Magic Bullet® Racing is the Motorsport brand of Magic Bullet® fuel treatment and
the newest team on the grid.
From a standing start Magic Bullet® Racing launched directly into the 2010 British
Superbike Championship in the new Evo class and Superstock 1000 and 600. From small
acorns grow mighty English oaks, but forget the poetic tosh. The team is fiercely
competitive and would trade their mothers for a half-second advantage.
Magic Bullet® Racing are out to win and entertain recognising that talented young
riders who risk their necks for a moment of glory and the smell of the pit lane,
provide us mere mortals with some of the most exciting entertainment on the planet.
This season expect more tears, laughter and expletives in the paddock. You only live
once. Do it at speed. Celebrate it with Magic Bullet® Racing.
Timothy Elwood was in top form last weekend on the Kirkistown Racing Circuit. The
17-year-old from Lisburn, the youngest member of the racing Elwood family, came good
when his Ironside Trophies Yamaha went like clockwork as he powered to fourth place
in qualifying and then first place in both the 600cc Supersport races. He also had
the fastest lap in both races and won them both with a little to spare.
Timothy joined Ironside Trophies earlier this season and together with his other
major sponsor Magic Bullet he has one of the best turned out machines in the paddock.
Nikki Coates had a great weekend at Knockhill winning 2 races. Back on form and raring
to go. Just needed some time on the track and a power overhaul on the bike. Best
of Luck at Mallory Park and lets see your smiling face on the podium.
I am on my way home after a good testing club race weekend at Knockhill race circuit
in preparation for the British Championship round at Knockhill on 2,3,4 July more...
Ryan Farquhar ended his 2010 Isle of Man TT campaign with a brilliant second place
in Friday's Senior race, the Blue Riband event of the fortnight. The first attempt
to run the race was stopped after an incident involving Guy Martin who, thankfully,
wasn't seriously injured, and Ryan had retired at Cronk y Voddy but with the race
declared null and void, he was able to take part in the re-start and grabbed the
opportunity with both hands to record his ninth TT podium finish. more...
The Magic Bullet All Ireland Formula Libre championship got off to a cracking start
in Mondello Park on June 13th, a superb final entry of 21 cars promising some good
racing. John Downey and Sylvie Mullins were non starters and the remaining 19 which
included 5 visiting drivers from Northern Ireland took to a dry track for qualifying
after early morning drizzly rain had cleared. more....