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Marc Potter  says:

Portimao WSB: Toseland fastest in first free practice

Yamaha's James Toseland put the Yamaha's handling woes behind him to post the first fastest time in Friday's first WSB free practice at Portimao, Portugal.    His team mate Crutchlow posted the ninth fastest time, with championship leader Leon Haslam on the Suzuki GSX-R1000 second,  Ten Kate Honda's Jonathan Rea seventh and Leon Camier tenth fastest on the Aprilia V4.      1 ...

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Feb 04

Posts: 32

cone says:

get in there James

keep it up man!

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Apr 08

Posts: 19

ISP929 says:

Only free practice but... 15 riders seperated by just over 0.8 of a second (with all seven Brits in there). Sunday could be something very special...if it's half as good as philip Island it will be fantastic!

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Jun 09

Posts: 851

Fall off your chair - Toseland fastest!

Of course we never doubted him did we. Uhum. This shows how important it is to have the whole package in MotoGP and even then how fine the margins are between success and failure. Because there are guys behind him on that time sheet that will do well in MotoGP, like Rea (definately) and Crutchlow (probably).  And yes I know it is just free practice and he has to do it in the raace but come on he does have a nasty hand injury.

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Mar 10

Posts: 30

BigKev86 says:


Go on JT, sort 'em out.

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Jul 08

Posts: 139

Crasher_666 says:


Cone:- Thats what the little girl said


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May 08

Posts: 27

Hisnibbs says:

Come on JT

Come on JT and stuff it to all those arm chair w*****s . this could be a all brit front row if we're lucky

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May 09

Posts: 19

kpandinu says:

Well Done

He is a really Good Guy he came to Malta for a visit and he was really out going. No stubbornness what so ever. He rode with us with the new 2009 and it was one hell of experience.


I Hope he will win SBK 2010. Good Luck James


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Nov 09

Posts: 6

11spies says:

c'mon JT

its good to see james is getting it back after all the bad luck he has had. c'mon JT, keep up the good work

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May 08

Posts: 466

chris313nt says:


lets hope JT can keep the performance up during superpole...I'm glad to see he's competitive at a track he's never raced before & it makes it even more impressive, due to the fact, that he's still got a broken hand...

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Sep 08

Posts: 635

GHolmes81 says:

Cant wait

Cant wait for it, was sat at the desk watching the times this aft, and although im not a jt fan it would be nice to see some brits show the way.

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