BSB » Second chance for new title contender Seeley


Alastair Seeley becomes an unlikely contender for the 2010 British Superbike title after qualifying for the three-round shootout.

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When all said and done - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 4:54 PM

Well done Alastair, hope you get the recognition you deserve for an outstanding achievement.
Only a couple of people have ever had anything really positive to say about you on here.
Hope all the doubters are proved wrong and you can finish the season strong.

TARDOZZI - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 5:25 PM

good on him,i aint ruling this rookie outta anything,the under dog ? yes ,but he packs a punch,that can win races,and im sure he will have a pop at it somewhere

stevejackson - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 6:14 PM

Whilst I admire Mr seeleys determination and would like to join everyone else in wishing him all the best in the shoootout, I can't help wondering just what a mockery of the superbike season it would be should he have a bit of luck over the final three rounds and emerge as "The british superbike champion" I reckon Palmer and his cronies must have everything crossed that Tommy, Kiyo or Josh wins the title !!!! Go on Alistair, good luck pal, spoil the party.

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 7:19 PM

@Steve.. Thing is it won't need much luck to put him up there.. Seeley was fastest from the start line to the hairpin at Oulton Park earlier in the season.. A few months on and a bit more experience under his belt and who knows?? 3 races at Oulton at the end of the season.. If it rains he and Laverty will be the ones to watch out for.. Laverty destroyed the field at Oulton in the rain.. Seeley the same at Brands.. What should of been a gradual improvement throughout the season in his rookie year has turned into an excellent oppotunity for him to take a few major scalps.. Good luck to him I say.. This boy is less experienced than the other 5.. But better than at least 2 of them..Probably 3..

aaa - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 8:35 PM

Twice as old as 3 of them as well. Well in or nearly in his 30s. Would be wrong if by chance he lifted the crown. He isn't as good as the top 3 al be it he weighs about 5 stone.

Bike Race Guru - Unregistered

August 31, 2010 11:29 PM

@aaa..Where the fook have you been on holiday?? 1 year older than Laverty.. 2 older than Kiyo.. 3 older than Brookes.. 5 older than Hill.. 8 younger than Rutter.. As usual your point makes little or no sense.. Seeley is 30.. Are you saying 3 of the 6 are 15?? Think you're reacting to a previous comment of mine that the Relentless boys would muller Hill on equal machines.. You've seen a website as I remember and they are equal (arf, arf).. If that's what you wanna believe then give my regards to Santa Claus and the tooth fairy next time you see them..

aaa - Unregistered

September 01, 2010 12:37 AM

There u go again in your own little world. U said he is less experianced than all the others?? You know all tw@t. And if u read I said he must be in his 30s. What are u to racing other than an opinionated keyboard jockey that makes u so right. Seeley done good to get into the shhotout but it would be wrong for anyone other than the top 3 to win. By the way santa says stop talking kak and get a job! Tooth fairy says stop licking those toads! :-o

bike Race Guru - Unregistered

September 01, 2010 8:25 AM

@aaa.. Funny how you forgot to mention the "twice as old remark".. I agree the points system is total bollox by the way and I've posted that opinion more than once.. But what it is between me and you is this "equal bikes" thing.. So lets look at the times when we can truly say the bikes where more or less equal..The two races in the rain when even the EVO bikes where competitive..Oulton Park and Brands Hatch GP.. And the winners were??

suzulisam - Unregistered

September 01, 2010 10:51 AM

aaa, seeley is less experienced than all the others this is his first year on superbikes
guru, think you are right saying he is good but next year is probably a better year to judge
potential and realisation can be poles apart but he seems to have more about him than most
guru, you do have a tendancy to drift from an intelligent point of view into obscenities at times i think that upsets people sometimes there was no need to make the santa claus comment at all
aaa, i think calling somebody the name you called guru has got more to do with you being a keyboard jockey than him
both of you, can we not just talk about the racing please

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