WSBK » Fabrizio holds on to end test on top


Jakub Smrz goes fastest in the final World Superbike test session at Phillip Island, but Michel Fabrizio clings on to the best time overall

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bazzab - Unregistered

February 22, 2010 7:10 AM



We know it's only a test but what's up with the R1's ???? i'd like to think there's a lot more to come. JT beating Cal by a lot of places, i was'nt expecting that !! i suppose all will be revealed this weekend !!!!

bazzab - Unregistered

February 22, 2010 8:16 AM

Let's keep Spies out of this if you don't mind. IMO he used wsbk and then jumped ship far too quickly. we will never know how he would have done on this years bike. Until he loses his job and returns to wsbk with cap in hand !!!!!! BTW rumours from a very good source tell me that BS will have the same machinery as Valli and Jorge because he is owned by Yamaha and poor old Edwards will have the satelite bike, Fact !!!!

fan - Unregistered

February 22, 2010 2:51 PM

neither JT or Cal have House to develop that bike.. wait till mid season
Posted by cyclopathic

So Ben only won because of House (is that House MD?)?

The specualtion on Ben and James will be there throughout the entire 2010 campaign. A majority of the Toseland fans believe he is better than Spies, and vise versa for the Spies fan club.

Spies handed over a championship winning bike, much like Bayliss did for Haga in 2009. Comparing the two, IMO, is completely relevent. If the 09 R1 had problems (other than his mech DNF's), Ben did a remarkable job riding around it.

Personally, I hope to see Fab give it to Haga all season, that should tame all of the Shakey fans who feel robbed

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