WSBK » Toseland forced to quit racing due to injury

James Toseland has endured a torrid 2011 campaign since injuring his wrist, prompting him to call time on a hugely successful motorcycling career

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bsb is good for you - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 10:27 AM

Couldn't agree more,he has never been the same since the big crash in motogp I thought he appears to slur his speech and doesn't seem so bright.
I wish hm all the best in his retirement I was fearfull he was going to harm himself and others if he continued .
Good luck James

TDS - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 1:12 PM

What a blooming shame!! He should never have gone to MotoGP as he's never been the same since! It was if all the confidence had been booted out of him! Hope he sticks around to comentate or something as riders like him, James Whitham, James Hayden, Neil Hodgson etc. are always good to listen to. James will be a big miss in racing.

Raisenbread92 - Unregistered

September 10, 2011 4:03 PM

I remember riding TY80s Trials bikes at Yeadon Guisely club in the very early 90s with James. A rider who worked hard at every aspect of fitness and riding and kept at it and never gave up. When on song he was absolute world class.

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