WSBK » Kawasaki launches 2013 WSBK title bid


Kawasaki unveils the bike it hopes will spur the manufacturer onto a first World Superbike Championship title since Scott Russell triumphed 20 years ago.

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Frida - Unregistered

January 31, 2013 11:50 PM

Great looking bike, as it usually is to be fair.

I fear without Max to intimidate him that idiot Melandri will win the title this year.

But wouldn't it be great if this team won it.

At this stage of the year it's nice being able to imagine it.

C'mon Sykes! Keep up that forms you showed last year.

Baz seems quite nice on Twitter. Friendly and respectful to other riders, so don't mind him doing well either.

And the headlights look great

Team Greem - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 4:23 AM

Love the livery! Was hoping for the all black test colors or all white w/ green but its pleasing. The seat is long ... But if its suited to the success of riders Tom & Loris then God Speeeeeeed!

rod99 - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 9:58 AM

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW

That was worth the hyped up wait.

Soooooo different to last year, if you want attention for the brand do something different.

Convert one to the world most dangerous motox bike or a factory zx10 quad,just as a PR thing something people can actually find interesting.

"Unveil the new livery", zzzzzzzzzzz

Could unveil a plan to not go like a loon at the start of a race, have some confidence in your race pace and save your tyre's, thats a better thing to unveil.

shamarone

February 01, 2013 3:00 PM

re: "Kawasaki unveils the bike it hopes will spur the manufacturer onto a first World Superbike Championship title since Scott Russell triumphed 20 years ago."

re: "With Kawasaki's last World Superbike title coming with Scott Russell in 1993, Kawasaki Motors Europe director Shigemi Tanaka is optimistic that Provec's exceptional debut year in 2012 will spur them onto even greater success in 2013."

crash and k-heavy pick up what S1 first threw down. good job. oh, you're welcome.

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