WSBK » Haga ahead of Spies but Smrz fastest of all

A close sessions sees just three tenths covering Jakub Smrz in first down to Jonathan Rea in ninth.

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Amol R - Unregistered

October 23, 2009 6:18 PM

@tunnel vision......
your name says it all! you are totally clueless about racing aren't you?

btw when you do regain your senses and get a clear 'vision', do go back and check what Ben Spies had to say about rea's riding that weekend.

rea not only ruined ben's race that day, but also was a general nuisance to all other riders. just because rea blamed fabrizio for his mistake does not mean it is true. also his 'mistake' could have caused serious injury/death to nori. (just ask Max N). and whats worse is that rea shows no signs of improvement!

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

October 23, 2009 7:38 PM

Amol it was confirmed after the race that Fabrizio caused the incident and also that Rea had a brake problem. I would agree with you however that Rea tried too hard and made a lot of mistakes, but how much of that was down to technical problems and how much due to frustration with the problem causing over riding I don't know.

Hopefully we'll get a good clen race.


October 23, 2009 9:22 PM

Sick Cylinder, so you condone a rider having 'brake problems' and then riding out of control? Where I come from if a rider has technical problems that could jeopardize other riders, the proper thing to do is pull out of the race.

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