BSB » Byrne, Laverty shrug off unfortunate clash


Shane Byrne and Michael Laverty are satisfied that there was no-one to blame for their costly collision in race two at Donington Park.

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Bones23

September 12, 2011 12:59 PM

I wonder what kind of reaction would be displayed if this hapened in MotoGP with Lorenzo, Pedrosa or Stoner. These guys were fighting for the title. HUGE fairplay evidenced by these pirates. RESPECT to those who earned it.

pitbull - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 2:21 PM

Jeez, refreshing to hear professional comments from 2 hard men who would never give an inch and always ride their balls off, I suspect there are many out there who could learn from their example, hats off to them and ****ty luck that such good spirit has crap results to show for it, power to you dudes !

tardozzi - Unregistered

September 12, 2011 7:17 PM

must say its good to see,two guys fighting for a title,having a clash and shrugging it off,even tho it has likely cost them a title shot,proper old school racing attitude,you have all read the whining of riders in another series, fk me,and a credit to yourselves ,bsb fans,for not whinging and whining about whos fault it was etc,take a bow bsb/fans.

Greg - Unregistered

September 13, 2011 2:00 PM

The title says they were both satisfied that no one qs to blame, yet it seems they are indeed blaming each other with their comments. They are just pointing blame indirectly instead of directly. It both has the same meaning, just different ways of saying it. LOL!

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