RR » UGP: Martin revels in big Dundrod victory


'No one comes to win the 'B' race do they? It's nice to reward them with the main race win' - Guy Martin

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Paul - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 9:47 PM

What a childish comment where you even at the ulster the only fat bit are the balls that are six times the size of your brain if your such a big man you beat them

dannyb - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 10:25 PM

The only reason Guy Martin won was because Micheal Dunlop made a mistake. Martin will always be a nearly man. As for man of the meeting for what winning one race . Pure crap He is just a show off for the TV cameras

PatrickD - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 12:55 AM

It was a snide remark by Guy, trying to demean Michael's victory in the second superbike race. Utterly graceless as ever.
I'm no big Michael fan, but I'd suggest that his two big bike victories on Saturday trumped Guy's single victory. And as for the TT... A 'b' race victory would be more than gm could hope to get.

Chewy - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 8:39 AM

I thought the UGP feature race was much better than the North West this year etc. Watching Michael and Guy was very entertaining. I was very surprised to see Guy pass Michael back which is something nobody has done this year. He put pressure on Michael and he fell off. Not that I want anyone to fall off but I think it was great to see someone challenge Michael. The Tyco bike looked very strong in some area's and so did Michaels. Fair play to the both of them.

Nick636

August 14, 2012 9:19 AM

Dannyb

What a d1ck... They were at each other all the time. As for Guy, he's a great character. And I don't think anyone has the personality he has. He is one hell of a rider. Even John Mcguiness rates him, and says Guy's unlucky...

Besides, what has ever been as funny as Guy's "best comeback since Easter" comment.

Anyway, I have MASS respect for all these guys. Guy, John and Michael are definitely my favourites.

the Legendary T.A. - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 7:56 PM

Its wrong for anybody to be picking at any of these riders , remember a young Englishman lost his precious life on the Thursday of the meeting .Guy and Michael were at it hammer and tongs , both have had accidents in the past and Guy especially has had some very major offs and is still here to tell the tale.He is riding as hard as ever. William fell off at 140 on the tiny roads of Skerries recently also.This is without a doubt the most dangerous sport in the entire world , these men risk all. Respect them all , would we do it even if we had the talent? I doubt it. Let them all have their say , keep silent and listen and respect them all. Legends walk among us mere mortals

bigphil sp1 - Unregistered

August 14, 2012 10:28 PM

for someone riding a works bike and getting the kind of results he has recently he should have been more gracious. Mickey D made a fool of him at the Southern 100 and had better results at the TT, Armoy etc on a private bike. Until he can ride a bike like Mickey D and get results like Mickey D he should keep his stupid comments to himself.

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