RR » McGuinness to front 'Honda Legends' line-up

John McGuinness, Steve Plater and Keith Amor team up for a combination of endurance and road-racing in 2011 with 'Honda Legends'

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no1gardener - Unregistered

November 29, 2010 6:23 PM

shame we are not going to see steve on the short circuits or the roads i still think he could give the youngsters a run for their money, maybe after that big smash he just cant risk another one, i suppose endurance is a bit steadier, even for him!

eric - Unregistered

November 30, 2010 11:06 AM


Have you ever seen Keith on the roads in Ireland ? Appart from Farquar no one can live with him,and,at the IOM as a relative new commer he was awesome last year .Honda know what they are doing:

hhhhhh - Unregistered

November 30, 2010 1:35 PM

Noone cares about the roads in Ireland, brain out around some country lane doesnt qualify him to ride world level short circuit and im sorry but unless there is a top short circuit rider currently having a go in the irish road scene, there isnt a single rider there thats fast short circuit and before someone says oh its only endurance there are riders in there on a different planet to him as far as short circuits.
"comes from a short circuit background" yeh club racing on bikes with the ******** tuned off them. Mcguinness back in the day was good on a superbike and has real experience also he actually is a "legend" and Platers pedegree of late is obvious for anyone to see, Amore???

CBR - Unregistered

December 01, 2010 10:28 PM

i think the team is a good one. think hutchy would hav been in it if he was not injurd.what i would like to see is all three racing at the nw200 were the real fans can see there heros.

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