RR » 'Rain master' Rutter hoping heavens stay closed

2011 North West 200 Superbike class pole-sitter Michael Rutter might be acknowledged as something of a wet-weather maestro on two wheels, but he concedes that even he will not be performing a rain dance ahead of Saturday's race...

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st ninians - Unregistered

May 20, 2011 5:44 PM

Michael is a true racer whether it be track or road,he thinks safe and fast, a credit to any team,with Martin alongside him and with such great team backing he deserves a win come race day,as does Martin.
A great team all round and they deserve results,rain or shine both Mike and Martin will give their best.

gixxer - Unregistered

May 20, 2011 5:53 PM

Wonder what sbk rules the NW200 runs this class uner wounld not have thought the dukes would be so quick unless the weather bad on the long straights.


May 21, 2011 9:39 AM

Wish I was there, how I miss my Irish roadracing,
I recently got a new station called speed on foxtel so no doubt I'll see some of it in the near future.
Speed is a godsend as it alsa has a program called best battles which is also great.

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