BSB » Walker to attempt Knockhill qualifying

Chris Walker will return to action during qualifying at Knockhill just a day after it was feared injury would keep him on the sidelines.

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Conger - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 2:40 PM

Impossible to ever doubt this guys commitment.

I remeber him riding in race 2 at Mallory many years ago after break his kneecap in a race one crash.

Man of steel.

SHAKEN - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 3:20 PM


They are all men of steel! Look at Crutchlow (Cal) who fin 6th last week at British GP after a broken ankle and 2 bad crashes in as many weeks. Wishing 'Stalker' (Chris) all the best but 2 broken heels cannot be taken lightly

crutchlow again - Unregistered

June 23, 2012 5:03 PM

@ SHAKEN .crutchlow agin , why has he been mentioned in bsb im fed up hearing bout him is he some sort of superman or summat ,as far as i can see he aint pulled any trees up yet in moto gp , as for injuries they all ride injured thats the way they are


June 23, 2012 8:23 PM

And the arguing starts. I bet if you broke both your heels you'd be in plaster and off work for weeks.

Personally i think to break both your heels and be riding a bike is pretty amazing, but to be racing it and be within a second of the pole man is remarkable. i'm a massive fan and i actually thought he'd be trolling round at the bottom 10 seconds behind so when he got to sp2 i had a massive smile on my face.

i just hope he races careful tomorrow and wish him luck.

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