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Hutchinson to make full-time return in BSB

“The crash doesn't faze me and I don't think of it as traumatic, but as an experience. I was just unlucky that I got hit and injured the leg so badly. As a rider it hasn't affected me as something like that can happen at any time. Now I just want to race and my aim is to get the results myself and the Swan Yamaha team deserve both in BSB and at the TT."

With a view to winning both the BSB title and Isle of Man TT in 2012, team manager Shaun Muir says signing Hutchinson alongside Hill was an easy one.

"We were then looking at our options for a second rider. Our goals as a team and for Yamaha are to win the BSB title and win at the Isle of Man TT. We reviewed our options carefully and I have been impressed with Ian Hutchinson, not only his race craft but also his ability to work with the team and his determination to return from injury.

“He has spent a lot of time in the garage with us this year and his recent performance at the Macau Grand Prix proved he is over his injury now. Hutchy will be with the team for two seasons (2012 and 2013) and we are committed to him; I really want to turn him into the complete racer that can win in both disciplines.

“He has the potential so we want to be able to give him the opportunity to excel. We are now looking forward to working again with Swan and our new partners for the forthcoming season.”



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The Louth Looney - Unregistered

December 21, 2011 10:11 AM

SMR have got it all covered.BSB and the Roads.great choice of riders. I do hope that the Yamaha will be a good enough package for both riders,but i think both riders will have to be at the top of their game to be on the top step. If any one can win on the IOM riding a Yamaha,Hutchy can but it will not be easy against the Honda's Good luck to Shaun and all the team for a very busy 2012.



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