WSBK » WSBK Mid-term report - Kawasaki


Given the ZX-10R doesn’t have the best reputation on the WSBK grid, there have been plenty of green machines – or in the case of PSG-1 blue and white – to watch out for in 2009...


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Francois Coetzee - Unregistered

July 29, 2009 11:53 AM

I think Hacking did not do badly at Barber, keeping in mind he is racing a similar bike in AMA. It was therefore the a calculated decision to use him for the other two rounds. However I do not think Hacking covered himself and the team in any glory with his below par performance. Looking at the other sub rider Sheridan Morias, he only races a super stock bike in his national series and to have scored the points on a very unfamiliar bike and beating Parkes...and he did race at most of the European tracks, maybe he would have been a better replacement rider? Hacker may have the skill, but does he have the drive? Tamada showed he has not raced in a long time and had a very silly off at Brno...

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