BSB » Neill tips Seeley as title contender


'We've really got high hopes for Alastair this year and we're really optimistic about his chances' - Philip Neill

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whynot - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 10:45 AM

i think neil is spot on the lad can win races next year but i honestly think its gonna be the most open we've seen it in years cos under the new rules there are genuinely 10 riders if not more who can win races.

its gonna be down to which riders and teams can get their bike working right under the new rules as soon as possible and which rider can adapt,sort the men from the boys

you have brookes,seeley,hill,byrne,easton,laverty, kirkham,gowla,lowes with the likes of westy,linfoot and a few others are capable of challenging providing their bikes and themselves can adapt to the new spec, these lads all could all win races next year and be on the podium.

Pete - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 11:49 AM

If the bikes up to the job (and there is no reason to think it won't be) then Seeley will a revelation, he's fast, smooth and totally professional. Really looking forward to seeing him in BSB this year.

Sweeble

January 10, 2012 12:31 PM

A front runner, yes, but a title contender, I'm not sure, there is just too much heavy duty oposition out there this season. I would place him 5th in the final standings with Josh ahead of him.

Yamapimp - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 1:33 PM

@ whynot. Ifs and buts. Buts and ifs. What you have stated is the same every year in every class. It's all ifs and buts. If Hopkins hadn't cut out at brands the chances are he would've been champ. BUT he did and so hill is champion. If this, if that. Fluckinell lad

Whynot - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 3:35 PM

course its if 's and buts no one knows what the outcome will be!

no need to get your knickers in a twist about what i said is there! just my opinion that there are more riders that can win races under the new rules than last year!

dontbedaft - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 11:54 PM

@sweeble and kiyo,not good enough,lets see,3yrs with tas,two titles in bsb and already a superbike winner,nw 200 superbike wins (bludy quick),now knows all the tracks well on mainland,and a better rider without all the electric gismos,and theres more to come yet on a superbike.his record is pretty impressive, a definate contender

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