WSBK » Super Sykes makes it a fantastic four


Tom Sykes and Leon Haslam set an excellent pace in Superpole at Donington Park to claim a British 1-2, with Marco Melandri and Max Biaggi completing the front row.

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Pizdoff - Unregistered

May 12, 2012 3:58 PM

Well done Sykesey.....

In other news, whilst Haslam puts in a sub 128 lap for second the camera treats us to images of Biaggi riding into pit lane, Biaggi talking to pit crew...

6 riders on track, 5 Brits, and the sycophantic cork soakers follow Biaggi having a tyre put in.

Is Aprilia Italian for if you can't get pole bung money at Eurosprout to video Biaggi going for a wa......
..sh?

Vilas Terror - Unregistered

May 12, 2012 4:14 PM

One New Team and for sure New improvements on Electronics and Balance make the Ninja one competitive bike but Tom makes much of that diference, is worcking with Kawa since 2010 and this new motivacions and improvements make him have new atitude and what we can say is on fire at the moment and maybe this will inspired Kawasaki for the Title this year still a lot to go on this Champ.. But has a Kawa Fan we have wait for so Long to wach the Green on Top... All hope for great race tomorow Go TOM

Mason

May 12, 2012 5:19 PM

sykes has been getting better all the time on the kwak, maybe birdy wasn't running the team right and now that the factory have taken over, the better people are running the team.

just shows if the rider fits the bike it goes well. sykes was awfull on the yam as team-mate to spies, glad he's doing well :)

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