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Lowry gets Kawasaki for Brands Hatch

Ian Lowry joins Tom Sykes on the World Superbike Kawasaki at Brands Hatch.
Ian Lowy will return to the British Superbike grid this weekend after getting a last minute call up to ride the factory World Superbike Kawasaki alongside Tom Sykes.

The Ulsterman, who finished fifth in the British Superbike standings last season, has been without a full-time ride this year, but did complete two rounds riding for the Motorpoint Yamaha team.

Most recently riding as a World Supersport wild-card at Silverstone last weekend, Lowry got his first chance to ride the ZX-10R vacated by the injured Chris Vermeulen during FP1, setting the 13th fastest time.



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It's a mystery - Unregistered

August 06, 2010 5:32 PM

A good many people feel the same way. However, it is possible that Roger might already have something lined up for next year that hasn't surfaced to the racing public yet, and Kawasaki are pursuing other possibilities to set them up for next year.



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