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Discussion in 'General' started by Chip, Oct 2, 2011.

  1. Chip

    Chip Registered

    Chaz Davies - 2011 World Supersport Champion.



    That is bad ass and nobody deserves it more.....:beer:
  2. Thistle

    Thistle Well-Known Member

    Agreed. Awesome job for a class act guy.:beer:
  3. AndyR1

    AndyR1 Well-Known Member

    Sweet! That will look really good on his MotoGP resume.
  4. KILLA1

    KILLA1 Orange Suzuki = MY HERO

    Congrats Chaz!!! :up:
  5. scott65

    scott65 Well-Known Member

    :up: :up: two thumbs up !! :beer:
  6. Hammer 4

    Hammer 4 Can't Touch This

    Sweet!!!... Congratz to Chaz, very well deserved..:up: :beer::beer:
  7. chase2000gt

    chase2000gt Well-Known Member

    Makes you wonder why he didn't do better in AMA... Did he ever flat-out win a race? Either way, pretty cool!
  8. John29

    John29 Road racing since 1973

    He won the Daytona 200 on an Attack Kawasaki in 2008.

    Do not underestimate the influence of spec tires, vs. a few teams getting better tires than other teams.

    Martin Cardenas won 0 races in 2008, 7 races in 2009, 9 races in 2010. 2008 was the last year of open tire warfare in AMA Pro; starting in 2009, AMA Pro ran spec tires, which made a huge difference.

    World Supersport is a spec tire class.

    Chaz Davies, 2011 Supersport World Champion!
  9. sk8rat

    sk8rat Well-Known Member

    Its been good watching him kill it this year.Hope he gets that sbk ride
  10. Chip

    Chip Registered

  11. TakeItApart

    TakeItApart Oops!

    Way to go Chaz!
  12. Gigantic

    Gigantic Maverick Moto Media

  13. ekraft84

    ekraft84 Registered User

    Congrats Chaz!

  14. caferace

    caferace No.

    He already has a MotoGP resume. :)

  15. svtinker

    svtinker Well-Known Member

    Dunlop sold our endurance team an AMA spec front tire for an 6 hour race at TWS about 10 years ago. They quickly realized their mistake and showed up at hot pit to get it back. It not only lasted the entire race but left the riders gushing over the incredible grip.

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