WSBK » Liberty to reorganise, commits to WSBK


Liberty Racing reaffirms its commitment to the World Superbike Championship despite confirming it won't be part of the series' first visit to Russia.

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theoddthing - Unregistered

August 16, 2012 11:20 AM

the odd thing is if this team just kept 2 bikes instead of 4 the team would not be so crapy know this team might just have been to ambitious for the budget they actualy have such a shame

Vilas

August 16, 2012 11:58 AM

His biggest sponsor is a brand of Beer, how did They wanted the people to walk organized .. they walk is all drunks! Either way I do not know what is the problem with the GP of Russia? will be a great event for sure, a new track for all teams a different environment will be excellent..

Boo - Unregistered

August 16, 2012 12:12 PM

The way I see it, Effenbert have aspirations of being synonymous with motorsport as Red Bull and Monster are. Whether that's delusional or not, you get the impression Effenbert are attempting to throw its weight around with Infront by giving them exactly what they need - more bikes on the grid, big investment, visible sponsorship - but only for something in return.

It's probably why they were so critical after Monza and it's telling that Effenbert have repeatedly mentioned the word 'value' - they want to buy their success.

Have they pulled their 3 bikes at the one 2012 round WSBK are looking to impress out of spite? Not sure, but Effenbert seem to trying to play Infront, but Infront don't seem interested...

Tetley

August 16, 2012 1:11 PM

Guintoli must be thanking his lucky etoiles that he got out before the team imploded. You could almost say they did him a favour!
Liberty do more double-speak than Ecclestone and Ron Dennis put together, but their announcements are too transparent as they try unsuccessfully to disguise their imminent collapse.
The great shame is that the team were actually doing very well, and now riders and mechanics look like being out of employment (or at the very least, unpaid).

shamarone

August 16, 2012 2:44 PM

re: "The Liberty Racing Team continues in its commitment to motorsport not only animated by the desire to obtain significant performance results but also investing in an increasingly profitable and targeted way, thus building its future by analysing and improving its present with care and foresight."

what...?

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