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Md Zane

July 15, 2009 4:45 PM

Cal is making Superglue look like a Pritstick this year.
I bet the offers of a ride for next season are coming thick and fast,myself i would love to see him take the gp2 direction,it's a gamble but...

Shrieker

July 15, 2009 6:07 PM

Md Zane,

Yamaha was the bike to be on this season. Kenan would have beaten the crap out of Cal on a Yamaha. Just because the Ten Kate bike was problematic all season long doesn't mean Cal and Eugene are better riders than him. In fact they are absolutely NOT.

Shrieker

July 15, 2009 6:37 PM

You don't know what was going on within that team this year (Ten Kate). The '08 bike was dead on but they were focused on the Superbike squad and the supersport boys never got the chance to figure the '09 bike out. Cal and Eugene were competing against a Champion on a crippled bike. Don't be fooled.

fooker - Unregistered

July 15, 2009 7:51 PM

Superglue is embarrising this year, sorry but truth hurts, he has the number 1 honda and has resorted to childish desperate hard moves on the 2 new boys who are making the Turk look, well, SILLY. :blush:

Shrieker

July 15, 2009 7:56 PM

I'm sick of that brit chauvinism. I told this on many occasions. If a rider can't cut it in some category, doesn't mean he's a crap rider. Kenan wasn't good on a superbike, so what ? He even admitted to this and added that he got along with the 600cc machine much much better. Eugene never impressed on a 250 but is a top runner in Supersport, which is another example. If Cal becomes very successful on a Superbike, then well done to him. But on a 600cc bike that doesn't make him a better rider than Kenan. Kenan is the record holder in this category.

By the way stop clicking the thumb up/down button. You can click it a hundred times which is totally pointless-at least until crash.net fixes it

Shrieker

July 15, 2009 8:11 PM

Fooker

You are right, he is embarrassing - Pitt. Pitt is a double Wss champion, but when the problems showed up with the debut of the '09 bike, he was no where compared to Kenan. Kenan coped with the problems so much better, which shows his quality. But the team were too focused on the Superbike squad and they almost ignored the Supersport guys. What do you expect Kenan to do then? Get off and push the bike ?

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