WSBK » Sykes 'quietly confident' of Monza repeat

Tom Sykes, Joan Lascorz and Chris Vermeulen head to Monza with high expectations following Kawasaki's results there in 2010.

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May 06, 2011 7:40 AM

Gotta agree with gixxer on this one, a MONSTER engine.

Would love to see them have the upper hand on pace, as that's usually what the kwaks do REALLY well.

Think both Sykes and Lascorz have the chance for a podium, but I'm a kwak fan, I always hope for the best.

Don't think this will be Sykes' best chance of the year though, his races at Imola last year were MUCH more impressive, leading for over ten laps in both races and leading well.

Come on Tom, time to kickstart this year!

Constantinos - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 9:13 PM

Now lets see who was right...
The whole team has to retire,they must be ashamed!!!
I remember Sykes saying that he was grateful to have a seat this year.He must be the first to leave.
Vermeulen is from australia but people from this proud country have the guts to say "i cant do it any more".
Lascorz must return to 600.He cannot ride a bike this powerfull.
Laverty can.
Finally, the factory has to leave the superbikes and focus on the 600.
There is something wrong over there,they knew what the s1000rr was about and the new ZX is 15ps down...
It is a shame.

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