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Michael Guy  says:

Toseland optimistic ahead of Assen race

James Toseland arrived in Assen in confident mood and believes that ongoing improvements to his Sterilgarda Yamaha R1 will enable him to fight at the front again this weekend. Last time out in Valencia two weeks ago, Toseland claimed his first WSB podium in race one since returning to the class. The 29 year old has good form at the Assen track...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (23 April 2010 11:38)

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Aug 02

Posts: 1519

superbol says:

He is because

Its the next best race to Brands Hatch .Are you listening Mr Palmer ?

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May 08

Posts: 17

smadine says:

the stig and jt

i think the stig08 doesn't like jt for some reason,he's been slagging him of for quite some time.

it was nice to see jt get a 2nd and a 3rd assen,with a bit more set up time i think his 1st win of many this season is just around the corner.

maybe the stig is jealous because james has £10 million for doing something he loves and is brilliant at!

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Sep 09

Posts: 312

Ben52 says:

the stig

Maybe its cos he is just a sad little boy?

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