WSBK » Haslam: I should have had two or three wins


Leon Haslam admits he has missed opportunities this season, but is confident he is on the cusp of his first BMW victory.

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drea - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 9:43 AM

cmon Leon doing be saying coulda woulda shoulda at this stage. put your head down and get on with it otherwise melandri will be taking top Spot at BMW. If we were saying the shouldve, couldve then Checa would be in a healthy lead in the championship by now!

jjletho - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 3:14 PM

1 win, period. And those who like complaining will soon find new good reasons to complain - never heard a champion who says "I should have had more wins"

Al

June 27, 2012 5:12 PM

"never heard a champion who says "I should have had more wins""


what, never heard of Emilio Alzamora, 125 world champion in 1999 without winning a single race that year ? I'm fairly sure he finds that statistic a little hard to swallow at times....

Speed Energy MM33 - Unregistered

June 27, 2012 7:24 PM

Yeah, right...

The only ocasion you could have got that race win was at the 2nd leg of the Donington weekend. At the time you had all the reason in the world to complain, but you didnt, so...

About the other races, It hardly was Lack of luck, since you made driving mistakes, and the other riders took the chance to beat ya fair and square. Keep doing a good job like you have been, and try to improve the little details you need to work on. But dont ever forget you one of the strongest Team-mates in the championship, so It will be hard.

Hope you guys can come up with some excellent racing like those of Donington or Miller MSP in the case of Melandri. Cheers.

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