1995 Championnat de Belgique des Superbikes
With superbikes now deemed unsuitable for most of Belgium's circuits many riders saw no point in racing them and only a dozen riders would appear over the course of the year. The obvious standout of this small field was Alain Kempener who won every race he finished; although he only scored three times it was enough to beat Dirk Spriet and Louis Wuyts - the only other riders who showed up for more than three races. Superbike racing in Belgium was almost non-existent for most of 1995 and the end was near for this once-unique championship.
|1995-05-28||1||Magny-Cours||FMS no. 5 Magny-Cours||GO!|
|1995-06-18||2||Croix-en-Ternois||Snelheid te Croix-en-Ternois||GO!|
|1995-06-25||3||Chimay||64eme Grand Prix des Frontières||GO!|
|1995-07-02||4||Le Vigeant||CS Val de Vienne||GO!|
|1995-07-30||Croix-en-Ternois||Cancelled due to only one Superbike rider participating.|
|1995-09-10||5||Mettet||1ere Coupes Sambre et Meuse||GO!|
|1995-09-24||6||Spa-Francorchamps||Moto Pulsion RAC Trophy||GO!|
Can You Help?
The following official data is currently missing:
1995-05-28 Magny-Cours: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Race 2, Entry list
1995-06-18 Croix-en-Ternois: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list
1995-06-25 Chimay: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list
1995-07-02 Le Vigeant: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list
1995-09-10 Mettet: Qualifying 1, Entry list
Copies of any of this information would be greatly appreciated. If you have any additional information about this season's races or riders, please contact me!