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Michael Guy  says:

Bayliss: “No comeback, no wildcard – I’m retired”

Three time world superbike champion Troy Bayliss shocked a packed press conference at World Ducati Week in Misano this afternoon by renouncing his plans to make a racing comeback. The WSB legend revealed to MCN his desire to return to the series four weeks ago at Monza. He then backed up his intention by testing at Mugello where he set the...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (12 June 2010 14:48)

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Sep 05

Posts: 58

polhouse says:

He Probably just saw how badly Schumacher was doing in F1!!  Heros should never make a comeback, it always ends in tears.

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Aug 08

Posts: 24

dowdy .p says:

ducati need to get someone for next year cus hagas crap ive always said it ok his won races but so have a lot of other riders as foggy said when tony carter asked him do you think haga will ever win the wsb title & foggy didnt even hesitate in say no they should have had biaggi & shakey big mistake

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Jun 07

Posts: 59

potfiller says:

Good decision Troy

The kids out there today are fearless - they even scared Haga. Good decision Troy, you retired a Champion and always will be. Only the greatest rider of all time, Mike Hailwood,came back a winner.

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Jul 07

Posts: 116

jnh-hrc07 says:

people really think he couldn't come back and challenge for the title? i dont think theres a hidden excuse here. he's just not interested in the hard/frustrating aspects of racing anymore. i think a year a go he would have come back, but he's to comfortable in retirement now. if he wanted to come back he could, and if he did he'd be a contender. no doubt about it.

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