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August 04, 2011 11:31 AM

WSBK » ParkinGO to take up Yamaha WSBK role?


Agree with all of the above. I would like to see Camier back on a Yamaha. His talents are not being showcased in his current employment - he looks like he's on a mini-moto at the moment! Eugene is showing real potential (and class) and I think should be looking to get back into GPs - either Moto2, or preferably MotoGP on a 1000. With regards 'factories' pulling out of main chamionships this, I'm starting to think, is not a bad thing. Look at BSB - there have been no true factory teams since Honda and Ducati pulled the plug, but the level of competition has increased.

IOM

August 03, 2011 3:34 PM

WSBK » Toseland boosts morale with points' finishes


I for one hopes JT does return to form. He's still young, with potentially 9/10 years of racing ahead of him. You don't just lose talent - he's basically had the stuffing knocked out of him over the last couple of years, after being hyped up in 2007/2008. He just needs to get fit and get some laps under his belt. I also think he has suffered from us Brits heaping huge pressure on him to achieve and when it goes wrong a certain few (a lot, in fact) can't wait to jump all over him. I doubt any of us have slightest inkling what that can do to a chaps morale!


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