:2bitchsla Hmmmm,who won AMA Supers this year?Hmmm who won WSB this year? Hmmm,who handed Yamblamaha their arses in said championships? :fork = wwn3dblur1 said:and it was good to see YAMAHA hand sosukki their asses again.wwn3d
that sounds like a losers response :fingerLord_Asshat said:the horse is dead, long live the horse
hayden certainly deserved to be there... every practice session he was pushing it very hard :factOzzy_R1_demon said:Great effort by Hayden to stick with him for alot of the race though:yesnod
its ok , don't cry :cryin btw who won at the isle of man this year and last?:lolgixxerfreak said::2bitchsla Hmmmm,who won AMA Supers this year?Hmmm who won WSB this year? Hmmm,who handed Yamblamaha their arses in said championships? :fork = wwn3d
hayden was the only man on the field really lifting the front out of turn 10 every time.Lord_Phat said:hayden certainly deserved to be there... every practice session he was pushing it very hard :fact
Dont forget about Pedrosa who has secured a Repsol ride next year:factSteve_F said:be good nex year with hayden and melandri on HRC bikes, and Biaggi and Checa on the Camels.
CV going after supers WC next year according to some sources.
i am crying,you've broken my heart :cryin The wins at TT were hardly what you'd call crushing victories though eh? Barely scraped them in actually :yesnod And who won the Endurance series as well this year? ill give you a hint,it wasnt Yamblamaha :finger :lol So i think Suzuki have handed more arse to Yamaha this year than vice versa :yesnod :buttblur1 said:its ok , don't cry :cryin btw who won at the isle of man this year and last?:lol
Thats because they have ALOT of ass:finger :lol :lolgixxerfreak said:So i think Suzuki have handed more arse to Yamaha this year :butt
lol,as opposed to having a lot of asses riding their bikes,i guess you are right there Petey! :crashOzzy_R1_demon said:Thats because they have ALOT of ass:finger :lol :lol
Im going off this that i saw yesterday..Ozzy_R1_demon said:Dont forget about Pedrosa who has secured a Repsol ride next year:fact
From what Ive read looks like CV is almost a dead certain to get Bayliss' old ride:yesnod
HONDA has poured cold water on Australian motorcycle racer Chris Vermeulen's hopes of a move to MotoGP for next season.
The manufacturer said it wanted Vermeulen, 23, to continue in the World Superbike class in 2006.
Vermeulen stepped onto the Camel Honda bike of injured compatriot Troy Bayliss at the Australian Grand Prix today, and finished a creditable 11th behind Valentino Rossi.
The race marked his debut in the premier class, and his performance attracted measured praise from team owner Sito Pons.
Bayliss, who has struggled with the bike this year, returns to superbikes next season.
Pons, however, said nothing more than Vermeulen was likely to take the place of his fellow countryman at the next round, in Turkey.
Vermeulen made a charge towards the World Superbike title this year, with a string of late-season race wins, but eventually finished second to compatriot Troy Corser.
Honda Racing Corporation sporting director Carlo Fiorani said today that Vermeulen should ride superbikes for another year.
"It seems difficult for Chris in grands prix next year,? Fiorani said.
"I think the best option for Chris is for him to try to win the World Superbike championship with Honda next year.
"That job is not yet completed and he would like to win the Superbike championship.
"For Chris, it may depend a little on results in these final races, but it seems that a place with Honda in MotoGP in 2006 is very difficult."
The Camel Honda Pons squad have lined up Italian Max Biaggi and Spaniard Carlos Checa to replace Alex Barros and Bayliss for 2006.