MotoGP » Toseland convinced he will make progress

James Toseland is confident he will scale the timesheets this weekend, despite setting the 13th fastest time in free practice at Valencia

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November 06, 2009 5:42 PM

Adapt to the M1 after the R1? he's been riding it 2 bloody years. as a genuine JT fan, there's just no defending him in motogp. one disappointment after another. mentally he just hasn't been on it this year. i think he has lost belief in himself. i hope he wins WSBK next year. if not the whole championship, at least a decent handful of races. :rolleyes:

max - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 5:58 PM

I'm not a JT fan or a British fan. All them racers suck except for Carl Forgaty...he was a dude.

Anyway JT will not improve. Spies will overtake him and make him the last Yamaha sad.


November 06, 2009 6:12 PM

i don't want to get petty, but max that is a bit too much. fogarty the only 'dude'. how about mike hailwood, how about barry sheene, how about joey dunlop (seriously he was awsome). i know we are harking back to the past but don't write off all british riders as sucking, it is ignorant.

chinov - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 6:19 PM

EXCUSES ALREADY! cmon james what do you mean you have to acclimate to the bike again cuz you have riden a superbike. how many days you have riden a superbike 2 or 3 days? if there is one thing james toseland good at is to give excuses and give false hope for his brit fans. shame shame shame james.


November 06, 2009 6:24 PM

i hear that stoner rode his ducati monster to the track today. he is currently trying to adapt back to the race bike after clocking 10 miles on the less powerful machine. you just can't make this s**t up. JT we love you, come back to WSBK with some dignity left intact.

high on fumes - Unregistered

November 06, 2009 6:25 PM

Yes I'd like to see Toseland do well in his last race but i've come to see him in a different light during his GP career. Lots of excuses and hopes of bouncing back. I think he realised this year that he hasn't got what it takes, but at least he tried, nothing wrong with going back to WSB.


November 06, 2009 6:43 PM

@high on fumes

couldn't agree more. a poor motogp career doesn't necessarily equate to a failed WSBK career. Bayliss bounced back. i bet toseland does too. if he fails in wsbk this time and continues with the excuses.....well lets just hope that doesn't happen. be ready for the continued spies comparisons though.

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