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Michael Guy  says:

Toseland committed to race again despite career threatening injuries

Having withdrawn from this weekend’s WSB round at Misano along with next weeks Aragon race, James Toseland has revealed to MCN the reasons behind his decision and the extent of his career threatening injuries. Speaking to MCN the former two time WSB champion revealed that the day he was due to fly to Misano this his injured wrist was so painful...

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  • Posted 4 years ago (09 June 2011 17:07)

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Jul 10

Posts: 64

Wellgofar says:

Come on JT

Come on JT, that's the spirit. Get well and make a great come back. Looking forward to seeing you back in action. Get well soon.

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Nov 07

Posts: 78

Oafski says:

While I admire JT's commitment and wish him a speedy return to full fitness I really wish he would call it a day and concentrate on the piano playing. He certainly doesn't have much luck with crashes and injuries and having to over-ride a machine which is not a race winner to try and get a result seems like a recipe for further disaster to me.

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Feb 09

Posts: 846

chrisg011 says:

Fair play

I believe he still has the talent despite his myrad of 'unsupporters'. Hope he comes back and gets up to speed ont he bike and in his career.

Be interesting to see how Lanzi gets on though...

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Dec 08

Posts: 1291

boybilly1967 says:

It's been a very bad injury and his career has not been going in the direction he wants for some time. Worth considering quitting for his own good maybe?

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Apr 05

Posts: 76

velopete says:

Good luck James.

I've been watching James since I saw him as a 15 year old at a Brands Bemsee meeting when he cleaned up in the CB500 cup, I went home and told my missus I've just seen a future world champion and he's proved me right twice. I would dearly love to still be watching him  racing in another ten years so it's absolutely the right decision to give his injury the chance to heal.  Best of luck James.

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May 09

Posts: 514

leecho says:


go and join ya old mate hodgy on the eurosport sofa, and give the ride to some young up and coming rider, the way you have been riding you would not cut it in bsb, and thats before your injuries.

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Aug 02

Posts: 111



Bet you could do better leecho

what is it with the tosser on here ? 2 world championships under his belt and some bad luck and all of a sudden he's past it and the biggest wanker ever to come out of the uk.

come on guys credit where credits due!!!

leecho bet you think the likes of Beckham and Rooney are gods

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Feb 10

Posts: 565

RobTZ says:

Not Done Yet


History tells us that many riders have come back from far worse injuries and won. Joey and Robert Dunlop, Barry Sheene, Carl Fogarty. The list is endless.

James will be back as a winner. Probably in BSB and he would be a massive crowd draw there. True Motorcycle Racing Fans like me know what a talent he is.

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Nov 07

Posts: 94

matto3227 says:

Future for James

Expect too see James in the BSB next season...

I like the boy, but he has alot of tough breaks in his career. Taking a step back would be a good idea, can't see him keeping the BMW ride, and there won't be many other teams breaking down his door to offer him a contract. Being in BSB would be a good idea either to rebuild, gain a season of fitness & go forward or to end on a high.

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Jan 11

Posts: 651

carloslavado says:

Just ride BSB, fight for a win will give some spirit! Look at  Shakey. Giving Kiyo a hard time. Hopefully Cal can keep the rythim going in his 2nd season in Moto Gp. Cal? i litarey said he would suck at GP level, being wrong does not always hurt:-)

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