WSBK » Smrz ‘100 per cent ready’ to break duck


Jakub Smrz secures his second-career World Superbike pole position on race tyres as he turns his attentions to challenging for his maiden wins.

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Skiwi-1 - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 10:07 AM

I just have that horrible feeling he's forever going to be the would've,could've ,should've guy forever which is a shame as he obviously has speed - but you need more than just that to be a winner..

Luke - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 11:31 AM

Whether its Smrz or Checa? More likely Checa as Smrz rarely puts it together in a race! IT WILL BE A DOUBLE VICTORY FOR DUCATI ! The only reason WSBK's keep going back there is to keep DUCATI HAPPY ! (Also with no Jack & James to give us a bit of a laugh during what are OBVIOUSLY going to be 2 boring processional Ducati victories I think I'll give it a miss! See ya at Misano!

Luke - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 11:32 AM

Whether its Smrz or Checa? More likely Checa as Smrz rarely puts it together in a race! IT WILL BE A DOUBLE VICTORY FOR DUCATI ! The only reason WSBK's keep going back there is to keep DUCATI HAPPY ! (Also with no Jack & James to give us a bit of a laugh during what are OBVIOUSLY going to be 2 boring processional Ducati victories I think I'll give it a miss! See ya at Misano!

jimmy - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 1:23 PM

Smrz needs some good results, because otherwise he'll have difficulties to find a ride for the next season TBH... He was riding 2nd (or 3rd?) in Assen when Aitchison crossed his way (well, it was a 50/50 fault IMHO). And in Donington he was taken down by Checa. So he has a fair piece of a bad luck too...

Mark - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 4:18 PM

I was led to believe the Liberty Effenberg team was put together for Smrz to race in WSBK, its unlikely he'll be without a ride. I wouldn't rule out Liberty Effenberg taking Smrz to Motogp to ride a CRT next year.

Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 4:59 PM

Yeah that's right Luke,

'Its going to be boring'.

And Sykes is on a green Ducati too I suppose?

Its going to be close faught carnage on a dodgy, dusty track with some very fast riders having qualified well below their likley potential.

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