BSB » 'Chuffed to bits' Walker back on grid in 2011

British Superbike Championship favourite Chris Walker has announced his return in 2011 with the brand new Pr1mo Racing outfit aboard a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R - and he cannot wait to get going...

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johnnyoza - Unregistered

March 16, 2011 4:12 PM

do the British not have young talent? Next thing you know they will be signing Ron Haslam and Phil Read up.Walker has done nothing for many years now,come on give a youngster a chance.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

March 16, 2011 4:38 PM

Good luck Chris.

Anyone who hasn't read his autobiography - do it! It is by far the most entertaining of all the bike bios that I have read - and I've got a shelf full.

It might be a new team, but they have a lot of experience (Ray Stringer is heavily involved and Dan Cheevers).

Main sponsor Pr1mo is a new company which will be making tuning parts for bikes which they will race develop.

Paul Curran will run in this teams colours in Superstock

MD - Unregistered

March 16, 2011 5:38 PM

For our non-British friends:

Chuffed to bits = very pleased indeed, old chap.

Good to see him back - keeps the young guns honest!

And on a wet raceday at a tight track, I'd bet he could crack the top ten on a tuned Commando!

Stalker fan - Unregistered

March 16, 2011 6:29 PM

As a Stalker fan i might appear a bit byas,but in my opinion as a 4 times runner up in the championship Chris deserves an entry in the BSB until he is 65,He is BRITISH,a great ambassador for the sport,the fans love him and on his day he can still do the times.Perhaps he may not get on the top step but in the right conditions on the right track he could still suprise a few people.I dont know the team who have entered Chris but if they are new to BSB Chris is the right man to get them established in the paddock.Good luck to all concerned.

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