Hi everyone.... I've owned a Norton Café Racer from new since Sept 2012, .... Only done 1650 miles due to the bike being one of five bikes owned at the same time and it not being used Nov-May each year through the winter period. The bike has been sorned since the end of October so not used..... recently I've been going in the garage and noticing a smell of petrol...thinking it was one of the classic bikes I have.... but this last week end I saw that the concrete paint under the Norton had bubbled up....and on checking it appears that the petrol tank is leaking quite badly where the fuel pump attaches.... From what I have now gathered, it appears that this is a common fault due to poor quality petrol causing the plastic fuel tank to distort ? Is this problem due to a manufacturing/design fault ? I need to know what it takes to sort this problem out...I would imagine other Norton owners have been in contact with Norton regarding this very situation, which as you can understand is a very serious safety issue.... Is there some form of 'sealant' to fix this ? or will it mean having a new tank ? (A new tank wouldn't fix the ongoing problem though ) By the way, i'm based in Lancashire, England Can anyone help/advise on this, or has anyone been in touch with Norton? Cheers, Allan.