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Simon Patterson  says:

Honda TT Legends announce five-rider lineup for 2013

Honda has unveiled a five-strong squad for their TT Legends team, to coordinate a two pronged attack on the Isle of Man TT and the Endurance World Championship. Retaining nineteen-times TT winner John McGuinness to lead the push on roads and circuits, he'll be joined by Michael Dunlop, bringing a Dunlop back to a factory Honda ride for the first time...

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andy griff


Sep 08

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andy griff says:

Top Team

I think the winner of the big races at the 2013 TT/NW200 is likely to come from this set up. The bike is proven, the riders are top notch. The only downside might be whether the crew's attention is split trying to support two bikes likely to be in the top three...

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Aug 10

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alex1212 says:


awesome riders!! what does MOT channel mean? iam trying to find it so here in canada i can get a bit of racin before i lose my mind!

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Jul 10

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DoomedDog says:


MOT = Motors TV

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Feb 10

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RobTZ says:

McGuinness & Rutter

They are both great riders, with a great history of success both on the short circuits and the roads.

However at Age 40, I think they would be better moving over for the younger riders.

Do you really want to be on the TT at speeds up to 200mph at that age.


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Sep 03

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paulevs says:

How old is Rutter claiming to be now ? He was 38 for about 5 years lol.

Hope his leg doesn't take too long to heal, get well soon fella

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