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October 6th, 2012, 10:28 PM   #1
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An end of an era. Its over folks. Say good bye to World Super Bikes. The "super" soon to become "junior".



As would be fitting, this man best represents the future fortunes of this soon to be extinct series.

http://www.superbikeplanet.com/2012/Oct/121006c.htm





Sykes on pole, Biaggi in 10th. Unless a miracle happens, which isnt beyond the Flaminis knowing their days are numbered, the championship should just barely go to Max. But this is racing, so it will still be a nail biter...i wonder how JRea will effect the outcome of this title.
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October 7th, 2012, 12:22 AM   #2
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Go Max, enjoy your last couple of races where you weren't the other Italians bobo doll
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October 7th, 2012, 12:38 AM   #3
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Come on Grinner!!!

You can do it!!!!
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The Turkish axe murderer does it again, when is this complete piece of shit going to be punished? oh i know when he hurts some one for ever.complete disgrace.
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didn't catch the wss, clip of the tur...k , highly appreciated for future reference





well that was a close one in wsbk.

was really rooting for sykes to get it (i wonder what odds you would have got before the season that sykes would win it on a kwaki),but still a very deserved championship for biaggi. well done max



rea, shades of pedrosa sachsenring 2008



so checa at althea next year with the 1199? high time they changed motorcycle, i hope hrc support will make the blade a bit better, i'd love for rea and haslam to have a realistic chance of winning the title.



great year in wsbk all in all, especially because of the new guys like gugliano and baz.

get well soon joan
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didn't catch the wss, clip of the tur...k , highly appreciated for future reference





well that was a close one in wsbk.

was really rooting for sykes to get it (i wonder what odds you would have got before the season that sykes would win it on a kwaki),but still a very deserved championship for biaggi. well done max



rea, shades of pedrosa sachsenring 2008



so checa at althea next year with the 1199? high time they changed motorcycle, i hope hrc support will make the blade a bit better, i'd love for rea and haslam to have a realistic chance of winning the title.



great year in wsbk all in all, especially because of the new guys like gugliano and baz.

get well soon joan


Agreed,awsome days racing,unlucky for Tom and i think Baz will be a threat next year,well done Max.
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its amazing when you think about it, when i started watching gps (or at least when i can remember getting into motorcycle racing) as just a little boy max was the king of the 250s (my favorite class), and still he is a world champion.



truly amazing, almost 20 years of being a world championship title contender.

say about him what you want, but i think max is not getting the credit he deserves
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its amazing when you think about it, when i started watching gps (or at least when i can remember getting into motorcycle racing) as just a little boy max was the king of the 250s (my favorite class), and still he is a world champion.



truly amazing, almost 20 years of being a world championship title contender.

say about him what you want, but i think max is not getting the credit he deserves


His debut race and season on a 500 in 1998 was something else too.



Was rooting for Tom but in the end i think its still super cool for Max.
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Congrats to Max. Even though I didn't call him winning the championship at the beginning of the year, I was rooting for him all the way.
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