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HM Plant Honda signs Keith Amor to replace Steve Plater for the Isle of Man TT

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motoman - Unregistered

May 22, 2010 3:48 PM

just the fact that your trying to say he thinks he's the people's rider and all that sh!t. the people's rider WTF. i like Guy as i do all the other road riders.

Brendon Bullstrode - Unregistered

May 22, 2010 4:10 PM

Motoman
Well he does!!! Just about everyone who races on the road thinks he's lost the plot. Which he has. He takes everyone for a fool. Which there not. Worst of all he thinks that he is intelligent. Which he's not.

Keep of the white lines Guy. Remember Karl Harris. :?

Tom - Unregistered

May 22, 2010 7:00 PM

God knows what you plonkers are on about i must have missed somthing ,but, to regain the plot Keiths appointment is great news and if he finnishes in front of McGuinness Martin AND Hutchinson he will probably win! :)

FooAtari - Unregistered

May 22, 2010 7:12 PM

It's not often I don't get behind a Scotsman, but Keith Amor just annoys me.

Whenever he get's his ass kicked, his excuse is always "I'm not gonna push to hard because I have ..insert race here.. to think about next.

Guy Martin should have got the ride. He is incredibly quick, just has some of the worst luck I have ever seen.

Good luck with the TT Keith, it never hurts to have the best bike below you

Regarding Guy Martin, hes not a bad rider but he does harp on about being a "normal joe" and is the first to slate the BSB paddock for being full of poncy posers with big motorhomes etc etc and then he goes and buys a limited edition Aston Martin :?

clingon - Unregistered

May 23, 2010 1:06 AM

if he can clingon to mc stout the way he clings on to j rea he will be on the podium,he could always get a part in star trek, martin is a much better tt rider ,and deserves a decent crack at it ,on a good bike

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