WSBK » Rules announcement sparks WSBK silly season


Marco Melandri on an Aprilia? MV Agusta stepping up to Superbikes? Eugene Laverty heading to MotoGP? The 2014 World Superbike season is just getting underway...

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MikeyM

September 07, 2013 4:40 PM

Should be good if more teams get involved which means more young talent from the lower classes get their chance at the WSBK level and the step back with all the electronics and insane mods should be good. Its proved for great close racing in BSB so in theory it should be perfect for WSBK.

I also do hope that Rea and Laverty get a shot at Motogp as well as Sykes and Chaz in the near future.
We need more Brits moving to the top so the Spanish don't take over completely.

shamarone

September 08, 2013 1:28 AM
Last Edited 418 days ago

re: "in theory it should be perfect for WSBK"

yeah, perfect for ezpelata and his real focus... MotoGP.

re: "We need more Brits moving to the top so the Spanish don't take over completely."

too late.

RSMick

September 09, 2013 9:28 AM
Last Edited 417 days ago

It does ok in superstock where its only allowed three!

They should ditch the Flamini one bike rule in WSB, that doesn't save anything they have plenty back in the truck and get rid of crazy pit stops and return to swapping bikes (which WSB never had to use).

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