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Andy Downes  says:

Hodgson vs Walker…again

The bitter feud between British Superbike racers Neil Hodgson and Chris Walker in 2000 remains one of the closest-ever racing battles and they will be revealing all for the first time on stage in April. Hodgson and Walker will be joined on stage by ex-racer and Eurosport commentator James Whitham at the Hilton Hotel, Dartford Bridge on April 5. Hodgson and Walker...

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Jul 05

Posts: 122

pogo_it says:

It was an awesome season, I wanted walker to win abd was gutted when his engine blew at donnington, but hodgson put together a brilliant season

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Nov 10

Posts: 26

agent55 says:


I can still see that image of Walker in tears, walking along the barrier after the engine failure. Brutal, but a perfect example of why we love racing.

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Aug 02

Posts: 550

2000 BSB

I'm not a great fan of either to be honest but Neil did have a huge machinery advantage that year so Walker did well to be in the position to win the title at the end until the engine blew.

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Oct 10

Posts: 185

zoobaz says:

Yep, it were great!

was a great season to be sure, Chris certainly cemented his place as the fan's favourite that year.

everyone at Donnington was cheering him as he walked back to the pits in tears after his Suzuki let go, no matter who they were there to see.

but do we really need to open up old wounds 13 years later? what next - foggy and Chille?



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Jun 12

Posts: 324

Meatbingo says:


£30 to watch two riders TALK about riding 13 years ago..... I'll spend my £30 on tickets for this years racing thanks....

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Jan 13

Posts: 3

JH1986 says:


One of my favourite books is Walkers autobiography. Brilliant read and he takes you through that race and the aftermath.

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