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Simon Patterson  says:

Kiyo to partner Lowes at Samsung Honda

Honda have today announced the lineup for their 2013 British championship effort under the Samsung Honda banner. The team sees the shock return to BSB of Japanese star and three-time champion Ryuichi Kiyonari, back in BSB after a year in the Asian championship. He will be joined by Alex Lowes, who impressed with a storming double win in the shootout round of...

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Jan 13

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RevNutz says:

BSB 2013

Although the field is looking good for 2013, I have this bad feeling that it's not that next season isn't going to be what everyone hopes it is. To me it looks like Shaky is gonna easily win the title despite the Showdown format and the return of Kiyo. As much as I like Shaky, I would like to see a younger rider clinch the championship this year like Alex Lowes or Danny Buchan. As for Kiyo, it's good to see him back, but it's a big risk asking him to come back after a torrid 2011 season, I hope for his sake that his year in the Asian Road Racing Championships has helped regain his confidence.

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