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We’re passionate about racing, and we’re committed to creating a team like no other. A team, which re-defines racing.
Whilst we’ve arrived on the circuit with a bang, and we’ve quickly become a formidable presence, it’s certainly not by accident. Starting out, we knew that if we were to really compete, then we would need to assemble the best team that money, wisdom and knowledge could buy. So, now, we’ve cherry-picked the bike racing world for the most talented, experienced and dedicated riders, mechanics, engineers and support crew. And of course, we’ve invested in the very best Suzuki bikes too.
Some might think we have insanely high standards, expectations and ambitions, but an uncompromising approach is what it takes to get riders winning.
All our team members are focussed on the their roles, dedicated to pushing boundaries and raising standards. And that goes for everyone from our photographers and grid girls to our crew drivers and hospitality staff. Along the way, we’ve raised our profile as well as some eyebrows, but our real focus is on improving the sport and on entertaining and rewarding you, our fan, with white knuckle riding and edge of the seat action.
We give it full throttle to get our riders on the podium spraying champagne jeroboams, and we realise none of it would happen without your support and loyalty.
Our team colours are super-vivid and gutsy, because we knew had to stand out from the crowded grid, so our fans could see our riders and bikes as they pushed through the field. And the colours and design had to shout out to the other teams and race fans alike, that we’re exciting, unstoppable, undaunted and out to win.
All the perspiration and inspiration has been paying dividends on the track too with good grid positions, fluid performances and real results.
But before you click on the dropdowns, please have a quick look at what our boss, Martin Halsall, had to say. We think you’ll find it quite inspiring; he loves the sport just like the rest of us.
The first thing I should make crystal clear is that bike racing is my absolute passion; I haven’t just set up a team on a whim for a hobby. I’m totally committed to it for the long haul. And if I’m investing my time, money and effort, then I can guarantee you I have no intention of letting Halsall Racing be just an amateurish also-ran.
Whilst I absolutely love bike racing, my team and I are here to show the other teams how things can and should be done. And to do that, we’re doing things differently and better. Of course, change always makes some people uncomfortable – usually the lucky few, who’re sitting pretty. But I’ve made it my own personal mission to improve things for the riders and for the whole sport. I hope you’ll be screaming for us from track-side and join us on the journey.
Silverstone & Donington Testing Videos
Meet the team.
Peter HICKMAN Tommy BRIDEWELL
Luke MOSSEY Ryuichi KIYONARI
22-05-16 Bridewell and Bennetts Suzuki on Brands Hatch podium. Tommy Bridewell took his and the Bennetts Suzuki team’s first podium finish of the season after he finished third in the opening race at Brands Hatch, at the third round of the MCE British Superbike Championship. Click here to read more...
21-05-16 Bridewell to start Brands BSB from second row. Tommy Bridewell will start tomorrow’s opening race from the second row of the grid, after he qualified his Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000 in sixth place for the third round of the MCE British Superbike Championship. Click here to read more...
20-05-16 Kiyonari breaks collarbone at Brands Hatch. Ryuichi Kiyonari has suffered a broken collarbone after a fall on his Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000 at Graham Hill bend at Brands Hatch. Click here to read more...
18-05-16 Bennetts Suzuki ready for Brands BSB afer Anglesey testing. The Bennetts Suzuki team is ready to return to racing action at Brands Hatch this weekend and round three of the MCE British Superbike Championship, following a positive private test at Anglesey. Click here to read more...
03-05-16 Tire woes halt progress at Oulton Park. Problems with a front tyre on Ryuichi Kiyonari's GSX-R1000 capped a difficult weekend for the Bennetts Suzuki team at Oulton Park, and round two of the MCE British Superbike Championship.
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01-05-16 Fourth row for Kiyonari and Bridewell in Oulton BSB qualifying. Ryuichi Kiyonari and Tommy Bridewell will start the first race at Oulton Park from the fourth row of the grid on their Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000s, after a wet and tricky qualifying session for the second round of the MCE British Superbike Championship. Click here to read more...
29-04-16 Bennetts Suzuki aims to kickstart season at Oulton Park. Bennetts Suzuki riders Ryuichi Kiyonari and Tommy Bridewell are looking to kick-start their season this weekend, as the MCE British Superbike series heads to Oulton Park for the second round of the championship. Click here to read more...
22-04-16 Oulton Park test a success for Bennetts Suzuki. The Bennetts Suzuki team has completed a successful test at Oulton Park, ahead of the MCE British Superbike round at the Cheshire circuit in a week's time. Click here to read more...
10-04-16 Top 10 and positives taken for Bennetts Suzuki. Tommy Bridewell scored a 10th placed finish on his Bennetts Suzuki debut, and despite a tricky opening weekend to the 2016 MCE British Superbike season, the team has taken plenty of positives from the opening round. Click here to read more...
09-04-16 Fourth row for Kiyonari on Bennetts Suzuki. Ryuichi Kiyonari will start from the fourth row of the grid on his Bennetts Suzuki debut for tomorrow’s opening MCE British Superbike race of the season, after qualifying in 10th place in tricky conditions at Silverstone, with teammate Bridewell starting from 13th. Click here to read more...
07-04-16 Bennetts Suzuki set for Silverstone. The Bennetts Suzuki team is all set for Silverstone this weekend, and the opening round of the 2016 MCE British Superbike season. Click here to read more...
31-03-16 Bennetts Suzuki set for season-opener after Silverstone and Donington tests. The Bennetts Suzuki team and riders Ryuichi Kiyonari and Tommy Bridewell have completed their preseason preparations ahead of their assault on the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship, following two official tests at Silverstone and Donington Park this week.
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11-03-16 Bennetts Suzuki Concludes Spanish Testing Programme. The Bennetts Suzuki team has concluded its Spanish testing programme, following a four-day test at Cartagena and three-day outing at Guadix. Click here to read more...
06-03-16 Bennetts Suzuki completes Cartagena test. The Bennetts Suzuki team has completed the first of two scheduled pre-season tests in southern Spain, after spending four days at Cartagena as preparations continue for the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship. Click here to read more...
22-02-16 Bridewell and Kiyonari complete first laps with Bennetts Suzuki. Tommy Bridewell and Ryuichi Kiyonari completed their first laps onboard their Bennetts Suzuki GSX-R1000s at the weekend, as they got preparations underway for the 2016 MCE British Superbike Championship at a shakedown test at a damp Brands Hatch. Click here to read more...
30-11-15 Bennetts Suzuki Announces Lineup for 2016. Bennetts Suzuki has announced that triple British Superbike champion Ryuichi Kiyonari and BSB race-winner Tommy Bridewell will spearhead the team's assault on the MCE Insurance British Superbike championship in 2016. Click here to read more...
24-11-15 Halsall Racing Continue Partnership with Suzuki GB in 2016. Halsall Racing has announced the continuation of its partnership with Suzuki GB in 2016, and will again be running the Japanese manufacturer's official effort in the British Superbike championship next season. Click here to read more...
22-10-15 Martin Halsall looks back on a challenging but positive first year. As the dust settles on the 2015 British Superbike Championship season, Halsall Racing and Bennetts Suzuki Team Owner, Martin Halsall, looks back on a challenging but positive first year for the new Suzuki team. Click here to read more...