WSBK » Yoshimura Suzuki to WSBK in 2010.


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Hookem

November 25, 2009 10:00 AM
Last Edited 1732 days ago

"It is not thought that the US racing operation will be affected by the WSBK switch"

Yeah right. Yosh aint a bunch of dummies. They know when the getting is good. AMA is no place to be after the Frances put their "midas touch" on the series. Shucks even Honda bailed on the AMA Superbike Fiasco...errr I mean Series.

Yosh stepping into WSBK is great news. Hope they help with the 2010 Suzuki's. If so the Suzuki's just got a bunch better.

Hookem

November 25, 2009 10:13 AM
Last Edited 1732 days ago

"Enough to entice Mladin back? Maybe a 2 yr deal?"

I wished that. Someone told me it would be just as likey Suzuki would sign Bob Hope.

Be nice. Matt is a animal. Talk about adding a new deminsion to the 2011 WSBK Series Championship. What a line up.

swift - Unregistered

November 25, 2009 2:25 PM

YOSHIMURA will partecipate in three wsbk rounds with YUKIO KAGAYAMA Australia / Portugal and last one at Magny cours.
And meanwhile Yukio will have to do the BSB.
Thats on all italian websites trough us websites interwiew of big boss YOSHIMURA.

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