BSB » Pitt suffers broken collarbone

The Australian clipped the stricken bike of Alastair Seeley having been running as high as sixth.

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Greener02 - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 10:50 AM

it's a real shame about Pitty he was starting to get to grips with the championship, when is the next meeting? If it comes to early for him looks like Lowry may get the call.

Gobbie - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 12:24 PM

It's not cursed. It's useless. Go back a few months and see the comments when Pitt was announced. This was predicted, without question. I guess being hopeless is a sort of curse. Pitt (with his lack of confidence) was just about the worst option for Rob Mac. But as usual he couldn't see this. What a bunch of plonkers. :?

kimey - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 1:08 PM

I am just pleased it is just a collarbone. It looked a really nasty fall.

Now who is going to take that ride with it's history? Bet Rob has nobody beating down his door. Is it cursed becauise he fired Stalker??

I think Rob needs to break out the old leathers (if he can still fit in them!!). What about givingthe ride to the top Yamaha rider in the evo class if anyone rides one, or maybe he will have to go one level down from that.

Ben Wilson? He'll be up for it, but Rob's fairing budget might be stretched?!?!?!?

Hedgeholer - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 4:19 PM

Pleased? I'm gobsmacked! ..... Even if breaking it in three places is two breaks more than usual.

As for blaming Seeley or even Pitt, nah, that incident really was totally blameless on the riders' part.

Hope things go well now and he recovers enough to fit in a few of the later events. I still reckon he could pull in a couple of top sixes, maybe even a podium if he gets back early enough.

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 8:05 PM

@ Doooh.. What the fook are you on about?? Seeley was over the barrier before Pitt hit his bike.. But lets not let the facts get in the way of a good rookie bashing session.. Brought him down my 4rse.. You need to get your thought processes sorted out my friend.. They're seriously fooked..

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

August 09, 2010 9:20 PM

@alol..Seeley won the ISB on a Stocker last year and only competed in about 50% of the races.. That fact alone would suggest he's more than a bit too good for that "level".. Couple that with the 2 3rd places and 1 win in BSB.. 2 Supersport 1 Superbike and 2 Superstock wins at the NW200.. 9 wins on the bounce in BSB Stockers last year.. I'll let others decide were they think his "level" is.. Personally I think you underestimate him..Perhaps thats because you don't know sh1te all about motorcycle racing?? There's only 5 people in front of him in BSB.. 1 on an identical bike.. 3 on superior bikes.. 1 an absolute legend.. All 5 vastly more experienced.. What's your real agenda Alol??

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