BSB » BSS: Kennaugh leaves Linxcel-Seton Yamaha


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kev 10 - Unregistered

August 13, 2009 4:36 PM

from what ive heard he was sacked from his last ride because of a bad attitude, so maybe he has struck again, either way when there is a lot of riders with limited seats in superbikes, i wonder where he could go to get a ride.

SA Fan - Unregistered

August 13, 2009 5:41 PM

He has given Glen Richards a tough time over the past few years in Superstock 1000 and Supersport class, not being out of the top 3 in the past 3 years ( i think ) Surely with a record like that it can only be the motorcycle that was letting him down. Personally i think he would be a good option for a team looking for a proven race winner with loads of experience. Everyone is raving about Si Andrews and quite rightly but he has never even gotten onto the podium in any British Championship race. I hope Hudson gets a chance on Superbikes, i think he will impress.

Wesley - Unregistered

August 13, 2009 6:43 PM

Kennaugh left Raceways Yamaha after being unhappy with his bike being slower than the Triumph, but it was very late in the silly season, with all the good rides taken and then this Linxcel-Seton opportunity was all he could get. A dumb decision, but he is still a top rider and I agree that he needs to get into the Superbike category (should have done so on a full time basis 2 years ago).

After the Linxcel-Seton bike being so bad the last few rounds and being unreliable the whole season, I don't blame him for leaving.

I hope you get a decent ride soon Kennaugh.

Raceface

August 13, 2009 6:55 PM

I know of some of the spats, with this nasty little person. Do you remember he had a spell with Rob Mc's outffit in BSB and they were only too glad, to see the back of him, so who is going to take him on.
Best job for him a swim in the sea off Durban, outside the shark nets.

Bladeboy

August 13, 2009 6:59 PM

Hudson has never been know for his tact even in his SA days , I would imagine he made a meal of the lack of results he has had this year on the Linxcel bike , do not believe he will be getting many Christmas cards from his old team .

SuperSykes - Unregistered

August 13, 2009 7:07 PM

Knowing Phil Seton and the team from my time at Bemsee, i can gurantee that the bike is good enough to be fighting for podiums and at least top 6 finishes. The problem is that Kennaugh is a primadona with an attitude that stinks. He fell off the bike earlier in the year and broke it into about 4 pieces and since then his confidence has been shot. Another rider (a good club racer, not a national rider) got on the same bike at a recent club meeting and lapped a second and a half quicker.....doesn't sound like the bike does it......

Superman - Unregistered

August 13, 2009 9:02 PM

SuperSykes you talk sh#t.....no club racer will get on a Supersport bike and go that much quicker than HK or he would be in BSS not at club level. Me thinks you trying to get better discount from Seton Tuning by coming on here and talking CR@P......

Ha ha ha ha ha ha CLUB RACER......

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