WSBK » Effenbert Liberty set to reveal 2013 WSBK plans?

Contrary to expectations, Effenbert Liberty Racing drops the hint that it will continue in the World Superbike Championship next season.

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RickyHaych - Unregistered

November 17, 2012 11:54 AM

Bunch of jokers or not WSBK needs the numbers.

Not going to be the most popular team the way they've treated their riders but still welcome to make the numbers up!


November 17, 2012 1:47 PM

if they want to race then they can produce their bank accounts to show they can afford it, the way they treated riders last year was appalling even if they weren't producing the goods, Guintoli proved his worth when he won his first race for PATA, McCormack deserves a ride but with the euro zone crisis can this second rate outfit produce the goods i doubt it, Perhaps MV AUGUSTA might let them have a bike but i cannot see the main manufacturers even considering it. Go race some where else we pay good money for tickets and want to see commitment not surly idiots who have temper tantrums and run off

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