BSB » Laverty: Mistakes ruined title bid

“Ultimately I made too many mistakes to become BSB champion for 2011 but I was the fastest rider over the last quarter of the season” – Michael Laverty

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Dan - Unregistered

December 22, 2011 12:37 PM

Michael is no doubt a really fast rider and has every chance of being champion next year if things go his way. I'm pretty sure his team mate for next year is John Kirkham though and not Shakey.

Yamapimp - Unregistered

December 22, 2011 6:05 PM

Good move to Honda mickey. The more standard bike rules will, IMO. (I'm allowed an opinion on here, arnt I?) suit the blade more than any other type of manufacturer on the bsb grid. Anyone got some odds on mickey to lift the title?

Billy - Unregistered

December 23, 2011 5:14 PM

Mad Mick has to be one of if not the favourite for the title next year and I personally hope he does it with ease. This year he has not got the team mate who is spoilt by his team....

The Louth Looney - Unregistered

December 28, 2011 12:21 PM

David Casey@
You say that Tommy will be the man to beat next year.As much as i am a Tommy fan for the way he goes about his racing but i will be very suprised if he wins the championship on a Yamaha.
No disrespect to the team as we know that SMR can put a bike out on track capable of winning a championship but the 2012 rules do not favour the Yamaha.I really hope i am wrong but having been around and worked on superbikes for many years i cannot see the Yamaha winning on motec electronics.
Shakey as always will be in with a chance on the PBM Kawasaki but i am convinced the title will go to a Honda..which one ????????????? I cant wait..roll on 2012.

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