Bikes » 125: Taylor Mackenzie - Q&A


"Pulling the muscle off my shoulder in Estoril this year was really painful..." - Taylor Mackenzie.

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tucker - Unregistered

December 08, 2011 8:17 PM

Poor interview! Didnt even ask about his plans for next year. I know he signed a 2 year deal for the Phonica Racing Team but would of been nice for a confirmation from him!

Bobby - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 3:41 PM

This little idiot thought he had arrived when he entered 125, he thought my dad was good and I will be good, frankly speaking her was **** and his dad got him a ride and he got fired, potential sponsors quickly learnt his attitude was not worth investing in. I hope he reads this because he needs to realise that I was one potential sponsor in for 5 years and he did a great job to show great disrespect to people who invest in motogp riders and his future is frankly screwed. He spent more time on his **** than he did on the bike and thats because he didnt realise that entry into 125 is a start, work your way to motogp and then the real work begins. Now

billyb - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 8:16 PM

likes: 'the fact my surname got me a 125gp ride'


dislikes: 'the fact the deane browne kicke my ass in bsb, and I spent most of the time on my own backside'

yet somehow deane moves up to superstock 600 and does amazing in his first year, I'm lucky if I get a ride after next season

tucker - Unregistered

December 09, 2011 10:10 PM

Woaa whats with all the haters here? Alright he didnt do great but he did have an underpowered bike. When it was wet and the playing field was levelled he did well. You cant ignore a top 5 in just your 4th GP, wet or not thats an incredible result. Maybe people know more about the inside story than me but from what I can see he did better than some rookies in the class.

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