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Matthew Birt  says:

Bradley Smith within one second of Valentino Rossi in Sepang

Rookie Bradley Smith gave himself a huge confidence boost in Malaysia today by finishing less than a second behind nine-times world champion Valentino Rossi on the second day of MotoGP testing at the Sepang International Circuit. The 22-year-old slashed a massive 1.5s off his best time from the opening day to leap from 12th to eighth position in the rankings on...

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Ben52

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Ben52 says:

?????

When is Colin Edwards going to get off the sinking ship and go back to being competitive in WSBK?

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Ben52

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Ben52 says:

Nice One.

Good effort Brad, i forgive you for almost running me down on your scooter now, all the best for 2013 season!!

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

And all the Brits

line up to congratulate the slow but sure TURTLE. What a big LMAO moment. No worries though, he just need a passing grade of 12th overall to mimic his much heralded legend in the making British greatest ever thus far, one known as Baboon man.

Unlike us Americans where we get a 6th place at season end to get our promotions to deserved Factory equipment. Can't wait for the 2012, seventh place Brit to start whining about not having factory equipment and how that is holding back him from going for podiums. Perhaps the Brits will try to group Satellite with CRT's and take those less celebrated podiums.

33 years out will make em do anything, innit!!

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

MilkSop

Without the tenacious British you wouldn't have an America to be American in !  It's quite obvious that we granted you your independence far too soon  as you're still not ready for it. Under the old British Rule you would have been hung drawn and quartered.

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

We took our independence

from you. No weak knee Brit had the stomach to fight us. Currently, we now defend your asses too.

On 19 April 1775 Gage despatched a column to seize an arms cache thought to be at the town of Concord, only 16 miles from Boston. Unluckily news of the expedition leaked, and at Lexington the British encountered a small force of American militia. It is not known which side fired the first shots of the war, but the militia withdrew and the British continued to Concord. However, it was the return to Boston that revealed the scale of the revolt and the weakness of the British position. Outnumbered by hostile forces, the British column was being slowly destroyed by sniping until it met up with a relief force at Lexington and was able to return relatively safely to Boston.

News of the fighting spread quickly, and Gage soon found himself besieged in Boston by an irregular but large force, which quickly dug itself in. Meanwhile, Gage was waiting for reinforcements. On 26 May they arrived, led by three major-generals who were to play an important part in the war - William Howe, Henry Clinton and John Burgoyne.

Encouraged by his reinforcements, Gage decided to strengthen his position by capturing key hills that overlooked Boston on its island, and threatened the harbour. The Americans learnt of this plan, and fortified Breed's Hill on the Charlestown peninsular north of the harbour. The resulting battle of Bunker Hill (17 June 1775) was a disaster for the British. Although they did manage to capture the American positions, it was at the cost of half of their force killed or wounded.

 

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Yes I know my History!   And now look what you've done to the world ! Create instability whereever you tread.

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

Fuck asswit

We did not create 9/11. We do have a right to defend ourselves from slaughter by terrorist. Do me a favor when you want to lay blame. Re-educate your self on who was the slave traders and war mongers and witch hunters.

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Milky

You Richard-Cranium - If your dislike of the Brits is so intense why bother to contribute to a British website ?  In the words of one of your American heroes - DOH !!!

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

Does the word

TURTLE bother you or Baboon or 33 years. You senile old fool.

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

MB

Doesn't bother me at all bro' they're only words I can grasp reality........  - another thing you should be grateful for - we brought you european style road racing with the Anglo-American match races in the 70's  without the introduction of which you would never have seen Roberts, Spencer, Lawson, Schwantz, Rainey in GP's. So be thankful and shut the fuck up!

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