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Michael Rutter leads Ducati 1-2 at Macau - takes record seventh win!

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Martin Vale - Unregistered

November 20, 2011 10:10 AM

Fantastic win and record for Michael, superb second for Martin. But great respect to Ian Hutchinson (precious metal man) no, not the leg nuts and bolts, but the heart of gold and balls of titanium!!!

i love rubber - Unregistered

November 20, 2011 12:31 PM

Michael went to Macau with one goal..win the race.The majority of the other riders come for the the end of season stag party.
Great acheivement from Michael in what could be the last ever Macau bike GP.I hope this is not the case as Mike Trimby as worked miracles to get the race completed this year in very difficult circumstances.

IOM

November 20, 2011 1:08 PM

Well done to Rutter and Jessop - but the star of the weekend has got to be Hutchy. Amazing!

Roll on TT 2012! He's obviously gelled with the Yam and given his Macau performance there are no confidence issues. When Hutchy signed for Swan Yamaha, Shaun Muir hinted that he could be in line for a BSB ride in 2012. As good as he is on the roads, he is also a mean short circuit racer. What's the chances he will get the nod?

cruachan - Unregistered

November 20, 2011 1:21 PM

It was only cut to 10 laps due to the weather, but I agree, it might be time to increase the Motorcycle event to multiple classes like the TT and NW200 to try and attract the same level of field.

Congrats to the Blade though, most successful rider ever at Guia!

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