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See Michael Rutter win Macau 2012!

Review of the 2012 Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix, which was won by Michael Rutter for a record eighth time. Thanks to Sergio Nuno Perez for supplying this video
Review of the 2012 Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix, which was won by Michael Rutter for a record eighth time. Thanks to Sergio Nuno Perez for supplying this video


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Michael Rutter leads his SMT Honda team-mate John McGuinness at the Macau Grand Prix
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Michael Rutter leads Ian Hutchinson at the Macau Grand Prix
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Ian Hutchinson on the rostrum at the Macau Grand Prix
Milwaukee Yamaha`s Ian Hutchinson
Ian Hutchinson on the Milwaukee Yamaha
Michael Rutter on the SMT Honda
Michael Rutter at the Macau Grand Prix
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John McGuinness on the SMT Honda at the Macau Grand Prix
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Michael Rutter during a press conference at the Macau Grand Prix
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lean two

November 26, 2012 5:54 PM

@dylin... There is always going to be someone who gets seriously injured or dies in these type of racees... but they're doing what they love, and it never gona stop them... unfortunitly its a part of all motorsports... putting your life on the line doing what you love.... sign me up :~ fkn great race. wish they had more of this style of racing !!!!

shaken - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 2:41 AM

An amazing and incredible race but nonetheless a quite dangerous one (with those steel barriers and walls inches away) and lets not forget the guy killed (RIP) there a few days ago. If they can have this, why not a Monaco Motorcycle MotoGP????! Well first up, the current bunch of MotoGP 'stars' would cry first.



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