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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 09-16-2017, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Congratulations to Mv and Camier for an amazing 4th place finish (highest ever finish?). Another lap and it would have been a first podium...


Nice to see PJ grabbing P3 in supersport qualifying, too!

Looking forward to tomorrow's racing!!
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Camier was awesome considering the bike let him down again in SP1. Awesome result.

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Camier was awesome considering the bike let him down again in SP1. Awesome result.
Must of been really hard for you to admit that MV did great in the race.
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Just seen Race 1,
damn did that race need 1 more lap, Camier was on fire.

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Must of been really hard for you to admit that MV did great in the race.
No it's not hard for me to give credit where credit is due. Make no mistake ... Camier rides the wheels off that bike. But unless they retain him or get Davies or Sykes it won't be placing that high next year.

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No it's not hard for me to give credit where credit is due. Make no mistake ... Camier rides the wheels off that bike. But unless they retain him or get Davies or Sykes it won't be placing that high next year.
With reference to the second part of your statement - You can't possibly know that.

The WSBK series is a Kawasaki / Ducati fest and there is significant credit for being the first manufacturer home on any other brand.
Congratulations MV Agusta. You are making many of us very proud.
All the best for race two.

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Great race by Camier. Trying not to get too excited about race two tomorrow!

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Hope he can get off the line and get up to pace quickly in race 2. He comes on strong at the end doesn't he?
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Guys, I heard new that Camier is possibly moving away from MV Agusta to Honda next year?
Some presentator on TV said the rumours are going on for weeks.

What does this mean when camier moves out. No more MV in WSBK but only is WSS??

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Wow what a roller coaster it was.
3rd and 4th in every practice session, the fastest Italian bike.
SP2 a single out lap, engine problem, anyone know what the issue was?
Race 1 from 11th to fourth, a nail bitting race if You are a MV Agusta fan.
A lap more and Leon would have might gotten the first podium for MV.
Pole Position on Sunday for race 2.
I can't wait to see.
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