WSS » Lowes: One eye on a win at Assen


“The aim is obviously to go out and get that first win but the main thing is to get as much points as we can” – Sam Lowes.

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Penelope Pitstop - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 10:51 AM

I like young Sam. He is obviously talented and he is maturing as a rider. But I do worry that he doesn't have the fastest bike, that honour goes to the Kwacker. Sofuoglu and Foret are both capable of winning so young Sam has to do as well as he possibly can to beat them. Good luck to, Sam, I hope we see some victories soon!

Full Throttle - Unregistered

April 20, 2012 11:23 AM

It is annoying when Sam sets pole position and is within half a second of the win that people still say his bike is slow - it plainly isn't and he is the first one to say it is the fastest bike out there. Just look at the speed trap times from the first two rounds and Sam's team mate Jules Cluzel is the fastest through the speed traps. If he, Jules or Ronan were on slow bikes then they would be getting smoked everywhere - they are not. It's all about having the right package and the PTR Honda looks strong just about everywhere, so no excuses, there are plenty of good riders on good bikes out there - may the best man and bike win.

Locks46+91+38&35

April 20, 2012 11:42 AM

I am surprised no one has pointed out the obvious. The obvious is maybe he should have both eyes on a win . Ok couldn#t resist that one . I think Sam is doing fine guys like Sofoglu are specialists in WSS. Sofoglu has left WSS twice and come back because the class suits him and the results prove it and the last person to take the title from him is doing rather well in MotoGP.

Katiuscia - Unregistered

May 08, 2012 6:26 AM

Amanda, congrats on the test. I hate to ask you a qitoeusn but I guess thats what your blogs for so here goes.Have you ever seen a situation with a Sharepoint Server 2007, where adding users using the People and Groups page doesn't seem to permit users to access the site? It seems that unless the user has a user account on the actual server itself they cannot log on. If I create a user account with user privileges on the Sharepoint server itself, in Windows 2003, then the user can log in and access the page, however I cannot modify that users access rights using People and Groups in the Site Settings page.Is it possible I screwed something up when setting up the server? The server is part of an AD domain, but it is not a domain controller. If I try to log into the Sharepoint Site using a AD Domain account that does not have a corrosponding LOCAL account on the Sharepoint Server itself, then I cannot log in. If however I create a local user account on the Sharepoint Server itself,

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