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Simon Patterson  says:

Ellison and Walker join GBmoto for switch to Kawasaki

James Ellison and Chris Walker will join the GBmoto Racing team for the 2014 MCE British Superbike Championship, as the team look to expand their efforts and challenge for the title. Ellison and Walker, who were factory Kawasaki teammates in WSB all the way back in 2002, will once again have official Team Green support, as the team switches from Honda...

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Nov 03

Posts: 2232

saturn392 says:

A serial crasher and a geriatric on factory supported Kawasikis and the bionic man on a Tyco Suzuki.  Can't wait for 2014.

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Aug 02

Posts: 554

GBMoto Team

Great to see the youth policy working well, get one experienced racer and a young gun on the bikes, bodes well for 2014 !! 

Really, isn't it time Stalker retired, he is in his 40's now.

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Jan 13

Posts: 163

RevNutz says:

Stalker and Ellison

Decent pair of riders, but I would have thought a factory supported team would have signed a younger pair of riders. I'm sure Ellison will do well enough, however Walker? I would have kept Linfoot. Don't get me wrong, Walker is a good rider, it's just he is in his 40's now. 

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May 09

Posts: 514

leecho says:


will prove you all wrong next yr,he might be getting on a bit,but with the wright team and bike he wiil mix it in the top six still,good on ya chris,you still have the fire in your belly,not like the hodgys and tosslands.

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Apr 13

Posts: 73

Bullshrimp says:

So Stalker is in his early 40's...

So were Bayliss, Checa & Biaggi when they won WSBK titles. If the fire still burns...

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Jan 11

Posts: 657

carloslavado says:

 Eventually, everyone would want to ride a Kawasaki, in Jerez WSS 1000 top 5 were Kawasaki.

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Apr 09

Posts: 192

yammy7r says:

Hodgson and Toesland retired because of injury's

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Nov 09

Posts: 167

jewels says:


says it all

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May 12

Posts: 994

cornbowl says:

Two great

riders, with a wealth of experience between them. Let's not forget Chris would have been BSB champ had he have not broken down and Neil Hodgson took it, a long time ago, but Chris is still up for it, along with James. Good luck to them both.

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Jun 09

Posts: 851

 This is one season too many for Walker in my view. He will have a rediculously quick team mate in James and on equal machinary there's nowhere to hide. James can win races in BSB next year on any bike, (he even beat Rossi at least once in 2012) but on the ZX10 he will win loads. To be honest I can't see him often off the rostrum. But Stalker please prove me wrong - that would be awesome.  

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