WSBK » Alstare surprised by Neukirchner claims.


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Captain Irrelevant - Unregistered

October 08, 2009 12:46 PM

'The only thing worse than being talked about is NOT being talked about'. And without this why would we be talking about Max Neukirchner right now?

So if you want to keep your rider's profile fairly high and although he's a very capable rider and keen to get back into it (which seems most likely - At the bottom line the Medical team are there to enable riders to race if they reasonably can) he's not physically fit to race ......

RacerX - Unregistered

October 08, 2009 3:51 PM

Before his injury Max was pretty high on the shopping list of team owners. I wonder if this is related to Batta's current budget problems.
Whatever is going on very strange that this is being played out in public ??

Mark53

October 08, 2009 4:32 PM

He's lost his mind to race again this year. Its almost over, why risk it? Better to heal up and get ready for next season. He's fast as hell, I'd hire him if he was fit and ready to go. That is, if I owned a team!

Steve Howarth

October 08, 2009 6:30 PM

GO FOR IT MAX!
I got pranged 5 weeks ago and the doctors told me it would take 9 months to recover, I told them 9 weeks and they laughed, 5 weeks on and I'm walking. Max is the best person to assess when he'll be fit, he knows what his body is capable of and he has a racers mentality, why give up because it's the end of the season, get out there and show them what you can do.

DrifterJake

October 08, 2009 6:32 PM

It's a shame about the injuries because he was so quick at the begining of the year. The championship race might look quite different if Max had competed all year. If Suzuki can swing it a team comprised of Haslam and Neukirchner would be very strong.

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