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Loris Baz leaves Motorpoint Yamaha ahead of Brands Hatch BSB round

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steve jackson - Unregistered

August 03, 2011 10:50 PM

Here again is a classic explanation to lots of people who think these boys are being handsomely paid to ride these bikes !! They aren't, and have to bring a large bundle of cash with them to help fund their own rides.

iRONIC - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 12:20 AM

Oh no he's in my MCN Fantasy team !!!! is the transfer window open ?? can i choose someone else ??? this is serious as i was hoping for big things in the second half of the season..

roadking03 - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 5:15 AM

Its a damn shame!!!Until I became the father in law of one of the top racers,I never would of believed these riders don't get paid!!!!Who pockets all the money from the tickets sold? BSB does'nt even give out prize money!!!!pitiful I would say...Good Luck to ya Baz...hope you get another chance to ride

Joel - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 6:16 AM

Anther reason BSB is going to be all EVO's next year.. to keep cost down! Everyone in the AMA didnt like what DMG proposed in the AMA series, which was go from WSBK/BSB rules to Superstock rules, but in the end it has made racing more affordable and a bit more exciting, in which Im very happy for. With this current economy we are all suffering, as a spectator and the sport we love to watch.. I hope that WSBK follows in the same foot steps in order to keep racing competitive and exciting, I just would hate to see another team such as the Yamaha SBK team leave the series, along with with its riders that keep it exciting.

Wolfy35

August 04, 2011 2:23 PM

Such a shame for Loris....... BUT...........

It is not so long ago when Rob Mac signed him loads were posting on here that he would be dropped faster than a hot stone when his sponsorship money ran out. Rob Mac has a history now of only valuing & keeping riders while they bring money

Richard Mushet

August 04, 2011 4:13 PM

So, the marshals don't get paid, the riders don't get paid, retails and food pitches are paid for at pretty handsome costs, most of the circuits are owned by the championship's owners...

Yes, the air ambulance and some other expenses must be covered, but where the frig does ALL the money go?

It's no wonder some of these lads stick predominantly to the roads where there's some actual prize money.

kneeslider - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 4:32 PM

Rob macs known for being tight obviously he not interested in good results just the cash the riders bring in wouldnt be surprised if hes still got the purple cadbury boost bikes in storage incase he needs them.so basically doesnt matter how good you are on a bike all depends on your bank balance.

R Sole - Unregistered

August 04, 2011 4:45 PM

Rob Mac ain't running a charity, he's running a business. I know some can't actually handle that, but this is how it is. Baz signed to ride for him for a pre agreed amount. If he can't meet that then the ride has to stop.

And can any of you experts tell us how much it costs to organise a race meeting, because I'll guess that it is an awful lot, before you even mention the TV prodcution.

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