WSBK » Checa benefits to put one hand on crown

The Spaniard is rewarded for his mid-race push to inherit the lead when Jonathan Rea is forced to retire from a clear lead.

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Pizdoff - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:23 PM

Great races
But shhyte coverage from Eurosport aka cret insRus spamming adverts half way through and THEN doing it a SECOND time For Alfa Romeo and Aprilia both times

And at key points in the race

Ruined it for me. Totally lost the continuity

Anyone wants to TRY & stop this cr p contact Aprilia contact Alfa Romeo uk Dead easy to Google

Obnoxious arrogant But don't tell em they're w anchors tell em to THINK before they pyzz people off further if you want it to work.

Tho personally I won't buy an Alfa half price

And Aprilia fell off my wish list a while ago because they are so kin annoying with their spamming

WSB & BSB seasons finish & fk Eurosport Im unsubscribing

Id rather listen to BBCs drivel for the rest of MotoGP than put up with this spam
See who they can sell ads to when they have no subscribers

RidgeRacer - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:27 PM

+1 pizdoff, that was really poor coverage eurosport. Shame on you.

Onto the race, cruel luck to johnathan and the honda team. Well it seems like the system works, they just need to iron out the bugs in the system. Atleast they know that a fit Rea + FBW Fireblade is atleast competitve. Cant wait for the rest of the season to see how this bike goes.

Also well done Checa, champions ride today even though it didnt look like he was 100%

Wesley - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:36 PM

Well done to Checa winning on his extra 200cc bike, but he is bloody irritating taking ages to get to the end of the pitlane and then another few ages to get ready for the podium. Save it for when you actually win the title ffs!

rca - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 3:54 PM

bad luck for rea similar to checa at miller 2010 . well done to carlos plenty would settle for safe third in his situation but he raced to the end.

Sillius Soddus - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 4:18 PM

Promising for Rea even if the electrics(?) went tyts up late in race 2.

Checa benefits from being real solid as usual - Deserves the championship.

Would like to see Eurosport savaged for such krapness in covering race 2

You wanna get back at Alfa & Aprilia tell the dealers you aint happy. That'll have the biggest impact. Fun too :p

Pete - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 4:41 PM
Last Edited 20 days ago

In reply to some of the *****ic remarks msde concerning Alfa
Romeo and Apriia, you need to understand Alfa & Aprilia provide
The free cover you watch.
Its the Eurosport production director who decides when the breaks
are shown not the sponsors.
Yes go ahead snd complain to Alfa/Aprilia, and will serve you right if they withdraw their funding.

EDIT by CRASH.NET - insults removed

MATHERS CROSS - Unregistered

September 25, 2011 9:51 PM

JR was unlucky in race 2 but great to see him fit again. He said the new electronics help getting into the corners. Looked much smoother little or no backing it in - looked on rails. Hope he can finally put it together as hes one of the best and hardest riders in wsb.

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