World Superbikes

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  1. Win

    Win Well-Known Member

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    My local rider Chaz Davies is giving them run though:clap:
     
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    I was wondering what they were up to since they gave up the rock'n'roll
     
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    Yeah very good:clap: be worth seeing them on a super bike :lol:
     
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  4. Arthur

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    He was well in the frame in race 2 until he dropped it on the last lap, lacking a bit of top speed it's hard to win with a slower bike when its a dry track.
     
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    Chaz's bike is getting quicker:clap:
     
  6. Arthur

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    Yes, he had the measure of the Kawasakis last time out, Guiliano if he could hold pace for race distance and not fall off so often would be in the running too, Van der Mark is on the pace for a rookie, barring a accident and broken bits I think it will be a toss up between Chaz and Johnathon Rea,
     
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    Cracking first race from Assen today, Rea, Davies and Nicky Hayden on the podium, Sykes and Van der mark crashing out of top 3 places, Burnicle and Whitham giggling like schoolboys in the commentary box.
     
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    Jonathon Rea stretches his lead in the championship with a double race win in Misano, bad day out for Chaz finishing down the order in race1 and crashing out of race 2.
     
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    Ballymena man Jonathon Rea wraps up his second world championship in as many years with a race to spare.:Thumbp2:
     
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    Chaz found form too late...............................next year!
     
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    He has done it again with 5 races to go.
     
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