WSBK » Checa shows early intentions in FP1

The Spaniard needs just three points to secure the 2011 World Superbike Championship title for the first time.

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jimbob - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 1:32 PM

You are typical of someone that has little understanding with your comments, the Kawasaki is only just becoming a very good bike because of the excellent rider that is putting it where it is at this moment which of course is Tom Sykes and as well as developing the bike pretty much on his own this year he's doing a terrific job riding it, equally as good as Melandri or De Puniet could and probably better.
I just hope that he is riding the bike next year to prove to all just how good he really is.

Pizdoff - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 1:55 PM

I know all the arguments but I still can't help feeling sympathy for Xaus.

I wonder if was kitted out with the electronics Jonathan Rea's got?
... Mind you I've always tagged Xaus as best suited to a non-electronics era, so it maybe wouldn't make much difference.

moms apple pie - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 4:07 PM

Well sykes has got the fastest bike in a straight line so its about time he done something with it,but his problem is he rushes in to corners on the brakes then is slow through and out of the corner,this is why Rea and Haga are able to drive right underneath him at Imola,then when his front tyre has worn because of all the late braking he has no more aces up his sleeve and starts to go backwards,hopefully he will learn and change his riding style,then become fast all race not just a handful of laps.(dont criticize me-the BSB riders said this about Tom also)

Nick636 - Unregistered

September 30, 2011 4:30 PM

Would love to know Where these trolls have suddenly come up with this myth that the kwak has the best straight line speed. Have you people not been watchin this reason? Consistently, fastest have been aprilia and yam. Watch monza and aragon. Today has been yam and bmw. Also because max's bike's not here. Note. The bigger number means faster speed! Though i guess you probably know more about motorcycle racing than sykes. Maybe you should be riding...

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