WSS » Andrew Pitt announces retirement


The 2001 and 2008 World Supersport Champion has struggled with a shoulder injury since 2010.

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patrick hummel

January 16, 2012 10:39 AM

i wish him the best of luck with his retirement plans its a shame i think if the injury didn't floor him and if he didn't went along with the bmw team that never got of things could be a lot different but anyways the best of luck mate.

HK Fui - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 1:51 PM

If my memory serves me correctly, this guy has an accounting degree along with TWO world titles! Well done!! A great ambassador for motorcycling and Australia!! Enjoy the non racing part of your career.

Liam48

January 16, 2012 1:56 PM

This is a great shame! He was one of the best World Superaport riders I've ever seen and never really got a long chances in World Superbikes! Have a great retirement and hopefully see you around the British Superbike paddock helping out Gary Mason!

Peter Pan - Unregistered

January 16, 2012 3:09 PM

A.P has the dubious honour of winning a world title without a race win. He did not win a race on that KAWASAKI but was....well consistent enough and points win titles at the end of the day not Race wins. The Ten Kate title was a no brainer coz at the time they were head an shoulders above everyone else.

He wont be missed. Really, he was an average rider, no personality whatsoever but managed to get a few good rides and a few race wins in a career that carried on far too long. Good Luck A.P. We certainly aint missing you.

suzukiaussietrav

January 16, 2012 8:12 PM

Congratulations Pitty. Enjoy your retirement. Well deserved...

Its amazing some of the crap that gets posted on here. He raced and put his life on the line. He was part of a great show in WSS and WSB at the time. And c#nts cant even be polite about it or thankful. Peter panhead, its r'tards like you that should stick to football and darts.

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