RR » Easton completes Macau hat-trick

Stuart Easton cruises to a third consecutive Macau Grand Prix victory, ahead of Michael Rutter, Jeremy Toye and Simon Andrews.

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GarethBJ - Unregistered

November 20, 2010 11:34 AM

Great result (4th)for Si Andrews!!! Should have been 3rd if it wasn't for his exhaust blowing up. This just proves how good he is, considering it was only his 2nd time in Macau. If he would of been on the podium he would have made history due to this fact. This year has been a year he needs to forget and move forward to next year, considering the horrific injury sustained earlier on in the year. Come on Nick sign him up for next year as you know he can do a job for you as he has already proved.

Scotty - Unregistered

November 20, 2010 12:57 PM

Mark Buckley had a good ride .he finished in the top 20 which is a good result in only his second visit to Macau on a superstock spec bike..Well done Mark and the luminox BMW team.

roadking03 - Unregistered

November 20, 2010 1:45 PM

A big congrats to you Mr Easton on a great finish....helps make up for the poor luck you had this last season...Hope you get a great ride in 2011....Also congrats to Jermy Toye....because Im an American!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mart - Unregistered

November 20, 2010 2:34 PM

Dont understand why andrews would have made history if he finished on the podium at his second attempt. Because i think easton won it on his first attempt, but i do think he should be on the mss kwak next year.


November 20, 2010 4:58 PM
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Schwantz won it his first and only time there and cut about 7 seconds off the lap record his first flying lap in practice. Being on the podium in a 2nd attempt year is definitely no record.


Miller and Toye both do the Isle of Man TT and Macau - this isn't their first year. Miller won the TT this year in the electric bike class.

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