WSBK » Kyalami – Superpole qualifying times

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FooAtari - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 3:24 PM

Another stunning job by Spies. Should be a great race.

14th... 6 races in and still waiting for Shayne Byrnes world class talent to show.

Don't really have much against Byrne, he's a decent domestic rider. But I think he is overrated and he hasn't done anything on the world stage to prove me wrong.

Asher - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 3:25 PM

Shud have given tv coverage to morais. im very disappointed just to c a glimpse of him on his last lap for only 2 or 3 turns may be where he pulled off his hand i don't y but real shame that local hero was not spotted but he did a huge performance, more than expectations!!!!!!replace him with tamada...


May 16, 2009 4:02 PM

What have MOTOGP missed out on. This guy is the real deal and he is here in WSBK. He really could be a world beater. His first season, new tracks, new (great) bike. If this guy was on an M1 i really think Rossi would be properly challenged. Can't wait for the race, i just hope he can stay on track......fingers crossed, touch wood etc. COME ON 'THE BEN'.

bradaz - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 4:07 PM

Everyone is so quick to jump on the Spies band wagon. YES he is a really good rider but saying he'd be at the front of Moto GP is really getting ahead of yourself. Look at Toseland dont forget he's already won this championship (twice) and colin edwards still has no race win!

Mark - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 4:31 PM

Well I had predicted Spies, Fabrizio, Haga in Superpole. Never would have imagined Biaggi up there after the standard practice times. That Aprilia's got some steam and Max seems to enjoy riding it.

Get well soon Regis. What a horrible situation.

FooAtari - Unregistered

May 16, 2009 4:54 PM


I wouldnt be too concerned about MotoGP if I was Spies. Currently WSBK is the better champinshiop.

However look what he did at Donnington last year, a bike he had very little experience on at a new track and he was on the pace.

In the two races he had did in MotoGP last year he performed very well especailly considering his lack of experience, and I think he would adapt to MotoGP and be more competative than Edwards or Toseland

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