WSBK » WSBK Assen: Laverty defeats Sykes for Assen victory


Aprilia's Eugene Laverty leaves it late to deny Tom Sykes a double win at Assen, while Loris Baz completes the podium for Kawasaki.

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Gilles

April 28, 2013 6:05 PM

@John, Wow! What are you talking about? It is comments like this that we can do without. It has nothing to do with your own nationalistic paranoia but all to do with TV timings. Very disappointed I have to say.

prof-x - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 6:54 PM

Lets be fair, they did pick up on the podiums right after the anthem despite hearing them talk for a few good minutes, its not like they were on commercial break, if they wanted to broadcast the anthem and the full podium ceremony they probably could have but chose not to. Kind of a shame dont you think. Good to know Eugene isn't hauling that jack on his back, imo, nice to see something different.

RocketR1

April 28, 2013 7:48 PM

Anyone who doesnt think there is any English rider Favortism during their Broadcast isnt watching the same Races,It doesn't really bother me but it does seem that Sykes,Rea,Haslem and Davis can't put a wheel wrong according to the announcers.
Like to see a Frenchman winner all myself!! LoL

racing or politics? - Unregistered

April 28, 2013 9:39 PM

Yikes, there was some great racing today and all most people can talk about is the reaction to an Irish whinger and how they didn't broadcast the National Anthem due to timing! Why doesn't he congratulate Eugene on a brilliant ride? That's not important is it? They just didn't show the national Anthem!!!

Get a life mate.

Well done Eugene and Tom!

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