WSBK » Sykes toasts new contract with stylish win

Tom Sykes holds his nerve as others fall around him in an eventful first World Superbike race to be held in Russia as he dominates ahead of Marco Melandri and Max Biaggi.

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Md Zane - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 11:48 AM

Damn that missed gear? Hey a camera on the bike I think they've realised that Chaz is here to mix it with the big lads,whooping the factory boys again come on aprilia give him a works bike next year and you'll get a world champion.

Well done Tom

Wesley - Unregistered

August 26, 2012 2:24 PM

Jonathan Rea doing his usual knocking off of championship contenders then...

I will still never forgive what he did to Haga (unpunished like every incident he's involved in) to ruin his championship chances. Of course that idiot Fabrizio could have helped out right at the end of that year, but he didn't.

Mick Sterbs - Unregistered

August 27, 2012 1:44 AM

Eurosport couldn't have given Chaz Davies less coverage if they'd tried to regarding race 1.
Great performance by Chaz and the best they can muster is two "acceptances" that "he didn't deliberately cause the incident with Leon Haslam".
Not saying they're actually against him - but they sure don't hide having favourites.
I like Leon Haslam but compare Eurosport coverage of the LH/CD incident with the Sofuoglu/Lowes one...

ex-loko.tkc.exe - Unregistered

August 27, 2012 7:12 PM

i have the chance to see again Haslam - Davies incident,
Davies go long, he return the pace again while Haslam is passing, for me no guilty anyone, but maybe Davies should to let some space...
also Rea - Checa, a little guilty by Rea, he move some to sides while braking i think, and go some outher line while turn, a little touch... dont know but dont look like intention...even in that case... riders shouldnt push soo hard limits in turns...

but, for sure, cheers for Sykesy and Kawasaki!!!

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