BSB » Hill loses advantage after Mallory struggle


The long-time championship leader is left to lament a difficult day at Mallory Park after technical issues force him onto the back foot.

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bikesjack

June 29, 2010 4:43 PM

I think Kagayama should call it a day, sad to see him go but he crashes more than most and doesn't bounce well.He will probably become a Suzuki test rider i guess.He has nothing in this championship to ride for anymore so Suzuki could bring in a young prospect and give him experience.

Dave - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 6:56 PM

Bag on the money give the bike to young bridewell then you will see what the suzuki will do before kiyo runs off with the championship and no 25 year celibration for suzuki

tim - Unregistered

June 29, 2010 9:27 PM

If Michael Laverty keeps building confidence in his bike and if TAS can match the straight line speed of the Honda, he will be a big threat.

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 30, 2010 11:18 AM

I agree about Yukio, i honestly don't know how he keeps getting back on the bike. If i'd of had as many off's as him (and painful one's at that), i'd run away everytime a Suzuki came near me!

Bridewell would be an awesome choice for a replacement and well deserved given his talent imo :)

SHEENE7

June 30, 2010 5:14 PM

Have to agree with that,think Yukio is not doing himself much good by throwing himself down the road as often as he is doing and think Tom Bridewell is a worthy replacement.If he can go so well on an old Suzuki like he has done over the past few years i think he could probably be a podium contender every race with a brand new works Suzuki.Trouble is,that powers that be don't usually think like that do they.At least Bridewell has a slightly newer bike this year !! As for Tommy Hill,this is just a blip in an otherwise impressive season.I think he will be back up the sharp end in no time at all.

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