Originally Posted by HarveyMushman
Well, I think those bikes will suit him better than the Superbike, which he never rode "right." Will he be fast (and hungry) enough?
It will be very interesting to see how he fares.
Originally Posted by BOOTLACE
It's starting to look more and more that the key to success in Moto 2 is more down to the team, and their experience/ resources. There are some mighty fine riders in the class who are just permanently stuck in the midfield.
Good luck to him........
For sure good equipment is the key. But there are some riders on great teams with great equipment who have completely faded out as the rest of the field catches up, equipment wise.
I am not a Josh Herrin fan, but I am open to him making me one.