BSB » Mark Miller joins BSB with Splitlath Aprilia


Former AMA Superbike rider and successful road racer Mark Miller joins the BSB ranks after signing with Splitlath Aprilia.

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SuperSykes - Unregistered

June 15, 2011 7:56 PM

Anyone else notice he competed the TT on 'a stock specification bike'? I know for a fact that he was on Jenny's bike....truth always comes out.

Also, there is a fantastic pic from the Island of Steve Mercer overtaking him over Ballaugh Bridge, both in mid air.....quality stuff!

gibberjabber - Unregistered

June 15, 2011 9:22 PM

Interesting comments from unregistered users

Jennys bike at the TT? Nope, if anyone here was at Thruxton and looked, they would have seen 2 STOCK bikes in the awning being prepared for the TT. I would be interested in seeing the evidence behind this "fact" of which you clearly know nothing about. There's your truth.

Chris - Unregistered

June 15, 2011 10:17 PM

Mika is the electronics guy in the garage but he is only on loan to the team from motec.he is a top man and no way can he be connected with the teams poor performance.It is a pity he is the only one involved with the team who knows what he is doing.They are a nice bunch of people but have no idea how to run a raceteam or engineer a race bike.Dimby needs to get a crew chief or an experienced guy in there to run the show.Has for Mark Miller.qual maxima awaits.

. - Unregistered

June 16, 2011 12:57 AM

It really makes me laugh this site full of opinionated dreamers stating this and stating that.
Just for one second think about this. There are people just trying thier best to go racing forming a team and trying, without these people/teams you'd have a couple of well funded semi works teams with the most finacially backed riders they can get and thats it , not that entertaining a prospect really is it. These people dont have to do this, they do it because they love motorbikes so give it a rest with the expert b...sht comments ffs.

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