WSBK » Paul Denning (Crescent Suzuki) – Q&A

A team generated Q&A with Crescent Suzuki boss Paul Denning, ahead of the team's debut season in WSBK with John Hopkins and Leon Camier...

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Mr Logic - Unregistered

January 03, 2012 11:04 AM

Not a great suzuki man myself but must admit Paul Denning seems very positive.But he does have a long haul this year.
As of the Hopper mabey he's the secret weapon.If he fights as hard as he did at B S B there's a possable top end finnish.
Leon Camier.Well we will just have to see.There is potential and he has good track experience.


Realtor - Unregistered

January 03, 2012 11:25 AM

another private team like Ten it!! i hope the non-factory teams have a great season and stick it to the top dollar teams....especially BMW . (sorry BMW fans!)


MD - Unregistered

January 03, 2012 6:58 PM

It's way past the point for Leon to be showing 'potential'.

Potential doesn't win motorcycle races.

He has a tough teammate to live up to. Let's hope this drags out the potential into consistent results and a first WSB win (or two...)

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