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Liam Marsden  says:

Knockhill BSB: Laverty victorious in race two

Samsung Honda's Michael Laverty won the second British Superbike race at Knockhill this afternon, his second race win of the season. Swan Yamaha rider Tommy Hill took the lead from the line and managed to hold off Laverty, after the Irishman tried to take the lead several times at the final hairpin. Laverty eventually took the lead at the end of...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (24 June 2012 16:40)

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racer245

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racer245 says:

Good racing

Some good racing from a real old school track, and even with the rule changes the cream is still at the top, but really pleased to see Tommy Bridewell clicking with the BMW, I really like his racing and as the saying goes ‘you can’t teach a slow rider to go fast, but you can teach a fast rider to stop crashing’.

Good racing all through the classes, and nice to see the sidecars getting some TV coverage, and don’t the Triumphs look cool in the 600s.

I have seen a comment about Tommy Hill going to GP, but I think most of our riders doing BSB have a natural home in WSB. If you want to do GP racing you really have to go the route of Smith, Reading, Kent & Webb by doing the smaller classes and earning your place in Moto 1. Then when you get there not having to worry about not knowing the tracks or just the whole circus that is MotoGP, as Cal has admitted, there will always be exceptions as I think Cal is but I can’t wait for the guys already doing Moto2 & 3 get through to the big one.
 

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thestig08 says:

nice to see

The site so fresh and up to date mcn,it will soon look like a season review !!

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