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Josh Brookes was born on 28 April, 1983 in Australian, is an Australian motorcycle racer. At 37 years old, Josh Brookes height not available right now. We will update Josh Brookes's height soon as possible.

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Josh Brookes Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 28 April 1983
Birthday 28 April
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Nationality Australian

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In 2017, Brookes finished second in the championship standings aboard a Yamaha. He won two races and scored four second places.


During 2015 he raced a Milwaukee Yamaha YZF-R1, winning the British Superbike Championship at the final round of the season at Brands Hatch. In the last race of the event, Brookes hit the inside kerb of a bend and slid off, but had already amassed sufficient points to win the Championship in the first of three races at the venue, so he re-joined the track for a lap after the race to wave to spectators.


Brookes had better results at the 2014 TT, with a 7th, 10th, 67th and DNF from his four classes entered.


In the 2013 Superbike race, Brookes became the fastest-ever newcomer, with a lap of 127.726 mph (which stood until the 129 mph lap of Peter Hickman in 2014) and finished in 10th position. From his two other entries, he finished in 46th place and a DNF (did not finish).


On 28 November 2012, it was announced that Brookes would compete at the 2013 Isle of Man TT Races. As a high-profile 'newcomer' similar to Steve Plater, Brookes would compete for Tyco Suzuki in the Superbike, Superstock and Senior categories.


For 2011 Brookes switched to the Relentless TAS Suzuki team joined by Alastair Seeley who is competing in British Supersport. He a poor start to the season with a massive crash at Oulton Park which wrecked his bike. By mid-season he started to get good results.


Despite the bad blood felt towards Brookes, GSE Airwaves Yamaha boss, Colin Wright told a Eurosport TV interview at Brands Hatch that he would like to sign Brookes for 2010, if he were to lose one or both 2009 riders. As it turned out, GSE Yamaha would not return in 2010.

For 2010 Brookes stayed with the HM Plant Honda team, Brookes has changed to bike #4 and is also joined by former double British Superbike Champion Ryuichi Kiyonari. He took his first win in the fourth race of the season. He also took a win at Cadwell Park and two wins at Snetterton. His season was closely documented in the film I, Superbiker.


For 2009, Brookes switches to British Superbikes with HM Plant Honda, alongside fellow Aussie Glen Richards, however he was forced to miss the opening round due to visa issues. Round 3 at Donington Park was also a disaster, as Brookes collided with Sylvain Guintoli on the sighting lap on the way to the grid, causing a broken leg for the Frenchman. Brookes claimed to have experienced a brake failure, if proven these allegations would have left Honda liable: for this reason they neglected to give their support. He received a one-race suspended ban as a result. In the next meeting at Thruxton he took seventh and third, with some fighting overtaking moves in race two especially. He followed this with a front row start and two third places at Snetterton.


Brookes joined the Stiggy Motorsport Honda team in the Supersport World Championship for the final 5 rounds. He continued with them in 2008. Brookes scored his second win (and Stiggy's first) at Donington Park, moving up to second in the championship. He also made a one-off appearance in the British Supersport Championship for HM Plant Honda, qualifying on pole and finishing third].


He did enough to be retained for 2007, with the team gaining new investors, a switch to Honda Fireblade bikes, and a new teammate in fellow Australian Karl Muggeridge. Despite 9 points finishes in the first 7 two-race rounds, the team missed round 8 after a legal challenge from Sergio Bertocchi.


He then moved to World Supersport with a Caracchi Ducati for 2006, but left the team mid-season despite a 6th place at his home round. Brookes was soon racing again however, joining Bertocchi Kawasaki in the Superbike World Championship, debuting on the bike at the Italian round at Mugello. He ran 4th in a wet race in the Netherlands before falling, but generally struggled, as it was his first time living in Europe, mostly on circuits he did not know.


In 2004 he won the World Supersport round at Philip Island as a wild card, before a serious crash ruined his year. He returned to win Australia's Superbike and Supersport titles in 2005 on a Honda.


Joshua Brookes (born 28 April 1983 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is a professional motorcycle road racer with experience of Superbike and Supersport racing, both domestically and internationally. In 2019, he will race in the British Superbike Championship aboard a Ducati Panigale V4 R, after a one-off wildcard outing in the first World Superbike round at Philip Island, Australia in February, finishing in 20th place in race one and 11th in race two.