WSBK » Lascorz making progress in Malaysia


The Spaniard is still in recovery from the injuries sustained in his Silverstone accident, but says he is close to full fitness now.

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Mart247 - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 11:37 AM

Sykes must be laughing. One team mate who's unable to walk or ride for more than a day over 4 days (CV), and the other who's also making sounds he's still not fit (JL). A good start for Tom and the backing and parts will go his way. And rightly so. For a team who've made lots of noises about how good the bike will be, I'd have thought they'd get at least 2 fit jockies to showcase it !

kwikkwak

January 16, 2011 1:50 PM

Once Joan gets back to full fitness and becomes better accustomed to a Superbike he will be one to watch for sure.He has a natural talent and he will be in amongst it during a few of the races this year.

Dale Hylton

January 16, 2011 1:58 PM

Not too many riders come back from really big accidents truly 100% as fast.
I suppose he is young & still has a lot to achieve, so that might motivate him ... but we'll see if the accident did permanent damage.

........... - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 2:28 PM

Lascorz pulled the fastest lap ever at the Autopolis on the new ZX10R and he was less fit then. He sure is fast and one to watch this year!

I wish all 3 of them good luck!

........... - Unregistered

January 16, 2011 2:28 PM

Lascorz pulled the fastest lap ever at the Autopolis on the new ZX10R and he was less fit then. He sure is fast and one to watch this year!

I wish all 3 of them good luck!

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