BSB » Kiyonari bounces back for Assen podium

Ryuichi Kiyonari struggles home to 14th in race one at Assen, before turning it around for a podium in race two.

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September 24, 2013 1:52 PM

Kiyo was very fortunate he finishes third, when Shakey,Brookes,Haga and Bridewell did not finish, i know what the result says but hey ho, he would have been eight place at best, so i dont know what all the
fuss is about, i bet he wont be on a SAMSUNG Honda next year. hold-on Samsung is a Jap company, yeah ??


September 25, 2013 3:34 PM

After seeing Kiyo put on the clinic he did at Donington WSBK a few years ago in the wet ,where he was so much faster than everyone, you gotta scratch your head. Dude has the talent just not the mental focus, IMHO.


September 28, 2013 1:40 PM

Yet another result for Kiyo by default, He should not be in the showdown due to his poor performance during the season. So disappointed that he got 3rd place in that race. Would have been a more exciting showdown if Tommy Bridewell had been in it. He has the pace and determination that Kiyo lacks.

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