British Superbike: BeerMonster Ducati Seeking More Wins At Donington Park

British Superbike: BeerMonster Ducati Seeking More Wins At Donington Park

© 2023, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By BeerMonster Ducati:

Destination Donington for BSB Series Leaders BeerMonster Ducati 

Round three of the Bennetts British Superbike Championship takes place at Donington Park this forthcoming weekend with the BeerMonster Ducati team looking to consolidate their place at the head of the title race.

Leading the series for Paul Bird’s Lake District based eight-times BSB champions is Glenn Irwin following a victory at both Silverstone and Oulton Park. As a result, he enjoys a slender four-point advantage over teammate Tommy Bridewell, who is tied in second place with Josh Brookes, ahead of the three races on the GP circuit configuration.

Irwin, from Ballyclare in County Antrim, is fresh from a pair of wins in the Superbike races at the International North West 200 last week aboard the factory supported BeerMonster Ducati F23 so will be looking to continue that form at the track he’s scored three podiums at in recent years, including last season.

Meanwhile, Bridewell, from Devizes in Wiltshire, was in awesome form at the previous round at Oulton Park where he got his first victory of the season and added that to his four other podiums in 2023, so he will be aiming to close the gap to Irwin as he has four podiums at Donington GP to his name.

Glenn Irwin: “We arrive at Donington Park with the plan to continue the good early season form and my confidence is sky high after the two wins at the NW200. That’s that box ticked and now I aim to take this good feeling and maintain my challenge at the front for the rest of the season. The track has been resurfaced over winter so it’s difficult to make any predictions, but I’m confident that we have a great set up and the atmosphere in the team is brilliant so I can’t wait to get cracking.”


Tommy Bridewell (46). Photo courtesy BeerMonster Ducati.
Tommy Bridewell (46). Photo courtesy BeerMonster Ducati.


Tommy Bridewell: “I’m looking forward to going racing again this weekend and to try to build on the early season momentum. I’ve enjoyed some really strong results at Donington Park over the years so it will be interesting to see how we get on but I’m confident as we have a great package all round and the team and me are working very well. The target is to get another set of solid results again this weekend and as long as I’m fighting for the race wins in all three races, I’ll be happy.”

John Mowatt, Team Co-Ordinator: “We’ve had a dream start to the season what with the three wins in the opening two BSB rounds and then the double at the NW200, so the plan is simple and that’s to keep the momentum flowing. Both Glenn and Tommy are in a good place and the general atmosphere in the garage is one of positivity, which perhaps has been missing in the recent past. As long as we are challenging for race wins and podiums, that’s all we can ask so hopefully we can keep this run of success going at Donington Park.”

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