RR » Plater: TT 'highly unlikely' following NW200 fall

Last year's Senior TT winner Steve Plater has admitted that he will likely have to sit out the defence of his victory in 2010, following the broken arm he sustained during practice for last weekend's North West 200 in Ireland

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markyb - Unregistered

May 20, 2010 3:05 AM

Ye steves a great guy and i hope he turns up at cadwell even though he isnt riding - there will be a lot of people hoping he does! get well soon steve...

Dangerboy - Unregistered

May 20, 2010 9:07 AM

Getted for the Steve as he is getting better and better with age, heres hoping for a speedy recovery and thats hes back on the short circuits soon.

Perhaps a little contentious but will Honda look for a replacement for the TT? I was watching the NW last night and wondering why no-ones given young Michael Dunlop a try out on a fully supported bike, he has raw speed in abundance (despite his size)...

Richard Mushet

May 20, 2010 3:16 PM

Don't most of the older generation of riders lie about their age?

Anyway, Keith Amor has been given the ride in Superbike and Senior races at the TT. Wise move really - he looked impressive at the NW200 on a stock S1000RR...

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