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Forcefield riders test armour at latest BSB round

10/09/2013 15:38:00

The British Superbike Championship headed to Donington Park on the first September weekend and the Forcefield riders were tested out as the British weather took a turn for the worse during the first day on Friday. Several riders joined the 'Craners' club over the weekend with a number having to test the kit after crashing down the fast flowing part of the circuit.
 
Podium came from Bjorn Estment in the British Supersport Cup who was still recovering from an ankle injury sustained at Cadwell Park but he was still able to secure two second places. Also after crashing at Cadwell, Luke Hedger in the Superstock 600 class was back on the podium taking a second place.
 
Dean Brown - "I had a pretty big crash down Craner Curves, I'm feeling pretty sore and stiff and a little second hand. My back and chest are fine though and hopefully that's the last time I will be testing the kit this year."
 
Bjorn Estment - "I managed to take two second place finishes in the Supersport Cup this weekend and it's always good for the confidence knowing I'm wearing Forcefield."
 
Ben Wilson - "I've thankfully not had to do much testing of the Forcefield kit this year but decided at Donington I'd test it out twice in one weekend. I had two big and fast crashes both times my back taking a hefty impact but I'm all ok no injuries at all, the Forcefield kit is mint."
 
Simon Andrews - "I had a pretty big high-side on Friday in the wet conditions during qualifying. I landed flat on my back and my pro back protector really worked well with no cuts, bruises, breaks or grazes. That was my first high-side of the season and I was really surprised at how well the Forcefield kit protected me and glad I was wearing it."
 
Shaun Winfield - "I had a big crash on Friday in the wet down Craner Curves and I managed to walk away with only a bruised leg, thanks to all at Forcefield."

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