WSBK » Stand-in Muggeridge forced to withdraw


The Australian was not badly hurt in the cycling accident but is choosing to focus on his regular IDM Superbike ride.

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. - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 10:45 AM

Really really sad this motorcycle sport world these days, all who you know money driven closed door club.
I appreciate Alex already had this chance for the Stone but f..ng Muggeridge????????????? of allll the riders out there who really deserv a chance Muggeridgehes shown he's capable of nothing over the past few years, i know in the WSBK paddock he's everyones friend etc etc but come on.
Shakey
Richards
Baz
Toomuch

Ben1 - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 10:48 AM

What a bad luck! No other team had so many replacement than Castrol Honda in 1-2 weeks... They will not be at the front again, although I hope Alex takes better results than in Brno.

Sam Lowes doing the WSB and WSS in one weekend? That wouldn't be good, he should concentrate to supersport and taking his first win.

Idiocy Personified - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 10:59 AM

To all the clever people who slated me for suggesting Muggeridge was crash-happy will you now please shut up. The lad can't even stay on a push bike let alone a 200bhp superbike.........give someone young and talented a chance this time.

. - Unregistered

July 28, 2011 11:20 AM

After thinking more out of the others i mentioned earlier I think Richards would be of most benefit. Someone with his setup ability would do a good job for them and may just put them in the right direction with the bike. and b4 this post gets slagged Ive worked with him and he seriously knows his stuff.

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