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Cameron Donald to ride Norton at IOM tt

Australian 'Real road' race hero Cameron Donald will 'postpone' retirement from the sport to ride the Iconic Norton marque in this years IOM tt senior after signing a 3 year deal to ride the superbike.
http://www.iomtt.com/News/2014/March...on-Donald.aspx
http://www.visordown.com/motorcycle-...mtt/24704.html
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Great news!!!!
Cam is one of my favourite riders!!!!!!!!!
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Is that the Aprilia powered bike they've been busy with for some time ?

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Is that the Aprilia powered bike they've been busy with for some time ?

Yeah It is indeed Donsy
http://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial.../#.Uyqqeah_t9U




However as one guy commented..... User's Badge
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''Who cares re the aprillia engine?
So the Norton uses an Aprillia engine, so what?
Ford and BMW use Peugeot engines, some may argue the Ducati 916 was more Cagiva than Ducati, so this is nothing new''...



I wish them well
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I agree Brian, and I wish Cam well also.

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Yeah It is indeed Donsy
http://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial.../#.Uyqqeah_t9U




However as one guy commented..... User's Badge
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''Who cares re the aprillia engine?
So the Norton uses an Aprillia engine, so what?
Ford and BMW use Peugeot engines, some may argue the Ducati 916 was more Cagiva than Ducati, so this is nothing new''...



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In which BMW model are or were Peugeot engines, Sir ?
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In which BMW model are or were Peugeot engines, Sir ?
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Well right so Brian ! But than You should say Mini and not BMW.
Otherwise, I, as BMW, would be after You for spreading BS.
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Well right so Brian ! But than You should say Mini and not BMW.
Otherwise, I, as BMW, would be after You for spreading BS.
Is this mini not made and owned by BMW?.....http://uk.ask.com/question/who-makes-mini-cooper-cars

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Just read AMCN about Cam and Norton superbike, go Aussie!
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