WSBK » ‘Right direction’ for buoyant Davies

Chaz Davies says he is developing a 'really good feeling' for his bike after making a step forward on the BMW S1000RR during testing at Jerez.

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aeaventures - Unregistered

January 26, 2013 2:16 PM

A dark horse for some success during the coming season, he will start steady and bring it on and by the last third of the year will be challenging for podiums for sure as long as he stays healthy, good luck to Chaz19


January 26, 2013 8:03 PM

Chas has adapted well and ridden well every bike he's thrown a leg over. He works hard, and previous seasons suggest he's good on tyre longevity, and generally goes forward toward the end of races, not back.

Its an ominous sign for the rest of the filed if he's getting a handle on that BMW already.

What out for Chas, he's coming! He's mentally tough, so Melandri won't rattle Chas. Question is - will Melandri get rattled by Chas if Chas is on the same pace?

prof-x - Unregistered

January 28, 2013 10:29 PM

Chaz has his work cut out for him, dont forget Dosoli is still running the team :) Expect Marco to get first priority, hes got last year to make up for too. I think Sykes is gonna be even harder to beat this year though. Should be interesting to see whose getting the best out of the tires by the end of the first round.

Penelpoe Pitstop - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 5:49 PM

YAHOO CHAZ!!!! This boy has been one of my faves for some time now. He's beeen around in 125s, 250s, AMA, WSS (and became WC), and now WSB. He jumped on the tricky Aprilia (after ParkNGo changed their minds last year over a Ducati at the last minute before the season started)and made it do his bidding, and in a satelite outfit at that! He's got what it takes to succeed and he will be a contender for wins from half way through the season - mark my words......

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