MotoGP » Ellison: It was a bad day at the office

'I was in a lot of pain from my Silverstone crash and have been getting treatment and painkillers before and after every session but it just proved too difficult in the race' - James Ellison

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M1M - Unregistered

July 02, 2012 4:27 PM

There's never a good time to be injured but this is the worst possible point in the season with races coming so close together and consequently hardly any time to recover. Nevertheless, most race fans would still swap many good days in their offices for just one bad day at his.

Al. - Unregistered

July 02, 2012 8:04 PM

James was hurt bad at Silverstone. But kept it quiet. He fell really hard , Probably didn't want anyone taking his ride at Assen. Another Gutsy Brit. Shame though. Hope he rests up for This week.


July 03, 2012 4:42 AM

not a big fan of the crt's , but i really do like all the crt riders.
those guys are giving there all on crappy machinery.
and as for ellison i think he has taken big strides in confidence and shows he is a great rider.
big fan of yonnie too.

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