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Speed is airing WSBK right now

It's on agin,the race from this morning if you missed it.

I didn't but i'm watching it agin just because i'm that way.

Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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Yeah Haga is kicking butt



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On a side note,I met a guy today that was stationed in Italy and he owns a Duck.

He got to do a track day over there when they had one of their Duck days.

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On a side note,I met a guy today that was stationed in Italy and he owns a Duck.

He got to do a track day over there when they had one of their Duck days.
that must have been an exp



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He said there was nothing else like it and he's from California and has ridden at laguna.

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That is some awesome racing the comentators are just as exciting as the racers



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I love WSBK

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that last lap was the shiz nit

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Nice last second move by Fabrizio!
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Did u guys see tha last charge 3 wide to the finish line
that was just wicked



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haga is ahhhh berry happy.........he didn't get caught up in tha 3 wide group and crash

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just great racing man Brands Hatch next



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I wish they would air the supersport.In fact,they should give us a whole day of racing.

All of AMA,WSBK and 125,250,990/800 every sunday.

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The thing about WSBK is,almost every racer there has the ability to win at any race.

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I wish they would air the supersport.In fact,they should give us a whole day of racing.

All of AMA,WSBK and 125,250,990/800 every sunday.
That is evrey one's dream but i do not think it will ever happen
not with Speed Channel running the show



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Here's a thought,we could convince the nascar fans to boycot speed for a week if speed doesn't give us a whole day.

Now I just need to figure out how to do that.I've been up north so long I'm not sure if I can still talk redneck

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Here's a thought,we could convince the nascar fans to boycot speed for a week if speed doesn't give us a whole day.

Now I just need to figure out how to do that.I've been up north so long I'm not sure if I can still talk redneck
You would have a better chance of running for president and winning
than talking to Nascar fans about boycoting their only sport



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Once I become the Prez,I can glue on a bunch of back hair and shave the #3 into it then.............Then they will listen

VOTE BUBBA FOR PRESIDENT

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