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Michael Guy  says:

Recovering Toseland aims for Monza return

James Toseland will fly to Monza tomorrow (Wednesday) with the intention of riding his BMW Motorrad Italia S1000RR for the first time since suffering his serious hand injury in testing. The former two time WSB champion had badly displaced bones in his right hand, which required extensive surgery and pins to get them realigned. Having missed the second and third round of...

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

Best to wait for the American round me thinks.

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Carlosoul

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Carlosoul says:

Piano...

Get playing the piano that will help with flexibility and then your ready for America, plus confidence a the bike can't be good with limited movement with your hand.

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N152er

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N152er says:

piano?

Not sure that the band is what Tosland needs that what screwed him up in motogp. Bit like frank bruno and his pantomime. He lost his hart for boxing. Stick to the racing

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grayzx7r

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grayzx7r says:

Perfect Timing

This is perfect timing as he's got a watertight excuse for :

a) Crashing 

b) Not wining

c) not beating his teamate

d) being last BMW

e) not finishing in 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 position 

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RobTZ

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RobTZ says:

Natural Winner

He will win races again, provided the bike is competitive.

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tockie

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tockie says:

I would like to see him back at the sharp end, but the beema's don't seem to be the best bike at the moment, and riding injured isn't ideal. How many people have been written off over the years only to come good later, I always maintain that you don't suddenly lose the ability to ride a bike. I only really lost faith in him when he fell out with Colin, and was that incident over hyped and kept going by the press.? 

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jim929cc

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jim929cc says:

grayx7r

grayzx7r   -  Ive said it before and I'll say it again. You are a prick.

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Molehillbmx

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Molehillbmx says:

Toesland

Mr Toesland to BSB superbike EVO next year....or superstock

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Ivebeenthehero

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A "watertight excuse" is a perfectly legitimate reason. 

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andydevans

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andydevans says:

Heroic

I currently have my hand pinned up after a motorcycle crash and have had for the last 6 weeks with the pins out next week. I wouldn’t want to be jumping back on a bike the week following, let alone attempting to race!!

We’ve seen Toseland have a downturn in form before when in WSBK and made a comeback to win the championship. However, with the level of talent in the series at the moment I think he’d struggle to repeat that sort of comeback again. He still has plenty of ability and I hope to see him troubling the front runners again when he’s fully fit.

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