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Matthew Birt  says:

Colin Edwards set for Suter/BMW debut

Colin Edwards will get his first chance to understand the performance potential of the new Suter/BMW 1000cc machine when he makes his debut for the Forward Racing squad in Jerez tomorrow (Wednesday). The American is the highest profile rider so far to sign a deal to ride for a new independent 1000cc project (CRT) in 2012 and he will take part...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (22 November 2011 17:38)

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Sep 10

Posts: 833

CBR11X says:

CRT will be bad news

CRT will blur the lines between WSBK and MotoGP to the point that both series will suffer. To make MotoGP cheaper, the series should adopt the rules that were used for many years, quite successfully, by the CART series. Teams may nominate any engine/chassis combination they want. All manufacturers of engines must supply all teams on their list with sealed, identical engines for the duration of the contract. The CART series was close and exciting to watch with all cars having roughly the same power and handling. It was a case of the best team/driver combination winning any given race. That's what we want to see in the MotoGP, not a bunch of superbikes with racing chassis.

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Jul 11

Posts: 968

motoking says:


collin going to race in motogp or WSBK???? pls someone tell me.

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May 09

Posts: 881

CH987 says:


I fully expect Spies to be fighting it out with Jorge for third place next year. If Vale is lucky the Duke will be faster than the customer Hondas but after seeing the test times I doubt it.

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Feb 10

Posts: 565

RobTZ says:

Edwards and Spies

Surely Colin should think of packing it in now, approaching age 38. Take a leaf out of Loris Caparossi's book, there is no point in being remembered as the Guy who floated round at the back because that is all he / the bike could manage. IMO he should have gone to WSBK in 09, if he wanted to carry on.

As for Spies, he has done exactly what I though he would; i.e made the most of others misfortunes. Never IMO a Top Rider in the Rossi, Stoner, Lorenzo, Pedrosa mould. In terms of new talent coming through, we all know who that was, and tragically he is no longer with us.

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Mar 11

Posts: 474

RobTZ is wrong

No way simoncelli was better than spies I 100% guarantee this, so many myths being made up regarding simoncellis ability since his death he never would have made it to alien status. 

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Feb 10

Posts: 565

RobTZ says:


You are talking absolute nonsense, I and many others were saying that Simonchelli was one of the next Aliens back in the Summer, when his true 'Special and Rare' talent was coming out.

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Oct 10

Posts: 183

toadhancocks says:


nonsense is a very polite way of putting it mate! The boys talking Bol%$ks!

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Jul 06

Posts: 2049

buelligan272 says:


Not even worthy of being called pondlife in my opinion.
100% scum...I guarantee this.

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Oct 11

Posts: 251

redracer46 says:


In the famous words of James May.... Cock.

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Oct 09

Posts: 198

ThePornstar says:

Prince of pissants

Dont speak ill of the dead you f*cking retard. The only thing you can guarantee is that you're are a c*nt.

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