WSBK » Lundh, Grotzkyj to Pedercini Kawasaki for 2013?


Alexander Lundh and Simone Grotzkyj are identified as Pedercini Kawasaki's top picks for the 2013 World Superbike Championship.

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Ben1

November 15, 2012 6:57 AM

They had Corti in the last race, who took this team's best result of the year, and they have Bryan Staring. Yet they want Lundh and Grotzkyj for a full year. Maybe the bike is not the worst in the field, but their ununderstandable rider choice makes them the weakest link.

Nick636

November 15, 2012 7:27 AM

@ Ben1

My thoughts exactly.
When is Bryan Staring going to get fed up of this??? If I were him I'd pack my bags and look elsewhere. Also, Corti was a revelation on that bike!

If they didn't want those, I would still pick Sheridan Morais over either Lundh OR Grotzkyj.

Their choices make NO sense whatsoever!!!

jimmy - Unregistered

November 15, 2012 7:58 AM

Corti will ride a CRT bike alongside Edwards. And for Lundh and Grotzky... they just have money. Pedercini's always been a team of pay riders. Otherwise I think they could be a regular top 10 finishers, I don't think their bikes are much worse than the 'factory' Motorcard effort.

Nick636

November 15, 2012 12:08 PM

@ whomever is desperately hitting "disagree"

If you honestly think a second rate 125/Moto3 rider and a WAAAYYY less-than-stellar Moto2 rider are going to cut it in WSBK, think again... This will be a terrible season for Pedercini... If I were Kawasaki I would intervene. As they give Pedercini a good bike to work with, they slap these budget busters on them?

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