Articles Posted in the " Triumph Daytona " Category

  • 2011 Triumph Daytona 675 R | Quick Look

    2011 Triumph Daytona 675 R | Quick Look

    2011 Triumph Motorcycle

    Designed for supersport racing that allows a 675cc triple to compete against 600cc fours, the Triumph Daytona 675 R is the only flagship sportbike in the English company’s line-up.

    Pumping out 124 horsepower and 53 ft/lbs of torque, the 675 gives the smaller fours no quarter.



  • World Supersport: Scassa Talks Yamaha

    World Supersport: Scassa Talks Yamaha

    World Supersport

    When the 2011 World Supersport lineup was released, the last-minute surprise was that the BE1 ParkinGO Team of Chaz Davies and Luca Scassa will be switching from Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycles to a pair of Yamaha YZF-R6 machines.


  • 2011 WSBK: Homologated Motorcycle List

    2011 WSBK: Homologated Motorcycle List

    FIM Road Racing

    The FIM released the 2011 list of homologated motorcycles that are able to compete in World Superbike, World Supersport and the Superstock 1000 and 600 classes.

    The newest addition in the superbike and superstock 1000 classes is the all-new Kawasaki ZX-10R, either in standard or ABS.


  • 2011 World Supersport Rider Line Up

    2011 World Supersport Rider Line Up

    Provisional WSS Entry List

    The FIM released the provisional entry list for the 2011 World Supersport season. The last-minute surprise was that the BE1 ParkinGo Team of Chaz Davies and Luca Scassa will be switching from Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycles to a pair of Yamaha YZF-R6 machines.



  • Triumph 675 wins AMA Moto-GT1 championship

    Triumph 675 wins AMA Moto-GT1 championship

    Triumph-owned Triumph Daytona 675 have been awarded this year’s AMA Pro Moto-GT1 class series championship. The team’s second place finish at New Jersey Motorsports Park gave them a 35-point lead in the season’s point standings, which allowed them to mathematically clinch the series title.

    "After the first few rounds, it looked like we would have to win every race just to have a shot at the title. Then we won at Barber and a number of other teams had some bad luck, which helped put us back in the game," said Mark Crozier.



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