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MCN Sports Desk  says:

Foray quits Quattro Plant Kawasaki team

Frenchman Freddy Foray has quit the Liverpool-based Quattro Plant Kawasaki team citing a lack of machine development as a prime reason. He follows Gary Mason who left the team several weeks ago. Foray – a World Endurance champion and one of BSB’s real characters - issued this press statement: "The BSB was a huge challenge for me asking me financial and...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (03 August 2012 11:22)

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Dec 08

Posts: 1932

thestig08 says:

good advert for the team

There has to be questions asked this year about the quality of bsb, for the first time in many a year it looks jaded,The shootout format wont improve that situation either,

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Aug 02

Posts: 719

grayzx7r says:

Oh dear me

Sac ray blur mon ami Or Go home groggy !

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Jan 04

Posts: 10

digby000 says:

Tom Grant Quattro Kawasaki

The Quattro Kawasaki is out on track at this weekends Cadwell Park BSB with former Virgin Cup, supersport and superbike rider Tom Grant on board, with Karl Harris as teammate. A True Yorkshire Pairing

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