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Davies hails ParkinGO MTC after maiden victory

“I realised that things were getting difficult because it was very easy to do a mistake and crash, a lot of riders went down; my bike though was great and thanks to my team I was able to ride smoothly and clean. Excellent job!”

A momentous day for Rovelli too, the team owner also made reference to Davies's subsequent move to a factory-assisted team, saying he 'deserves' his breakthrough.

“We have achieved a dream, taking a bike of a private team to win a WSBK race. The team has done a great job and this is the only way to achieve these kind of goals. As usual Chaz has been great and he deserves everything is happening to him now and in the future.”

The highest-scoring rider at the Nurburgring, Davies's haul of 41 points lifts him from 11th to eighth in the overall standings.



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Boo - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 10:07 AM

I personally think he is Britain's most convincing future world champion and I base that on the fact that I think he is our best racer. Has anyone ever noticed that Davies often finishes well up on his starting positions? He only qualified 10th at the Nurburgring, but won a race from there. His podiums at Aragon and Moscow were also achieved from lowly starting points. His best grid position is eighth and he has only started inside the top ten on three occasions. Yet he has 11 top seven finishes... On the one hand, you could say Davies needs to improve his qualifying (he wasn't great at that in WSS either), but he is always moving forward in the races! That's the sign of a true champion in my opinion.

Md Zane - Unregistered

September 10, 2012 11:48 AM

POst AMA Chaz has been faultless in his world stage comeback. On the Triumph 675 he mixed it with well established teams and surely boosted the 675 sales with his performance on it. Got Cals 2 year old bike at the last minute and took the championship. Got A Ducati this year then got an Aprilia then done is arm,no testing and no history for the team with the bike. Well done Chaz for the win also well done to Parkingo for giving him the team and equipment to do the job.



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