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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWST? View Post
    i think i saw one of the best passes EVER in a motorcycle race.MvdM pass on Jonny Rea.I dont think he actually ment to pass him right there he was winding it up to pass later,but Jonney maybe just has to roll the throttle back a fraction.?It was very nearly a collision!
    Yeah it was awesome eh !

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    It's probable that Bautista's performances have been noticed in the GP paddock, it's even possible an approach has been made already. Bautista said he will not go back to MotoGP unless it is on a factory machine. The lad's probably quite enjoying life at the moment anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    It's probable that Bautista's performances have been noticed in the GP paddock, it's even possible an approach has been made already. Bautista said he will not go back to MotoGP unless it is on a factory machine. The lad's probably quite enjoying life at the moment anyway.
    Petrucci's ride could be up for grabs if Miller doesn't get it.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmik de Bris View Post
    Petrucci's ride could be up for grabs if Miller doesn't get it.

    Cheers
    We are not alone with these thoughts apparently.

    https://motomatters.com/analysis/201...e_cost_of.html
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    Been on Hols for a week (Auck/Whangarei).
    Haven't been to Auck for 30 years (and no hurry to go again.).

    Picked up on Rea winning a leg, but tuned in today to see the second race was canned because of wet ??
    Missed my Sky at home while away.

    Kiwibiker site seems to have been pretty quiet, esspecially the racing section...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roogazza View Post
    Been on Hols for a week (Auck/Whangarei).
    Haven't been to Auck for 30 years (and no hurry to go again.).

    Picked up on Rea winning a leg, but tuned in today to see the second race was canned because of wet ??
    Missed my Sky at home while away.

    Kiwibiker site seems to have been pretty quiet, esspecially the racing section...
    WSBK is just lacking for me every time I watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autech View Post
    WSBK is just lacking for me every time I watch it.
    I feel the same.

    18 bikes on the grid gives it the look of a doomed series. The dropping of the stock 1000 class was supposed to get the teams to move to the SBK class. They appear to have buggered off elsewhere.

    The support classes still have good racing...
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    More bikes the betterer of course but I usually find something of interest. Shame about the cancelled races but it's an ill wind that blows no good. Bautista would have said a prayer of thanks to his little plaster saint.

    Be interesting to see if Bautista returns to business as usual next outing because he knows his way around Misano.
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