WSS » Ellison hints at WSBK move with PTR

James Ellison is eyeing a move to World Superbikes in the near future after joining the ambitious PTR team for the 2011 World Supersport Championship.

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April 05, 2011 8:59 PM

Not sure what "NO James stay with what your good at " is suppose to mean as he's proved himself at superbike level and gp level on a hugely inferior bike,so good luck to a talented rider in whatever he chooses.


April 06, 2011 1:29 PM

Poor James- if he didn't have bad luck he'd have no luck at all.

This guy is probably the most marketable racer in Britain after Cal Crutchlow.
He's a good looking, fair, open guy who lived in his motorhome with his girlfriend (are they married now?).

More of a pin up then Toseland ever was, this is the only current motorcycle racer who could go the 'celebrity' route.
PR gurus, take note of Mr Ellison!

eric - Unregistered

April 06, 2011 5:18 PM

Sorry gents/ladies. didnt make myself clear. Firstly i am a huge fan of James and i cursed Mr Camier the whole season long when they were team mates. I dont want to see him on a none competitive bike running in the teens. I believe he is at his best on a 600 no matter what make it is just my oppinion.

B P - Unregistered

April 08, 2011 5:23 PM

Well MrToseland has made his Millions. Maybe its Mr Ellisons turn to get the chance to make a living at it.
A decent Living that is. God knows he tries hard enough. And as for Marketable, He needs to cut his hair a bit tidier. His website picture doesn't look anything like him. AS for Leon and Leon. Both nice blokes. Infact, but they don't have to live in a motorhome

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