BSB » Lowes fastest again as Byrne comes down

Alex Lowes holds firm at the top of the timesheets around Silverstone in FP2, but title contender Shane Byrne ends day one without completing a single lap after an early fall.

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Sweeble - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 3:06 AM

Lowes seems to be coming good at the right time. So far I have only seen him has a potential podium candidate, but could he actually stand a chance of getting the title?

As for Shakey, I'm just glad he hasn't injured himself. As long as you can put that man on a bike there's always the chance of a win - go Shakey!!!

Wam Bam - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 3:14 AM

@TheTruth I'm glad that Shakey isn't allowing Lowes' speed get in the way of his pleasure. But I believe that Guy Martin is the absolute master of the pre race five knuckle shuffle.

Comfused Charlie - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:18 AM

Why is it that week in,week out Tom Tunstall is always slower than his team mate.This Weekend Tom is about 5 secs behind Robin Harms.
Tom has got written on in his profile that he has World championship experience so he is not new to bike racing so how come he is so slow.
I was told that a weekends racing at BSB level would cost around 4K without crash damage which is a lot of sponsors money to waste just so you can say that you are a BSB superbike rider which Tom is in name only.
Tom is nowhere near the pace,never likely to be so give the sponsorship to some young talent who could put it to good use.

Rob roy - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 5:48 PM

Tom's pure lack of embarrasment at his teammateS (whoever they are each week) constantly out racing and out qualifiyng him is what gets me. Still struts around like he 'deserves' to be there. Hasnt made and is now a 'paid' rider - paying for the privelage to ride in BSB.

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