WSBK » Brett McCormick eyes August return after Assen smash


'When I found out I had a broken neck I was fairly freaked out at the start, but it didn't take long to accept it and realise I was extremely lucky' - Brett McCormick

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sloppyfngz - Unregistered

May 25, 2012 4:13 PM

Astroturf needs to be sorted , on wet cnditions it s a nightmare

Great nwes Brett, so good to hear everything s going well. Wish you a fulland quick recovery and see you soon around the tracks.

Ben1

May 25, 2012 4:28 PM

This is good news, he is a big talent, he might fight at the front in a few years' time. He had an unlucky accident, but nobody can change what happened. I look forward to see him at Silverstone (or Moscow).

jimmy - Unregistered

May 25, 2012 6:43 PM

It's a great thing that McCormick got a chance in the WSBK but his future is quite unsure IMHO. I am afraid that the big mouthed Italian Bertuccio will pull out after the season and the four Effenbert riders will end up without a ride. Guintoli will have no problem with finding a ride, but what about the rest? Will there be enough free seats for the next season?

shamarone

May 26, 2012 1:53 PM

re: "“I didn't hear Carlos coming because that's a pretty fast section and our bikes sound the same, so I didn't expect to see anyone pass me there."

and there it is just like i called. brett was none the wiser. infront, here's an opportunity to plug a safety loophole. what will you choose...?

Turbo Spokes - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 10:44 AM

If the safety problem is bikes sounding the same presumably you would agree @Shamarone that if each bike was fitted with a whistle, siren or bell they could be given their own individual sound.

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