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Will Norton be competitive at the TT?

Norton are back at the Isle of Man TT for a second year, this time with two much improved bikes. What do you reckon to their chances? pollcomment

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Nov 03

Posts: 159

chrisyzf says:


OK lets put this into context.

As an ex-road-racer, we know the risks and our families and friends know the risks, and it is our choice to race nobody else's.

The TT is a magnificent event and is as safe as it possibly can be, with out loosing the character of the event, if I was given the chance to race at the TT I would have.

Anybody know how many climbers died in Scotland this winter?

12 experienced climbers died, which is extremely sad for them and families, however these rarely make the headlines as they tend not to be spectacular accidents, compared with any accident in motorsport.

the TT will continue as long as riders want to race.

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Feb 06

Posts: 26

I know it's still early days, but it's lapping slower than Hizzy on the Rotary, maybe they should have kept on developing that instead of buying in an Aprilia !


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