MotoGP » Ellison aims for improvement at Jerez


'It was a tough weekend mentally in Qatar as I didn't gel with the bike as much as I was hoping until the race' - James Ellison

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roadking03 - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 10:12 AM

Hope all goes well for James and the team,He works extremely hard and deserves to be out there with the rest...just needs to know that for himself....Good Luck James.......KEEP THE RUBBERSIDE DOWN and THE THROTTLE WFO!!!!!!!!77

pp916 - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 12:05 PM
Last Edited 911 days ago

@ shuggiemac

James needs to gel with the bike otherwise he's stuffed....from past performance he's not one to ride around problems if he's not comfortable.

David Mills - Unregistered

April 25, 2012 12:23 PM

Well considering he was last it's not going to be too hard to improve is it? One thing though, at least riding a development bike he can use his decade long book of excuses, frame, tyres, team, Manager...etc

Md Zane

April 25, 2012 12:55 PM

Last year James done 2 championships WSS600 and BSB and done well in both(hopper pace ish)
Compared to the other CRTs this bike is def underdeveloped,it was still running steel discs in last testing.So they are developing this bike on the race track( doesn't bother me ,do think James is wise enough to know what a blue flag is),probably P Bird would love to have a Stoner on it but money will be tight so its gonna fall to a cheaper rider to work with what they have.

Does it matter if he wears his hat back to front, in the end either this concept works or doesn't but GOOD LUCK JAMES.

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