BSB » Bridewell: Who knows what might happen

'Title fighter' Tommy Bridewell sets his sights on his first podiums of the year as he prepares to challenge for the 2012 MCE British Superbike Championship title.

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paul100 - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 7:42 AM

sounds like he mite be trying too hard ....110% best advice wud be to stay calm and keep his mature head on ....good luck with your title challenge tho

Gary - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 8:39 AM

He's changed his attitude this year, rather than win it or bin it, he has adopted the attitude of getting as many points as he can, if he keeps that going in the shootout he could be a dark horse!

wildrsv - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 9:45 AM

How great would it be if Tommy did win the championship ?, it is a outside bet giving how strong Josh and Hill are, but the wee man has it in him and the hunger to win. Good Luck Tommy you deserve to win the show down.

Binza - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 12:38 PM

Will still be a four horse race (or even three if Shaky does'nt get fit), Hill,Laverty and Brookes have been the class of the field all season and can't see that changing much for the shoot-out

mike hunt - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 5:48 PM

Anything could happen, remmember that Laverty & Bryne knocked each other off last year. Hopkins had a bike failure at the last round that arguably cost him the title.
Tom probably wont trouble the top three but beating Lowes and Laverty is achievable...

Having said that BMW 'might' chuck a load of go faster bits at the team and Stephano Caracchi (very clever engineer)and Tom can make the most of them..

Gambalunga - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 5:52 PM

I wish Tommy well. A hothead no more and the better for it. Have to say the 'shoot out' or whatever the points system is called is deeply, deeply stupid and it's a shame race-goers haven't voted with their feet by refusing to support such crass idiocy.

Ian S - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 5:54 PM

I think he has the speed to do well, but his problem is that his approach is too laid back. He needs to push from the moment the team hits the track, so that he qualifies at or close to the front. Then he needs to push from the drop of the flag in the first race (not the second!) to the end of the second race. That's what guys like Byrne and Hill do and that's what Tommy needs to do if he wants to survive in this kind of company. All the best to him.

lee - Unregistered

September 13, 2012 9:29 PM

No one more deserving of his success than tb46 this season. top bloke and showing how its done. people dont seem to realise, new team, new bike etc = no data, hence poor practice and qualifying.
must be a similar story for crescent in wsb. great to see camier finally find some pace and a podium.

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