Phase One Endurance
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Phase One Endurance is a motorcycle endurance team, currently competing in the FIM Endurance World Championship. They were formed in 1985 by Russell Benney and Martin Prout. They have won the Endurance World Championship title in 1993, 2000 and 2003.
Phase One Endurance secured a 10th place in their class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race after a lot of turmoil and 2 crashes during the night. From starting in 15th they worked their way up through the field to 3rd before riders James Haydon and James McBride both crashed during the night. After losing a lot of time the team managed to get back up to 10th place in their class again before the end.
After a poor start to the season due to crashes, Phase One Endurance achieved 4th place in both the Oschersleben 8hr race and the Bol D'or 24hr race to come 8th overall. At the last race of the year in Qatar they were fighting for the lead, with rider Glen Richards on board, when a crash forced a long push-in from Glen Richards which pushed them down to dead last. They eventually finished this race 9th in their class.
- phaseone.co.uk Official website
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