WSBK » Sykes to remain with Kawasaki in 2015, 2016

World Superbike Championship leader Tom Sykes confirms he will remain with Kawasaki Racing for the 2015 and 2016 WSBK seasons.

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August 19, 2014 6:41 PM

re: "Claiming he weighed up the pros and cons of considering an alternative path"

yeah, for all of 2 seconds.

re: "Sykes says it was nonetheless an easy decision to stick with Kawasaki."

they sorted the man a signature #66 lime green 'Stang to road trip around NorCal. now that's classy, so this was always going to happen.


August 19, 2014 7:48 PM

Aim very happy Sykes, for you and your words about kawasaki and the new Zx10 r.. Kawasaki will return one day to motogp and who knows maybe you can be developing and experience one Motogp with Kawasaki, but until now your doing great with the Ninja and this year will be other Champ=)... I understand that if we loock at the Big Picture Kawasaki is still one fragil manufacters against other big names that usually are the Strongers, anyway with this new zx 10r both you and Kawasaki prove that they have the tech to Win, so i hope that Kawasaki will continue to arrive with good improvements for this Story that you start can remain has a great Story with Big sucess for you and Kawasaki...

Go Ninja GO Number 1...


August 20, 2014 1:16 AM

As long as he's gettin PAID, I say good for him. It's still weird to think....Kawasaki has the best superbike in the world. If you've been in a coma, you might wake and ask What? When did this happen? HOW did this happen?? I love it

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