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Anthony West jumps for Randy Krummenacher

Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 | Sports

13. September 2017 – 10:03

Comeback in the WSBK: Anthony West changes the team again

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(cafetheology.org) – Ex-MotoGP driver Anthony West will compete for the Puccetti Kawasaki team with the rest of the Superbike World Cup 2017 and take the place of Randy Krummenacher. Krummenacher injured in a fall on the Lausitzring on the right wrist, but could continue the Rennwochenende. The seriousness of the situation became clear only in later investigations. Puccetti was on the lookout for a replacement and agreed with West, who runs from Portimao for the private Kawasaki team. In the previous year, West debuted in the WSBK and drove for Pedercini-Kawasaki. The ZX-10R knows the Australian already. In the current season, West went with a Yamaha R6 in the Supersport World Championship. Currently, he is World Cup seventh with 46 points. "I am very happy to have been given the opportunity to return to the Superbike World Championship and to be a strong team like the Puccetti team Kawasaki, I would also like to thank the EAB West team for their understanding, which has enabled me to take this opportunity, "explains West." Bakelferry and Peiro worked very hard so we could go in the Super Sport World Cup "It is also due to their efforts that I have been given the opportunity to return to the Superbike World Cup," says the former Grand Prix driver. "I'm looking forward to ending the season with a new motorbike and a new team. I'm looking forward to Portugal and getting to know the Puccetti team."

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