WSBK » Haslam ponders title challenge with Suzuki


Leon Haslam believes the Suzuki's 'all-round package' will enable him to challenge for the 2010 World Superbike Championship

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Tiger terry - Unregistered

January 25, 2010 1:09 PM

Leon will surprise quite a few again this season, the guy is a top level rider. Just needs to keep it pinned first half of season as notoriously slow starter. Still don't believe the suzuki will be any good against the honda and ducati but you never know. For me easily better than Johnny Rea who will be totally out of control again next year with the mistaken bilief that he is the new spies.

farmer giles

January 25, 2010 2:01 PM

Haslam was good from the off last season, looks like he might have got rid of the early season blues at last.

Don't see why the Gixer shouldn't be competetive, seems to have the speed anyway.

Go Leon!

Bliz - Unregistered

January 25, 2010 9:49 PM

I became a Leon Haslam fan last season. The guy is fast and comes off very humble about it all. I'll be rooting for him a Suzuki. I'm optimistic that the screaming gixxer can save some rear tire for the end of the race.

Locks46&91

January 26, 2010 4:32 AM

Leon Haslam will be WSB champion this season.All this rubbish about the Dukes turning the other Cylinder on is just childish banter.Haga blew his last chance last year and Fabrizio is too incosistant.The Susuki has always been a good bike it just needed a good rider with the skills and knowledge to develop it.They now have that rider.Has anyone thought why Suzuki didn,t offer the bike to Vermulan.Obviously they didn,t rate him that highly.He might crash a few times but watch out for Crutchlow.Haslam to Moto GP with Suzuki in 2011.

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