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So, what now for Guy Martin's TT dreams?

Guy Martin went into his 2013 TT campaign with big hopes, still chasing that sought-after win, but left having barely made an impression, and with a best finish of 4th. So what now for the truck mechanic-cum-racer? Is it time to hang up the leathers and move on? Or has he still got a win left in him?  

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venturer

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venturer says:

he will do what he wants

what a f*cking stupid question, Parsites and fishwifes please answer the question, is this like a place for TV soap watching brain dead people, watching other peoples living their lives type place or are we motorbike riders living our own lives and doing or own thing, for f*ck sack.

 

Just Ride and get on with your own life, don't waste your time thinking about what other people are doing.

 

cheers

 

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venturer

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venturer says:

bellstaffe (please note: i'm holding back), he rides a motorbike and who the f*ck are you to tell people how to speak.        

 

  

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