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Kawasaki's Tom Sykes smashes the top speed record for a World Superbike at Monza... this is what 210mph on two wheels looks like!

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Marco - Unregistered

May 11, 2012 2:28 AM

I had nothing to do so I went to see the fastest lap in 2011 Philip Island MotoGP and was surprised by how close this sbk bikes are to the MotoGP ones.
Casey Stoner with 1'29.975 was in pole and Tom Sykes made 1'31.323 in a sbk...thats 1,348s slower. This lap time would put him in 10th position and the slowest time was 1'32.503. This year seems to be the year for Sykes and Kawa and they deserve it.

Moms Apple Pie - Unregistered

May 09, 2012 2:58 PM

I think its your paranoia getting the better of you Nick,you seem to hang around waiting for any mention of Kawasaki or Tom and then jump in all guns blazing.u have serious form for this,maybe you're the troll that puts a thumbs up on anything you agree with but get upset if anyone dares to disagree???+

Nick636

May 09, 2012 7:55 AM
Last Edited 845 days ago

HAHAHA

I love the little "Secret Troll" scouring around here... Can't say what he "Disagrees" with, but will click "Disagree" on every post supporting Sykes, and apparently Lascorz's recovery as well...

@ nealio

HAHAHAHA!!!! That was brilliant. I FEEL that way on my ZX6... (When I pass someone on a CBX250)

SHAKEN - Unregistered

May 08, 2012 4:15 PM

Hopelessly short video. Why cannot crash.net show something decent? All the same, 210mph is deadly serious stuff. Anything going wrong at this speed doesn't bear thinking about.

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