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Jakub Smrz moves from Padgetts Honda to Millsport Ducati for BSB 2014

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November 19, 2013 12:25 PM

I'm feeling a bit sad for Kuba. He showed promise in WSBK, but seems to be sliding a bit down the ladder in 2014 and 2014. He deserves better than an off-the-pace bike in a new-to-BSB team.


November 19, 2013 12:29 PM

so what happened to Tristan Palmer who had some good results on the superstock Panigale, so is this another brit rider been sh*te on,i am getting sick and tired of these so called "superstars" coming to B.S.B. in deference to homegrown riders, and doing Jack S*it.lets hear it for "Local Boys".


November 19, 2013 2:06 PM

Perhaps it fair to mention that Palmer has previously raced at BSB level and didn't exactly set the world on fire.
He dropped down a class to superstock and did reasonably well but there's nothing to suggest that he could step up to BSB again and be really competitive.


November 19, 2013 2:09 PM

As for Smrz deserving better, why does anyone think that?
He has proven to be reasonably quick on a single lap in qualifying but in the race?
He has had some top kit over the years and has failed to get the best from it. That's why he's no longer in WSB and finds himself on the piece of junk that is the Panigale.


November 19, 2013 5:23 PM

BSB looking strong for next year again . Easily best national superbike championship. Hope the panigale improves tho, it's strange Ducati is struggling with its superbike after years being at sharp end.Riders like Kuba add to the championship,gives Brit young guns some one to compare against . Wonder who is riding for samsung Honda? .

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