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February 24, 2014 10:47 AM

WSBK » Solid step forward for Rea, Haslam

i have been loyal honda fan for good while, and was excited about the fireblade SP, but this was a terrible showing from the team at PI poor Rea, i really want him to jump ship to Kawasaki or something just so he can show his potential. In my opinion Rea and Laverty are the two best riders in WSBK, Rea just rides like a mongrel. God i feel sorry for him having to drag that junk around with him, when he could have been dominating WSBK...


December 16, 2013 12:40 AM

BSB » Honda title winners pull out of BSB

I sincerely hope you are right, but the french WEC riders will surely want at least some of their own countrymen in their pits, how so? the team will still be run from the UK: ".... The outfit secured some impressive results and in doing so successfully raised the profile of the Endurance World Championship and Honda’s involvement in the series. The 2014 team will continue to be run from the same UK base and will re-focus its strategy on challenging for the championship title. " As for having the need to win its just like all the other top teams, they dont spend twice the budget of the smaller teams to come the same midpack positions do they? didnt Shaun Muir Factory Yamaha drop Josh Waters because he couldnt cut it? Aswell as James Ellison? what about Josh brookes dropping Suzuki because he thought he couldnt challenge the title anymore on it. Paul Bird also stated he wouldnt want to be in BSB if Shakey wasnt keen. Cant blame just Honda then for having the need to win, just like a


December 15, 2013 12:53 PM

BSB » Honda title winners pull out of BSB

Lol tetley have a look around the web for more info and you might find the answers to your incessant accusations Honda dont wanna be making up the numbers which many can applaud, the title sponsor and top riders who can actually win the championship have dried up. They were waiting on Leon Camier but unfortunately it seems motogp is his destination now. As for not thinking the british market is important, its quite the contrary. They think its VERY important. Hence the reason they tried to get a program together until the very end. They will be WILDCARDING a few races in 2014 and looking for a full return in 2015. still think they dont like BSB? As for their employees, they will be transferred to the WEC team, it has been confirmed. And the rest will work on the bike, developing it through 2014. i absolutely glad they pulled the plug on the legends TT team in WEC. I mean cmon all those years and the team barely shook up the established team.No offence, but Mcpint and rutter etc jus

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