MotoGP » Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup ready for 2010


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monster

November 25, 2009 7:30 AM

It's a bummer this series isn't seen outside Europe

I would love to see these kids race at Phillip Island! ....with such low powered bikes and a super fast track it would be a race long drafting match ....fantastic

racinjasontv - Unregistered

November 25, 2009 10:24 AM

Congratulations :) :)
Arthur Sissis, I saw this kid ride a 2 stroke pocket bike on the back wheel when he was aged around 7 years old.
I am an ex international 250cc Grand Prix Rider and let me tell you going back all of those years ago, Arther was simply incredible to watch on a motorcycle,
it would not surprise me at all if he ended up being a super star like Rossie
All The Best Arther :p

Dman51

November 25, 2009 3:16 PM

The rookies cup is great fun to watch because you can get groups of 5+ just battling it out at the front until the last corner. All these guys are super competitive and all devote their lives to these 10 races in hopes of landing a real 125 ride. Jake Gagne will be a force this year with the 2 top guys last year moving on. It be nice for them to expand outside of Europe but the costs for this program would be way to much.

czechhero

November 25, 2009 9:24 PM

Whilst wishing all the best to the Brit lads in 2010, I have to say that Arthur Sissis looks one of the ones most likely to make the step up to MGP. The kid has turned his back on a highly promising speedway career to give this series a go, so good luck to him.
Oz has enough up and coming speedway riders anyway!!!

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