WSBK » Sykes rebuffs Melandri for Aragon double

Tom Sykes shows a cool head to resist a last lap lunge from Marco Melandri to claim his second WSBK victory at Motorland Aragon.

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April 13, 2014 1:02 PM

Solide race.. I was expecting a bit more of show but anyways what matters is the results... other thing FK Eurosport in Portugal, they dont give a sht about the hours to race, they only worrie about cars,, sk my **** piss of sht World series by renault who gives a sht sbout that.. wach the job Sportv is doing with Motogp... I hate Eurosport in Portugal **** sukers


April 13, 2014 1:44 PM

Say what you will about Melandri but he will go for the win!! Smart or not he makes it exciting!!

I am happy for Sykes but I want Melandri to do well also...but this field is so talented I am having a hard time picking a favourite... I want Guintoli to show good, Chaz, Leon Camier...Alex Lowes.... I guess this just bodes well for the series...lots of likeable and talented riders...

Good job Sykes!! and Baz....


April 20, 2014 11:49 PM

Melandri still probably needs a few more races under his belt before he eclipses Guintoli. Guess I will have to start watching WSBK, thought Suzuki had it made, but I guess that bike is still down on power.

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