BSB » Jacobsen destined for world stage, says Neill

'At this stage BSB is a great place for PJ to be and although we have no immediate plans to move onto the world stage just yet, I believe that PJ will have an opportunity to do that within the next few years' - Philip Neill

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rod99 - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 1:40 PM

Definately without question the most talented rider to come out of the BSB paddock since Bayliss/Stoner.

Before haters hate , dont do it now keep until half way throught next year then tell me im wrong!!


December 07, 2012 3:46 PM

@rod99, so if a rider races part of a year in England the've come from the BSB?!
Jacobsen's an American rider that started out flat track dirt racing in the AMA. I like PJ, as he is a very talented rider but not the most talented young American. I would rate Cameron Beaubier, Jake Gagne, Josh Herrin and JD Beach all higher.

phil arm - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 3:51 PM

If they were more talented surely they would be making the move over to europe where the better championships and chances to get into Moto Gp are. PJ has come from New york rode exceptionally well winning races having not much testing on the bikes until those other guys mentioned come over and do similar or better then there is no way to tell if they have more talent.

pp916 - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 4:20 PM

@ Drifterjake....

But do those guys mentioned have PJ's ambition?

If they are so good then they need to be getting off their collective asses and show the determination he has to further his career.

Its a bold and rare move by a young American, they generally seem to prefer staying safe at home waiting in vain for someone to come knocking on their door with a well paid contract....its the Aussies, South Africans etc that actively seek out the rides and they're not averse to living in the back of a van with the bike and riding for food if that's what it takes.

What happened to the ol' pioneering spirit?

jasonlewis - Unregistered

December 07, 2012 11:49 PM

I doubt Josh Herrin will ever make it to Europe, but Cameron Beaubier might. Exciting news for P.J., I just wish I could watch BSB here in the U.S. Seems like they've got the right formula for close racing over there...good talent too

Jonop - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 10:26 AM

The boy couldnt even win the Harley Davidson championship so the chances of him winning BSB and being destined for the world stage are very low! The only thing he brought to Tyco is a big cheque book

johan - Unregistered

December 09, 2012 10:58 AM

@jonop: didnt watch pj's last season in kritisch superstock and historisch wild card supersport races at assen? Pj's got talent for sure! Let's hope he can keep on growing as a rider in bsb next year and ride some podium finish results home. I See him in a world championship on a top team bike in a few years if everything works out for him.

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