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May 5th, 2015, 05:09 AM   #1
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Ok I'll say it...

What the FUCK is up with Kyonari this year?!?!?
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He actually has a point more than he did at this stage last year, he seems to have a habit of looking pretty uninterested until june. Even in his last BSB championship winning season he managed just one podium in his first six races.
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June 4th, 2015, 11:39 AM   #3
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Yeah but last yr was his first with a new team, and his first on a BMW. There haven't to my knowledge, been any major rule changes this yr, so wtf?
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Yeah but last yr was his first with a new team, and his first on a BMW. There haven't to my knowledge, been any major rule changes this yr, so wtf?
As I said he just has previous form for it, even his first BSB title in 2006 he only had 2or 3 podiums in the first 8 or 9 races and then he just blitzed them all. I think on his day he's good enough to give anyone in the world a run for their money on a superbike.

Is it possible TAS are getting more of BMW's attention though?
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