2010 Monza WSS QP1 Result - Laverty Bests Surprise Salom

Eugene Laverty continued to top the timesheets in the World Supersport class at Monza, the Parkalgar Honda rider finishing the first session of qualifying on top of the pile. But instead of the usual suspects alongside him, ParkinGO Triumph's David Salom took 2nd spot, putting in a fast lap late in the session to end just over two tenths behind Laverty. With two Kawasakis beside Salom - Motocard.com's Joan Lascorz and Lorenzini by Leoni's Fabien Foret - all three brands contesting the World Supersport class are represented on the provisional front row for Sunday's World Supersport race. Surprisingly, neither of the Ten Kate bikes made it onto the provisional front row, Kenan Sofuoglu finishing 5th just over six tenths behind Laverty, while his teammate Michele Pirro ended 6th, well over a second off the Irishman's pace.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Diff
1 50 E. Laverty Honda CBR600RR 1'48.303  
2 25 D. Salom Triumph Daytona 675 1'48.523 0.220
3 26 J. Lascorz Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'48.663 0.360
4 99 F. Foret Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'48.743 0.440
5 54 K. Sofuoglu Honda CBR600RR 1'48.938 0.635
6 51 M. Pirro Honda CBR600RR 1'49.448 1.145
7 37 K. Fujiwara Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'49.534 1.231
8 14 M. Lagrive Triumph Daytona 675 1'49.620 1.317
9 45 G. Vizziello Honda CBR600RR 1'49.687 1.384
10 55 M. Roccoli Honda CBR600RR 1'50.043 1.740
11 7 C. Davies Triumph Daytona 675 1'50.334 2.031
12 117 M. Praia Honda CBR600RR 1'50.734 2.431
13 4 G. Rea Honda CBR600RR 1'50.807 2.504
14 19 A. Boscoscuro Honda CBR600RR 1'50.857 2.554
15 40 J. DiSalvo Triumph Daytona 675 1'51.071 2.768
16 9 D. Dell'Omo Honda CBR600RR 1'51.481 3.178
17 5 A. Lundh Honda CBR600RR 1'51.787 3.484
18 8 B. Chesaux Honda CBR600RR 1'52.951 4.648
19 127 R. Harms Honda CBR600RR 1'53.182 4.879
20 10 I. Toth Honda CBR600RR 1'55.783 7.480
Round Number: 
5
2010
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very nice start for the season.. it certainly looks promising.. I am a bit disappointed by Bautista though!! but I hope the new comers from 250 will soon glow and make it more entertaining. I think Bautista will do OK this year, bearing in mind that the Suzuki's not that quick. We might have to wait until the European rounds to see the newcomers really get into the groove, though.I always love pages like these Keep the articles progressing !