WSBK » Liberty at Donington Park, but no Effenbert?


Effenbert Liberty Racing's displeasure in the wake of a chaotic race day at Monza looks set to continue to Donington Park with the suggestion it won't run Effenbert backing.

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wardy47 - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 6:39 AM

it would be a great Los to wsbk if they pull out sylvain as done so much with the bike and now it all ducati track and he can give checa a run for he's money, the liberty team make the racing exciting to watch again , there just a privat team no factory support what can you say but great job lads , I'm Sylvains uncle and very proud of him, good luck for dono bro I no you will bring the silver home as this track is one he like very much

TD - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 7:33 AM

Its nonsence. Liberty is a company that owns Effenbert and is owned by the same people who runs the WSBK team. Ergo the team, Liberty and Effenbert is owned by the ame people so why would they stop supporting their own squad?

Ben1

May 09, 2012 7:57 AM

The lack of Effenbert backing, whatever that means, will only affect the team, surely not wsbk in whole. They will miss another advertising opportunity (although they get much notice by news like this). I don't know what is their aim, maybe they should just stay quiet like everyone other.
As for pulling out, it wouldn't only be a loss to the championship, but a big disrespect to the riders too, especially Guintoli who is fighting for wins and top championship position.

. - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 8:44 AM

I think/hope this is just someone thinking outside the box in thier marketing department, this row has kept their name in the press alot more than normal since releasing thier displeasure at the organisers publicly.

Dangleberry - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 8:53 AM

Are they protesting because they started the 2nd race without Guintoli whose bike had broken down on the warm up? If so then what do they expect? The organisers cannot wait to start the race everytime a bike breaks down - see the MGP in Jerez where one of the Avinitia bikes had to start from pit after stalling. Looks like they have got dellusions of granduer just because they won one race and had a pole.

hotrijder7 - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 9:32 AM

Pirelli messing up at WSBK Monza round, and now it seems maybe F1 and it would appear Bridgestone are supplying a tyre that's causing chatter and ruining the races for riders and a lot of teams in MotoGP.

I'm begining to think if the one make tyre rule in these championships has run its course.

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