WSBK » 2013 WSBK grid taking shape ahead of test

Max Biaggi's retirement and Ducati's move to Team Alstare brings some certainties to a 2013 World Superbike line up that is otherwise shrouded in unknowns...

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November 13, 2012 1:49 PM

"Sylvain Guintoli is highly expected to join Eugene Laverty in place of Biaggi."

Yeah right, and a week ago 8 out of 10 cats who expressed an opinion were predicting that Guinters would join Ducati.


November 13, 2012 2:24 PM

@ mattbloke

Thanks. That's exactly what I was trying to say, just not quite as elequently.

@ RSmick

Looks like you MAY just have been wrong/.....

@ TD

That is very interesting. Where you hear that?


November 13, 2012 2:46 PM

Nick with all due respect you have not provided proof that they are fitted with starter motors. Matts explanation is feasible but as I say it needs a hell of a lot more of a battery to move a HC engine than runs an electronics package even for a few seconds. Ever wonder why your car lights will work or will run but the starter motor won't turn?
I could easily sign in as someone else and say "WSB bikes do not run with starter motors"

All of this is pretty irrelevant as you keep saying because WSB does not have confirmed participants as yet and its getting late. The WSB as a business is just not the model all the so called race fans believe it is.

And realfan of what, I can see your posts being registered and like I say shows a lot, except of course the fact you have been all over the world watching races.


November 13, 2012 3:24 PM

All hail rsmick, the fountain of knowledge.
Would you care to give us mere simpletons an insight into your glorious world of knowledge that clearly cannot be matched by the crash masses.
I'm waiting.................

Boo - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 3:26 PM

Re: Effenbert, I'd heard something about entering either BMWs or Aprilias in 2013 and they did put a post on FB suggesting as such (though, just like their press statements, it didn't make a huge amount of sense).

Sadly, what they say and what they do have been very different in the last 10 months or so!

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