WSBK » First Yoshimura shipment arrives at Crescent


"John [Hopkins] rode the last three BSB rounds with no feeling in the part of the finger he's now had cut off and did pretty well, so we expect that he'll be right on it" - Jack Valentine.

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GSX-R - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 1:15 PM

Samsung should have carried on with them, but still hope they won't run out of money because of its absence. I am excited to see this years total WSBK line up. It's very tough to judge the contender. Hoping for Hopper's best.

TD - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 3:38 PM

This is the future of WSBK! Great private team in cooperation with experienced tuning company. I hope they can give those factory teams a run for the championschip...It would be great and realy motivational for the other privateers. Cant wait to see them on the track.

SUZOOK - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 4:08 PM

This news is whetting my appetite for the WSBK season. What a gorgeous looking end can! Yoshi are world famous for producing innovative exhaust designs and top quality workmanship. I'm keen to slap eyes on the livery of the Crescent machines and their bespoke exhaust systems.The Suzukis should give a great account of themselves because Yoshimura certainly know how to release horses from motors that they develop for a specific purpose.I'm curious to know how the GSX-R's will stack up against the factory teams. I suspect that they will cause quite a few eyebrows to be raised and could even grab a couple of wins and podiums.Hopper already feels "at home" on the Gixxer while Camier simply loves the feel of his new steed.

Mr Logic - Unregistered

January 24, 2012 10:46 PM

@ SUZOOK
IS BIG JACK V YOUR MATE
THE (Yoshimura pipes look good)

THEY PROBABLY SOUND GOOD TOO BUT DO THEY WORK.?

VALES DUCATI LOOKED GOOOOOD AND WENT LIKE S**T.

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