WSBK » Toseland will be happy – and fast – in WSBK

Cal Crutchlow and Troy Corser predict that not only will MotoGP refugee James Toseland be far happier back in the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) again in 2010 - but he will also be on the leading pace right from the word 'go'

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info@ - Unregistered

December 29, 2009 4:48 PM

And what do you know, you have never been in it either or worlds sbk or wss, and if you have then you would get beaten by cal. We know you like spies which is great, so does everyone but your comments are a joke and i am sure cal knows more than you


December 29, 2009 5:04 PM

I'm no expert, but I agree with Cal & Troy. Let's not forget that Toesland has two world championships!! Last time I checked they don't just hand those out. He'll be one of the top riders. If not this year, than next... but it WILL happen.


December 29, 2009 5:44 PM
Last Edited 2314 days ago

I hope he does well. And I cannot express in words how happy I am not to log on here and have to see the James Toseland glamor shots.

And as for this statement.

"He'll be one of the top riders. If not this year, than next... but it WILL happen."

I think the time is now. I cannot see Yamaha keeping James around if he does not challenge for the WSBK Superbike Championship for 2010.

We are certainly going to see what James Toseland is all about next year. He really has no excuses not to perform. I for one think he will be fast. But you guys gotta admit the WSBK field is full of fast guys. Haga, Biaggia, Fabrizio, Rae just to name a few.


Marc - Unregistered

December 29, 2009 6:01 PM

Good luck to JT in WSB. While he may not have been great in the tests it's too early to say if he'll do well or not. Plus he's on a proven bike that's obviously competitive so he should be in the mix up-there with the Ducati boys and Max B on his Aprilia. Hopefully Honda, Suzuki and Kawi we'll be up toward the front as well next year. It should be an even better and more competitive season than this past season.

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