Joe Collier’s third place overall in the National 1000cc Superstock Championship with EHA Racing aboard the In Competition prepared Aprilia RSV4 RF, and Alastair Seeley’s second place in Saturday’s British Supersport Sprint Race – rounded out a successful season for the team during the final round at Brands Hatch.
Collier took fifth place in Sunday’s rain-sodden National 1000cc Superstock race, which left him just 7.5-points adrift of second place in the championship standings. He said: “I’m disappointed that I couldn’t find the pace and grip I needed to challenge at the front today in the final race of the year but overall we’ve had a successful season. I’ve really enjoyed my time with EHA Racing and riding the Aprilia, so thanks to everyone for their support.”
Alastair Seeley who crashed out of Sunday’s feature British Supersport race said: “I’ve really enjoyed the final part of the season with EHA Racing. We’ve been on the podium at every round at won quite a few races which has been good for everyone. Today I crashed out of the feature race and given myself a bit of a bang but we will be fine. Thanks to everyone for their support.” David Allingham took seventh in Saturday’s sprint race race and retired from Sunday’s feature race.
Team Manager – Gail Allingham:
“What a great season we’ve had at EHA Racing. It’s hard to single anyone out, so we have to commend all our riders for a superb effort. Joe has proved in the Superstock class that he is a championship contender of the future and did a great job as a rookie. Andy Reid can never be forgotten for his charism and wins on the EHA Racing Aprilia before getting injured. In Supersport David’s win at Brands mid-season proved his pedigree and Seeley has come in and done a great job to end the season with a number of wins to add to his North West 200 success. Thanks to all our sponsors for their very valuable support and we look forward to working again with you in 2019.”