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Isn't Castagna now a 5.00? And would have been a shade over 3 if he'd kept his previous average?

 

Any scenario we now have to accept we've been dealt a poor hand and will ultimately end up with a team weaker than it should have been.

 

That's why it's pointless with all the pre-season predictions in this sport. A team looking like one of the favourites on paper at the start can get ripped apart in the blink of an eye.

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Leaves 5 something to replace Hume if sarj is signed to replace Covatti.

 

I'd personally go with what I've suggested earlier, Nielsen is only covering Wallner so if he was offered a full time place he'd jump at the chance

Leaves 5 something to replace Hume if sarj is signed to replace Covatti.

 

I'd personally go with what I've suggested earlier, Nielsen is only covering Wallner so if he was offered a full time place he'd jump at the chance

 

Stefan has been signed by Scunny as a full time replacement for Wallner so is with Scunny for the rest of the season.

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Isn't Castagna now a 5.00? And would have been a shade over 3 if he'd kept his previous average?

 

His team building average is 4.00 like Fritz Wallner. Jye Etheridge is down as a 4.00 in Berwick's new line up aswell so Paco would come in as a 4.00.

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His team building average is 4.00 like Fritz Wallner. Jye Etheridge is down as a 4.00 in Berwick's new line up aswell so Paco would come in as a 4.00.

which is about double what he actually acheived

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which is about double what he actually acheived

 

Paco was on the verge of a big break through!!

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Who'd be a promoter eh? There is always plenty of speculation when any team makes changes (whether that's through poor form or bad luck)

 

You can be sure of one thing; whatever Chris Louis decides to do, there will be still be a lot of the "shoulda, woulda, coulda" crowd quick to have their say. Of which, naturally, they are entitled to do.

 

Best wishes for a speedy recovery to both Danyon and Nico and hope that they are both personally back to full fitness soon, so that we may enjoy watching them in action again in the near future.

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which is about double what he actually achieved

 

That's why I said there is not a lot of choice available to us to replace Danyon.

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Sedgman would be ideal. For us anyway so he gets more rides. Lol.

 

And try find another 2 pointer

Is Darryl ritchings a 2 pointer

 

or georgie wood

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His team building average is 4.00 like Fritz Wallner. Jye Etheridge is down as a 4.00 in Berwick's new line up aswell so Paco would come in as a 4.00.

4.00 is this years new minimum for foreign riders(used to be 5.00 assessed)

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Could Shanes not be tempted to do the championship? Wouldn't he come in on a 2? Then just try and replace Covatti?

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Maybe a job share at 7 between shanes plus another then Sedgman for Covatti is an option.

 

I'd personally like to see Sarjeant incorporated to somehow ride at no.6

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Hawkins says we're making progress on a replacement for Nico, which will leave 2.4 to replace Hume.

 

Should give a clue as to what rider is lined up..

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