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Rolf - Unregistered

July 28, 2009 5:55 PM

Gravel Traps!!! How many riders need to be injured (Rainy comes to mind) before the tracks understand the proper way to design and maintain them! Cripes, golf courses do a better job with there sand traps on a daily basis and they are not life threatening! No excuse!!!!!

Dave - Unregistered

July 28, 2009 6:34 PM

Xaus has always shown that he believes he has a WC in him or more wins at least. Hopefully it will come together for him at BMW, he's been away from the front for too long now.

Martin - Unregistered

July 28, 2009 6:52 PM

Five weeks would be an impressive recovery time, although obviously his break isn't as bad as Neukirchner's was. Corser clearly isn't the rider he used to be, so I can see Xaus getting the better results of the two in 2010, perhaps including a podium or two. Whether he can win a title for BMW depends on having a good development rider once Troy does call it a day. Xaus has had his moments since returning to WSBK, even if he sometimes looks like a shadow of the guy who did so well for d'Antin as a MotoGP rookie.

bri t

July 28, 2009 7:27 PM
Last Edited 1826 days ago

Rolf...i was thinking exactly the same. Post Rainey's career ending crash I thought all gravel traps had to be flat, by 'racing law'.

Disgraceful that riders are still being injured this way! :rolleyes:

Nana Linda

July 31, 2009 3:28 AM

Glad to hear your recovery is going so well, I believe it most certainly helps with such a wonderful positive attitude, looking forward to seeing you back on your bike, and i wouldn't be surprised to see you on the podium in the not so distant future...
God Bless

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