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|Neil Hodgson was born in Burnley, Lancashire on the 20th November 1973 and became the British Superbike Champion in 2000 and the Superbike Wolrd Champion in 2003 and for the 2010 season races for Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha racing team in the British Superbike Championships. (bike number 100 ). Neil Hodgson started his racing in motorcross as a schoolboy from 1982 to 1989 and in the 1986 - 1987 season was voted the rider of the year. Neil Hodgson progressed to road racing in 1990. His first meeting was at Langburgh on a Yamaha TZR125 and winning at Three Sisters in the same year. In his first seaosn in the Clubmans Ministock championship he was 8th in his first year which was some achievement. He moved onto the 125cc Internation Supercup in 1992 and at the age of 18 became the British National Champion for 125cc. In 1994 HRC Honda selected him as one of only 5 riders they officially supported, riding for Team Burnett in the 125cc World Championships, he also started racing in the 500cc World Championships with Harris Yamaha. In 1995 he moved to WCM full in the 500cc World Championships and came 11th in the Championships. Hodgson moved to race in the Superbike World Championships racing with Ducatti followed by 2 years racing with Fuchs Kawasaki but only managing to finish 9th in the series during this period. In 1999 Hodgson moved to the British Superbike Championship with GSE Racing and in the 2000 season the British Superbike Championship witnessed one of the most closely fought racing battles between Neil Hodgson and Chris Walker (Suzuki), with the seasons championship being taken by Neil Hodgson in the final race at Donnington Park. Hodgson also won 2 British rounds of the Superbike World Champinships as a wildcard entry winning at Donnington Park and Brands Hatch. In 2001 Neil Hodgson moved to the Superbike World Championships series joining Ducati satellite team and was partnered with the new British team mate James Toseland. In this seaosn Hodgson won one race and was 5th overall in the championship. In 2003 Hodgson became the number one rider for Ducati team after Bayliss and Edwards leaft the team, and in this season 2003 Neil Hodgson won the championship.|
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