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2009 World Superbikes Misano Race 2 Result - Three Man Battle To Last Corner

Results and synopsis of World Superbikes Race 2 at Misano:

Johnny Rea took his maiden victory in World Superbikes today, holding off a pair of charging Ducatis to take victory. Rea, Michel Fabrizio and Noriyuki Haga all got away early, and all three riders swapped places continuously. Fabrizio passed for the lead with 8 laps to go, but Rea took the lead back in the first corner of the last lap, then held Fabrizio and Haga off for the win.

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2009 World Supersport Misano Race Red-Flagged - Part 1 Results

Results of the red-flagged first part of the World Supersport race at Misano:

Cal Crutchlow had just taken over the lead from Eugene Laverty when the race was red-flagged. Kenan Sofuoglu crashed going into Turn 1, and his sliding bike spilled some fluids onto the track, causing a bunch of other riders to crash.

The race is due to be restarted, and the result decided by aggregate.

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2009 World Superbikes Misano Race 1 Result - First Flag-To-Flag Race Sees Surprise Podium

Results and synopsis of World Superbike Race 1 at Misano:

Ben Spies added his name to the record books once again after winning the first ever flag-to-flag race run in World Superbikes. The race started out on a wet track, the rain having stopped, with the sun breaking out from behind the clouds in the second half of the race.

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2009 World Superbikes Misano Superpole - Updated

Superpole 1

Johnny Rea set an early quick lap, 1'36.054 one of the fastest laps of the weekend so far. He led the first session from Jakub Smrz and Ben Spies and Troy Corser.

Ryuichi Kiyonari looked like being knocked out, but the Honda man put in a couple of fast laps to lift himself out of the danger zone. Gregorio Lavilla looked like saving himself from being knocked out, but fast laps by Ruben Xaus and Shane Byrne pushed him out of Superpole. 

Riders out after Superpole 1: Gregorio Lavilla, Yukio Kagayama, Broc Parkes, Jamie Hacking,

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2009 World Supersport Misano QP Result - Damp Session Throws Up Pole Surprise

Results and summary of Qualifying for the World Supersport class at Misano:

Michele Pirro claimed pole for tomorrow's World Supersport race at Misano, after a mixture of wet and dry conditions threw the session into disarray. The session started out wet, with all the riders taking to the track, but within a couple of minutes the rain started coming down heavier, and most people headed fr the pits.

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2009 World Superbikes Misano QP2 Result - Rain Leaves Times Unchanged

The rain which had threatened during the World Supersport practice finally started to fall, leaving the track fairly deserted for the most part. Any time set during this session would make no difference for Superpole.

A few brave souls chose to put in a fair number of laps, however, and Troy Corser was the rider among their number who was fastest. The BMW rider was not the only surprise at the top of the wet timesheets: Pedercini Kawasaki's Luca Scassa, a rider who normally doesn't make it into Superpole, was 2nd, ahead of Kawasaki stand-in Jamie Hacking.

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2009 World Supersport Misano FP2 Result - Crutchlow Beats Out Pirro

Yamaha's Cal Crutchlow set the fastest time during this morning's second session of free practice for the World Supersport class, held under a dark and threatening sky. Crutchlow finished ahead of Italian rider Michele Pirro on the Lorenzini By Leoni Yamaha, who was in turn quicker than the Parkalgar Honda of Eugene Laverty.

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