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  1. It's called realism when you are paying the bills.
  2. Terrible start to the meeting with David Pye, after a great gate, losing it and being hit by Gavin Parr and Dale Pate injured laying it down. Thankfully David was OK, but his bike wasn't, so he had to leave the meeting. Gavin changed a bent wheel, and Dale is off to hospital this morning for a nuts examination. One airfence panel burst. The meeting continued with only 2 500 riders, Josh getting the advantage each time over Gavin. Great maximum from Archie once again, being left at the gate in his third ride, he had to weave his way past all three riders eventually getting past Elliott after a hard chase on the last lap and Elliott leaving him room to pass around the boards. Fair riding by Elliott, who had suffered some mechanical problems and went out on borrowed bikes. Interesting little battles between Alex and Danny in their last two races. A good competative meeting between two equal sides, pity about the injuries.
  3. RIP Ivan Mauger OBE

    Don't mention Eileen. Come on.
  4. That's shocking. Rob needs to be called to explain his position if that is all true. Obviously could not have done any good to himself or Scunny.
  5. Redcar 2018

    Thanks for your admission that it is all hot air.
  6. Well they weren't last week when they beat the all dominating Glasgow Tigers. Course they could have been riding against a better gating side last night, it happens.
  7. Charlie Webster - Malaria

    Oh dear. Getting comments like that from orion and being liked by the squeaky clean Midland Red.
  8. No Pipjer was a Monarch and I think he had a spell at Glasgow. Used to be a good fast rider but really disappointed with him on Thursday at reserve. Think we have used him as a guest not so long ago. Tomorrow we will see if Mikkel was just a flash in the pan on Thursday, or if he is better that our old asset Jonas.
  9. is that the Ipswich that got beat at home tonight ? You are right about Kus but Barker still scores well, and a lot will depend on both Andersen's and Busch. Pijper the odd one.
  10. The best rider I ever saw at Lakeside was Joonas Klymakorpi who rode incredible race lines which others had never thought of or couldn't get away with. Lakeside can produce some great meetings when riders don't thrash the throttle. Is coming out of the second bend still a lottery for some ?
  11. Charlie Webster - Malaria

    Do you every have the brains to read about what you comment on. The first court found Ched guilty, but a high paid lawyer paid for by a rich daddy got him off. The girl was pissed and being carried. She went to the Police the following day to report a lost purse, and when they heard the circumstances they told her she had been raped. Stick to your Whoosh as its the only thing your post worthy reading . More crap from you.
  12. Well that was a surprise. Had some luck with Doolans score, but that could be cancelled out by Luddes problems. This was Ash's best meeting for us ever, and not really on his normal shape of track, but he is really looking good this year especially when you add in how he started at Redcar. Makes tomorrows meeting at Brough more interesting, and don't forget we also have a NJL meeting between the same teams so don't forget to stay behind and watch their meeting with two even teams. homer No comment on Redcar's result and performance at Lakeside last night ?
  13. Redcar "Cubs" v Newcastle "Gems" scorecard. A good competitive first meeting of the season for both clubs. Kyran Lyden replaced Cubs regular Alex Goldsbrough who was ill on the day. Two special maximum men in Gavin Parr in the 500's and Archie Freeman in the 125/150 class. Pity that the machine problems of the Gems No 1 Josh probably cost the Gems a possible away victory. Good advert for the NJL.
  14. Charlie Webster - Malaria

    Sneaking into a hotel illegally, and jumping on after your mate with a female not fit to defend herself, is alright in your eyes is it. Specsavers for you then. Some of us have higher, or just have, some morals unlike some.
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