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Simon Patterson  says:

Knockhill BSB: Byrne continues Scottish domination

Shane Byrne has continued his Scottish domination this weekend, easily taking the second race of the day at Knockhill from Tyco Suzuki's Josh Brookes. The leading group were able to make a gap on the chasing pack after a first lap crash that saw James Ellison go down and Michael Rutter get collected in the ensuring chaos. Byrne, who had led from...

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Dec 08

Posts: 1982

thestig08 says:

Bad day for Alex

To go to Knockhill with his podium record and leave 36 points behind must be gutting,However another solid weekend for Chris Walker,he continues to get some good results out of that old Kwak,Kyio must of had some meditation in Japan to get back to form, amazing how off the boil a rider can get ,maybe Valentino should get his mans number

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May 09

Posts: 514

leecho says:


had two mega rides,the man is a legend,shakey is on another planet at the mo,the racing was a bit boring for bsb,well done to howie mainwaring again.

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