The French rider was impressed by his return to the WSBK paddock in the last two rounds in Helles and Portimao and replaced the injured. Chaz Davies With the Go Eleven Ducati team.
After winning the Top 6 finish in Jerez, Buzz won a clean sweep on the podium finish at Portimao, but lost the final finish due to a post-race penalty due to a collision with. Alvaro BautistaHonda.
After the Jerez round, Buzz said the deal to leave the second season in Moto America was “90% complete,” also suggesting that his situation hadn’t changed after Portimao.
But earlier this week, Buzz posted on his Instagram account that he wouldn’t end up returning to the American series. This strongly suggests that we have actually secured a contract to return to the WSBK paddock.
Speculation in the Italian media has linked Buzz to the satellite Bonobo BMW team. There, a 28-year-old could join Eugene Lavati with the effort of two extended bikes.
Bonobo ran a single M1000RR for Jonas Folger this season, but the team also excluded the continuation of Folger in 2022 and chose to skip the last two rounds of this year’s campaign. bottom.
Buzz on the BMW raced the previous generation S1000RR for the Altea team in 2018, ranking 11th in 6th place of the year and recording the best finish, so it’s not new.
He then joined the Tenkate Yamaha team in the second half of the 2019 season and throughout the 2020 campaign, winning four podiums but not on the 2021 Yamaha roster. Buzz has moved to Moto America with the Warhorse HSBK Ducati team.
The partnership came in fourth in a season dominated by Yamaha rider Jacob Gagne, who won all three race bars.
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