WSBK » Rea wins after last corner chaos


Jonathan Rea wins at Donington Park, but is involved in a clash with Leon Haslam and Marco Melandri at the final corner that eliminates both BMW riders.

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ex-loKo.tkc-exe - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 4:27 PM

what a disaster chaos!
awesome Melandri Haslam and BMW!
hope even! more!! from Sykes, but very good!
i hope Kawasaki would finally engage the pace
and another better Jumbo substitute
(Easton? Shakey? Walker? de Puniet?!?!?!
McCoy?? Yanagawa??? Vermeulen????
even only for alones wildcards!)

what a final, those BMSs should finish
nice races, after all

now go for the next,
but please before let Hopper rest

i just miss Suzuki up there, and Yamaha (with Corser-Haga?) presence

cruachan - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 4:29 PM

2 crazy moves by Melandri, he was never getting it stopped around Melbourne and then tried another lunge into Goddards that sent Haslam a bit wide.

Poor riding at any time, but to do that to your teammate when you are on the verge of your employer's first ever double 1-2 is insane.

doug - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 4:30 PM

You bunch of blind Poms it was Rea's fault have another good hard look at the footage.
He should have the win taken away from him, even though I dont like Max he should get given the win.

doug - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 4:30 PM

You bunch of blind Poms it was Rea's fault have another good hard look at the footage.
He should have the win taken away from him, even though I dont like Max he should get given the win.

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