MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2009 WSBK Qatar Race 2 Results - Desert Double

2009 Qatar World Superbike Round, Race 2 Results: 

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Diff.
1 19 B. Spies USA Yamaha YZF R1  
2 41 N. Haga JPN Ducati 1098R 1.274
3 3 M. Biaggi ITA Aprilia RSV4 1.622
4 9 R. Kiyonari JPN Honda CBR1000RR 1.845
5 66 T. Sykes GBR Yamaha YZF R1 5.117
6 76 M. Neukirchner GER Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 9.512
7 56 S. Nakano JPN Aprilia RSV4 9.514
8 65 J. Rea GBR Honda CBR1000RR 12.621
9 11 T. Corser AUS BMW S1000 RR 13.842
10 111 R. Xaus ESP BMW S1000 RR 13.884
11 91 L. Haslam GBR Honda CBR1000RR 13.888
12 67 S. Byrne GBR Ducati 1098R 14.913
13 7 C. Checa ESP Honda CBR1000RR 15.762
14 55 R. Laconi FRA Ducati 1098R 15.920
15 71 Y. Kagayama JPN Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 19.565
16 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX 10R 21.759
17 96 J. Smrz CZE Ducati 1098R 28.523
18 31 K. Muggeridge AUS Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 40.499
19 24 B. Roberts AUS Ducati 1098R 43.761
20 99 L. Scassa ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 44.669
21 77 V. Iannuzzo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 48.955
22 15 M. Baiocco ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 3 Laps
0 44 R. Rolfo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 1 Lap
0 33 T. Hill GBR Honda CBR1000RR 12 Laps
0 84 M. Fabrizio ITA Ducati 1098R 5 Laps
0 86 A. Badovini ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 17 Laps
0 25 D. Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX 10R 10 Laps

 

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2009 WSS Qatar Race Result - Suprising Winner To Another Thriller

Results of the 2009 Qatar World Supersport race:

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Diff.
1 50 E. Laverty IRL Honda CBR600RR  
2 1 A. Pitt AUS Honda CBR600RR 0.063
3 35 C. Crutchlow GBR Yamaha YZF R6 0.625
4 54 K. Sofuoglu TUR Honda CBR600RR 0.711
5 127 R. Harms DEN Honda CBR600RR 5.200
6 14 M. Lagrive FRA Honda CBR600RR 5.233
7 24 G. McCoy AUS Triumph Daytona 675 9.538
8 55 M. Roccoli ITA Honda CBR600RR 9.551
9 13 A. West AUS Honda CBR600RR 9.616
10 77 B. Veneman NED Suzuki GSX-R600 12.159
11 51 M. Pirro ITA Yamaha YZF R6 15.044
12 117 M. Praia POR Honda CBR600RR 17.611
13 26 J. Lascorz ESP Kawasaki ZX-6R 17.701
14 105 G. Vizziello ITA Honda CBR600RR 19.897
15 8 M. Aitchison AUS Honda CBR600RR 35.382
16 9 D. Dell'Omo ITA Honda CBR600RR 35.701
17 28 A. Vos NED Honda CBR600RR 36.239
18 83 R. Holland AUS Honda CBR600RR 36.406
19 69 G. Nannelli ITA Triumph Daytona 675 40.548
20 5 T. Pradita INA Yamaha YZF R6 58.948
21 88 Y. Guerra ESP Yamaha YZF R6 1'01.386
22 32 F. Lai ITA Honda CBR600RR 1'18.036
23 78 S. Geronimi AUS Suzuki GSX-R600 1'22.281
0 21 K. Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki ZX-6R 4 Laps
0 19 P. Szkopek POL Triumph Daytona 675 17 Laps
0 99 F. Foret FRA Yamaha YZF R6 16 Laps
0 7 P. Vostarek CZE Honda CBR600RR 17 Laps
0 96 M. Smrz CZE Triumph Daytona 675 17 Laps
0 30 J. Gunther GER Honda CBR600RR 5 Laps
0 71 J. Morillas ESP Yamaha YZF R6 17 Laps

 

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2009
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2009 WSBK Qatar Race 1 Results

Full results of Race 1 of the Qatar World Superbike Round: 

 

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Diff.
1 19 B. Spies USA Yamaha YZF R1  
2 41 N. Haga JPN Ducati 1098R 1.893
3 3 M. Biaggi ITA Aprilia RSV4 2.168
4 56 S. Nakano JPN Aprilia RSV4 12.061
5 7 C. Checa ESP Honda CBR1000RR 12.597
6 67 S. Byrne GBR Ducati 1098R 12.971
7 66 T. Sykes GBR Yamaha YZF R1 13.570
8 9 R. Kiyonari JPN Honda CBR1000RR 19.306
9 11 T. Corser AUS BMW S1000 RR 19.388
10 55 R. Laconi FRA Ducati 1098R 20.981
11 91 L. Haslam GBR Honda CBR1000RR 21.164
12 65 J. Rea GBR Honda CBR1000RR 21.994
13 111 R. Xaus ESP BMW S1000 RR 22.917
14 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX 10R 27.218
15 33 T. Hill GBR Honda CBR1000RR 31.602
16 31 K. Muggeridge AUS Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 33.934
17 99 L. Scassa ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 47.496
18 25 D. Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX 10R 47.505
19 15 M. Baiocco ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 59.278
20 77 V. Iannuzzo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 59.295
21 24 B. Roberts AUS Ducati 1098R 59.338
22 71 Y. Kagayama JPN Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 1'04.008
  96 J. Smrz CZE Ducati 1098R 12 Laps
  84 M. Fabrizio ITA Ducati 1098R 11 Laps
  86 A. Badovini ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 8 Laps
  76 M. Neukirchner GER Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 13 Laps
  44 R. Rolfo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 15 Laps

 

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2009 WSBK Qatar Superpole Results - Records Tumble

The second ever running of the new knockout Superpole in World Superbikes saw evidence that the teams had learned the importance that tactics would play in this new format. But it also showed that it was still possible to get it horribly wrong.

For the cutoff at the end of the first session saw some surprising names not make the cut, the biggest of which was Johnny Rea. The Ten Kate Honda man had been right on the pace all weekend, but misjudged what it would take to get through to the second session, and found himself just edged out by Troy Corser on the BMW S1000RR. Corser had had exactly the same thing happen to him at Phillip Island, and wasn't about to make the same mistake twice.

Rea was joined on the sidelines by two more big names: Both Leon Haslam and Max Neukirchner had been on the podium at Phillip Island, yet both the Briton and the German were unable to progress to the next session. Neukirchner has been complaining of a lack of rear grip here in Qatar, and clearly hadn't found a solution for Superpole. Tommy Hill was the last man to fail to make the cut, but as the Althea Honda man had had a big crash in the final free practice session.

Troy Corser may have made it through the first session, the Australian was not so lucky during the second session. He was eliminated along with BMW team mate Ruben Xaus, while the fortunes of the other new manufacturer on the grid were quite different. Max Biaggi led Superpole 2, getting well into the 1'57s to claim an - otherwise meaningless - fastest time of the session.

Ben Spies had clearly chosen to "sit out" the second session, doing just enough to ensure he would progress to the final showdown, after having been quickest in the first session. And Shane Byrne left it until very late in the second session to ensure his progression, using his last lap to secure a spot in the top 8, and a chance to battle for pole. At the fall of the flag, Roberto Rolfo, Michel Fabrizio, Regis Laconi, Ryuichi Kiyonari, Broc Parkes and Yukio Kagayama joined the BMWs of Xaus and Corser in failing to make the cut.

The final session was, as always, a great deal more straightforward. Gone were the tactics, the only thing that mattered was who had a qualifier left and who knew how to use it. At the end of the session, it was the increasingly impressive Ben Spies who took his second pole in a row with a lap of 1'57.280 - a time that would have put him ahead of 10 MotoGP riders at the tests run here under the floodlights last week. Spies just edged out the equally impressive Jakub Smrz on the Guandalini Ducati, who finshed 3/10ths ahead of Max Biaggi, the Aprilia continuing to impress, while Noriyuki Haga overcame the problems that have plagued him all week to grab the final spot on the front row.

Spies' team mate Tom Sykes finished an equally impressive 5th, proving that the brand new Yamaha YZF-R1 has plenty of potential. And Shinya Nakano's 6th spot on the grid reinforces the same for the Aprilia.  Carlos Checa was the only Honda to have made it through to the final qualifying session, and will start from 7th, ahead of Shane Byrne on the Sterilgarda Ducati. But Byrne's mind will mainly be concentrated on finishing, and getting some points on the board, after crashing out of the two races in Australia.

Once racing starts tomorrow, Spies is definitely looking like the man to beat, while Johnny Rea, who could have pushed Spies had he not been knocked out of Superpole early, will have to fight his way through the field to contend for a maiden win. Nori Haga, however, is likely to be travelling in the opposite direction. It is conceivable he managed to disguise a lack of grip with a sticky qualifying tire, which he certainly used to devastating effect. But he will need more than that on race day if he wants to retain his comfortable lead in the championship. At least his current rival for the lead, Max Neukirchner on the Alstare Suzuki, is unlikely to cause Haga much trouble, starting from the 5th row.

We find out for sure on Saturday, when the flag drops, and racing starts for real.

Grid after Superpole

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Time
1 19 B. Spies USA Yamaha YZF R1 1'57.280
2 96 J. Smrz CZE Ducati 1098R 1'57.384
3 3 M. Biaggi ITA Aprilia RSV4 1'57.694
4 41 N. Haga JPN Ducati 1098R 1'57.850
5 66 T. Sykes GBR Yamaha YZF R1 1'57.878
6 56 S. Nakano JPN Aprilia RSV4 1'58.755
7 7 C. Checa ESP Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.090
8 67 S. Byrne GBR Ducati 1098R 2'00.021
9 44 R. Rolfo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 1'58.734
10 84 M. Fabrizio ITA Ducati 1098R 1'58.919
11 55 R. Laconi FRA Ducati 1098R 1'59.044
12 9 R. Kiyonari JPN Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.055
13 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX 10R 1'59.074
14 71 Y. Kagayama JPN Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 1'59.134
15 111 R. Xaus ESP BMW S1000 RR 1'59.435
16 11 T. Corser AUS BMW S1000 RR 1'59.454
17 65 J. Rea GBR Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.713
18 91 L. Haslam GBR Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.882
19 76 M. Neukirchner GER Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 1'59.926
20 33 T. Hill GBR Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.108
21 31 K. Muggeridge AUS Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.738
22 100 M. Tamada JPN Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'00.839
23 25 D. Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.047
24 24 B. Roberts AUS Ducati 1098R 2'01.165
25 77 V. Iannuzzo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 2'01.560
26 86 A. Badovini ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.561
27 99 L. Scassa ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.607
28 15 M. Baiocco ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'02.663

 

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2
2009
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2009 WSBK Qatar FP2 - Again The Texan

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Time
1 19 B. Spies USA Yamaha YZF R1 1'59.064
2 66 T. Sykes GBR Yamaha YZF R1 1'59.374
3 7 C. Checa ESP Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.470
4 9 R. Kiyonari JPN Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.495
5 76 M. Neukirchner GER Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 1'59.519
6 67 S. Byrne GBR Ducati 1098R 1'59.582
7 65 J. Rea GBR Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.605
8 3 M. Biaggi ITA Aprilia RSV4 1'59.636
9 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX 10R 1'59.668
10 96 J. Smrz CZE Ducati 1098R 1'59.958
11 41 N. Haga JPN Ducati 1098R 1'59.969
12 56 S. Nakano JPN Aprilia RSV4 2'00.034
13 84 M. Fabrizio ITA Ducati 1098R 2'00.087
14 111 R. Xaus ESP BMW S1000 RR 2'00.095
15 55 R. Laconi FRA Ducati 1098R 2'00.217
16 11 T. Corser AUS BMW S1000 RR 2'00.261
17 91 L. Haslam GBR Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.327
18 100 M. Tamada JPN Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'00.439
19 33 T. Hill GBR Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.440
20 44 R. Rolfo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.644
21 31 K. Muggeridge AUS Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.803
22 71 Y. Kagayama JPN Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.869
23 86 A. Badovini ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.388
24 99 L. Scassa ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.392
25 24 B. Roberts AUS Ducati 1098R 2'01.419
26 77 V. Iannuzzo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 2'01.914
27 25 D. Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'02.158
28 15 M. Baiocco ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'02.397

 

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2
2009
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2009 WSS Qatar QP2 Results - Crutchlow Claims Pole

If it took Superbike rookie Ben Spies just one race to claim pole, fellow Yamaha rookie Cal Crutchlow took two races to do the same in the Supersport class. The British rider will be starting from the front of the grid on Saturday, in his increasingly impressive debut season. Fellow class rookie Eugene Laverty sits alongside him, just a few hundredths of a second slower than Crutchlow. But the Parkalgar rider is comfortably ahead of the Ten Kate duo of Kenan Sofuoglu and Andrew Pitt.

Crutchlow's Yamaha team mate Fabien Foret heads up the second row of the grid, while Gianluca Nannelli is the first Triumph rider, two spots ahead of team mate Garry McCoy. After a strong debut at his home track of Phillip Island, Ant West is way down the grid in 12th, just ahead of the first Kawasaki of Katsuaki Fujiwara, who will start two places ahead of his team mate Joan Lascorz, who had such a strong start to the weekend, finishing the first free practice session at the top of the timesheets.

Whether the big gaps in the timesheets translate into big gaps in the race remains to be seen. The Supersport class remains ultracompetitive, and come race day, it could be a lot closer than the starting grid suggests.

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Time
1 35 C. Crutchlow GBR Yamaha YZF R6 2'01.586
2 50 E. Laverty IRL Honda CBR600RR 2'01.629
3 54 K. Sofuoglu TUR Honda CBR600RR 2'01.810
4 1 A. Pitt AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'02.266
5 99 F. Foret FRA Yamaha YZF R6 2'02.282
6 14 M. Lagrive FRA Honda CBR600RR 2'02.450
7 69 G. Nannelli ITA Triumph Daytona 675 2'02.497
8 127 R. Harms DEN Honda CBR600RR 2'02.592
9 24 G. McCoy AUS Triumph Daytona 675 2'02.634
10 8 M. Aitchison AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'02.656
11 51 M. Pirro ITA Yamaha YZF R6 2'02.664
12 13 A. West AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'02.808
13 21 K. Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki ZX-6R 2'02.844
14 117 M. Praia POR Honda CBR600RR 2'03.098
15 26 J. Lascorz ESP Kawasaki ZX-6R 2'03.111
16 19 P. Szkopek POL Triumph Daytona 675 2'03.163
17 55 M. Roccoli ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'03.178
18 77 B. Veneman NED Suzuki GSX-R600 2'03.215
19 105 G. Vizziello ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'03.507
20 30 J. Gunther GER Honda CBR600RR 2'03.703
21 9 D. Dell'Omo ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'03.829
22 7 P. Vostarek CZE Honda CBR600RR 2'03.942
23 28 A. Vos NED Honda CBR600RR 2'03.951
24 83 R. Holland AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'04.333
25 96 M. Smrz CZE Triumph Daytona 675 2'04.504
26 71 J. Morillas ESP Yamaha YZF R6 2'04.710
27 32 F. Lai ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'04.988
28 5 T. Pradita INA Yamaha YZF R6 2'05.234
29 88 Y. Guerra ESP Yamaha YZF R6 2'05.565
30 78 S. Geronimi AUS Suzuki GSX-R600 2'06.803

 

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2
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2009 WSBK Qatar QP2 Result - Spies Keeps It Coming

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Time
1 19 B. Spies USA Yamaha YZF R1 1'58.886
2 65 J. Rea GBR Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.177
3 3 M. Biaggi ITA Aprilia RSV4 1'59.499
4 66 T. Sykes GBR Yamaha YZF R1 1'59.632
5 7 C. Checa ESP Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.731
6 96 J. Smrz CZE Ducati 1098R 1'59.755
7 84 M. Fabrizio ITA Ducati 1098R 1'59.812
8 67 S. Byrne GBR Ducati 1098R 1'59.821
9 9 R. Kiyonari JPN Honda CBR1000RR 1'59.937
10 11 T. Corser AUS BMW S1000 RR 1'59.954
11 23 B. Parkes AUS Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'00.012
12 91 L. Haslam GBR Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.117
13 55 R. Laconi FRA Ducati 1098R 2'00.193
14 56 S. Nakano JPN Aprilia RSV4 2'00.238
15 41 N. Haga JPN Ducati 1098R 2'00.254
16 71 Y. Kagayama JPN Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.264
17 76 M. Neukirchner GER Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.345
18 44 R. Rolfo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.374
19 33 T. Hill GBR Honda CBR1000RR 2'00.390
20 111 R. Xaus ESP BMW S1000 RR 2'00.480
21 31 K. Muggeridge AUS Suzuki GSX-R 1000 K9 2'00.738
22 100 M. Tamada JPN Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'00.839
23 25 D. Salom ESP Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.047
24 24 B. Roberts AUS Ducati 1098R 2'01.165
25 77 V. Iannuzzo ITA Honda CBR1000RR 2'01.560
26 86 A. Badovini ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.561
27 99 L. Scassa ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'01.607
28 15 M. Baiocco ITA Kawasaki ZX 10R 2'02.663

 

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2009 WSS Qatar FP2 Result - Crutchlow Consolidates

Pos. No. Rider Country Bike Time
1 35 C. Crutchlow GBR Yamaha YZF R6 2'02.442
2 1 A. Pitt AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'02.501
3 54 K. Sofuoglu TUR Honda CBR600RR 2'02.557
4 26 J. Lascorz ESP Kawasaki ZX-6R 2'02.792
5 127 R. Harms DEN Honda CBR600RR 2'02.891
6 13 A. West AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'02.982
7 99 F. Foret FRA Yamaha YZF R6 2'02.988
8 24 G. McCoy AUS Triumph Daytona 675 2'03.063
9 8 M. Aitchison AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'03.233
10 50 E. Laverty IRL Honda CBR600RR 2'03.431
11 14 M. Lagrive FRA Honda CBR600RR 2'03.577
12 77 B. Veneman NED Suzuki GSX-R600 2'03.667
13 51 M. Pirro ITA Yamaha YZF R6 2'03.781
14 55 M. Roccoli ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'03.898
15 69 G. Nannelli ITA Triumph Daytona 675 2'03.953
16 117 M. Praia POR Honda CBR600RR 2'04.011
17 30 J. Gunther GER Honda CBR600RR 2'04.039
18 96 M. Smrz CZE Triumph Daytona 675 2'04.148
19 19 P. Szkopek POL Triumph Daytona 675 2'04.227
20 21 K. Fujiwara JPN Kawasaki ZX-6R 2'04.230
21 105 G. Vizziello ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'04.551
22 7 P. Vostarek CZE Honda CBR600RR 2'04.737
23 28 A. Vos NED Honda CBR600RR 2'04.822
24 83 R. Holland AUS Honda CBR600RR 2'05.087
25 9 D. Dell'Omo ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'05.231
26 71 J. Morillas ESP Yamaha YZF R6 2'05.741
27 5 T. Pradita INA Yamaha YZF R6 2'05.831
28 32 F. Lai ITA Honda CBR600RR 2'06.189
29 88 Y. Guerra ESP Yamaha YZF R6 2'06.355
30 78 S. Geronimi AUS Suzuki GSX-R600 2'08.616

 

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2009 WSBK Qatar QP1 Result - A Texan Rampages Through The Desert

After Yamaha snatched provisional pole in the World Supersport qualifying, the factory put on a repeat in the first session of qualifying for World Superbikes. Rookie Ben Spies dominated the session, leading almost throughout, and confirming the Texan's form from Phillip Island. Ten Kate Honda have overcome their poor from from Australia, and their unhappy memories of last year, with Johnny Rea taking second place, ahead of team mate Carlos Checa in third, while Ryuichi Kiyonari, who was quick for most of the session, was eventually edged into 5th by Max Biaggi on the Aprilia.

The day was much less happy for Ducati. The factory team struggled all day, with Michel Fabrizio fastest in 8th, while Nori Haga is way down in 11th spot. Rubbing their noses in it are the two privateer bikes of Shakey Byrne and Jakub Smrz, both ahead of Fabrizio, while Haga also has Regis Laconi ahead of him.

Max Neukirchner, the man who tore up this morning's practice, finished the afternoon down in 13th, and well off the pace. He has a chance to redeem himself tomorrow, along with the rest of the field, when the twenty fastest riders go through to the afternoon's Superpole session.

Pos.No.RiderCountryBikeTime
119B. SpiesUSAYamaha YZF R11'58.886
265J. ReaGBRHonda CBR1000RR1'59.177
37C. ChecaESPHonda CBR1000RR1'59.731
43M. BiaggiITAAprilia RSV41'59.826
59R. KiyonariJPNHonda CBR1000RR1'59.937
667S. ByrneGBRDucati 1098R1'59.980
796J. SmrzCZEDucati 1098R2'00.024
884M. FabrizioITADucati 1098R2'00.101
955R. LaconiFRADucati 1098R2'00.232
1056S. NakanoJPNAprilia RSV42'00.238
1141N. HagaJPNDucati 1098R2'00.254
1266T. SykesGBRYamaha YZF R12'00.283
1376M. NeukirchnerGERSuzuki GSX-R 1000 K92'00.345
1444R. RolfoITAHonda CBR1000RR2'00.374
1571Y. KagayamaJPNSuzuki GSX-R 1000 K92'00.398
1611T. CorserAUSBMW S1000 RR2'00.455
17111R. XausESPBMW S1000 RR2'00.610
1823B. ParkesAUSKawasaki ZX 10R2'00.769
1991L. HaslamGBRHonda CBR1000RR2'00.799
20100M. TamadaJPNKawasaki ZX 10R2'01.222
2131K. MuggeridgeAUSSuzuki GSX-R 1000 K92'01.224
2233T. HillGBRHonda CBR1000RR2'01.336
2325D. SalomESPKawasaki ZX 10R2'01.464
2477V. IannuzzoITAHonda CBR1000RR2'01.560
2599L. ScassaITAKawasaki ZX 10R2'01.607
2624B. RobertsAUSDucati 1098R2'01.779
2786A. BadoviniITAKawasaki ZX 10R2'02.272
2815M. BaioccoITAKawasaki ZX 10R2'02.917

 

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2009 WSS Qatar QP1 Result - Crutchlow Leads Yamaha Charge

Cal Crutchlow is on provisional pole for the second World Supersport race at Qatar. Crutchlow finally prevailed after a long battle with Kenan Sofuoglu, the Briton's Yamaha team mate Fabien Foret taking second place ahead of the Ten Kate Honda man.

Joan Lascorz spent much of the session near the top of the timesheets, dropping to 6th in the final few minutes. Likewise, Parkalgar Honda's Miguel Praia was very competitive, dropping in and out of the top 3, only to tumble down to 14th toward the end of the session. Praia's team mate Eugene Laverty took the opposite path, languishing in the bottom half of the field in the first half of the session, only to shoot up to 7th at the end.

Practice continues tomorrow, and the grid will be finalized in the second qualifying practice session on Friday afternoon.

Pos.No.RiderCountryBikeTime
135C. CrutchlowGBRYamaha YZF R62'02.634
299F. ForetFRAYamaha YZF R62'02.772
354K. SofuogluTURHonda CBR600RR2'02.883
414M. LagriveFRAHonda CBR600RR2'02.950
58M. AitchisonAUSHonda CBR600RR2'03.065
626J. LascorzESPKawasaki ZX-6R2'03.111
750E. LavertyIRLHonda CBR600RR2'03.114
824G. McCoyAUSTriumph Daytona 6752'03.177
913A. WestAUSHonda CBR600RR2'03.253
101A. PittAUSHonda CBR600RR2'03.282
1169G. NannelliITATriumph Daytona 6752'03.374
1251M. PirroITAYamaha YZF R62'03.400
13127R. HarmsDENHonda CBR600RR2'03.405
14117M. PraiaPORHonda CBR600RR2'03.410
1577B. VenemanNEDSuzuki GSX-R6002'03.560
1621K. FujiwaraJPNKawasaki ZX-6R2'04.226
1719P. SzkopekPOLTriumph Daytona 6752'04.276
18105G. VizzielloITAHonda CBR600RR2'04.326
1930J. GuntherGERHonda CBR600RR2'04.465
2096M. SmrzCZETriumph Daytona 6752'04.504
2128A. VosNEDHonda CBR600RR2'04.778
2255M. RoccoliITAHonda CBR600RR2'04.820
237P. VostarekCZEHonda CBR600RR2'05.082
2483R. HollandAUSHonda CBR600RR2'05.158
255T. PraditaINAYamaha YZF R62'05.511
269D. Dell'OmoITAHonda CBR600RR2'05.740
2732F. LaiITAHonda CBR600RR2'06.562
2871J. MorillasESPYamaha YZF R62'06.847
2988Y. GuerraESPYamaha YZF R62'07.154
3078S. GeronimiAUSSuzuki GSX-R6002'08.973

 

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