WSBK » Brilliant Baz stamps mark on WSBK


Loris Baz dedicates his success to Joan Lascorz as he braves it out against more experienced opposition to win in only his sixth World Superbike outing.

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shamarone

August 06, 2012 6:29 PM

ok so how tall is baz...? 6-5"...? 6-10"...? 7-1"...? taller then camier...? taller then xaus...? good to see frenchmen come good. might finally have worthy successors to roche, chambon, laconi, etc. just add RDP to foret, guintoli, and cluzel and it'd be a full-on french renaissance in worldsupers.

blah - Unregistered

August 07, 2012 8:40 AM

Kawasaki is suffering from sucking for so long. No hope of getting any top riders when there is such a long history of making uncompetetive bikes. Now that they have the fastest bike on a single lap and at least the 2nd fastest over race distance (BMW is better), people still don't give credit to Kawasaki for making a proper bike. Instead they think the riders have magically improved to compete with the top guys...

Its the same as in F1 where people think Perez, Senna/Maldodo have magically developed into top drivers when the reality is that Williams/Sauber have managed to make a top car which hasn't happened for years.

ex-loko.tkc.exe - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 1:19 PM

Kawasaki do a good job this year, but also Sykes do their thing try to help,
in any case, Kawasaki, Sykes, (also Lascorz),
and now Baz, every one do a good job and deserve
stay cool...

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