BSB » Brookes re-signs with Tyco Suzuki for 2013


Josh Brookes reveals his plans for 2013 ahead of his attempts to secure a first MCE British Superbike Championship title this season.

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coops01uk

September 19, 2012 9:30 AM

Good for BSB and great for Josh as his head can remain clear for the last few rounds to attempt to secure this years title. He is going to be strong, and has a real chance thats for sure.

Mark - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 10:07 AM

I wonder if there was something written in the contract regarding next years TT - we now Hector has said, win the BSB and you can have a go on the TT. And Josh is hungry for a blast over the mountain!

Calmed down this year a lot, worthy addition

tucker - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 10:51 AM

Wonder if we'll see Seeley back in BSB next year. He has been very underwhelming this season, I thought he was showdown bound at the start of the season, and what has he to show for it? 1 podium in the wet at the first race of the year. I expect we'll see Alastair in BSB with another team or Supersport/Stock 1000 with TAS.

Cubikrube

September 19, 2012 1:04 PM

Josh has been great this season and whenever i've met him off the bike he has been a thoroughly nice bloke. He even gave me a signed knee slider for my wife when i went to testing at Brands pre-season.
Yes he has made some errors and if everyone remembers right, it wasn't his fault regarding the Guinter's incident at Donny, the bike was the problem but the C**** at Honda let him take the fall until everyone found out anyway.
The fact he wants to ride the TT course should tell you that he is a proper racer and lives for the thrill. BSB needs more riders like him :)

fireblade - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 6:07 PM

Great to see josh signed up, a really nice guy. Hope Philip gets rid of seeley as he has shown he is not as good as he thought he was, hopefully someone can find him a ride in supersport as a 600 suits him. A lot of people in n ireland have really went off him since north west ,but i still hope someone gives him a ride even though his head is slightly up his own ass

PatrickD - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 6:17 PM

Josh seems to be a decent bloke. Shame he's re-signed for TAS, who are the most cringe worthy team in bike racing. And the Suzuki the best in the paddock? Not by a long chalk. He's shown seeley up for the mouthpiece he is.
Somehow, I wouldn't mind if Josh won, but I'd hate it if TAS do. So it's better if he doesn't.
He'll give his all, though. The TT would be crazy and if he wins BSB, he's been promised that.

oldtimerMKII - Unregistered

September 19, 2012 7:32 PM

I think that British fans should be pleased that a world ranking star has decided to stay in BSB another year before returning to the world stage where he rightfully belongs.

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