The Opposite of Sportsmanship

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  1. Sterling

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    Wow... Hope he got kicked out of that club.
     
  3. DEFBOY35

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    unreal! lets just go throw ourselves onto the middle of the track and hope for the best!
    i didnt watch long enough to see if he got what he deserved though.
     
  4. Michelin Man

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    That's hilarious.. OMG :eek:
     
  5. sand.man

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    Someone just posted this on another forum:


    http://www.wheels.ca/news/insider-re...ootball-style/

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    Whenever motorcycle racers compete in the rain, the only certainty is that a lot of them will fall off during the course of a race. Because the rain keeps them moving relatively slowly, there usually aren’t any injuries and the riders often get right back on and keep going. Earlier this month, the Gaucho Motorbike GP series was at Santa Cruz du Sol in Brazil when a racer made a rather bizarre decision.

    During the 250 cc race, a rider named Marlinton Teixeira took a bit of a spill. Nothing strange there, until Teixeira, who is known around the track as Kalunga, attempted to remount his bike but discovered it was too damaged to ride. At this point, Kalunga runs across the track and throws himself across the racing line in an attempt to have the race red flagged.

    Kalunga apparently was not aware of the technological development of video. His entire stage show was caught on camera, which was shared with the Brazilian officials. The Gaucho Motorcycling Federation has banned the rider from the series and has forwarded the video to their national organization in the hopes of banning him from all racing in Brazil.
     
  6. RockThePylon

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    Bahahaha. That was ridiculous!
     

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