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aeolus

June 03, 2014 9:02 PM

RR » TT2014: Karl Harris loses life in Superstock incident


Bradenws: Are we supposed to be shocked by this type of news anymore? It's been "real" every year I've paid attention, and I want to say that's since around 2004. This race kills. The riders must know that by now, and we're not allowed to act like it doesn't anymore. Always sad to see, but my god. Surface streets are not meant for racing, people, so don't act so thunderstruck every time these incidents happen.
Agree. Riders with young children should be ineligible to compete. .

aeolus

June 03, 2014 10:53 PM

RR » TT2014: Karl Harris loses life in Superstock incident


johnny13: Agree. Riders with young children should be ineligible to compete. .
As should those with elderly relatives or cancer, or a new wife who may produce children, or the over 60's (Bob Price RIP) or those with a debt greater than there ability to pay or anyone who hasnt got a.......life! Do freck off now with your nanny state bollox mentality. I met bomber lots, raced with him a few times and he would be proper fecked off with this shyte nanny attitude. He wasnt just a racer but a biker through and through. You sir should watch, involve yourself, freck off to a knitting convention that clearly suits you better. FFS what an absolute disgrace to the memory of a true racing gentleman. Race them stolen wheels off Bomber son x Easy for you to say. Leaving a young wife with small children to fend for themselves is criminal. It shows a despicably selfish attitude in the rider no matter how heroic you think he is.


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