WSBK » Haslam satisfied after 'inconsistent' bike issues


Haslam shrugs off problems with his Suzuki Alstare to make it onto the second row of the grid at Misano

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binza - Unregistered

June 26, 2010 9:06 PM

I do hope this not the end of Haslam's title chances, he seems to have had a lot more issues during the last couple of rounds & he doesn't have the factory support that Biaggi has.

Phil - Unregistered

June 26, 2010 9:25 PM

Agreed, Suzuki should switch some of their resources from the pathetic Moto GP effort to WSB, where not only were they winning races, but were leading the c/ship.

Graham B. - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 1:29 AM

Suzuki should just pull out of MGP altogether, I just can't see why they bother to compete. We're nearing a decade of the four stroke era and they have done **** all without the help of KR Jnr and Hopkins. No disrespect to Capirex, he's a great rider, but Suzuki can't build a good GP bike anymore. They're a bit of a joke amongst many fans lately, if they withdrew and concentrated on WSB for a while they might actually open a can of whoop a55, and gather their thoughts. Can't believe Denning Hasn't been sacked actually.

Good luck to Haslam for the races.

675 - Unregistered

June 27, 2010 1:50 AM

Exactly!

Quit MotoGP & focus on building the most powerful superbike for the streets, Suzuki!

I'm no fanboy. I'll buy the best superbike from any make.

Locks46+91+38&2

June 27, 2010 3:45 PM

Have to say i fully agree with all the comments on here regarding the Suzuki factory. Infact they almost seem complimentary.What an absolute disgrace to leave Alstare to get on with it unaided.They are almost carrying that bike on their back.If against all the odds they manage to win the title you can be sure Suzuki will be there at the front to reap the benefit with the publicity. And Honda shouldn't be let off the hook either they are almost as bad with Ten Kate.Kawasaki might be struggling at the moment but atleast they are having ago and also looking to next Season. It must be demoralising to watch Aprilia just walking away. But fair play to them they did what they needed to do to win.

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