WSS » Cluzel savours first MV Agusta win since ‘76


Jules Cluzel hails his turn of fortunes as MV Agusta scores its first world championship victory since 1976 in bizarre circumstances.

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Vilas46

February 24, 2014 12:03 PM

Ehehe What we can say about the French riders they really like Philip..lolo Aim very happy for Jules, for me was sad to wach him leaving Wsbk has i think he will be a future Top rider but when i read that he would join Mv Agusta i was happy because i new the 675 was a capable model and to be honest unlicke the F4 Corsa for me the F3 675 is more sexy and its very nice to have somethingh diferente on the 600cc class, its boring to wach only inline 4 engines even if the bikes are really good... I guess i can start to admire the Italians again because even for Ducati on this days rules are not that good for then but they are keeping loyal to there diferente options like Vtwin engines and Triple engines and they are doing well.. To wach one Ducati or Mv Agusta Winning titles will be dificult but at least if they manage that the feeeling will be better

Nick636

February 24, 2014 12:10 PM

No... It was purely down to 5 laps where EVERYONE could just blast it for 5 laps.

I like Cluzel and I think he's hugely talented, but had it been a decent length race, he wouldn't have stood a chance.

JedPB67

February 24, 2014 4:07 PM

Nick636: No... It was purely down to 5 laps where EVERYONE could just blast it for 5 laps.

I like Cluzel and I think he's hugely talented, but had it been a decent length race, he wouldn't have stood a chance.


And you're basing that on...

JedPB67

February 24, 2014 4:10 PM

alicihat: cluzel just deserved the 3rd place and better positions for him can simply explain with "The Luck", nothing anymore... lucky chicken cluzel...


Wow. Someone's a sore Sofuoglu fanboy loser.

OttomanEmpire

February 24, 2014 9:49 PM

Well done to Cluzel on the win. He pulled a Steven Bradbury and should count himself lucky. He may or may not see any more rostrum positions for the rest of the year depending on how many races are shortened due to red flags and accidents involving other rders.

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