MotoGP » Moto2: Gino Rea returns at Le Mans

"It's all been a great motivation to me and now I'm itching to get back out there" - Gino Rea.

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davechipp - Unregistered

May 13, 2013 3:10 PM

It will be good to see you back on track Gino we need you in this series lets hope you can get enough backing to do the rest of the season.FULL GAS SIDEWAYS that's how we like to see you.


May 13, 2013 6:49 PM

Best of luck to you Gino. Nothing to loose and everything to gain as I see it. No one is going to expect you to get a decent result with no testing and turning up in a van and no garage etc.. with no other FTR on the grid you have no one to share data. It's David vs Goliath. Go Gino Im hoping you score some points. If it is wet you definatley will!

Ian S - Unregistered

May 13, 2013 10:00 PM

Make no mistake, Gino is a fast and classy rider. He deserves to be in this class full time.

@TheBiscuit. If you honestly think that Rea is the kind of rider to "tootle around" then you clearly have no understanding of him or Moto2.


May 14, 2013 6:13 AM

@ian s

sorry mate, didnt mean to get your knickers in a twist. its just my opinion that yeah he was a good superstock rider and reasonable ss, but one podium i think he got in moto2? not exactly gripping stuff.
but hey, he might do wonders in the race, you never know.

pp916 - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 8:49 AM

@ TheBuscuit....

European SS600 champion, race winner in WSS, podium on a seriously uncompetitive bike in Moto2, him and his family sacrificing everything they have to get him on the grid.....yep, a total waste of space is Gino, don't know how he dare show his face at Le Mans.

Come back when you've done something worthy yourself sunshine.....

All the best Gino, up against it but those that understand your cicumstances know that you'll give it everything as always.

Cristiano De Grammini - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 10:19 AM

To be fair, it's not really a surprise he was dropped. He was at the back of the grid every race apart from once where it rained. I bet if he could go back in time, he'd of stayed in WSS where he was ok. I don't think you should expect to stay in a class because you want to. That said, there seems to a lot of riders who have done that over the years (Colin Edwards, Elias etc etc)

Yes Yes Yes Leave Me Alone

May 14, 2013 10:58 AM
Last Edited 836 days ago

I agree @Cristiano and @TheBiscuit - I can't help but dislike Gino, and he didn't exactly make waves last year so not a great surprise he lost his ride.

Should go to BSS or WSS and begin to rebuild, not good enough in Moto2.

Frankly I prefer him where he is now, i.e. not riding! sorry for not liking him, just can't help it!

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