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Michael Guy  says:

Toseland makes Yamaha Superbike debut

Current Tech3 Yamaha MotoGP man, James Toseland made his much highly anticipated return to the WSB paddock today onboard the factory Yamaha R1 this morning. Riding a Superbike for the first time since 2007, Toseland made a steady start as he reacclimatised himself to the Superbike, Pirelli tyres and the technically demanding and hard to learn Portimao circuit. The morning session has...

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Aug 02

Posts: 719

grayzx7r says:

Leopard Spots eh !

Somethings ( people ) never change-once a tosser always a tosser

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Mar 09

Posts: 112

ejppower says:


their is only one tosser on this site and that is you, well you head the field. all you can do is slate the britts, last year it was leon haslem, oh but youve never mentioned him since he proved you wrong, who will it be next, why dont you go away and leave this site for constructive comments.

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Oct 07

Posts: 754

windy12 says:


The best riders will take it steady over testing, the young rookies will give it there all, I dont see Haga breaking his neck to set a fast time.  Any teams trying major changes or parts may have to push a little harder to gain some feedback. 

No-one wants to be injured over the break or carrying an injury in to next year. I do not expect anyone to walk away with the title next year, never mind JT.


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May 08

Posts: 27

Hisnibbs says:

Good luck JT

Just want to say good luck JT and lets just hope you silence all your serial doubters in 2010.

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Aug 09

Posts: 4

stoney1979 says:


You can take or leave JT he is british for gods sake, i actually support the people / teams that represent my country.

As to a reply about my  comments about Spies, i agree he is a talented rider but that does not mean i have to like him !!!

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Oct 05

Posts: 112

RichieRotten says:

Sad and more Sad Slag them off

I really do not get some people, if they are not slagging of Toseland then it is Casey - Jesues I am getting bored of it and I think I might look for another forum or I might hang on and see if any one who is so quick to criticise can actually do any better. Ask yourself " am I a supporter or a critic" Now I have got that of my Chest, Good luck to em all.

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Belcher 21


May 08

Posts: 18

Belcher 21 says:


All i say is good look to him on his return and the team with Cal as his team mate.  If the deals are done we could see a Brit's on all Machines taking part next year what a year for British fans it would be and just shows how much talent us brits have toshow the world in superbikes!

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Oct 09

Posts: 32

Brit Support Hasn't Gone

Now that everyone has calmed down, and stopped having a pop at each other, I think all genuine supporters of bike racing want to support our riders (Bradley, Scott, Danny, Cal, Leon, Gino and all).

The point is that they are all paid to do a job, and all I want to see as an ex club racer is the passion, drive and determination to get the best out of the package they have for 2010.

Nobody should be on a "I hate him because", we should back our riders, the question is in true Brit fashion, we want the riders to demonstrate the desire to succeed.

After all we all would give our right (or left) arm to be a professional racer doing what they do week in week out.

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Dec 05

Posts: 29

Hondasixrr says:

Brit Support Hasn't Gone

I didn't used to watch the 125's till Bradley was wining. But now I am glad I have this year. We all want a Brit to cheer for. The 125's was some of the best racing this year in Moto GP. Hope he does as well in Moto2. Good luck to all the Brit's next year.


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Feb 03

Posts: 41

World Bickering Championships

This bickering is fantastic girls (sorry - boys).  Some of the best I've ever read on MCN.

If you put as much energy into supporting JT as you do bickering he will have won the 2010 wsbk title before it's even started!


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