WSBK » Elias: I want to stay in World Superbikes

Following an eye-catching switch to the series during the latter stages of 2013, former Moto2 champion Toni Elias says he wants to stay in World Superbikes for 2014.

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Dean Dean

November 05, 2013 2:15 AM

Elias would be a credit to WSBK, he can excel on any machine that takes his fancy. That is the point, his head goes down when all is not what it could and should be, but he certainly seemed more than happy on that 'second string' RSV4. Remembering that he's barely 30yrs old, has beaten the very best at the very highest levels, it'd be great to see him on something that he's really happy to rag around the worlds best circuits...I'm up for watching it, that's for sure :)


November 12, 2013 12:59 AM

Toni is my fave Rider (#24). I've supported him since my first introduction of MotoGP (2 and 125s). I was fortunate enough to meet him in Phillip Island during his final season with MotoGP team LCR Honda. His last 4 rounds with Red Devils has been awesome - especially a final race 4th place! All for them to re-sign him for next year!!! Heck if he stays with Aprilia he could returned to MotoGP in a couple of years with the Factory Team (2016 they've announced)! I've also now started buyin Aprilia gear!!!

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