WSBK » Neukirchner gets German SBK outing


The German rider looks for a confidence boost on the domestic scene in an effort to improve his World Superbike results.

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dick - Unregistered

August 18, 2010 11:14 AM

What's crafty Mike? They would be within their rights to hire Assen for a day and test with their SBK bike.

He will not be riding his world bike and will be on Dunlops. So not really a test, just a one off race.

dick - Unregistered

August 18, 2010 1:22 PM

Ten Kate's money comes from selling customer bikes. I am sure they are treating it as a test for some customer bike parts, as a PR excerice at their home race and a chance for Max to convince them to keep him next year.

Personally I think he will saty with them next year - but move to supersport.

Dean Dean

August 18, 2010 2:52 PM
Last Edited 1524 days ago

Says to me that Ronald TK may think his WSB 'problems' are more a psychological issue with Max despite comments about the bike being 'hard work'...give him a run out on a superior bike ( I don't believe he'll be on a customer spec machine ) on a familiar track in a lesser championship, gives him his confidence back to perform well and perhaps this'll rub off on his WSB efforts ?? Just idle thoughts.
Edit: Forgot to add that the timing can't be by chance,the chances are that next years contract will be greatly dependant upon his performances in Assen..he's too much a risk for next season otherwise,he can run at the front again and show them he still has it,make or break time Max !

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