WSS » Danny Webb to WSS with PTR, replaces Morais


Danny Webb will move from Moto3 to the World Supersport Championship after inking a deal with PTR Honda to replace Sheridan Morais.

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Ben1

August 17, 2013 2:09 AM

Morais was the only one in this year's PTR line-up who was capable of getting good results... they sack him. Danny can be talented, but without any experience he won't match the South African's results. This team reminds me of Effenbert Liberty a bit.

Nick23

August 19, 2013 12:23 PM

I wish Danny well in the Supersport class. I'm surprised he's got this ride, having no experience riding a 600. His results have been nothing to write home about really either. He crashes quite often as well. I'm sure there's some more deserving riders from the British championship. We'll see, I hope he proves me wrong, the jury is still out, time will tell....

x3mnc

August 21, 2013 4:28 PM

PTR always do wrong choices. Danny is good but there should be maximum 2 or 3 bike which they take care of!... If simon buckmaster so rich then go GP or SBK why stay at SSP? he should give maximum chance of 2 or 3 rider. on that way he can be fight for world title just like what he did with laverty-lowes-cluzel.....

pcxmac

August 23, 2013 1:05 AM

if he can get a bike like Eugene's or Cluzel, he could really do himself a favor in terms of sponsorship. MotoGP is a dead end anyways, a shame WSBK/WSS doesnt get the same kinds of promo, maybe too many fans spoiled by stupid theatrics and manufactured drama notions.

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