WSBK » Troy Bayliss plans dashed, McCormick in


Plans to run Troy Bayliss fall through, but Effenbert Liberty still expands to four WSBK bikes by signing Brett McCormick.

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Marc - Unregistered

March 15, 2012 3:22 PM

McClaren while I agree with a lot of your comments the one about giving the young lads a chance is comical when you have a chance to have a legend like Troy Bayliss who appears to have some left in the tank would be great to see. Who wouldn't want to see him banging fairings with Checa, Biaggi, and others for wins instead of a young punk still learning the tracks. Don't worry the young lads will get their chance eventually.

European - Unregistered

March 15, 2012 6:03 PM

I would take Canada over the US any day.
You don't have to let border control search through your laptop or phone when visiting the country.
Mentally ill people and thugs aren't able to buy a gun at the next corner.
You aren't at risk to be detained without any indictment or evidence, because there is a mix-up or you happen to look "suspicious".
It's getting worse in Canada (and pretty much the rest of the world) all the time, but the US is soon going to be at the same level as China in terms of human rights. Death penalty, a prison system that doesn't care about rehabilitation and more people in prison then almost anywhere else. The only liberty left is freedom of speech, as long as you don't speak up against the wrong people.
Fact.

Billy Lorenzo - Unregistered

March 16, 2012 4:01 AM

I have been watching McCormick master his craft over the last 7+ years ... Brett has defied odds at every level. McCormick is a class act, smart racer, and above all he is a winner. McCormick will be on a huge learning curve this year ... by mid season he will crack top 10 and by year end, I would not be surprised to see him break into the Top 5 (a podium would be sweet). At 20 years, there is nothing but upside and I applaud the Effenbert management for their decision. Go BEET Go!!!

Juice - Unregistered

March 16, 2012 3:47 PM

@Eurooean. I do live in the US and I do agree with some of your comments, but the justice system here is kinda crazy. Prisoners get treated better and they get free health care. Illegal immigrants are also given free medical care. And the reason customs are so strict is there are a lot of people that want to attack the US. And after 9/11 you can't blame them. I feel safe knowing we have the best defense in the world. Anyway, having a Canadian on the field will be interesting this season.

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