BSB » Walker unveiled as Andrews Kawasaki stand-in


Chris Walker will finally get to ride the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R that he was chasing so hard over the winter months, after being signed to replace the injured Simon Andrews at MSS Colchester Kawasaki for Oulton Park

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Widz

April 27, 2010 12:32 PM

Excellent. Think the results and podium last year, plus that 9th this year show you're still fast enough. Hopefully you'll get a couple of really good results on this bike.

Good luck! :)

Nori fan - Unregistered

April 27, 2010 1:26 PM

Andrews, when he's fit, in to replace Vermeulen on a full time basis. Stalker in to replace Andrews full time. Bring it on!! (but not holding my breath!)

I've got nothing against Vermeulen, i'm just a patriot who likes to see our Brit lads getting on well.

mcracing

April 27, 2010 1:34 PM

Really pleased for Chris and i hope he gets the results on this bike. let's face it he should never have been binned from WSBK when he was. Shame the Walker/Hodgson rematch never materialised.

David Kime

April 27, 2010 8:27 PM

Whilst I'm dead chuffed about, this lets all get a reality check here - that ZX-10R is the not the best thing out there so it's going to be hard work. Chris will give it 100% but will that be enough to compensate for the bikes short comings?

kwikkwak - Unregistered

April 27, 2010 10:35 PM

I am over the moon that Stalker is back on a Kwak.I was hoping that he would be the new addition at the beginning of the season.Even though the bike aint the best at the moment i dont think the zx10 was that he rode in WBSK either and he had some above expected results on that.Good Luck Chris :D

wiseman - Unregistered

April 27, 2010 11:10 PM

realisticly stalker aint goin to do that much in bsb anymore, but his style is made for the nw200 race,its not that dangerous now,its like a big short circut,he could win it on that bike,now that would be a story for the front page,

david james - Unregistered

April 28, 2010 12:20 AM

Waste of time and Kawasaki Money!!A career if over 16 years and never WON any championship.The guys steeling a living!Its disgusting and stinks.The funds could have been used to put into 2 more bikes for Junior/superstock/supersport.England will never have a Moto GP champion while the short sighted British Superbike Championship is displaying ****e riders of this callibre.
World superbikes is the dumping ground for ex good GP racers but for some reason england seems to think this is the way forward.
Good luck Chris and i hope you prove me wrong but come october i'll be back on here and proved right!!

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