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Cubik Rube

April 25, 2008 12:53 PM

Go Nori! As for Bayliss, yes you are a god but do us a favour and fall off without hurting anything except your pride....i want a nice close championship...with Nori and Troy fighting it out....till the end. (Well i can hope :) )

Dan - Unregistered

April 25, 2008 1:26 PM

Look how far behind the rest of the Ducatis are - I think Bayliss makes the new bike look better than it really is. Nice to see all the inline engined bikes doing well - thats the way to keep the championship alive, as opposed to hoping bayliss falls off.

Jack Thunderace - Unregistered

April 25, 2008 1:55 PM

I agree with you Dan.

When I clicked on the test times I saw who was leading and the first thing I did was then look for the next Ducati.

I want a good championship too.
Even though I do support the XEROX Ducati squad. ;)

But Baylisstic is an amazing rider with huge amounts of talent, and seeing him there leading all of the 4's it shows how hard he is having to work the bike.

Seeing him ride at Brands for the last 2 years when i have been working for the XEROX team you see what a fantastic racer he is. Climbing all over it but still making it look so easy.

Pity this is his last year. ( even though he nearly retired last season also until he was talked out of it. :)

Dan - Unregistered

April 25, 2008 2:31 PM


Have to agree he is a class act - I have followed him closely since his Australian superbike days and always hope he wins. Such a shame to be retiring when on such devestating form!

I hope the others make it a close race as a fan of the sport rather than any individual - but some riders I follow more closely than others!


Lucifer - Unregistered

April 25, 2008 3:18 PM

I hope they wont be adding any weight penalty to those Ducatis.
Haga's Yamaha is 14 kph quicker down the straight than Bayliss's bike!!
TB must be riding the wheels off the thing.

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