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Discussion in 'Racing' started by yooperbikemike, Oct 22, 2013.
Melandri riding the Aprilia at Jerez, even though he was too "injured" to ride in race 2...
BMW has reiterated that it will continue to provide a dedicated customer support programme to those that continue to use its machinery in the World Superbike Championship next season.
Following the final round of the season at Jerez, BMW has now outlined those plans, revealing it will provide on-site circuit support, training workshops for engineers and technicians, and special racing packages for engines and electronics.
Do we know if there will be any team (s) running BMW for 2014?
I think Yamaha said that also, when they left WSBK a few years back!
I thought Troy Corsers new team was gonna run BMW's in EVO class
Still looking for sponsors, FAIK.
hmmm does it look injured ? I think Rafaella kicked his ass
Claimed he "fell down the stairs" (wink, wink)
Boom. Ducati and Alstare split.
Yeah. Sad for everyone really. But...bring back Feeel!
Could be good. Kick in the ass for Ducati. Batta may run another team. The grid could use another well run team. Alstare Aprilia with Laverty as lead rider?
Yikes! I thought he was just being a pussy for not running race 2, but that looks legit. And painful.
It seems that everything that should be a kick in the ass for Ducati never is.
Davies and Giuliano for Ducati WSBK next season
What's Guintoli riding next year?
Staying at Aprilia for second year of 2 year deal.
WSBK rules drifting down closer to production specs? No problem. We'll just build something a little 'special'.
As it should be.
Michael Jordan Motorsports to WSBK?
OK, so technically this isn't WSBK, but it is Superbike in a different part of the world...
There had been rumors at the Brands round and now...
John Hopkins To Lead Tyco Suzuki's British Superbike Effort In 2014