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Adam Child  says:

Magny Cours WSB: Rea leads Brit charge at final round

Jonathan Rea topped the first free practice time sheets at Magny Cours, setting a 1.39.064 on a drying tack. PATA Ducati rider Sylvain Guintoli finished second with in form Brits Leon Camier and Tom Sykes rounding out the provisional front row. Championship leader Max Biaggi set the sixth fastest time with title contender Marco Melandri riding through the pain barrier of...

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Ivebeenthehero

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Future looks AMA for Hopkins

John Hopkins looks to be slip sliding out of WSB. Shame as he is such a talented rider, until recently grapping poles in WSB. Camier is clearly the number one and that always makes it doubly difficult for the guy on the other side of the garage, particularly when they aren't on the best bikes. I imagine AMA might be the future for Hopkins, where he would mostly clean up.

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

exciting times

only takes biaggi to bin it in race one or superpole(one troy corser did this back in 98 qp) , i do think sykes will be up there and with leon looking stronger on a slower suzuki proves how well he is riding, hope the brits let sykes through and get the title he deserves but taking nothing away form biaggi he has rode awsum all year with all respect to him. 

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

Been great to watch tis year

Would be nice if Honda give Rea a better bike for next year

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Momo1970

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Momo1970 says:

What do you mean the Brits let Syke through? That is the way you would like Sykes to take the championship? I can not see that happens I didn't recognized any love between Sykes Rea and Haslem....they are not in the same team why the hell they will help Sykes?

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

momo

Dont take any notice mate it is just the weird passtime that is brit knocking be it bikes or riders some idiots cannot accept that anything good comes from these shores,why dont they all fuck off with hamza.

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ow01fogno1

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ow01fogno1 says:

title drought

i know racing is racing but they may have had a few words and giggles in pit lane??. if you dont like what i said then dont reply to it and bog off.

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

It would be

nice to see Tom get yet another pole and a double win to round off the season, that would be something.

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Momo1970

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Momo1970 says:

I can see Sykes win it on the wet, he is probably the best rider in wet condition. If its dry ...congrats Biagi for well deserved championship!

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