2010 Nurburgring World Supersport Race Results - Duel To The Line Spices Up Title Race

Pos No. Rider Country Bike Diff
1 50 E. Laverty IRL Honda CBR600RR  
2 54 K. Sofuoglu TUR Honda CBR600RR 5.072
3 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX-6R 15.890
4 99 F. Foret FRA Kawasaki ZX-6R 16.911
5 7 C. Davies GBR Triumph Daytona 675 28.380
6 25 D. Salom ESP Triumph Daytona 675 28.495
7 55 M. Roccoli ITA Honda CBR600RR 28.578
8 51 M. Pirro ITA Honda CBR600RR 28.787
9 44 R. Tamburini ITA Yamaha YZF R6 1'02.199
10 9 D. Dell'Omo ITA Honda CBR600RR 1'19.432
11 127 R. Harms DEN Honda CBR600RR 1'24.011
12 21 C. Iddon GBR Honda CBR600RR 1'30.504
13 117 M. Praia POR Honda CBR600RR 1'51.319
14 10 I. Toth HUN Honda CBR600RR 1 Lap
RET 37 K. Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki ZX-6R 9 Laps
RET 14 M. Lagrive FRA Triumph Daytona 675 9 Laps
RET 31 V. Iannuzzo ITA Triumph Daytona 675 12 Laps
RET 34 R. Quarmby RSA Honda CBR600RR 12 Laps
RET 8 B. Chesaux SUI Honda CBR600RR 14 Laps
RET 18 M. Aitchison AUS Honda CBR600RR 18 Laps
EX 4 G. Rea GBR Honda CBR600RR  

 

N. 4 (Gino Rea) is excluded for non conformity to technical regulations

Round Number: 
11
2010
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Has anyone seen an explanation on the exclusion of Gino Rea after his fantastic race long battle with Laverty? So far nothing on the official website, not even a line...
It's odd but it seems to me that these last couple of years SSP has been the category where we have seen many enquiries and exclusions due to non conformity, much more than in SBK or Grand Prix Racing.
There has been some issues in STK as well but would there be a reason teams would cheat (intentionnaly or not) more in SSP than SBK?

Apparently, this is all about a idle control valve.
Intermoto may appeal the decision since, according to them, lots of teams have been (and still are) using this kind of part.
It should be noted that this decision could be decisive for the world supersport championship since the best result of both Gino Rea and his Intermoto team is the difference between a 12 points and a 8 points lead for Sofuoglu over Laverty, meaning the turk rider could finish second in the last 2 races and still be crowned if the decision is confirmed.

http://www.crash.net/world+superbikes/news/163062/1/wss_intermoto_consid...