BSB » Seeley to Supersport, stays with Relentless


The Ulsteman will mae his debut at Supersport level after winning the 2009 Superstock title and winning a race in Superbikes.

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Greener02

December 08, 2010 11:28 AM

With Seeley going to SuperSport i see James Westmoreland taking the step-up and joining BSB with Relentless by TAS, Seeley will win the BSS championship easily next year no doubt. Maybe WSS for Seeley and TAS in 2012?

Green Monster

December 08, 2010 12:14 PM

A little off topic but same paddock...
There is a rumor that Hopper is coming to BSB to ride for Paul Denning in Cresent Racing, possibly running Suzuki and possibly full Monster Energy backing. So could be a Monster Energy Cresent Suzuki or 2 on the grid next year.

I for one am immensly excited :D

mart - Unregistered

December 08, 2010 2:53 PM

Thought hutchinson would get this ride and be team mates to guy on the roads. so who is going to partner brooks. could be wrong again but i think tas, swan and hm plant where waiting to se what shaky was going to do. carnt se it been any supersport rider as seeley would have been a better bet.

Greener02

December 08, 2010 3:11 PM

If Green Monster is correct i cannot wait for Hopper to come to BSB, if so once again the 2011 BSB season gets better better!!! He should run top 10 quite comfotably, but i don't know if he'll be a title contender.
Green Monster whats your source??

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

December 08, 2010 5:43 PM

I hope The Hopper does ride BSB next year - presumably the logic being that success would provide a route back to WSB.

There are a lot of talented riders still unsigned - especially AMA ones - there was an article listing them on SuperbikePlanet a few days ago.

tdkmac - Unregistered

December 08, 2010 7:20 PM

how could shakey and hopper being in the bsb be a good thing ?
shakey can now only talk a good race and with hopper, well its a case of finish a race, crash in the next one, injured for 3 months then finish a race ......
they have reached their peaks, so they should just retire, run a bike shop or something.
bsb needs new young riders.
Im not so sure TAS have made the correct choice !
Bruce at Paggetts, Cameron at W. Craig and now Seeley to supersport. big gamble although i think seeley should win the championship and if yamaha get their act together michael will take the bsb title

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