WSBK » Sykes raises pressure with strong Q1 pace


Kawasaki's Tom Sykes sends out a warning signal to World Superbike title rival Max Biaggi as he paces Q1 at Magny-Cours by almost half a second.

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PatrickD

October 05, 2012 10:06 PM

I might be slightly biased in my support of Tom, but who in their right mind thinks that Max 'deserves' this? He's been absent for several rounds, and has profited hugely from the downfall of others. Tom's the man for the people, in the class of racing with the greatest diversity. Go Tom! If he gets it, it's entirely on merit, nothing to do with preferred status. And for Juan too!

darren - Unregistered

October 05, 2012 11:21 PM

Well patrick i think max deserves first hes my fav rider 2nd he has the most point and third he is the best rider tom gd guy but not in the league as max

G - Unregistered

October 06, 2012 11:33 AM

C'mon get your head out of the clouds guys, sure Tom is good but Max is a multiple world champion, if Tom becomes a multiple champion, he will then be in Max's league, Max is 41 ffs and about to be A SIX TIME WORLD CHAMPION, if Tom is half as successful as Max in his life then he too will be considered world class.

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