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Logisitical issues force World Superbike debutants Pro Ride Honda to skip the opening round in Australia

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Oh No - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 9:41 AM

I posted this about a month ago when we first heard he'd signed for Pro-Moron Honda. I say no more!!!!

"He must be the unluckiest guy around. Now he's managed to sign for what is probably the most clueless team in the paddock. These guys (basically alto Evolution) are truely a bunch of muppets. True Icecream likers. He's got more chance of falling pregnant than winning races again. In a decent team he might well have a chance but with these guys "Sorry for you".

MD - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 10:31 AM

Be fair - it's a tricky 'logistical' issue writing a cheque. You've got to get the chequebook out, open it, write words on the cheque. Don't even think about potential problems with the pen. Tricky stuff.

That guy should be a politician!

Oh No - Unregistered

February 18, 2010 11:46 AM

Look - as much as I feel sorry for Tamada, he's a bloody idiot for signing for these clowns. It's not as if he wouldn't have been aware of who they were before signing. All he had to do was ask Josh & Muggers. I'm sure they could of let him know the situation. It's like most other riders around the World. They all believe they are good enough to make the difference to teams like these. I'm sure some will say "he probably didn't have any other options" and that may be true, but then go and get a different job and prevent making a fool of yourself at the back of the field.

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