MotoGP » Shoya Tomizawa 1990-2010


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Jimmy - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 3:13 PM

RIP Shoya I will always remember you as a bright furture star will an even bigger smile.

I don't no if it just me but BBC have been updating there site daily ever since this happened. But why does it take a rider to lose his life for the BBC to do a good job. I no that BBC are rubbish and get alot of stick and I can see why but if this was F1 it would be like 24hour new i.e Massa but the only good thing about that was Massa never died just how I see things.


Greener02 - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 8:12 PM

At least we know that alot of the riders will have the #48 on their shoulders alongsied the #74 to, where it belongs to remind us of what a talented young racer he was, but mostly what a wonderful person he was also, RIP Shoya Tomizawa you will be sorley missed.

Joe Blow - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 8:15 PM

Very sad. A really entertaining rider and by all accounts a nice kid.

Its difficult to accept when riders who are so young die. I understand that both him and Peter Lenz were living the dream, and frankly had I had their talents I'd do it too, but often we forget just how dangerous this sport is.

Westminister - Unregistered

September 09, 2010 9:17 PM



GODSPEED SHOYA TOMIZAWA # 48,

May you rest in peace.

I have watch your endeavours with respect, for you have brought joy to this
observer.

I honour you in the simplest way I know how, by keeping you in my memories, you will not be forgotten...

SHOYA TOMIZAWA


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