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Matthew Birt  says:

Gino Rea loses Moto2 ride

British rider Gino Rea has been left without a ride in 2013 after the new ESGP squad abandoned plans to race in the Moto2 world championship. Rea, who scored a stunning podium in a rain-lashed Malaysian Moto2 race at Sepang last October, had signed to ride for the ESGP squad using a British-built FTR frame.The ESGP squad was given a late...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (07 February 2013 12:23)

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Sep 09

Posts: 126


Gino's site is up please give what you can. We need Gino on the grid for 2013.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help plus you do get something for your money, a signed hoodie or photo with a personalised message if you like.

Would make a nice gift for a race fan aswell. Go on you know it makes sense.

Fank Yu.


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Sep 09

Posts: 126


Why do you say Gino is not good enough? It is very easy to make these comments from your armchair. I had a look at your other comments and you don't appear to have anything good to say about anyone really. I think that Gino is good enough to be in Moto2 and in the right team on a Kalex with Ohlins would be at the sharp end. The lad has talent, you don't win a championship if you are not good enough. Fank Yu. (rant over)

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Jan 13

Posts: 16

Legend68 says:

Money Talks....

Simple fact of life I've been in motorsport for 25 years and teams need a budget to go racing. Who pays for the truckie, mechanics, travel, accomodation and even the bike? "Sponsors" and unfortunately in the current economic climate even the factory Yamaha team can't attract a title sponsor.

Unfortunately times are tough in the current economic climate so fingers crossed for Gino.

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Aug 02

Posts: 725

grayzx7r says:

Shame but ----

He was always wasted space anyway, way over-rated and underperformed on most occasions

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