BSB » Motorpoint Yamaha confirms Loris Baz for 2011


Loris Baz gets full time ride with Motorpoint Yamaha in BSB next season.

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steve jackson - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 4:27 PM

I applaud Rob Mac for taking a chance on bringing young talented riders into the series. I just hope Loris doesn't lob himself and the machine into the air fence too often. Take it one step at a time son and you'll do OK.

alwin dalton - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 5:30 PM

definetly a quick lad, but the takle he is on is not, it always seem to that either makelmay does not get enough sponsorship money to get the bikes rite or he likes to keep a bit bak for himself, more the latter lol, cant wait to read the headline in mcn

michael a - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 6:31 PM

poor baz-tard must be desperate for a ride to commit to a career ending ride with rob mac at a promising point to his career. theres something about riding for rob mac that means youre doomed to fail/crash spectacularly/suffer lingering injuries

Richard Mushet

December 10, 2010 8:29 PM
Last Edited 1379 days ago

Baz outrode Linfoot after only a few rides on the bike. Just look how well he rode at Oulton the final round of the season - he made one of Rob Mac's bags of spanners look like a real bike!

Nice kid and bl00dy quick too. Looking forward to seeing him ride next season.

Paul - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 9:01 PM

I watched Baz at Croft coming into the complex and he was putting some good moves on other riders who knew Croft better than he did.

He rode that R1 excellently and I'm looking forward to him having a full season in BSB.

I just hope they give this kid a chance and not kick him out,should he not get on with some of the tracks he has not been to.

I have a feeling he will be good to watch a Caldwell Park over the Mountain...

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

December 11, 2010 8:15 AM

Not many can make the R1 go quick.. Fewer can make Rob Macs R1 go quick.. This boy is one of them so good luck to him.. At 17 his potential is undoubted.. From where I'm sitting his only problem is staying on the thing.. But if youthful exuberance is all I can pull him up on then he ain't got much to worry about.. Got to agree he is a future champion.. Assuming he's around long enough..

Mart - Unregistered

December 11, 2010 11:20 AM

Reading between the lines he will be riding camiers bike from 09, but without the factory engines and electronics. I actualy think rob mac gets a bad rep and puts bikes out there with little budget and even less factory support.

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