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Stephen Davison  says:

Stuart Easton wins at Macau

Stuart Easton won the 44th Macau Grand Prix in China after an early scrap with BSB rival Michael Rutter. Scoring his third Macau win was a brilliant start to Easton’s Kawasaki career as he prepares to join Nick Morgan’s MSS Colchester team in BSB in 2011. The race was red-flagged after six laps following a crash involving Canadian newcomer Chris Peris...

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stavros012008

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go on son ...easton power

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CosherB

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CosherB says:

well done Easton

... but why has it taken MCN over two days to post this result?

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NW200reject

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NW200reject says:

Late News

As per previous comment,I read the result on crash.net two days ago,this is a good site but it seems no-one works on weekends, ironically when most of the bike racing takes place! Wake up MCN please

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yammy7r

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yammy7r says:

More to the point

why does Eurosport show the Macau saloon racing live but there is no mention of the Bikes, or have I missed it.

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wak1309

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wak1309 says:

Rutter's face!!!

He doesn't look happy! Stuffing the bottle down Easton's leathers....."That's for stopping me take the record!!"

Well done Easton. Hard lines (literally) Rutter!

@yammy7r.....see the story and thread about Rutter's qualifying.

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carlos7

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carlos7 says:

Macau

I went to Macau in 2008, saved hard and will never do it again, only because I will never be able to afford it. An amazing place, the casino`s take more in a day than Vegas does in a week, if that`s not your bag then there is the racing..? the bike race is a none event. But like me there are people who are there for bikes, cars are cool but they do not interest me one bit. To spectate it is so poor, I was at Mandarin Corner in the Mandarin Hotel funny enough and I watched from 100 meters up in the air and that was privilaged. Went to the Macau GP Museum which was fantastic. I`m gald I crossed it off my list, but for someone who is used to BSB, WSB, GP, TT, NW200, Ulster GP etc etc it is totally different in every way...!

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carlos7

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carlos7 says:

Macau

I went to Macau in 2008, saved hard and will never do it again, only because I will never be able to afford it. An amazing place, the casino`s take more in a day than Vegas does in a week, if that`s not your bag then there is the racing..? the bike race is a none event. But like me there are people who are there for bikes, cars are cool but they do not interest me one bit. To spectate it is so poor, I was at Mandarin Corner in the Mandarin Hotel funny enough and I watched from 100 meters up in the air and that was privilaged. Went to the Macau GP Museum which was fantastic. I`m gald I crossed it off my list, but for someone who is used to BSB, WSB, GP, TT, NW200, Ulster GP etc etc it is totally different in every way...!

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carlos7

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carlos7 says:

Macau

I went to Macau in 2008, saved hard and will never do it again, only because I will never be able to afford it. An amazing place, the casino`s take more in a day than Vegas does in a week, if that`s not your bag then there is the racing..? the bike race is a none event. But like me there are people who are there for bikes, cars are cool but they do not interest me one bit. To spectate it is so poor, I was at Mandarin Corner in the Mandarin Hotel funny enough and I watched from 100 meters up in the air and that was privilaged. Went to the Macau GP Museum which was fantastic. I`m gald I crossed it off my list, but for someone who is used to BSB, WSB, GP, TT, NW200, Ulster GP etc etc it is totally different in every way...!

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carlos7

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carlos7 says:

Macau

I went to Macau in 2008, saved hard and will never do it again, only because I will never be able to afford it. An amazing place, the casino`s take more in a day than Vegas does in a week, if that`s not your bag then there is the racing..? the bike race is a none event. But like me there are people who are there for bikes, cars are cool but they do not interest me one bit. To spectate it is so poor, I was at Mandarin Corner in the Mandarin Hotel funny enough and I watched from 100 meters up in the air and that was privilaged. Went to the Macau GP Museum which was fantastic. I`m gald I crossed it off my list, but for someone who is used to BSB, WSB, GP, TT, NW200, Ulster GP etc etc it is totally different in every way...!

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carlos7

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carlos7 says:

Macau

I went to Macau in 2008, saved hard and will never do it again, only because I will never be able to afford it. An amazing place, the casino`s take more in a day than Vegas does in a week, if that`s not your bag then there is the racing..? the bike race is a none event. But like me there are people who are there for bikes, cars are cool but they do not interest me one bit. To spectate it is so poor, I was at Mandarin Corner in the Mandarin Hotel funny enough and I watched from 100 meters up in the air and that was privilaged. Went to the Macau GP Museum which was fantastic. I`m gald I crossed it off my list, but for someone who is used to BSB, WSB, GP, TT, NW200, Ulster GP etc etc it is totally different in every way...!

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