WSBK- Argentinean, SAN Juan Villicum

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Predictions for this weekend?



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Rea for 2 wins, Toprak to wipe them both out in turn 1 of the final race and take the title by 2 points...

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Wull wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 9:05 am 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
The best part is when they both get up off the floor and Toprak looks as Rea, shrugs and walks away.
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But...there's still the Indonesian round after this.
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KungFooBob wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 9:08 am But...there's still the Indonesian round after this.
Oh... that kinda spoils my plot then... we'll save that till the next one then :D
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Still the possibility of that not happening so your plot is still alive
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I think it's obvious who the neutrals will be rooting for.
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My first question is - I wonder if that 1 place penalty that Toprak got for exceeding track limits will come into play and how pivotal the front end crash because of the mudguard falling off 🤔 I mean how rare is that, what’s the chances?

I seen a comment on the WSBK page where Redding had said “I heard it was due to all the contact” 🤣🤣 he’s a whinging coont as well, I love him to bits but c’mon.
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Yorick wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 9:15 am I think it's obvious who the neutrals will be rooting for.
I just hope the racing is good and there’s no crashes or mechanicals that decide it 👀

Who am I trying to kid, I hope JR’s Kawasaki breaks down, fuck him!
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Yorick wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 9:15 am I think it's obvious who the neutrals will be rooting for.
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Hopefully the track is in decent shape as it seems to not get a lot of use and due to the windy nature of the area gets heavily covered in sand and crap. There was a boycott by some riders in 2019 as the tarmac was fresh but was weeping oils to the surface but there were not a lot of crashes which may have been down to riders leaving that extra margin for error....or just luck ;)
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Here's to a great weekend racing. Brands on as well. :thumbup:

JR has his work cut out,the 24 point deficit to Toprak has him on the back foot,but we've been here before with Johnny Rea and if anyone can rise to the occasion it's him.

I think Toprak may go to Motogp if he wins the title,but if he doesn't he'll probably stay and try again next year. Either way is good for us race fans.
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Skub wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 6:03 pm
I think Toprak may go to Motogp if he wins the title,but if he doesn't he'll probably stay and try again next year. Either way is good for us race fans.
He has already signed up under contract for WSBK for next season ........ I would assume if Lin Jarvis wants him for MotoGP he will get him no matter what has been signed though ;)
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Yeah that’s the general consensus especially with Yamaha.

On a side note, Team Warhorse HSBK Ducati have just announced they won’t have Baz next season and rumour has it Bonovo BMW have signed him, anyone know this for a fact?
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Wull wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:29 pm Yeah that’s the general consensus especially with Yamaha.

On a side note, Team Warhorse HSBK Ducati have just announced they won’t have Baz next season and rumour has it Bonovo BMW have signed him, anyone know this for a fact?
I hope not. BMW seem on a mission to bag top riders,probably the only way they'll stop them winning for the competition.
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Skub wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:31 pm
Wull wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:29 pm Yeah that’s the general consensus especially with Yamaha.

On a side note, Team Warhorse HSBK Ducati have just announced they won’t have Baz next season and rumour has it Bonovo BMW have signed him, anyone know this for a fact?
I hope not. BMW seem on a mission to bag top riders,probably the only way they'll stop them winning for the competition.
I hope it's good so we see Scotty go well.
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Mind you, he might be better with a mop for JR’s tears



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Wull wrote: Thu Oct 14, 2021 8:32 pm Mind you, he might be better with a mop for JR’s tears
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He'll be ready for those sweeping bends. :thumbup: