WSBK » Interview with James Toseland's crew chief


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joel - Unregistered

March 18, 2010 6:10 AM

thats interesting to me that he says the 2010 bike is different from the 09 because they had to resort back to 09 parts to make the bike work..

bazzab - Unregistered

March 18, 2010 12:20 PM


Seems a bit of a risk to me to put Carchedi into this melting pot when he has only really proved himself in BSB. i wonder if JT had any input in the process ?? But if it starts to go pear shaped and success does'nt come this year, who will we blame. JT does'nt become a bad rider overnight, but i suppose he will get all the stick as usual. as a comparison who honestly did'nt think that Checa was past his best ?? and look what happened at PI. I hope that the team can gel and they get success. sooner rather than later......

Hedgeholer - Unregistered

March 18, 2010 12:23 PM

Probably not Jimmy, but I'd expect to see Toseland & Camier both fighting for the top step later in the season and a real prospect of a World Title next year.

I'm not saying its a 'done deal' (remember how long it took Yamaha to sort Rossi's chatter problems with the M1)more that I'd certainly not rule either out just yet.

bazzab - Unregistered

March 18, 2010 12:33 PM


To Real Road Racing Blog
If you had any inside knowledge at all you would know that your statement is completley wrong regarding the toseland/edwards crew chief problem :rolleyes:. it was 100% Poncharal's decision. so let's not keep harping on about this please :rolleyes:

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