WSBK » Haslam battles hard at Brno, regains fifth


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Wow, I've read some ******** in my time but you're right up there with the best. Haslam had a great chance to win the championship last year but Suzuki couldn't be ****d to fund development for WSBK and instead concentrated on MotoGP (for some unknown reason). What was he supposed to do, stay on the exact same bike again this year and have even less chance of winning because all of the other bikes had moved on, or take a gamble with BMW who are pumping money in to really try and win. If BMW would stop persisting with this stupid aim of trying to write their own electronics package and just buy a Magneti Marelli instead they might get some better results (look at what BMW Italia are achieving with the MM package). I suggest you read tinyurl.com/66856b7 you might learn something, and think twice before spouting such nonsense again.



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