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Peter Light

December 17, 2014 9:47 AM

BSB » Jackson joins Kiyonari at Buildbase BMW


Totally agree Jed! Lee tackles things in a smart way. He improves every time he get on a bike rather than chucking it up the road trying to run before he can walk. He knows better than most that you learn nothing sitting on a tyre wall! I really think he will surprise a few by the end of the season with how much he improves. I predict a few points in the early rounds with some top 6 finishes by the end. Top 10 overall would be a good year. If you look back on his Superteen days as Jed mentioned you would not have predicted how far he would come so quickly.

Peter Light

September 18, 2014 1:52 PM

MotoGP » Loris Baz looking for a ride


Everyone is making good points above there are advantages if you are small and light and the current rules drive the kind of decisions that are being made. The thing that bothers me is that Aspar was ready to sign Baz based on results, and recommendation from poeple who he respects and trusts. This only changed when he found out how tall he was. One of the things that I love about bike racing is that it does not discriminate (gender, race, religion etc) and that everyone gets the same treatment if they want to have a go. Are we in danger of this changing?

Peter Light

September 18, 2014 12:56 PM

MotoGP » Loris Baz looking for a ride


This 'you are too tall for Motogp' is the beginning of a dangerous route. I agree that the smaller riders have an advantage but to rule a rider out point blank because of height is just wrong. The only thing that should matter is what the stopwatch reads as they cross the line. Will you get to a point where the Redbull rookies selection process automatically reject the taller kids even before they get on a bike?

Peter Light

August 22, 2014 9:46 AM

BSB » Ian Hutchinson exits FFX Yamaha


SMR were very loyal to him throughout his time out with the terrible leg injury and stuck by him when most thought he would never race again. Ian has performed near miracles to make it back on the track but it would seem that getting back to the front in both short circuits and the roads is just a step too far. Very sad all round and I hope the Ian is happy and sucessful as whatever he chooses to do next.


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