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Laura Stevens  says:

Josh Brookes replaces Hopkins at Philip Island

Tyco Suzuki's Josh Brookes will get another chance to race before the start of the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship season, after getting called up to compete at the opening WSB round at Phillip Island by the Crescent Fixi Suzuki team. Brookes has previously raced in both the World Superbike and Supersport Championships before he joined the MCE BSB and with...

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Jun 11

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PaceyCasey says:

You can't blame a bloke for trying.

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Feb 12

Posts: 180

BarkerBill says:

Josh Brookes Crash

With the combined efforts of Hopkins and now the Aussie wonderboy Brookes the Suzuki squad will at least be familiar with mechanical aspects of the machinery . . .

Haslam, another no-hoper, merely trading on the reputation of his father.

Laverty, one more who is riding well above himself and pays the penalty.

Biaggi, like the bus-pass hero or not, must be having a little titter at the young sprogs antics. Moreover, the elderly Eyetie is most definitely showing young Melandri just who the boss in the ring is. I do so like it when grown men cry.


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Jun 10

Posts: 188

Toecutter71 says:


My prediction for SUZUKI in this year WSBK is 100% below, 10'th- maybe betwin 13 and 16.

what has happened to poor communication between the lea and the Suzuki team manager to leon next year was handed over to a BMW that did not turn to him (suzuki) are probably thinking that they do so they SUZUKI Lorenzo himself or some similar come begging them to ride for Suzuki in WSBK, and all total, 99% of management procedures that are done in the Suzuki GP and WSBK-it-in more or less idiotic, they are Texas Ben, at a "modest replace "the rain in 2008 at Laguna made one of the best positions in the past year, 4'5, and then instead of giving him to drive at least WSBK, they said that they SHOULD Spice Ben, Ben came to Yamaha and swept the other drivers with asphalt, and then it was clear what made the stupid, because it is already tied for the Yamaha MotoGP before the contract, after that comes the saga Haslam Leon ... more or less the same, the only driver who has competed in Biaggi his championship-winning year, and they gave him the BMW, led Fabrizzio and see how far we have brought them the same, and are now in a much worse situation, and because of this they predict that more than 10 seats will go up even once this season, the same if you finish among the top 15 - it will be a success.


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Dec 08

Posts: 1963

thestig08 says:


Is this enigma or morse code ?

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