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Discussion in 'Racing' started by yooperbikemike, Oct 29, 2012.
I remember so much being made of MTB being (gasp!) 38 years old during his comeback!
I guess 38 is the old 48...considering guys like Bayliss, Biaggi, Checa, etc. winning at or near 40 years old in recent times.
I think the more significant thing was that he hadn't raced in almost 10 years.
We can test your hypothesis if any of the above can come back after 10 years retirement and be competitive.
lol Well now that you mention it
Joey Dunlop won on the Isle of Man at age 48 in 2000. I guess by then 48 was the new 38!
Pretty incredible man he was; in many ways.
<hr style="color:#575757; background-color:#575757" size="1"> February 24 : Phillip Island (Australia)
April 14 : MotorLand Aragon (Spain)
April 28 : Assen (Holland)
May 12 : Monza (Italy)
May 26 : Donington Park (GB)
June 9 : Portimao (Portugal)
June 30 : Imola (Italy)
July 21 : Moscow (Russia)
August 4 : Silverstone (GB)
September 1 : Nurburgring (Germany)
September 15: Istanbul (Turkey) (New round)
September 29: Laguna Seca (USA) (No WSS race)
October 6 : Magny Cours (France)
October 20 : Jerez (Spain)
November 17 : Buddh Circuit (India)
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Biaggi back for Monza?
He would just take points away from Guinters and Laverty, assuming he was on the pace.
Or would he torpedo the BMWs?
I hear Honda needs a substitute rider.
GP One makes a good case for going to Ducati, too.
He'll ride as a wild card entry for Kawasaki or Aprilia.
Anywhere to watch online? Full races or recap?
Someone might have a better link for the BeIn viewer.
I will post the full races once they show up on youtube.
Biaggi to test Ducati at Mugello?
Or maybe testing the Suzuki MotoGP bike?
Max denies the rumors. But they are strong rumors.
Can anyone explain what this situation is between Gobmeier and Batta? Krop? yooper?