WSBK » Fabrizio eyeing further progress at Imola

'I'm very happy about race one. On the other hand in race two after not starting well again, I lost the front at turn four. I don't know what caused the crash' - Michel Fabrizio

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Gaz - Unregistered

February 28, 2012 3:09 PM

Ayrton was the biggest disappointment for me at P.I.

After last years results, I was expecting far more.

Hopefully it was just a blip and he will be back to his best at Imola, a circuit where he was won before in SSTK1000 for Aprilia. Before he was disqualified for the most stupid reasons of all time!


February 28, 2012 5:23 PM

Michel is up there and that is good so far. he needs to be consistent but 3 teams in 3 years is not good for building a championship strike. I am not sure Michel ever had the ability over a season to get a title done but he has always been up there to make the battles exciting in WSBK. On his day he can pull a shocker.
Aryton...what is up? bad day I suspect because you do not become a bad rider over the winter unless the bike is "crap" Good luck at the next event.

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