MotoGP » Kevin Schwantz 'told to leave' Austin MotoGP test


"CotA management requested I leave the track immediately... CotA's security force also accused me of criminal trespass and warned I would be arrested the next time I entered the track" - Kevin Schwantz.

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fan of motogp - Unregistered

March 20, 2013 6:34 PM

WOW... Shocker... after all Kevin has done to get motogp there they treat him likeshit, sad. this man has done so much for the motogp, if it wasn't for him there wouldn't be motogp there at all. its very disappointing, shame on Dorna.

TheBiscuit

March 20, 2013 6:41 PM

seriously? he has spat the dummy with them and now spits the dummy when he turns up with an (albeit kosher) random pass with a sh11ty team to get in????
yeah maybe back in the day you were a 'legend' but now you are a businessman that has lost out on a deal. get over it and grow up. move on and stop being a d1ck.

The Mentor - Unregistered

March 20, 2013 7:10 PM

This right here should be a lesson to all current and up and coming riders. The Sport never has your back, you're only a money making machine to them, in the end it's just a business. You stop producing in one way or another you become obsolete. Sad, but true.

Spartacus - Unregistered

March 20, 2013 7:28 PM

I am not sure who did what, however it seems a bit childish to remove Kevin from the property in such a manner, only Kevin and the promotorers know what is behind all of this. I will not be attending that GP for other reasons non-related to this event. Hey Keving do you want to hang out at my crib to watch the GP together? Let me know man.

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