Former GP rider has options, may ride in domestic series
ANTHONY West is consdering a move to British Superbikes in 2012.
West, who was due to be riding for the Speedmaster CRT team in MotoGP, was replaced at the last minute by Mattia Pasini. West put the whole saga down to a lack of funds, claiming all the teams are asking for money from their riders, money which he doesn't have.
However, West has claimed on his Facebook page that he's not been short of offers to race in domestic championships, including British Superbikes, IDM in Germany and AMA in America.
He said: "I'm just looking for the best way to go, and a team that can win!!! And I will start now to try raise the money to come back into GP or WSBK for 2013".
West and Haga in BSB? It sounds too good to be true. We're not holding our breath.
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