Tom Sykes1985-08-19 (age 34)
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BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes says the situation on track at Donington Park's Melbourne Loop which led to his crash and exclusion from the Superpole race was “a joke”.
Jonathan Rea eased to victory in a wet World Superbike race one at Donington Park to take the championship lead for the first time in 2019, after Alvaro Bautista crashed out.
BMW World Superbike rider Tom Sykes led the timesheets at the end of Friday practice ahead of Alex Lowes at Donington Park, after topping both sessions on the S1000RR.
BMW rider Tom Sykes set the pace on Friday practice for this weekend's Assen World Superbike round, heading up a top five split by only 0.031 seconds.
A lack of straightline speed prevented BMW from displaying its true potential in last weekend's Phillip Island World Superbike curtain-raiser, believes Tom Sykes.
Tom Sykes snatched World Superbike Magny-Cours pole away from Kawasaki teammate Jonathan Rea with a new lap record.
Kawasaki World Superbike rider Tom Sykes has suffered an ankle injury in a training incident, and will miss this week's two-day test at Portimao as a result.
Tom Sykes will leave the factory Kawasaki World Superbike team at the end of this season, it has been announced.
Tom Sykes has blamed Jonathan Rea's World Superbike crew chief Pere Riba for the tension between the pair, as well as past fallouts within the Kawasaki outfit.
Alex Lowes took his maiden World Superbike victory in a dramatic Brno Sunday race, as championship leader Jonathan Rea crashed out after a collision with Kawasaki teammate Tom Sykes.
For the last three seasons, Tom Sykes has been a shadow of his former self, the clear number two in Kawasaki's World Superbike set-up. But Lewis Duncan thinks a change of scenery could be the answer.