In the meantime, Kawasaki star and former WSB champ Tom Sykes has been signed to the Shaun Muir Racing squad for next year to pilot one of the new BMW superbikes
As such, the show includes interviews with Tom Sykes, Alex Lowes, Eugene Laverty, Jake Gagne, and Jonathan Rea. The topics cover things like the rider silly season, the new
Parting ways with Tom Sykes earlier this month, Haslam's signing has been rumored in the WorldSBK paddock for many weeks now.
"I have to
Tom Sykes could be a fit in the Red Bull Honda squad, though that would require him to ditch his long-term
After nine successful years on Ninja machinery and with the official factory Kawasaki Racing Team in WorldSBK, Tom Sykes and the Kawasaki Racing Team have mutually agreed to end their sporting relationship at the end of the 2018 season
secret in the WorldSBK paddock, but now Tom Sykes and the Kawasaki Racing Team will officially part ways at the end of the 2018 World Superbike Championship season.
The news has been a long-time coming for Sykes, as he has been increasingly more hostile
We teased this news yesterday, when discussing the options for Tom Sykes next season in the World Superbike Championship, as the Yorkshireman has been linked to a ride with the GRT Yamaha
Where does this leave Tom Sykes? It's not clear. He is the man in the paddock with all the options, but at what cost are
Fabrice, Team Kawasaki WSBK's Tom Sykes, MO's own Sean Matic
Luckily, MO's guest tester and WERA Expert Fabrice Vilder (who also goes past yours
Skyes Signs off from Kawasaki
There is now little doubt within the paddock that Tom Sykes will be replaced for 2019, with Leon Haslam looking very likely to be confirmed in the near future.