WSS » Davies eases to second straight win

The Welshman topped every timed session and led every lap at Monza after a truly dominant performance at Monza.

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Buelliful - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 4:01 PM

Class act all weekend from Chaz! He thoroughly deserved this win and never looked like losing once he hit the front. A cracking race from Sam Lowes to get 5th with that badly broken collarbone but what the hell happened to James Ellison and Gino Rea's bikes? Both pulled over and *then* rejoined only for Gino to dump it big style (possible machine failure???) Poor marshalling in the Superstock 1000 race too, it was obvious there was a spillage on the track going into the Parabolica but several riders went down hard. Barrier should be banned for a race for his part in the 1st start shenanigans.

Buelliful - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 4:04 PM


for those that didn't see it. Barrier's bike blew up and he continued touring along the track for ages dropping oil, THEN got a tow farther round the track knowing full well he had blown up and when he had gone almost a half lap did he pull over and off the track.
That is just inexcusable.

Richard Mushet

May 08, 2011 7:06 PM

Buelliful - you must've been off your sofa to type all that rubbish out of your ass. Barrier's bike blew and the pursuing riders who were a matter of seconds behind him hit the curve that had his engine's fluid scattered across it. There was no way that even an instantaneous red flag would've stopped them from crashing at those speeds.

Why blame the marshals for the crashes, and not BMW who've had a few engines blow up this weekend. Both are equally absurd claims and make sense to your twisted logic.

It reads like you're trying to blame them for not stopping Barrier as he was being towed round the circuit too. I wouldn't want 180kg of metal ramming me at any speed, which is why they were waving at him and radioing to other marshals along the track. That much was pretty obvious from the footage, although not to some people, apparently.

buelliful - Unregistered

May 08, 2011 11:24 PM

Do tell Mr.Mushet, how long does it take to come to a halt after you blow an engine? Half a lap? That's my point. NOT the initial accidents, THEY were unavoidable.
It was the continuation of Barrier around the track AFTER he knew he had blown his engine and then illiciting a push FARTHER around the track!

So quit the personal attacks and look at the FACTS.
Also, the marshalls I was referring to were before the 1st start at the entry to the parabolica, not that crash a the Curva Grande.

Ian S - Unregistered

May 09, 2011 7:57 AM

Chaz is just getting stronger and stronger as the year progresses. I think he just needed a bit of self belief and he has it now in abundance. It would be quite amazing to see Crutchlow's bike winning it's second title after a year's break, but Chaz has what it takes to make that happen.

Sam Lowes had a brilliant ride considering the seriousness of his injury. That would have kept most of us off our normal work for weeks, never mind a job that puts huge forces on the body like motorcycle racing.

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