk.