WSBK » EXCLUSIVE Troy Bayliss - Q&A

"Me and Nori used to race so hard and so close but we never had an accident. He spent such a lot of time within a centimetre of my back wheel, but I had great faith in him..."

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February 04, 2014 10:52 AM

Troy your a star mate and have many, many fans all over the world who admire you and your achievements. We'll look forward to hearing more form you as you keep up the good work. Shiny side up...


February 04, 2014 4:30 PM

re: "Our kids were at that age where it was probably the best idea to come back home anyway. I had a really good career so it was time to move on and I got out of there in one piece which is also pretty important."

re: "Kim had a big role in my career and had plenty of say in it."

and there it is. told ya. all of you who were calling for him to come out of retirement a while back would do well to remember this. you weren't listening then, but are you listening now...?


February 04, 2014 4:41 PM

re: "I've kept all my championship winning bikes and I've also got replica ones that match them.The 3 that I really care about are the 2001, 2006 and 2008 ones and they're up in a special room and they'll be there for life."

a man after my own heart. grandprix kids, don't try this at home. you have ZERO chance of parking anything prototype in your driveway.

no worries, that superbike replica will get you to and from the races.


February 05, 2014 5:21 AM

@ ctm.

And I am confident in saying that may never happen again. Winning a WSBK championship, and a Moto GP race in the same year.

Was at the Troy Bayliss Classic, and if its bigger next year that will not be comfortable for the spectators unless they put up portable grandstands. It was at it's capacity this year.

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