WSBK » Biaggi restores authority, Haslam struggles


Biaggi is now 68 points clear of Haslam after the Briton could only finish tenth in a race of just 13 same-lap finishers.

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Spengler - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 3:55 PM

You have to wonder what's going on in Haslam's head. It's certainly something we've seen before in his career. It would seem that he perhaps lacks the ultimate mental strength required to compete when the pressure's really on, much like some people might say about Nori Haga. Of course I can't know that for sure though, James Whitham mentioned something about this a few rounds ago about how Leon wasn't his usual cheery self and was possibly feeling the burden of leading a world championship. It would seem to fit the facts that we've seen with the complete evaporation of his championship challenge.

rc212v - Unregistered

July 11, 2010 4:19 PM

It's so strange how much arrogant people are here. Everyone was saying nice words about Haslam at 6he beginning of the season and now everyone is saying that he's cr@p. Suzuki is far from the best right now but you have to respect Leon's efforts.

Dudes, if you support someone, please do it to the end.

I don't care what people say. I'll be doing my fingers crossed till the very end for Haslam.

Al

July 11, 2010 4:31 PM

Would the people suggesting Leon has some "history" of cracking under pressure like to actually put forward some details of just when this so called cracking actually occured, as I'm pretty sure I can't recall anywhere in his career when he had any such problem.

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