BSB » Laverty torn between team-mate, brother


Michael Laverty discusses his feelings about seeing his Relentless Suzuki team-mate and his brother go up against each other for the final title showdown position.

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mystic meg - Unregistered

August 27, 2010 10:13 AM

lol lol hes being diplomatic here,bet the lads working in the relentless team have told him what to do if needed,tho the neill family are,from the real racers school (if you want it go out and win it school)

SuperSykes - Unregistered

August 27, 2010 1:17 PM

I would say just get out there and race. If it works out that he get's involved in a battle with Seeley and his bro, if either rider (or indeed both) is good enough to beat him fair and square, they deserve the place. I dont wanna see all this team orders rubbish come over from that ole F1 snoozefest!

Rutter for BSB Champ 2010, come on The Blade! :)

@ breda they are brothers,all three,if you speak to them ,they all claim to be the fastest, lol,eugene went to the world scene,other two had not got great rides,michael could well be the most talented,of the 3 ??(that will start an arguement on here lol),j rea has progressed on the world stage ,but he was not really any quicker than m laverty,(another arguement on here lol)a bit more push in him tho ,not much in it a few yrs ago,they are not that old either,michael has chance of lifting the bsb title this year

billy - Unregistered

August 28, 2010 9:28 AM

It has always been a competition between all 3 brothers and in my opinion they're as fast as each other on equal machinery, Michael or John would be a good replacement on Eugene's bike next year if Eugene moves.

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