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Macau entry list announced

The intention of the new format is to stretch the grid as the riders head into the fast left-hander at Reservoir, and to allow safer passage through the fast right Mandarin Oriental Bend before heading down to the famous Lisboa Bend.

For the third year, the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix will also be the season finale for the Duke Road Race Rankings, a series which recognizes season-long performance on the world's premier road circuits.




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cruachan - Unregistered

October 10, 2012 10:43 PM

Easton clearly isn't 100% yet so I don't think going to Macau would be a good idea for him. He's shown flashes of his old speed this year in BSB but it will take time. A good rest and preseason should help. Hardly uncommon, Guintoli took a long time to recover from the injuries he got when Brookes torpedoed him, and look at him now. Conor Cummins is only now starting to show his old pace again after his TT crash.

Tetley

October 14, 2012 10:15 PM

I hope Rutter's Macau form is better than his BSB form this year. Blade was in great form at NW200 but his results went downhill from there. What has happened, or didn't happen?



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