BSB » Kiyo crowned British Superbike Champion


HM Plant Honda's Ryuichi Kiyonari took three race wins which secured him his third British Superbike Championship.

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Widz

October 10, 2010 6:23 PM
Last Edited 1471 days ago

Great stuff.

This guy should still be in WSB. A great 1st year with 3 wins, good reasons for a poorer 2nd. He should have been given another chance.

Hopefully he'll move on for 2011, but where?

Hotastotus - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 6:43 PM

Congrats to Kiyo he did what he had to do and raced the guys in front of him.

Damned shame for Tommy Hill tho, spoiled the end for the spectators IMHO.

Do not like the final race 'shoot out' BS.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 8:02 PM

Congrats, but BSB is his level - doesn't make as many errors as he used to, but too inconsistent for WSB.

The rumour is he had a chance of the Parkalgar ride - that would have been interesting!

Al

October 10, 2010 8:15 PM

"I think Kiyo would have won with the old points system anyway. "

1. Ryuichi KIYONARI 405
2. Josh BROOKES 385
3. Tommy HILL 382
4. Michael LAVERTY 327
5. Michael RUTTER 288
6. Alastair SEELEY 213
7. James ELLISON 210
8. John LAVERTY 190
9. Stuart EASTON 189
10.Chris WALKER 130

mec240 - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 8:15 PM

BSB is his level ?

This guy still has the talent to do well in WSBK. He knows all the curcuits now, is more confident all round (English has improved, looks like a man and not a boy now). I think he deserves another shot at Worlds, but there aren't any decent rides left unless Biaggi retires ????

He's too good for SuperSport - that's for up and comers like Gino Rea, Crutchlow, Sam Lowes, Lascorz etc... Kiyo is an established Superbike rider. If WSS is all that is available at world level then I'd stay with HMPlant in BSB thanks...

Kimey - Unregistered

October 10, 2010 9:09 PM

Blimey Al - that's impressive.

I was against the shoot out idea at the start and with the old points system we would still have had the same last round for championship situation. Camier was dominant last year and no system would have changed it.

Kiyo rode great to win all 3 and it was a rider error by Tommy that cost him. That's racing.

Compared to the boring boring Motogp races this year, BSB is light years ahead. Think the one bike rule is a bit naff though - perhaps this need relaxing.

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