@monk, looks like we've got loads of silent spectators here as well
Since we don't have live telecasts here in India, my WSBK weekends are usually spent waiting for the video to be available on some torrent site. Sunday's I watch Race 1 and Monday I watch WSS and WSBK Race 2.
Should have seen the WSS race in Melbourne and then this one in Thialand. Kenan, even at home, looks to have things in his favor when he returns at Aragon.
4/4 for Rea is making this boring, but our only hope is Chaz coming to form in the European rounds. Next is Aragon 1st and 2nd April.
Melandri's doing a pretty decent job on the Ducati. Syke's spoiled his(Melandri's) weekend on the last turn at every race.
Yamaha has definitely improved. Both Lowes and Van der Mark have shown strong signs in the race.
The grid shuffling felt exciting initially, but Rea doesn't want to play around. He want's to disappear in the distance.
The Thai crowd was very enthusiastic even in that sweltering heat and humidity.
The Honda's won't be a threat for the podium for a few more races at least. The CBR is still a new machine. They have just got it around Christmas last year. It doesn't even have all performance parts yet, let alone the settings required.