• Johny Wills

Round 4 Preview - Knockhill


The Wee Bull returns to action this coming weekend 16-18th June when team E15 Racing trek over the sea to the home of Scottish Racing, Knockhill.

Eugene went into the 7 week season break sitting third in the Championship just 35 points adrift of early leader Tom Booth Amos.The Randlestown youngster came away from Knockhill with two DNF's in 2016 so will be looking to improve on this and pick up some points to stay in the Championship race.

Early season form and some outstanding results has seen the Wee Bull become one of this season's hot properties in the Motostar series although Eugene Senior was still playing it down;

"We are looking forward to getting back at it and hopefully we can pick up a couple of good finishes, nobody is getting carried away... just yet!"

The Wee Bull added;

"Im feeling pretty strong and have been training hard through the break, I went quick there last year but binned it 3 times in the weekend including both races. I feel more mature as a rider now so I think I have the potential to have a good weekend this time around and pick up some good points"

Pic Credit: Burnout Media.UK

Knockhill - Scotland's only permanent racing facility has cemented itself as one of the most popular venues in the United Kingdom, thanks to its short but exciting layout which encourages plenty of action. Be sure to keep up with The Wee Bulls progress this weekend here at E15racing.uk

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