April 5, 2017

World Supersport300 rider Luke Hopkins from Kent got his season off to a positive start at the Motorland circuit in Aragon.

The 15-year-old from Sittingbourne was runner-up in the Team Green Junior Cup last year on his Kawasaki Ninja 300, in just his second season of racing bikes. This season he has taken a giant step up to the World Supersport300 series r...

Sittingbourne motorcycle rider Luke Hopkins competed in his first races of the 2017

season at Brands Hatch at the weekend. Last year Hopkins was runner-up in the Team

Green Junior Cup on his Kawasaki Ninja 300 and the first round provided him with a

great opportunity to get some track time. The first round on the Brands Hatch Indy

circuit also gave him an opp...

Hopkins Racing step up to the FIM World Supersport 300 championship with Luke Hopkins set to become one of the youngest riders and the only British entry on a Ninja 300.

The 15-year-old only started competitive racing in 2015, but the British rider has developed quickly. In 2016 he finished the season as runner up in the Team Green Junior Cup in the UK. Du...

After his impressive year in the Team Green Junior Cup Luke Hopkins will be facing a new challenge in 2017 as he enters the FIM World Championship Superport300. 

Hopkins, who only started racing in 2015, finished runner-up in the Team Green Junior Cup on his Kawasaki Ninja 300 where he turned a few heads with his performances in 2016. His performances saw...

Luke Hopkins finishes runner-up in Kawasaki Championship
Luke Hopkins from Sittingbourne finished the Team Green Junior Cup with a fantastic runner-up spot, after narrowly missing out on the title in the final round at Brands Hatch.
Going into the final round of four races the 14-year-old was in second position in the championship, but the gap to the...

14-year-old Luke Hopkins from Sittingbourne was back at his local circuit for the final round of the Hel Performance Motostar British Championship last weekend.

Entering as a wildcard, in the standard class for the fourth time this year, the Sittingbourne youngster managed to lap the 2.4 mile Kent circuit in free practice with a best time of 1:43.599.


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