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September 01, 2015 10:28 AM

RR » Classic TT: Dunlop relishes 'perfect' victory

to produce times around the Island like these on 'aged' machinery shows the level of skill these guys have. For Bruce to be able to jump from four stroke to two stroke is no mean feat with changes in power bands, engine braking, and weight of a gp bike compared to a race version of a road bike still producing the goods at his age.WOW! Unfortunate he had an exhaust problem or else the race would have gone to the wire. For Dunlop to produce such speeds on what is a much uprated road bike from the 70's (more so than the original xr69) is also no mean feat and to win is a great achievement. Good to see Farquhar back in the mix as well, still at the top.


July 27, 2015 8:14 PM

RR » Dunlop defeats Martin in 'Legends' showdown at Armoy

I love it! So everyone who wants to win a superbike race should be riding a stock machine. So the manufacturers who support road racing will all be stopping producing full blown superbikes and will stick with stock machines because they are easier to ride and therefore gives the rider a better chance of winning. Hahahahahahahaha! I thought I had read it all from the armchair brigade but that suggestion is the most ridiculous to date.


July 22, 2015 7:23 PM

WSBK » Rea: I am sure I was quicker than Sykes…

Rea's being diplomatic with his statements. Remember the British round were Sykes set out to bully him and rough him up, Rea more or less said he did not want to get involved because obviously he was well ahead points wise. Same at Laguna- Sykes is definitely not going to help Rea and it looks like if he can run interference he is going to do it. A bad case of jealousy I think. I know Skyes has pulled the screen down in the garage as well with no data help etc. Just watch what happens if Rea secures the championship.

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