WSBK » High five for Sykes as rivals falter

The Kawasaki rider flexes his Superpole muscles again to dominate by seven tenths of a second, ahead of Jonathan Rea and the impressive Ayrton Badovini.

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python - Unregistered

June 09, 2012 3:35 PM

I don't know if the tire wear problem is Sykes' style or just the nature of the Kaw, but when it comes to qualifying, that man can really get around the track!!Tom already has more points this year than all of last year and by tomorrow night he may be leading the world championship. Quite an improvement from last year. A lot of guys behind him in the standings probably wish they could be "one lap wonders"!!!

jimbob - Unregistered

June 09, 2012 3:52 PM

Sykes is definately not a one lap wonder otherwise he would'nt be tying on points for 2nd place in the championship after 6 rounds (12 races)don't you think.

Have a feeling that If JR can get past Tom early on the race tyres then he will disappear,especially from lap 10 onwards,Tom will then get caught by Leon H Checa,Biaggi and MM,alternatively,Tom+the team have maybe set the bike up for race distance and HE will do a disappearing act.....either way,it's gonna be fierce craic...

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