WSBK » Yakhnich Motorsport reiterates WSBK intentions

Ahead of its home round of the World Supersport Championship in Russia, Yakhnich Motorsport says it is still evaluating a move into the Superbike class for next season.

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July 17, 2013 12:32 PM

Yes, would be good to see Yamaha back. Though without Sam Lowes perhaps, as I believe he's favouring a move to Moto2.

Which would be the right decision IMO, as WSBK is currently a dead end as regards a career progression to MotoGP.


July 18, 2013 4:04 AM

Hey Crash,

On a different note - but WSS all the same!!

No news as to why some of Sofuoglu's team is flying home before the weekend. Big story is some haven't been paid. Thought this Mahi Indian team was cashed up.


July 18, 2013 2:10 PM

Hopefully see bigger grids next season should be exciting to watch, I was originally against the evo spec rules but looks like it shouldn't 'dunb' down the championship too much and good on Sam for wanting to move up.

All I would say is stick with WSBK , moto2 is the dead end route, unless your on a Kalex your lost and you risk getting swallowed up by spaniards anyway, then if you do go into motogp you have no chance of beating the "aliens" anyway

Bring the R1 back to WSBK and enjoy good exciting racing then you could maybe 'do a crutchlow'

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