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Leon Haslam vows to move on from Donington Park after falling just short of a much anticipated victory around his home circuit...

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good one birdy - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 8:48 PM

good on ya leon. Not really a big fan of you but atleast you seem to be approaching the incident with dignity and calm. Can say the same about your rabid fanboys though, wish there was something we could do to em..

Italian fanboy - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 10:08 PM

@ pcxmac "Check out the replay, Jonathan Rea took out Haslam"

But WHY did he take Haslam out? Rae was following Haslam. Melandri dived under Haslam that made Haslam slow and sit up, hence going wide. Rea followed his line under Haslam, Haslam tried to continue and they hit.

It was all caused by Melandri. Got it Fanboy?

bikenutter

May 13, 2012 10:15 PM
Last Edited 806 days ago

I have to agree with pcxmac, obviously glad Rea won but it was undeniably his fault, he hit Haslam, call it poor judgement or a weird line on Melandri's part thats what happened, its like rear ending someone because they stopped and you werent expecting it. Watch the replay on youtube, Haslam has his line set and Rea hits him. Rea seems to know it was his fault, he went and appologized to Haslam (see twitter)

Aitch64 - Unregistered

May 13, 2012 11:06 PM

"I had a big wobble out of Coppers"

Given the number of laps Leon has done around Donington I can only assume that it's the reporter who has found a new corner called "Coppers". Either that or he is too bloody lazy to check his details before entering copy.

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