BSB » Tommy Bridewell joins Milwaukee Yamaha!

"I'm relishing the opportunity of working with a British Championship winning team alongside James Ellison" - Tommy Bridewell.

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September 17, 2013 8:54 PM

Hhhhmmm seems a bit daft as tommy was already taking points and positions from title contenders on the hallsall bike. Would have thought it better to have some one outside bsb come in same as Haga in the kawasaki team . Tommy Hill or Micheal Dunlop maybe .


September 17, 2013 9:22 PM

Whats going on here? If he's to leave Halsall and go GP next year with Birdy then why put Haga on the PBM bike when Tommy has just jumped off one?

Personally I don't think that Yam is as good as the Kawasaki he just got off, very strange.


September 17, 2013 10:28 PM

with respect, Halsall racing was doing nothing until Tommy arrived, i bet if people on here had a chance of a better job you would all jump at the chance, and i agree, i think the Kawasaki is a better package then the Yamaha, i hope he does well in the short time, once again, Rock On Tommy.

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