RR » Wayne Gardner demands immediate TT ban


Wayne Gardner, the 1987 500cc Grand Prix World Champion, has demanded the Isle of Man TT is banned 'now' following two deaths at the 2010 event.

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Cadwell75 - Unregistered

July 02, 2010 6:19 PM

How many jockies have been killed racing horses?
How many cyclists have been killed road racing?
How many speed boat racers?
How many stunt pilots....da da da

Kato died, lets ban motogp?

It's fast and dangerous just like everything else you turnip!!

Cardiacs955i

July 02, 2010 6:44 PM

Wayne Said: "On a course that long, you cannot possibly remember every corner, every braking point or every change in elevation or direction"

Err. No. He should listen to the riders commentaries - they know every inch of that course.

captainscarlet - Unregistered

July 02, 2010 6:47 PM

I live and race in the isle of man. I only do the short circuits out of choice, but virtually all the lads I race with are working towards the Manx GP (for amateurs) and ultimately the TT. They all desperately WANT to race the mountain course. Good luck to them. The TT is fantastic and WG should know better than to criticise people wanting an adenalin fix - after all he was one of the biggest nutters out there in the 80's!

shaun easton - Unregistered

July 02, 2010 7:12 PM

as mr gardner has never raced at the tt what does he know about it nothing i expect another person talking about the tt when they should know better racers know the risk end off :) :p :-o

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