WSS » Podium winner Jacobsen inspired by Redding


Young American PJ Jacobsen takes inspiration from Scott Redding to notch up his first-ever World Supersport Championship podium.

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alicihat

June 25, 2014 11:13 AM

very well, pj did a good job but it will not exist longer. Sofuoglu is demoralised so much after almost 4 technical problems out of 5 races and he simply the fastest on the track we saw that he was the fastest almost every race except assen, v d mark was better just in assen, so sofuoglu trying to get his confidence back but it's too late he knows that and he is a racer who can get confidence with just winning and winning.. by the way, honda and mv agusta is the best bikes on the grid, kawasaki just improved 2-3 hp from their 2011 model bike and honda just improved their new bike to 8-10 hp from second half of last season. this is obvious now kawasaki's are slower on the straights also everyone knows that they have less cornering ability cause of hard chassis, anyway i hope kawasaki will improve their bike and try to keep sofuoglu in their team because sofuoglu deserves obviously a better bike, thats it.. #forza 54.

dannycoupe1

June 25, 2014 3:05 PM

great job I've been watching him rooting for him ! He's the best American in Any world championship motorcycle racing . keep going !!! maybe he can inspire some of the other Americans in World Championship racing, he doesn't seem to throw out excuses or not winning yet .

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