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s4rkem - 01/05/2011 08:29 AM
#361

Quote:
Original Posted By nyu.nyu.
wah mumpung dingin nih.. sini sini kiss mahos

iya tuh mau jadi donat tp tunggu anakan baru aja sklian nabung dlu malu:


kaskuser donat kaskuser manja

gak ada capcay gak ada seni o

nikmati post demi post secara normal aja om ngakaks

ada donat nempel di salah satu anakan, males pakainya o
nyu.nyu. - 01/05/2011 08:31 AM
#362

Quote:
Original Posted By s4rkem
kaskuser donat kaskuser manja

gak ada capcay gak ada seni o

nikmati post demi post secara normal aja om ngakaks

ada donat nempel di salah satu anakan, males pakainya o


setojoooo..
ga jadi donat ah :cool
rodek - 01/05/2011 08:59 PM
#363

Quote:
Original Posted By nyu.nyu.
klo tim pabrikan ga perlu beli mtor, krn pabrikan yg tanggung
klo satelit bedanya beli motor dari pabrikan,,
yg yg dimaksud ducati itu ducati akan beri paket terbaik dr mereka seperti fasilitas tim pabrikan,, tapiiiiii harus bayar,, hehe p


maka ny disebut tim semi pabrikanDD
Persaten - 03/05/2011 02:28 AM
#364

Battaini testing the 2012 Superbike

Monday, 02 May 2011 10:05 by Ernesto Emmi

Spoiler for isi berita

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2


Franco Battaini has been quite busy lately. After spending three days at Mugello testing the GP11 and GP12 with Vittoriano Guareschi, he then traveled to Estoril for the GP. This morning, however, he left Portugal on an early morning flight bound for Italy, where he will now test the 2012 Superbike at Nardo.

IronFrank won't be riding on the Italian test track's famous high speed ring, but rather the "handling" circuit.

Furthermore, since the test rider was sharing Mugello last week with Max Biaggi's Aprilia, we asked him how the WSBK machine compared to his MotoGP equipment, in light of next year's rule change to allow 1000cc production based engines in GP: "I can only say that he kept right up with us while in our draft... oh, and I was on the GP12!"


http://www.gpone.com/index.php/en/news/37-ultime-news/3558-battaini-a-nardo-con-la-superbike-2012.htm l
greycoke - 03/05/2011 02:57 AM
#365

Kawasaki WSBK Trucks Found Trafficking Drugs?
Posted Mon, May 2nd, 2011 @ 12:46 am, by Jensen Beeler

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for "news"
According to the UK’s Telegraph, the Kawasaki World Superbike trucks of Paul Bird Motorsport were stopped by the UK Border Agency (UKBA), and found drugs and a gun with 35 rounds. Now, we know what you’re thinking, someone forgot to hide their stash, and the media is making a mountain out of a molehill, right?

However crossing by ferry into England, presumably for the Donington Park round, the UKBA allegedly stopped and searched a pair of Kawasaki trucks, finding 157 lbs (71kg) of amphetamine tablets, more than 220 lbs (100kg) of marijuana, and enough cocaine to kill a small elephant (18 lbs/ 8kg).

While the intent to traffic the drugs into the UK hasn’t been established, it is hard to imagine that amount of narcotics going towards someone’s personal use (Charlie Sheen?). Unsurprisingly then, four members of the Paul Bird Motorsport team were arrested, questioned, and later released on bail by the British Police.

The Kawasaki WSBK team is set to go racing in Monza this coming weekend, and so far Paul Bird Motorsport and Kawasaki have not addressed this news, how the drugs could have made it onboard the trucks, and whether the detained team members would be participating in the Italian race weekend.

We expect though that with the pace this story is spreading, a statement will be coming forth shortly. More news as we get it.

Source: Telegraph[/news]


Statement from Paul Bird Motorsports about the Drugs Found in the Kawasaki WBSK Team Trucks
Posted Monday, May 2nd, 2011 @ 9:02 am, by Jensen Beeler

Spoiler for "news"
With news coming out that the Kawasaki World Superbike team that is run by Paul Bird Motorsports had a large amount of cocaine, amphetamines, and marijuana seized from two of the team’s trucks while entering the United Kingdom, Paul Bird Motorsports has released a statement addressing the issue on how such a large quantity of drugs found its way onto the team’s vehicles.

While the team is not sure how the drugs came on-board the team trucks, Paul Bird Motorsports was quick to point out that it was confident that none of its team members were involved, and that no one from the WSBK squad has been detained since the initial seizure. You can read the full press statement after the jump.

Following media speculation, Paul Bird Motorsport can confirm that a quantity of banned substances had been deposited in a race transporter while the vehicle was in Holland attending the recent Assen World Superbike event.

The substances, along with a number of other illegal items, were discovered upon the vehicle’s return to the UK at the port of Dover during a routine examination by HM Customs.

Naturally, the discovery came as a shock to the whole team, including those who were present during the search. The team are confident that no team member has any connection whatsoever with the items discovered. No one has been detained after the time of the search and all team members are able to undertake their normal duties.

There is no suggestion of the Paul Bird Motorsport Team being involved in illegal activities and no other team members have been interviewed following the incident. The team staff present at the time of the search and discovery enjoy the full support and confidence of the team and all involved are determined to offer their full cooperation to HM Customs in their ongoing investigations.

Understandably, the team are now taking stringent measures to increase the security of their vehicles as they travel throughout Europe in future. Despite the personal effect on the team, Paul Bird Motorsport will be attending the next World Superbike event at Monza, Italy at full strength and with a determination to focus on the Championship.

Source: WorldSBK


:matabelo :matabelo
edan dah parah bgt... hammer
ronnyrey - 03/05/2011 11:31 AM
#366

Quote:
Original Posted By greycoke
Kawasaki WSBK Trucks Found Trafficking Drugs?
Posted Mon, May 2nd, 2011 @ 12:46 am, by Jensen Beeler

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2

Spoiler for "news"
According to the UK’s Telegraph, the Kawasaki World Superbike trucks of Paul Bird Motorsport were stopped by the UK Border Agency (UKBA), and found drugs and a gun with 35 rounds. Now, we know what you’re thinking, someone forgot to hide their stash, and the media is making a mountain out of a molehill, right?

However crossing by ferry into England, presumably for the Donington Park round, the UKBA allegedly stopped and searched a pair of Kawasaki trucks, finding 157 lbs (71kg) of amphetamine tablets, more than 220 lbs (100kg) of marijuana, and enough cocaine to kill a small elephant (18 lbs/ 8kg).

While the intent to traffic the drugs into the UK hasn’t been established, it is hard to imagine that amount of narcotics going towards someone’s personal use (Charlie Sheen?). Unsurprisingly then, four members of the Paul Bird Motorsport team were arrested, questioned, and later released on bail by the British Police.

The Kawasaki WSBK team is set to go racing in Monza this coming weekend, and so far Paul Bird Motorsport and Kawasaki have not addressed this news, how the drugs could have made it onboard the trucks, and whether the detained team members would be participating in the Italian race weekend.

We expect though that with the pace this story is spreading, a statement will be coming forth shortly. More news as we get it.

Source: Telegraph[/news]


Statement from Paul Bird Motorsports about the Drugs Found in the Kawasaki WBSK Team Trucks
Posted Monday, May 2nd, 2011 @ 9:02 am, by Jensen Beeler

Spoiler for "news"
With news coming out that the Kawasaki World Superbike team that is run by Paul Bird Motorsports had a large amount of cocaine, amphetamines, and marijuana seized from two of the team’s trucks while entering the United Kingdom, Paul Bird Motorsports has released a statement addressing the issue on how such a large quantity of drugs found its way onto the team’s vehicles.

While the team is not sure how the drugs came on-board the team trucks, Paul Bird Motorsports was quick to point out that it was confident that none of its team members were involved, and that no one from the WSBK squad has been detained since the initial seizure. You can read the full press statement after the jump.

Following media speculation, Paul Bird Motorsport can confirm that a quantity of banned substances had been deposited in a race transporter while the vehicle was in Holland attending the recent Assen World Superbike event.

The substances, along with a number of other illegal items, were discovered upon the vehicle’s return to the UK at the port of Dover during a routine examination by HM Customs.

Naturally, the discovery came as a shock to the whole team, including those who were present during the search. The team are confident that no team member has any connection whatsoever with the items discovered. No one has been detained after the time of the search and all team members are able to undertake their normal duties.

There is no suggestion of the Paul Bird Motorsport Team being involved in illegal activities and no other team members have been interviewed following the incident. The team staff present at the time of the search and discovery enjoy the full support and confidence of the team and all involved are determined to offer their full cooperation to HM Customs in their ongoing investigations.

Understandably, the team are now taking stringent measures to increase the security of their vehicles as they travel throughout Europe in future. Despite the personal effect on the team, Paul Bird Motorsport will be attending the next World Superbike event at Monza, Italy at full strength and with a determination to focus on the Championship.

Source: WorldSBK


:matabelo :matabelo
edan dah parah bgt... hammer


wah kru kawasaki habis make ga di beresin nih barang2nya :nohope
rodek - 03/05/2011 01:47 PM
#367

Quote:
Original Posted By ronnyrey
wah kru kawasaki habis make ga di beresin nih barang2nya :nohope


abis pesta2 ga di rapiinDD
greycoke - 03/05/2011 01:58 PM
#368

100 kilo ganja.. bingung jg kali ngerapiinnya.. hammer:

buat satu musim kali ya.. pantesan sampe skarang lom kliatan prestasinya.. ngeganja mulu.. D
ronnyrey - 03/05/2011 03:37 PM
#369

Quote:
Original Posted By rodek
abis pesta2 ga di rapiinDD


Quote:
Original Posted By greycoke
100 kilo ganja.. bingung jg kali ngerapiinnya.. hammer:

buat satu musim kali ya.. pantesan sampe skarang lom kliatan prestasinya.. ngeganja mulu.. D


sebelum setting motor ngeganja dulu kali gan hammer
Ferdy21 - 03/05/2011 04:03 PM
#370

Pantes aja namanya tim ijo o
Kalo doyan nyabu namanya tim putih.....ngacir:
Persaten - 03/05/2011 04:12 PM
#371

Quote:
Original Posted By Ferdy21
Pantes aja namanya tim ijo o
Kalo doyan nyabu namanya tim putih.....ngacir:


Kalo demen neken namanya tim warna warni......ngacir:
Ferdy21 - 03/05/2011 04:28 PM
#372

ngakak
Pengalaman si om.. ah, paling setelan bodrex satu setrip langsung hammer:

Saya neken dokumen perizinan tebang hutan lindung aja ah supaya ngedadak tajir o

Dah tambah ngelantur neh....ngacir2
rodek - 03/05/2011 05:24 PM
#373

Quote:
Original Posted By ronnyrey
sebelum setting motor ngeganja dulu kali gan hammer


pantes aja motor ny ga ada yg benerDD padahal tuh motor ZX-10R 2011 potensial banget buat ngalahin yg laenDD
huntdee - 03/05/2011 05:51 PM
#374

kacau..... cd

kira2 bisa kena investigasi nga tuh....minimal dari timnya sendiri o

pantesan juga si ijo nga pernah naek podium.....gahar di awal2 aja, pas obatnya abis langsung nge drop shutup:

D

kacau...kacau....
ronnyrey - 03/05/2011 05:52 PM
#375

Quote:
Original Posted By rodek
pantes aja motor ny ga ada yg benerDD padahal tuh motor ZX-10R 2011 potensial banget buat ngalahin yg laenDD


berarti sekarang ketahuan penyebab kawasaki melempem D
huntdee - 03/05/2011 10:34 PM
#376

Paul Bird Motorsports declares innocence in drug affair and will be present at Monza
posted: Monday 02 May 2011 by Toni M.
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
kawsaki racing team

Spoiler for news
The news that a large quantity of drugs and a firearm were found in one of Kawasaki’s World Superbike team truck’s during a custom’s control spread like wildfire yesterday amongst fans and followers after an article published by UK’s The Telegraph.

After a day of speculation, jokes (plenty of those on forums) Paul Bird Motorsports has finally issued an official statement regarding the matter declaring that no member of the team is involved with the alleged trafficking.

“Following media speculation, Paul Bird Motorsport can confirm that a quantity of banned substances had been deposited in a race transporter while the vehicle was in Holland attending the recent Assen World Superbike event.”

The substances, along with a number of other illegal items, were discovered upon the vehicle’s return to the UK at the port of Dover during a routine examination by HM Customs.

Naturally, the discovery came as a shock to the whole team, including those who were present during the search. The team are confident that no team member has any connection whatsoever with the items discovered. No one has been detained after the time of the search and all team members are able to undertake their normal duties.

There is no suggestion of the Paul Bird Motorsport Team being involved in illegal activities and no other team members have been interviewed following the incident. The team staff present at the time of the search and discovery enjoy the full support and confidence of the team and all involved are determined to offer their full cooperation to HM Customs in their ongoing investigations.

Understandably, the team are now taking stringent measures to increase the security of their vehicles as they travel throughout Europe in future. Despite the personal effect on the team, Paul Bird Motorsport will be attending the next World Superbike event at Monza, Italy at full strength and with a determination to focus on the Championship.
greycoke - 04/05/2011 12:31 AM
#377

Quote:
Original Posted By nyu.nyu.
klo tim pabrikan ga perlu beli mtor, krn pabrikan yg tanggung
klo satelit bedanya beli motor dari pabrikan,,
yg yg dimaksud ducati itu ducati akan beri paket terbaik dr mereka seperti fasilitas tim pabrikan,, tapiiiiii harus bayar,, hehe p


jiaahh.. sama aja dong? hammer:
trus bedanya sama taun sebelumnya apa dong? bingungs

Quote:
Original Posted By Ferdy21
Pantes aja namanya tim ijo o
Kalo doyan nyabu namanya tim putih.....ngacir:


ngakak ngakak
Persaten - 04/05/2011 01:53 AM
#378

Next race, livery tim kawasaki harus ditambah gambar ini nih :


Spoiler for legalized it

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2


DDD
CrimsonSmash - 04/05/2011 03:01 AM
#379

wah skandal Ganja neh obrolannya hammer:
s4rkem - 04/05/2011 04:13 AM
#380

Quote:
Original Posted By Persaten
Next race, livery tim kawasaki harus ditambah gambar ini nih :


Spoiler for legalized it

S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2
S3< World Superbike Community 2011 >S3 - Part 2


DDD


RASTAVARA RACING TEAM

ngakak

tapi bagus juga kok o o ngacir:

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untung gak ada race di Singapore, klo sampe pas race disana ketahuan, bisa dihukum mati semuanya tuh hammers
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