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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-03-2017, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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Great racing from everyone but Camier who said 'I don't see me getting anything here as the track is a fast powerful one and we don't have it', in other words I don't care as I'm off
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-05-2017, 03:04 AM
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On Italian TV they had a short interview with Camier before the race, seemed genuinely upset to be ending his MV adventure. The boss of MV reparto corse also made another special thank you to Camier in official press release welcoming Torres.
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Superbike races were snore-fests. Glad to see Chaz finish as a much-deserved vice-champion and Mahia as super sport champ.... poor PJ had some kind of failure...no doubt the wise men in charge will finally adjust the supersport rules for 2018 so that triples have a chance to be competitive, too... yeah, right
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-05-2017, 03:25 AM
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Well Leon is likely sad to leave Italy, a good team and a great bike about he knows what it can do, now into uncertainty again, with hopefully not again three years of development.
At the end two ninth places and eight in the World Superbike standings, Thank You Mr. Camier!
He leaves big foot steps for Jordi to fill.
And did we saw the swan song of the F3 in World Supersport?
A sad picture of PJ with his stranded F3 the last image we saw?
Rumours are that Vamag is continuing the F3 efforts next Year.
Alone I see them struggling to get a top ten with all the R6 being rolled onto the grid.
Yeah and then Lucas Mahias a worthy World Champion for sure.
And Kenan leaving everyone speechless, a podium with a three times broken hip, wow!
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Zanetti and Vamag should have MV factory support next year in supersport with 2 factory bikes in superbike. From what I read on this site and other rumors.
The rules change for next year which may make the MV more competitive but with so many teams switching to the Yamaha R6 it's going to make it difficult for other teams and make the supersport class boring once again...
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