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April 30th, 2016, 06:12 AM   #11
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Yeah, Rea was looking ominous until he ran wide...
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April 30th, 2016, 04:07 PM   #12
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Guintoli Highside

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The facebook link is better quality - https://www.facebook.com/WorldSBK/vi...3737745479032/
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Could easily have been a broken wrist for Rea. How the hell he managed to hold on I don't know.
Hope a member of pit crew have clean underpants waiting for him when he's done.
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If Chaz were to take the title this year, a big if I concede as Rea is very strong, does anyone foresee any "tweaking" of the rules by dorna for next year?
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If Chaz were to take the title this year, a big if I concede as Rea is very strong, does anyone foresee any "tweaking" of the rules by dorna for next year?
I'm a bit out of touch with WSBK. What rules and why??
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May 1st, 2016, 06:00 AM   #18
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WSBK San Marino **Spoilers**

The twins have concessions to run 1200cc as they've only got 2 cylinders etc.
I was wondering whether the Japanese manufacturers might get a bit uptight if the Ducati's start dominating. Then again my comment is moot unless both bikes dominate.
It would take a while to show anyway.
To be honest I think wsbk no longer has the status it used to, MotoGP is definitely the golden goose as far as dorna is concerned.
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Tweaking for Duc twins has, is and always will be SOP in SBK.
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