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GSG Racing announce Gilfillan brothers racing plans for 2014

GSG Racing has announced that brothers Sean and Greg Gilfillan will return next season lining up in the Ducati TriOptions Cup and the Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship respectively.

Younger brother Greg will continue for his second season in the Pirelli National Superstock 600 on a Kawasaki ZX6r and Sean will be competing in the Ducati TriOptions Cup on the new 899 Panigale.

Greg said: "I am really looking forward to 2014. This year was a difficult and incredibly steep learning year for me as I had previously had no experience of any tracks outside Scotland. We had a few bike issues and then an injury at Cadwell resulted in me missing a couple of meetings towards the end of the season, but overall I felt as if I made good progress throughout the year.  We have learned a lot about the Kawasaki and this along with the circuit experience I gained has given me high hopes that I can kick off at Brands Hatch in April with a strong result. "

Sean added: "Work commitments hindered my racing in 2013 but I'm looking forward to competing in a full season of the Ducati TriOptions Cup next year and can't wait for the championship to come to my home circuit Knockhill. It will be a difficult year learning the circuits but I have my goals set on what I want to achieve and think with the hard work we all put in, we can achieve the results we want. "

Team manager Lynne Gilfillan concluded: "2014 is going to be an exciting year for the team, Sean and Greg work really well together and they both have the potential to achieve great results from early on in the season. "