BSB » Ex-BSB team manager on drugs charge

Dan Cheevers (pictured on the right of Chris Walker) has been remanded in custody after being charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine

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wow - Unregistered

January 31, 2012 11:14 AM

1.5m wow that is one hell of a lot of coke to have been seized its amazing how many bike teams keep getting involved in drugs and being busted they should stick to racing i know it is an expensive sport but this isn't the way to fund it.

PBM will feel right at home in BSB now


January 31, 2012 11:14 AM

Drugs linked to a kawasaki backed team eh?

Is it de-ja-vu or does that sound similar to a news report surrounding PBM in WSBK just before Kawasaki withdrew their works supported status?


January 31, 2012 12:35 PM

This has everything to do with motorsport when the integrity of all international border crossing teams could be brought into question.
A team on a tight transport schedule between races could miss a race start because of extra customs attention.

Karl Harris - Unregistered

January 31, 2012 12:52 PM

This has everything to do with Motorsport and the tabloids too - its completelty crazy that this kind of crap news is hitting the press about our sport - Kawasaki must be gutted again - its about time our sport conducted random testing and then named shamed and BANNED anyone who is involved in this kind of activity in and around our sport - no matter who they are RIDERS, Team Management, Mechanic's, or even the sport organisers - It goes on everywhere if unchecked and should be stopped - no wonder team and riders are struggling to find sponsorship !!!!

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