WSS » Gino Rea's save of the season


Gino Rea shows what can happen when you forget to switch the right engine map back on... but at least his superb bike control averted a bigger disaster!

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Cubikrube

October 19, 2011 6:45 PM

Firefly, yes he did but i don't think he can be blamed for that, he was just trying to stay upright, had he gone down with all that traffic around him then it could have been a whole lot worse for everyone around him.
mi2tom, indeed but if that is what you are running and you are riding accordingly..when it aint there it's gonna be somewhat of a surprise! It happened to Lorenzo too just a few rounds before and he's no mug but it didn't stop him from flying through the air, detached from his M1.

LAH - Unregistered

October 19, 2011 10:08 PM

still think eugene's save in the sbk race was better.
tank slapper from hell,yet managed to steer the slapper around his teammate, AND duck behind a braking jonny rea!
still semi-puckered from that one.

Gino No No - Unregistered

October 20, 2011 2:12 AM


More like lose of the season. It was the end of his race. As mentioned above he was a passenger.

1st lap mistake. Rookie mistake at best.

More importantly it wrecked Parkes race.

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