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Millencolin 06-10-2001 02:24 PM

Re: World Superbike race two
 
Hey thanks guys, i really appreciate the way you're handling the Headlines and summaries for the races (not revealing the winners). Seriously i mean... no sarcasm (sometimes it's hard to tell online)





btw, something seems to be wrong with this page... it's like 3 times the width of my screen...

BammBamm 06-10-2001 04:08 PM

Re: World Superbike race two
 
I agree, thanks for keeping the results out of the title.



What happened to Bostrom? I think he needs a girlfriend to teach him to ride in the wet.

blademan 06-10-2001 07:15 PM

Re: World Superbike race two
 
Colin was on fire today but he botched the start. If his start was just a little better, he would have won again in race 2. Bayliss has been fortunate to not have any real mechanical issues this season. The Sp2 had difficulty in the beginning with the motor or Colin and Bayliss would be much closer in points. This will be similar to a major league baseball division for Edwards. He will have to win a race or two and Bayliss will have to finish in the back of the pack and definitely off the rostrum for Edwards to take a firm hold on the championship. One thing is for certain, Edwards wants it badly. Now that the second half of the season is here, its going to get interesting.........

das 06-11-2001 09:29 AM

Re: World Superbike race two
 
In my best AOL-user impersonation: Me too!



A general thanks for the timely race coverage, and specific thanks for doing the headlines the right way.


cranx 06-11-2001 11:08 AM

Re: World Superbike race two
 
Well, maybe. Bayliss was setting fastest laps in the wet. It is a shame that Edwards got off to a slow start, though. Then again, you could say the same for Bayliss in race 1: he was setting fastest laps in the dry, too, and if his start had been better he might have beaten Edwards. Great race, though, at least for the top 2 places.


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