BSB » MSS confirms its BSB entry

MSS confirms its presence on the 2012 MCE British Superbike Championship with Kawasaki machinery, though no riders have been confirmed as yet.

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kwikkwak - Unregistered

December 20, 2011 11:12 AM

They need a pairing of young and experienced.After Stalker was disgustingly dropped from Pr1mo Bournemouth that would be a great option for them.There must be some young and up and coming rider out there to team up with him?......

69er - Unregistered

December 20, 2011 11:38 AM

I think the previous posters have between them come up with a good ridere pairing for MSS.
It would be good to see Wilson and Seely going hammer and tonges again in the premier class.

pp916 - Unregistered

December 20, 2011 1:51 PM

Liking the idea of the pairing of Stalker and Ben Wilson....neither has a style that goes un-noticed and any team with a vacancy will be missing a trick when Stalker has so much experience on bikes with limited electronics as will be the format next season + he would be a good mentor for Ben and he has strong ties with Kawasaki with their involvement in his new ride school etc....doesn't look good that he's just been shafted by one of their representative teams, time to make amends!


December 20, 2011 2:31 PM

I'm sure I read Wilsons already signed for Gearlink in Supersports hasn't he?? Not that contracts mean much nowadays!! At this time of the season (closed season) I normally champion the cause of the "little man".. For the last few years as most regular posters will know I've banged on about a certain Mr Seeley.. Imagine how far on this guy would be now if someone had given him a chance 5 years ago?? According to Burnicle and Co he was an overnight sensation in 2009.. He won ISB and ISS 2006 and beat McGuiness's HM Plant Honda home on a standard R6 at NW200 in 2007 FFS.. BSB is short sighted.. For Seeley 2006 read Glen Irwin 2012.. Why not pair him with Walker??

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