BSB » Ellison eager to 'put pressure' on Camier

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June 23, 2009 10:53 PM

James, you are the dogs, work on your stamina as you keep fading towards the end. Eerie how Leon Camier reminds me of Niall Mackenzie..starts off steady and is unstoppable from mid distance.

mike_hunt - Unregistered

June 24, 2009 7:17 AM

He needs to get his finger out.
The difference betwen him and Camier is that Leon is way more aggressive (like Crutchlow) on the bike. Last meeting Leom would get up to someone pass them and be off.
Ellison would get up to thm fanny around behind them before passing (if he managed it)in twhich time Camier had disapeared.

James is a good rider, but he isnt ever going to be a champion unless he sorts this out..

Perhaps Colin Wright (or James Mrs like Caperossis wife does) should slap him around before James goes out to race

Ross Connolly

June 24, 2009 8:50 AM

He was not messing around at snett, he was under people at the bomb hole which is a difficult. Also round the outside of camier at the end of the straight. I think his lap times are as good as Leon's but he just needs to put a full race together with no mistakes. 1 or 2 mistakes and Leon has a lead of 2 seconds which you will not get back unless he makes a mistake.

james ellison - Unregistered

June 24, 2009 12:11 PM

Well said Rossi, a couple of small mistakes were made by myself and that just makes life very difficult when your giving away alot of BHP to the Hondas, Leon kept it flawless the whole race and thats why he won, lap times between the two of us were the same, i made mistakes because im pushing 100% like most of the field and NOT 'fannying around'. See u at Donny Shirley........

Ross Connolly

June 24, 2009 1:00 PM

Keep up the good work Village, its a long championship and I'm well impressed with your approach as your improving all the time. I think you have the perfect amount of aggression and only use it when necessary which is the best way. Roll on weekend

mike hunt - Unregistered

June 24, 2009 3:25 PM

If it reads as harsh its because I and many others want you (Ellison) to win, not just races but championships BSB and WSB
We believe in you, but it seems that maybe you dont believe in yourself, you lack the 1% that seperates winners from the rest, not aggressive enough or whatever.
Beat Camier, stamp your authority on the championship and get on the podium this weekend.

Get your finger out and stop fannying around. we the fans, know you the class act in the field.prove it yourself.

mike_hunt - Unregistered

June 24, 2009 7:27 PM

Years and years ago Carl Fogarty went to Assen to race a Honda RC30 in a F1 championship race.. that day he beat the field by 1/2 a lap to win.
It prompted a someone write 'why the rest of the field bothered to turn up to be so humiliated'
On Sunday James do the same job and humiliate the WSB regulars

bill - Unregistered

June 24, 2009 9:22 PM

I think Leon is just more familiar with the bike . I was talking to James friends at Oulton Park and they said he hadnt been on a bike all winter or spring. He had been concentrating on getting physically fit. His debut at Brands was his first ever time on the Bike or any bike since Hydrex. He cannot go to Donnington with the view of beating Leon. He just needs to go to Donington to Enjoy himself and get Leon out of his head. AS for not being aggresive enough . It hasnt done Simon Andrews any good being aggressive.

Mike Hunt - Unregistered

June 25, 2009 10:17 AM

If James rode a bit more like Crutchlow then he would be leading the championship by a country mile not Camier.

At the end of the day James is already a world champion and european champion, he needs to get a bit of fire in his belly

billl - Unregistered

June 25, 2009 8:31 PM

James is a smooth rider like Stuart Easton. They seem to have the same riding style.
Probably why Easton is getting on with the Honda, as James helped with development :?

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