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Tom Cambio  says:

BSB Snetterton 300: Kiyonari takes race two win

HM Plant Honda rider Ryuichi Kiyonari took his seventh victory at Snetterton in the final race of the day, snatching the lead as John Hopkins (Samsung Crescent Racing Suzuki) clashed with Shane Byrne (HM Plant Honda) trying to make a pass in the final lap of the restarted race. Josh Brookes (Relentless Suzuki by TAS) took advantage of the melee...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (03 July 2011 18:46)

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Mar 11

Posts: 1386

Yamaha3358 says:

Go on Kiyo

back to winning ways, been waiting to see this for a while.

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Apr 09

Posts: 20

kapps says:


Carrying a four leaf clover pheraps? Not back to deserving winning ways. Just there like a gutless vulture looking to take advantage when Hopper sees red. He rode well there is no denying that but he did not earn the win.

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Black Tiger 1050


Aug 08

Posts: 3

Snetterton-simply the best?

What a crackin' days racing... the new circuit is a credit to Palmer and makes for great racing. Give me this over moto gp any day (9 races for a start). The only slight downer was the absence of brits on the podium but hey... I did think Hoppers attempted overtake on Shakey in the second race was a bit cynical because he was never going to make it stick, but you can't dislike the guy for it because he's a good bloke and brilliant to watch... can't wait for 2012!

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Jun 10

Posts: 120

wak1309 says:

Great racing!

Only just managed to see the second race and what a corker of a last lap or two!

Thoughts with Simon Andrews and Steve Brogan, for the obvious and also with Tom Tunstall who I think broke his pelvis in race 1?? (I may be wrong?)

Bad luck to Hicky but he's getting there, and Alex Lowes who's unfortunate bike malfunction seems to have launched the projectile superbike space program!!

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