WSBK » POLL: Who has impressed most this season?


Vote for the rider you think has surpassed expectations in this year's World Superbike Championship.

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CletusQWashingMachineIII

August 20, 2010 9:33 PM

Luca Scassa. Better bike, better results. There's a moral there for an enterprising team owner

Johnny Rea. What can Cal Crutchlow do that Johnny Rea can't?

Roger Lee Hayden. Well!? The bloke left the US to chug around at the back of the field on a Pedercini Kawasaki, probably in the hope of learning something and making some new contacts. That's impressive considering he could have got a comfy job in the US if he'd really wanted.

Steve Johnson - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 9:53 PM

Max's strength this season is that he is very patient now. That newer trait combined with his usual smooth and consistent riding makes him very impressive. He used to be very aggressive to the point where he would be over the limits on many aspects of racing.

In 2010 Max Biaggi is a totally different guy than he was in MotoGP, and very competitive this year. He gets my vote.

Phil - Unregistered

August 20, 2010 10:47 PM

Haslam for his start of season consistency, Rea for riding the wheels off a bike that clearly is not the best and Camier for some good rides on a new bike, in a new team and on unknown tracks and Max for being sooooo smooth.

Peter Pan smokes pole!!! - Unregistered

August 21, 2010 12:54 PM

"toseland should concentrate on his band and leave the bike racing to the racers"
You have just proved that you know absolutely nothing about bike racing as you are critisizing a 2 x WSBK Champ.
You, my friend, are a nob!!!

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