WSBK » WSS: Lowes to make Parkalgar debut at Sunflower


Sam Lowes will make his Parkalgar Honda debut at the Sunflower event this weekend.

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Not Hills fanboy - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 1:19 PM

Aww damn..ellison in Parkalagar? Was hoping he would stay in BSB and win the crown next year. With Easton also riding for Kawasaki PBM at Macau Gp...is this the end of Swan Honda??? really hope thats not the case its one of teams i respect the most in the whole competition.

Gobie - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 1:34 PM

Is this a one off ride by Ellison, in the hope of signing for WSS. No mention yet of Ellison signing officially for Parkalgar in WSS. If he does, it could be the end of Parkalgar, not SWAN. From my understanding, all of Parkalgars money comes from Migual Praia. Should he be relagated to a bolt on 3rd rider behind Lowes and Ellison, I'm wondering how long before it becomes PTR Motorsport (without any sponsorship).

YART - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 2:06 PM

@Gobie

Rumour is that Buckmaster wants to make a second WSS team, as he was hoping to make a superbike team with Eugene Laverty. it looks like Ellison is being lined up for one of the rides in the second team. Praia is all but confirmed to partner Lowes in Parkalgar. Sad though...with Easton racing for PBM it looks like the end of days for Swan. Hope its not the case. Really enjoyed seeing that team this year even thoughr results havnt gone their way.

Greeenr02 - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 3:46 PM

Why do people think that just because Easton is leaving and Ellison might be that Swan Honda are going to disband? just because you lose a couple of riders it dosent mean you lose the team. there are plenty of riders out there that need a ride, e.g. Shane Byrne and James Westmoreland. And that is if Ellison does even leave.

Gobie - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 3:57 PM

Why is someone disagreeing with everything that's said. I was asking a question, not making a statement. Read my comment again if you're confused. Thanks for the info, let's hope it works out for them. I'm available for a ride in the Swan team. I did a 2m 42s around Oulton in 1984. I think I'd be competitive.

tardozzi - Unregistered

October 13, 2010 4:06 PM

dont worry about this lads,easton rides for pbm at the end of the year anyhow at odd races,the sunflower races invite different riders over and often have to fix up /match up bikes and teams,as riders have no bikes , teams to run here ,relentless also usually give some young guy a run out,think they are rolling out the 600ss bikes for a bsb rider,and pbm like to support this event(which is cool),with lowery, and maybe some one else riding the wsbk kwacks,be good to see ellison/lowes round bishopscourt,with the wss hondas,its a relaxed meeting ,but gets very competitive,among the top egos , lol,

D.J - Unregistered

October 14, 2010 8:25 PM

the unflower should be good this year, in the 600 races it will be Jack Kennedy a close second Marshal Neil. and for the superbike it will be laverty and seely. my perdiction

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