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Full free practice times (1) for the tenth round of the 2011 World Superbike Championship at Nurburgring, Germany

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. - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 2:33 PM

Ive met Rea a few times and he's never seemed that friendly (maybe it was just me) so I cant really say im a big supporter BUT....
Its so obvious he really does have pure natural talent , its incredible I honestly think on a top ride he could be a world champion in WSBK without much trouble and with some corner entry ajustment ie more robotic pinpiont braking, less backing-in he could do the buisness in motogp too. Far too often in our sport fans confuse forced payed for "talent" and pure natural talent, the latter with the right backing and managment decisions can be multiple British champions. the former can be...hmm lets see, LH JT.

Pete - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 8:10 PM

I met young Rea once,he signed my programme for me,seemed a nice enough kid but seems to be extremely focussed on beating everyone he races with,suppose it makes a nice change to see a brit with an attitude like that.

Funny about his corner entry,ive noticed he really has to slow right down b4 he can tip in to medium to slow corners,whereas on the previous Blade in the U.K his corner entry was visibly faster than his rivals.

I think thats why T.K focus this model on corner exit to overcome the front end shortcomings.

Although i am often wrong lol..

smokin - Unregistered

September 02, 2011 8:43 PM

hes very focused at race meetings ,but when hes away from that hes relaxed,fun and more chilled,a nice kid,,i know what you guys mean,in bsb ive never seen anyone light up and smoke a rear tyre on the blade like he did an awesome sight,i really do think hm plant could set up a honda better than tk

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