BSB » Jacobsen destined for world stage, says Neill

Tyco Suzuki team chief Philip Neill expects new British Superbike signing PJ Jacobsen to carve out a bright career at he highest level of the sport

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December 14, 2012 1:34 AM

I'll repeat, I like PJ, he's talented. I hope he kicks everyones @ss, but don't give me that garbage about not being good unless you race in europe.
If you want resume's here's a couple.
JD Beach, 21 - 2008 Red Bull Rookies Cup champion, started road racing in 2006. Luis Salom runer-up.
Jake Gagne, 19 - 2010 Red Bull Rookies Cup champion. Danny Kent runner-up.
Cameron Beaubier, 19 - 7 wins in DMG Super Sport, never qualified lower than 3rd in 17 rounds.
Josh Herrin, 22 - Podiumed in his first year in Superbike as Josh Hayes teammate.
Anyway, you're entitled to your opinion, just understand that's all it is, an opinion.

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