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Video: 2011 Macau Grand Prix highlights

Ducati rider Michael Rutter became the most successful Macau Grand Prix rider in history when he took his seventh victory at the street circuit on 20th November. To claim the record Rutter had to overcome five-times in a week TT winner Ian Hutchinson and his own team-mate Martin Jessop during the race, but in the end Rutter stretched out a comfortable...

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Nov 11

Posts: 10

wolfblade says:

Good to see

Rutter mixing it up with the young uns. Well spoken "gaziskwakers". Brilliant rider and tactician, he's seen it and done it all - and like every genuine racing fan, hopefully we will see him in BSB next season. Rosco "P Dick", like everyone on this forum  i think you are A1 wanker mate - dont you just love to hear ducks fart!

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Feb 10

Posts: 24

Aajkz says:


They have got the biggest balls in the world

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Jan 11

Posts: 124

petedj says:


loose the friggin muzak

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Oct 06

Posts: 587

Eddy998 says:

Michael Rutter

Just one word "BRILLIANT"

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Aug 02

Posts: 29



Well done Michael great win

Bet you are glad that you didn't have Josh Brookes following you round Macau trying to work out just where he might be able to try and slip past !!!!!!

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Dec 11

Posts: 1

xjrpete says:

The War on Rosco

Well done Rutter on a good win

I think there is something in Roscos comments though. I don't think it can be denied that rutter hasn't lived up to the huge potential that he showed in his early career, I wouldn't say he sucks. I would say that he is a very good number 2 rider, someone who will consistently bring home good points for his team.

Winning BSB is still a possability for Rutter. Nicky Hayden showed that being consistently in the top few riders over a season and not winning every race (I think he only won 2 races that year) can win championships.

As for the heat that rosco has taken for his comments I think it's disgusting. I bet the people throwing mindless insults around are the same people who think that Mr Clarkson should be keel hauled for his striker's remarks, purely becuse they are to stupid to realise wht he said was a figure of speach. Not that anything rosco said was figurative.  

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Nov 11

Posts: 10

wolfblade says:

xjrpete, you need to

read roscos previous comments. It is he who throws around mindless insults in the first place mate (deliberately for reaction??). Genuine BSB fans understand what Ruttter has done (and not done) in the past but, overall, realise he's an all-round class act and gentleman - to boot. I still stand by what i say about rosco being a A1 tw*t

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May 09

Posts: 514

leecho says:


well said mate you are spot on, rutter is a top rider and a gentleman, i never heard him say a bad word about the brookes incident, where most people would off been after a punch up.

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Oct 11

Posts: 87


is totally correct.

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Sep 10

Posts: 833

CBR11X says:

Rosco, you're dissing some great riders there mate. Revin' Kevin and Rutter have more talent in their left ball-sack than you'll ever have.

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