WSS » Morais storms to provisional pole at Imola


The South African sets an impressive pace to head up the timesheets at the end of the opening day of World Supersport action at Imola.

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Joeski

March 30, 2012 2:40 PM

After a few ok/average appearances in different international championships, I am happy to see this guy show what he can do with a good team and support. I am a little sad for Kenan's injury though as he is arguably the best on this field. Well it is arguable but my opinion anyway. I would like to see Jules put it up there too and Sam...man the more I type names the more I realize there is a load of talented dudes in this series. Come on Fabien and Broc!

SUZOOK - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 4:53 PM

This is a great showing from the "Shez Show!" It makes me proud to be South African. I always new that this boy had the sheer ability and talent to compete with the world's best riders. All he needed was the right package so that he can work his magic. He will certainly make the motorcycling world sit up and take notice of him this year. What price a superbike ride in the future?

I'll be shouting myself ho**** on Sunday morning!

Yeah!!!

Southerner

March 30, 2012 7:03 PM

Good going by the South Africans all round. Shez as expected. Finally with a decent team on the world stage. Ronan doing a sterling job. The bloke should not even be walking on 2 legs.Defies logic going 8th after what he's been through. Matty Scholtz.
South Africans race bikes better than they play soccer.Ha Ha !!! FACT.
As for Shez,he's no youngster in the game. Not likely to be in GP in any capacity.
Moto3 has a youngster of South African GP interest. Brad Binder.
Look forward to the battles between him and the Aussie,Arthur Sissis this season.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 8:47 PM

Great by Shezza and as already stated there are some very talented riders in the top ten, however at the bottom there are some big gaps and some riders who may struggle to qualify for the race. I don't know if it is down to machinery problems, but if not there are some at the back who are not ready for world championship racing - lets hope they keep out of the way when being lapped by the leaders.

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