WSBK » Laverty positive after curing electronic issue

Eugene Laverty is seeking a return to the World Superbike podium having found a cure for the electronics problem that has hindered him in recent races.

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ha ha ? one to fuel the conspiracy guys on here! found the old electric bug/issue thats been there for 3 races,and nobody believed him? and thought the gap to max was just rider ability, i wonder how many posts it will take for someone to mention leon interesting to see how close he gets to max this weekend,or ?


June 27, 2012 3:13 PM

For me one of the dissappointments of the season. I really thought he would be a title contender. I don't know if there is something going on in the team, but if he doesn't get some results his reputation will be tarnished.

Billy - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 7:46 PM

Eugene and Phil along with Michael Laverty had identified the problem after Silverstone but could not convince Aprilia until now that it was an anti wheelie problem. Good to see Aprilia have opened their ears.

overrated - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 10:48 PM

Max is making this guy look decidedly average....all the Brit fans on this website are convinced that Aprilia are holding him back..ridiculous...Max is just world class and has always thrashed every teamate he's ever had, that includes being at yamaha, honda and suzuki, so did they hold his teamates back as we'll??? Get a over it....laverty and camier will be back in BSB before you can say BSB.....

the govner - Unregistered

June 28, 2012 9:26 AM

Id love to meet you darren out in the open away from the safety of your computer screen
& slap the livin ****e out of you the way your mother should have, you biggot key board warrior!!

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