MotoGP » PBM's MotoGP plans unchanged despite Byrne decision


"We are also committed to MotoGP and will be making an important announcement soon on our plans in that series" - Paul Bird.

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JoaoSousa

November 19, 2012 7:38 PM

Good decision by Shakey, I believe. If I had to choose between staying at home and touring the country fighting for wins or fly all around the world in a massively inconvenient and at times tortuous schedule languishing at the back of the pack, I'd take the former without even blinking. He can travel and see those places whenever he pleases after he retires.

Iggy - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 7:51 PM

Have on reliable info that the 'second' bike is all British ... a Briggs-Stratton lawnmower engine in a Raleigh frame, powered by chicken poo. Good call to stay in BSB I think.

Divvery - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 8:06 PM

How come Ellison wassnt retained? He put in a brilliant season with noable successes in the crt class. Mind you, paul bord is a **** of the highest order, and ellison is better off not working for him

shamarone

November 19, 2012 9:06 PM

re: "after some careful consideration, I thought that the option of staying with my championship winning team on a great bike in BSB was too strong a temptation to resist"

shakey put on a good show, but was there ever any doubt...? the man knows wobblin' when he sees it.

Bill - Unregistered

November 19, 2012 9:25 PM

I wish ellison all the best in 2013 I hope he returns to a good team . He deserves to be treated with more respect both by teams and the media who are always quick to prefix his name with the word sacked or dumped . No other rider gets this crap thrown at him

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