WSBK » Returnee Neukirchner samples new surroundings


Max Neukirchner completes his first two days on a World Superbike machine, six months after he last raced

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ZX10Rob

October 29, 2009 10:20 PM

Although a good rider, I think Max has been less than honest with the truth about his health. Max, you have had more opportunities than most so, now you are on one of the greatest bikes, show your bite and win the championship or, go away!

boots boots

October 29, 2009 10:59 PM

True Max had a good opportunity on the Suzuki earlier this year, but got taken out of the year by someone else's doing. I'm sure as a team owner Ten Kate knows what he is doing when picking a guy to ride his machine. Saying he needs to win or go away is a bit harsh.

jimmy - Unregistered

October 29, 2009 11:18 PM

ZX10Rob: Go away??? :rolleyes: So when you don't win the championship, you should go away? So in MotoGP there would race only Rossi, Stoner and Hayden and in WSBK... ahem, only James? :) Max is undeniably quick and I think he will fight for a podium in every race next season. I was furious when he was knocked out of championship in Monza :rolleyes:

Richard Mushet

October 30, 2009 8:47 AM

Rob's usually pretty spot on with his comments, but that one is pretty daft. Max is a good rider and has results to show. He was running well until that Ducati came in and shattered his leg at Monza.

I hope Max will be up there with Johnny, showing the white and green Ten Kate colours up front at every race of every round. He's shown some half decent pace for the first time on a new bike, but he's got plenty more time to put in even more training to get himself in top condition.

brightonboothy - Unregistered

October 30, 2009 12:55 PM

Quote: "I think Max has been less than honest with the truth about his health."

And what exactly do you know about his health? Are you his private physician, perhaps?

You don't think that Francis Batta might have been less than honest...?

tommy - Unregistered

November 01, 2009 3:51 PM

Max is not a honest person at all.... see this season with his personal mental support Rubatto and his manager the german suzuki marketing director

All are gone on request of Max.
:? :? :? :?
Max , an advice ...never forget how you've reach the summit !
But you've forgotten !

MH - Unregistered

January 27, 2010 12:32 PM

Lets get it straight mate!
1.
The head of Suzuki Germany has moved from the sport and his position at suzuki, he is retired so that clears that up.

2.
Mario has also diff interests & people teams etc in his life.

3.
Max is one of the most honest guys in motor cycle racing ever that has been around.

4.
True!

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