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September 18th, 2016, 09:43 AM   #11
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As a race, it was mehh. Maybe I'm biased cus Jodi got DNF.
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Rea back to 'monster' mode. Poor Tom hit that nasty spot. The Hayden thing was surreal. Did they forget to change his suspension, leave out 4th gear, or what? He rides well in wet, usually. VDM dumped and still finished ahead of him with a broken bike.
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September 19th, 2016, 09:48 AM   #14
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Rea back to 'monster' mode. Poor Tom hit that nasty spot. The Hayden thing was surreal. Did they forget to change his suspension, leave out 4th gear, or what? He rides well in wet, usually. VDM dumped and still finished ahead of him with a broken bike.
To be fair hayden did go off track to avoid lowes his crash. That has to have cost him a lot of time
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And VDM crashed, picked-up the bike, got it going, and finished with a broken fairing and god-knows-what-else broken. Hayden just rode off, because he obviously didn't trust the brakes/wet/lean combo. Hayden was slow. There must have been something seriously off with Hayden's bike that he didn't like for him to go from 3 to 17 within a lap. I hope I learn what happened.
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I actually enjoyed WSS more than the Superbike class as usual. Always look out for local lad Stapleford. Great four way battle towards the end of the race between PJ, Krummenacher, Caricasulo and Zanetti. I like watching Cluzel who has a great natural way of handling a racing motorcycle.

Race 2 - you know conditions are bad if Westy crashes out. Good to see Camier up there. Van Der Mark's knackered blade was hilarious.

Ducati have long frustrated me in WSB for their tendency to fling token mediocre Italian riders on their factory machines. Lanzi, Fabrizio and currently Giugliano. Bontempi, Falappa and Chilli were legends though.
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