WSBK » Sykes prepares for latest winter test at Aragon

'Testing itself is something I always look forward to, just to keep myself up to speed and get to know the bike even better as it develops' - Tom Sykes

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November 12, 2013 6:14 PM

Really cool pic. Now that Tom finally has that championship under his belt I think he will be even better than last year. I hope Kawasaki keeps up the support. He's going to hard to beat in 2014.

On another note, and this is the last time I'll bring it up, but I would have loved to see Nicky Hayden as his teammate for next year. With the two of them odds would favor Kawasaki winning the manufactures title.


November 12, 2013 6:49 PM

Tom and the ZX10R is clearly the favorite to win the manufacturers and riders championship. I just do not see any other riders out there who is capable in winning against Tom. Behind that grin is a vicious smile and in the past 2 seasons Tom has demonstrated his ability to battle.


November 13, 2013 8:44 AM

And here we are, stuck in the inevitable wait until Feb 2014.

I am so amped for next season, Baz will make HUGE strides as he did from last year to this. This should push Kawasaki into better contention for Manufacturers. Sykes just goes on and on showing the haters how wrong they were. I can only REALISTICALLY see Marco on the Aprilia worrying them at all. Maybe Guinters if he catches a break.


November 13, 2013 2:28 PM

If no manufacturer offers Tom a competitive ride in MotoGP it is best he stays in SBK and win as many championships as possible for the green machine. Who knows. He might even win many more and actually beat Carl Fogarty's record of 4 or at least tie Troy Bayliss' 3 championships.

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