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Ian S - Unregistered

July 22, 2009 9:42 PM

I think they will struggle to beat Simon Andrews and Julian DC. I suspect it is more a chance to see how they stack up against MSS and maybe to swap ideas and technology between the teams. I don't really know why they are doing it, but it's going to make for an even more interesting meeting.

1098RH - Unregistered

July 22, 2009 10:47 PM

No doubt an MSVR ploy 1) to put buns on seats as greed denied them a WSBK round and 2) to try and extend the championship to Oulton, coincidentally owned by MSVR. A GSE championship wrapped up at Silverstone is hardly good for ticket sales

DBL

July 22, 2009 10:51 PM

There is also quite a gap between WSBK rounds so maybe they have done some work on the bikes since the Imola test and want to try them out in a race. Didn't Renegade do a similar thing back when Haga was riding for them in WSBK. The infamous Oulton Park round with the fireball on the warmup lap.

mike hunt - Unregistered

July 23, 2009 7:09 AM

Not go a lot of time for Birdy, but fair play to him for giving these boys a chance to pedal round Brands.
Back in the day it was common to see riders racing in non championship events

Aussie Fan - Unregistered

July 23, 2009 7:14 AM

Hope your right Ian S maybe to swap ideas and technology between the teams. The BSB guys I beleive run completely different suspension shocks etc etc etc tyres? and its obviously working in their bikes on their tracks. I read Broc Parkes has done well at Brands (on different manufacture)and looks like he has some friends and fans in the UK to cheer him on. He has been doing a good job developing the Kawasaki so good luck for this weekend WSB races and the BSB race meeting.
Aussie Fan

Bladeboy

July 23, 2009 12:00 PM

I would think that Birdy is hoping that he would get MSS to give his "WSBK stars " some pointers on how to ride the bike ,at least some of the Cup boys with be able to brag in the pub that they lapped a full factory spec WSBK Kawasaki afterwards .

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