WSBK » Fabrizio steps it up despite foot agony


Michel Fabrizio enjoys one of his best World Superbike weekends of the season with a run to fourth place in both races at Brno.

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96 Star - Unregistered

July 11, 2011 11:00 AM

I think Fabrizio has done an admirable job so far in the one-bike Suzuki team. People used to slate him when he rode a Ducati but he was fast then and he is still fast now.

SUZOOK - Unregistered

July 11, 2011 3:57 PM

I'm pleased that the Suzuki is still holding its own against machinery that have far greater resources at their disposal. I'm convinced that the Gixxer will be a regular winner and podium finisher with the right type of backing from the factory. I hope Suzuki redouble their efforts next year and run a two man team. Fabrizio should be retained because he's performing more than adequately. If Hopper doesn't make the move into MotoGP than Alstare should look no further. He is already acquainting himself with the GSX-R in BSB. His only stumbling block would be having to learn new tracks again. C'mon Suzuki! The bike has enormous potential and is just waiting to have it unlocked before the new model arrives.

RawDawg

July 11, 2011 4:54 PM

Suzuki just squanders opportunities.

They had Leon last year who was a winner and all they had to do was give him some backing to have a good title push. This year, Fab is leading the charge and would be a regular podium contender if only he had more support.

For guys to be pushing the front on this unsupported bike shows the huge potential that has been wasted. This bike should be fighting for podiums week in and week out.

Mates29 - Unregistered

July 14, 2011 12:06 AM

Suzuki off pace,tough years,when?Haslam finished 2nd in last year standings and this year,i would say the bike is very good,but Fab is suffering from low starting positons.

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