Troy Bayliss' Son Oli Bayliss To Compete In Supersport 300 Australian National Championship
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Oli Bayliss, son of three-times Superbike World Champion, Troy Bayliss making his road racing debut in the 12-16 year old class, on an 80cc machine
No surprise, Troy's MiniMe is fast and fearless like his Dad...
The Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Scrambler Ducati is one of the most distinctive motorcycles in the AMA Pro Flat Track paddock, and this Friday, Oct.
An unexpected chance to see the Troy Bayliss Flat Tracker in person. If you are at Barber's on Friday (the only day it will be there) make a point of checking it out. #worththeeffort
Troy Bayliss, Johnny Lewis and the Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati team compete this weekend in the 50th running of the AMA Pro Cal Expo Sacramento Mile. Regarded as one of the toughest stops on the team’s “Five Miles Tour” because of its long, fast straights and tight corners and loose top soil, it’s also one of the most historic. 2015 is the 50th running of the Sacramento mile at the current fairgrounds but the 101st running of the event in Sacramento, making it one of the most historic races in the world.
Troy Bayliss and Johnny Lewis will be competing on custom framed, 1100cc Ducati powered machines, purpose built to turn left, channeling the spirit and style of the famous Scrambler Ducati.
Fan excitement has been high, with the arrival of the three time world superbike champion Troy Bayliss. Sacramento is the only mile race in the western part of America and California is the number one Ducati market in the USA, a potent combination for excitement. Numerous Ducatisti are expected, many of whom are visiting an AMA Pro Flat Track race for the first time. The Sacramento Mile is offering a special Ducati ticket package that includes Ducati parking and an air conditioned lounge. To purchase the Ducati package call 1-844-SACMILE and reference the Ducati package. For fans that cannot attend in person the entire day, from the first practice to the final checker flag of the main event will be broadcast live and viewable on any mobile platform or computer, free, on Fanschoice.TV
The Sacramento Mile APA Pro Flat Track race gets underway on Saturday at 2:15pm Pacific Time with first timed practice, and the 25-lap race is scheduled for Saturday at 9:25pm Pacific Time
Troy Bayliss (Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati #21): I am enjoying my visit to America and the cross country trip with the team has been a bonus. It was great meeting so many new fans at Springfield, the flat track fans really made me feel welcome. I learned a lot there and I am looking forward to getting to Sacramento, and getting out on the track on my Ducati and putting what I learned last weekend to good use.
Johnny Lewis (Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati #10): After having such a great day at Springfield (3rd qualifying and 2nd in the heat race) prior to the rough ending with the crash on the front straight, I’m more than ready to return to the track on my Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati and have the successful day that I know we can have. I felt like a top five guy at Springfield, and even though it was our first outing on the bike and we had a few issues, I know we can run at the front this weekend.
Troy Bayliss and his team mate Johnny Lewis race today in the first of the "Five Miles Tour" Follow it all live for free on any platform using www.fanschoice.tv
This is the first time Troy has raced on a track larger than about a third mile (that's roughly how big the largest tracks of this type are in AU) so the size of the challenge he faces today is daunting. Follow Troy as he hones his skills in the company of the best in the world...
I'll be updating all day via Ducati.net Facebook and Twitter and Ducati will be updating on the Scrambler site
TB21 Five Miles Tour starts next weekend. Here's how to watch for free from anywhere in the world
Props to FansChoice.TV which has really done a good job getting this working well
A closer look at the Troy Bayliss/Johnny Lewis Ducati Flat Trackers
www.ducati.com - Video of the first Tribuna Ducati in Thailand, organized for the SBK Thailand round, March 22nd 2015.
Great glimpse of Troy Bayliss, the Ducati Corse Team and the fantastic Thai Ducati fans at Troy's last SBK race
A quick guide to get the most out of your first flat track race.
All about why this might be the most honest form of motorsport there is. These guys are gladiators.
Troy Bayliss to Compete on a Ducati in All One-Mile AMA ProRacing Flat Track Events
It’s official, Troy Bayliss is coming to America to chase his dream of winning a flat track mile. In a factory supported five race deal with the legendary Lloyd Brothers Motorsports team, and financial backing provided by noted Ducati collector James E. Dillard III, Bayliss will compete alongside teammate Johnny Lewis.
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Join me, Ducati.net and Ductalk as we participate in this project (and cheer Troy on)!
Game on! #GOTROY
The name of the three-time WSBK champion Troy Bayliss comes once more to the front page as we might just see him once more in the saddle of the Aruba Ducati 1199 Panigale superbike, substituting for injured rider Davide Giugliano. Bayliss, 45, took part in the kick-off 2015 WSBK round on his home circuit at Phillip Island, 20-22 February, and he qualified 13th on the grid, a very good performance considering his age and the fact he is… well, retired.
Really would love to see Troy on the bike again, wouldn't you?