WSS » Moto2 race winner Jules Cluzel joins WSS


WTR Ten10 Kawasaki announces its first signing in Moto2 race winner Jules Cluzel.

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Oli - Unregistered

January 05, 2012 12:40 PM

It's a loss to Moto2 that neither he nor Sofu will be there next year. I can't help but feel WSS is a major step down for them. Especially for Sofu, he wins the title, does something else for a year then goes back to WSS... odd. What else does he have left to prove in the class?

Ricky - Unregistered

January 05, 2012 3:37 PM

Unbelivable. Hugh step down for him. Customer ZX6R, new team in WSS class, pfff, gonna be hard to fight against big 'factory spec' bike/team. Maybe he's crazy enough for a podium, in wet conditions...

WsbkIsTheReal

January 05, 2012 4:05 PM

Good decision. Moto2 is the most sh*t race. No constructor. All vague bikes suter futer chuter whatever. WSS has Honda Kawasaki Yamaha Triumph and real supersport bikes. Its really good. Sofuoglu should try to make the best records in WSS.. Other Moto2 riders should take some inspiration from these bikers. :)

Oli - Unregistered

January 05, 2012 5:18 PM

@WsbkIsTheReal

"Moto2 is the most sh*t race"

Have you never watched a Moto2 race? It's the best series, 1st - 20th seperated by a second a lap. By far the most entertaining class of either Grand Prix or WSB paddocks.... except maybe the annual 125cc freight train at Mugello. Although whether they can recreate proper 125cc racing with Moto3, who knows.

Oli

WsbkIsTheReal

January 05, 2012 5:29 PM

@Oli, I agree on your point. Moto2 makes the closest racing even closer than WSBK. My point is that IMHO I dnt feel enthusiastic in virtual bikes (prototypes) and without any manufacturer names. In WSS we have heavily modified bikes like CBR, R6, zx-6R... which we can ride and yes the manufacturers r also real bike makers. If we had all riders from moto2 into WSS just imagine how interesting it will be to watch.

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