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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-04-2001, 02:22 AM Thread Starter
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European Supermotard champion

The title was decided in the last race of the year which took place in Greece!

Eddie Seel (Husqvarna) is the champion as Van Den Bosch (KTM) didn't manage to reduce the 20 points difference they had since the last race. In fact VDB lost second place in the championship as well from Boris Chambon (Husqvarna) and had to settle with 3rd after some unexpected problems (rear brake failure).

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This is Eddie Seel, the european champion!
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And Van den Bosch...

Picture follows a couple of posts down, sorry for the screw up! (Grok, forum messer-upper!)

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Sweet pics, Aris. Do you know if Boris Chambon is related to Stephan Chambon?
 
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Sweet pics, Aris. Do you know if Boris Chambon is related to Stephan Chambon?
I was thinking exactly the same thing

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Did you take these yourself? They are great!

Championship deciding races are the best to watch, you were lucky to see it in person!

Try it...........You'll like it!

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Oops, I was brightening your image Aris and goofed up here it is

And Van den Bosch...
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Try it...........You'll like it!

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Hi guys,

I didn't take the pictures myself, I got them from http://grandprix.supermotard.gr/

You can see more of these extreme slides there!

Boris is the brother of Stefan, it seems the whole family is succesful!
Boris actually finished the championship 2nd, as he took the win on race2 and left Van Den Bosch 3rd.
Do you remember Stefan in Supermoto a few years ago?
He was the master of slides, now he's sliding his GSXR600 in the same fashion
Here is a pic of him entertaining the crowd

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Hi guys,

I didn't take the pictures myself, I got them from http://grandprix.supermotard.gr/

You can see more of these extreme slides there!

Boris is the brother of Stefan, it seems the whole family is succesful!
Boris actually finished the championship 2nd, as he took the win on race2 and left Van Den Bosch 3rd.
Do you remember Stefan in Supermoto a few years ago?
He was the master of slides, now he's sliding his GSXR600 in the same fashion
Here is a pic of him entertaining the crowd

Aris
That picture is awesome I wish I could do that and not roll all the way over

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I wish I could do that and not roll all the way over
On a supermoto, you probably could!
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On a supermoto, you probably could!
How many of yoou remember Doug Domokos?
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