WSBK » Lascorz equals Superbikes best on home soil


Joan Lascorz cracks the top five for the second time this season at Motorland Aragon as he capitalises on Kawasaki's improved performance.

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ebaums

June 21, 2011 2:32 PM

He got the point. The main vast progress is the whole race pace and it's easy to see those 2 Kwaks are no slower in second part of each race and they maintain the pace. They finally feel confident in chassis/tyres area. Good to see second rider in Lascorz himself on top. Now Kawasaki has really something to come up with this season and sure Tom and Juan will show it.
The best thing is they dont have Rizla Suzuki PR habits just doing their job and talk WHEN they have results.

Nick636

June 21, 2011 2:42 PM

@ ebaums

Noticed the same. They keep their heads down and keep plugging away.
Best of all, they're level on points with Honda and one point behind Suzuki! Could this be the year they get off the bottom of the log?

Also, to anyone saying they're still going nowhere, their points are 2 shy of their full season tally from 2010. Building steadily and I believe we'll see a lot more of them up front.

Buzz Beurling - Unregistered

June 22, 2011 11:36 AM

they seem to be making slow but efficient progress.

they are both good riders but my money is on lascorz to get better and better...and that's as a fan of sykes...

that zx10 is a beltin bike..they've really done a good job on this kwaker...honda and more so suzuki will be seething and best hope they have some new models on the way as i can see them being left behind...especially suzuki ( and i say that as a suzuki fan ).

The kwak has showed well at the tt and in bsb and british superstock it's absolutely flying..the omens are good..be great to see them back up there.paul bird is no fool.

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