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Who will fly the flag for Britain in 2010?

A number of top British riders have been confirmed on the grid for the 2010 WSBK season – but who will emerge on top?
Britain is set to be well represented on the World Superbike Championship stage in 2010, with no fewer than seven riders already confirmed on the grid for next season.

Former title winner Neil Hodgson has already said that 2010 will see 'the most talent Britian has ever had' in the series as the likes of Jonathan Rea, Leon Haslam, Tom Sykes and Shane Byrne return for another assault on the title.

Beyond those riders who return after 2009, James Toseland heads back to WSBK after two years in MotoGP, while British Superbike Champion Leon Camier steps up to the World series with Aprillia and Cal Crutchlow graduates from World Supersport after lifting the 2009 crown.

But who will fly the flag for Britain in 2010?

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Richard Mushet

December 06, 2009 10:16 AM

I hope so. Cal's arrogance through last season really pi$$ed me off. He needs knocking down a peg or two once he arrives in an even more competetive championship. In WSS he only had Laverty to challenge him, but with another half-dozen or so riders to challenge him over two races each weekend I think his older crashing tendencies could start to show again...



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