WSBK » Sykes charges back to beat Baz


Tom Sykes fights back from a long way behind to catch and beat Kawasaki team-mate Loris Baz in a thrilling race at Donington Park.

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Vilas46

May 25, 2014 12:41 PM
Last Edited 209 days ago

GG Kawasaki Team, amyzing show... Tom is the King he trully deserve this race, Baz was an angry french he fight like a warrior.. This one is a Classic..

Gg to Lowes to was great show from him, unfortunatly Laverty crash but was going good

Fking great race 1...

V4Poweeeer

May 25, 2014 2:11 PM

Why does wsbk always have to do one better on motogp. Motogp had a great opening few laps in le man but whoa look at the opening laps in wsbk almost like a moto3 race brilliant stuff.

Brilliant ride by Tom and to think I was thinking that it was a bad omen for him wearing the #1 on his bike.

Baz was great put up a great fight and only made on mistake that gave Sykes a slight edge on the last lap. To think some were questioning why Kawasaki picked Baz over other like Melandri or another rider he's definitely shut that line of thinking down now imo.

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