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haslams in dream land
« on: 02 September 2018, 12:34:41 AM »
Just read a quote by Leon "had every chance in the racing world" Haslam,saying "I've beaten Johny Rea  as many times as he's beaten me" who does he think he's kidding? he will find out like Tom Sykes did what a brilliant rider Rea is and Tom is twice the rider Haslam is,he's been living off the back of his old man's great career for years getting the best rides and making every excuse for his failure.There are some excellent young riders out there who would give anything to have a fraction of the chances he's had,after all this time he's still only won a scooter championship.He'll probably win this years BSB title with Shakey out ,wouldn't bet on it though.
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Re: haslams in dream land
« Reply #1 on: 02 September 2018, 07:08:53 AM »
If he doesn't win BSB this year he will never win.
He is a good rider but seems to crack under pressure.
Johnny Rea has commanded WSB for a while now and will be hard to beat. Yes, Haslam has beaten him before but they weren't on the same bikes.


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Re: haslams in dream land
« Reply #2 on: 14 October 2018, 10:39:02 PM »
Rea is so good its who will be second, come back to win race 2 today whilst dealing with food poisioning, i think haslam is going to struggle but wish him all the best cos hes a brit on the world stage again. Talk of having 3 race weekend, sunday morning sprint race.


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