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Richard Mushet

December 10, 2012 9:02 PM

RR » POLL: Can anyone stop John McGuinness at TT 2013?

McPint is the man when it comes to the litre bikes, but some of the performances we've seen from other riders will make next year pretty unpredictable. Anstey and Mickey D. on the Stockers, the Dunlops and Gaz on the Supersports and any one of half a dozen guys on the Superbike/Senior. Not sure who voted for Rutter, but his only chances are on the Twin and Tron bikes, surely? Oh yeah, don't forget James Hillier too. He's on the verge of a podium, I'm certain of it...

Richard Mushet

October 17, 2012 10:00 AM

BSB » Brookes out-scores rivals with perfect scoresheet

So, the few seasons before, which all had runaway winners (bar the Kiyo and Hill battle) woudn't have been affected by the shootout rules? It's bl00dy funny how the new rules have completely b0ll0cksed two different riders these past two seasons then isn't it? I've voted with my feet too - in the past two seasons I've only been to about three days' racing. The smug, self-congratulatory numpties that run this series don't deserve my hard-earned cash. If the riders were given prize money I'd be a lot more inclined to pay up!

Richard Mushet

September 23, 2012 2:25 PM

BSB » Can you help?

It's all well and good stating how much is spent on safety equipment, but the facts are that the marshals do their jobs for free, the riders and teams have to pay for no fiscal rewards, the sponsors (Nissan, Stihl, Swan, Monster, Fuchs etc) are paying for their publicity and the non-MSVR circuits have to tender to host their round. Surely a price can't be put on human lives, so less money could be spent on the snazzy MSVR shirts/jackets etc and more on safety equipment to look after the people that are lining their pockets "week in week out."

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