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Kenan Sofuoglu to make grand prix debut at Estoril

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moppersmurf - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 4:24 PM

Dannyboy,dannyboy,dannyboy.
I think he's going to use the boys as a pinball.
He is going to ride for the podiums and for sure he is not going to call his mommy. Stop the bull**** dannyboy and use your time for better things in place off speaking **** about this guy.

pp916 - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 4:24 PM

If he's given the time to familiarise himself with the bike and team before being thrown into a race weekend I suspect his debut will be something special.

He's used to a faster, more sophisticated bike he'll think this thing is dragging an anchor!

But if Michele Pirro could do as well as he did while carrying an injury, when he's rarely at the front in SS600, I suspect Kenan will fly. He might whinge a bit off track but on it he's aggressive bordering on dangerous at times, he'll have no problem with the ragged riding that personifies this class.

Shrieker

October 08, 2010 7:02 PM
Last Edited 1373 days ago

13 podiums to 10 podiums. Consistency = Win.

Anyway, that's the past now. Please, please put it behind. That's the only way to move forward. It's already been discussed over and over. Race wins doesn't matter alone if you can't rack up big points when you can't win.

TURK - Unregistered

October 08, 2010 10:05 PM

Only a beginning for him!...

Valuable test and warm up for a next step which will be MotoGP in 2012.

I hope that he will succeed and put his foot! Good luck Kenan.

daveyboy

October 09, 2010 2:50 AM

What's his race number going to be? He can't use 54, Kev Coghlan has already used that one this year.

I wish him loads of success, if a rider can go from WSS to Moto2 and do well, it's more likely to encourage Moto2 teams to recruit from WSS in the future. Could pave the way for riders like Chaz Davies, Gino Rea & Sam Lowes in the future. :)

ZeR0 Kun

October 09, 2010 1:26 PM

i guess quality of the field could play part... i mean, he looks good on WSS because the field quality of the series is lesser than Moto2 (correct me if I am wrong then).

Try to pick 3 names for podium finishes in WSS and you will certainly pick him, Laverty, and any other guy for the position.

Try to do the same for Moto2 and you will be spoilt for choice. On one weekend you can win, the next weekend you may just be a midfield runner at the best.

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