MotoGP Race And Practice Results

2017 Assen Moto3 FP2 Result: Martin Reclaims Top Spot

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The lightweight class dodged the threat of rain for their second practice session and even enjoyed a few extra degrees in temperature. Less enjoyable was the wind that picked up slightly, but with the prospect of rain on Saturday, the Moto3 riders had to make the most of their time on track today.

Championship leader Joan Mir led the first half of the session, before a mid-session lull set in. That period was only brief, Aron Canet breaking the silence before some of the usual contenders challenged Mir’s time.

Despite several cancelled laps for adventures outside track limits, Jorge Martin reminded us that he’s the one-lap expert in the field, the Spaniard posting the fastest time just as a few drops of rain decided to fall in the final two minutes.

Canet also saw his name at the top of the timesheets but it was rather brief, until Race Direction saw him completely cutting across the final chicane. Nonetheless, a second position less than two tenths down on Martin was good enough.

Mir dropped back to third spot, a little over half a second down on Martin. Fabio di Giannantonio was a welcome improver, the Italian making the jump from outside the top twenty in the first half of the session up to fourth position in the end.

Marcos Ramirez carried the flag for the Platinum Bay Real Estate team this time around in fifth, followed by Assen enthusiast Enea Bastianini in sixth. Romano Fenati sneaked between some irregular top ten features, Ayumu Sasaki and Jules Danilo in seventh, respectively ninth. The top ten was completed by home favourite, Bo Bendsneyder.

John McPhee, Nicolo Bulega, Niccolo Antonelli, Juanfran Guevara and Andrea Migno were, uncharacteristically, outside the top twenty.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 88 Jorge MARTIN Honda 1'42.414    
2 44 Aron CANET Honda 1'42.593 0.179 0.179
3 36 Joan MIR Honda 1'42.919 0.505 0.326
4 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda 1'42.961 0.547 0.042
5 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM 1'42.977 0.563 0.016
6 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 1'43.009 0.595 0.032
7 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 1'43.023 0.609 0.014
8 5 Romano FENATI Honda 1'43.075 0.661 0.052
9 95 Jules DANILO Honda 1'43.253 0.839 0.178
10 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM 1'43.282 0.868 0.029
11 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM 1'43.297 0.883 0.015
12 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 1'43.533 1.119 0.236
13 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 1'43.556 1.142 0.023
14 11 Livio LOI Honda 1'43.615 1.201 0.059
15 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 1'43.620 1.206 0.005
16 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 1'43.721 1.307 0.101
17 40 Darryn BINDER KTM 1'43.729 1.315 0.008
18 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 1'43.763 1.349 0.034
19 6 Maria HERRERA KTM 1'43.874 1.460 0.111
20 17 John MCPHEE Honda 1'43.896 1.482 0.022
21 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM 1'43.914 1.500 0.018
22 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI KTM 1'43.943 1.529 0.029
23 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM 1'44.067 1.653 0.124
24 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'44.214 1.800 0.147
25 96 Manuel PAGLIANI Mahindra 1'44.231 1.817 0.017
26 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Peugeot 1'44.245 1.831 0.014
27 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Mahindra 1'44.330 1.916 0.085
28 12 Marco BEZZECCHI Mahindra 1'44.752 2.338 0.422
29 31 Raul FERNANDEZ Mahindra 1'44.757 2.343 0.005
30 4 Patrik PULKKINEN Peugeot 1'45.448 3.034 0.691
31 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda 1'46.034 3.620 0.586
32 28 Ryan VAN DE LAGEMAAT KTM 1'48.156 5.742 2.122

 

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2017 Assen Moto2 FP1 Result: Luthi Leads Nakagami

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Things were slowly heating up despite the clouds in Assen, but the action in the intermediate class did not see many surprises. Tom Luthi grabbed the lead early in the session and never let it go, his reign at the top of the timesheets as big as three tenths of a second.

Takaaki Nakagami chipped away at that gap late in the session to go second. Miguel Oliveira had a better start to his weekend in the Netherlands, the Portuguese rider finishing third in the session. The last man within three tenths of a second off Luthi was Marcel Schrotter, the Dynavolt rider taking fourth spot from championship leader Franco Morbidelli on the final lap.

Morbidelli had to settle for fifth, almost half a second down on the leader and two tenths ahead of Lorenzo Baldassarri in sixth position. Axel Pons was seventh, only two thousandths of a second behind the Italian.

Alex Marquez started the morning session with a spill in turn sixteen, while on a fast lap. With the bike taking quite a few tumbles, the Spaniard could only return to the track in the final ten minutes and did well to recover an eighth position by the end of FP1.

The top ten was completed by Xavier Simeon and Hafizh Syahrin, with Mattia Pasini close behind them. Pecco Bagnaia had a fast crash in turn one in the final minutes, which meant he could not improve on seventeenth spot.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 12 Thomas LUTHI Kalex 1'38.492    
2 30 Takaaki NAKAGAMI Kalex 1'38.737 0.245 0.245
3 44 Miguel OLIVEIRA KTM 1'38.783 0.291 0.046
4 23 Marcel SCHROTTER Suter 1'38.784 0.292 0.001
5 21 Franco MORBIDELLI Kalex 1'38.942 0.450 0.158
6 7 Lorenzo BALDASSARRI Kalex 1'39.189 0.697 0.247
7 49 Axel PONS Kalex 1'39.191 0.699 0.002
8 73 Alex MARQUEZ Kalex 1'39.306 0.814 0.115
9 19 Xavier SIMEON Kalex 1'39.315 0.823 0.009
10 55 Hafizh SYAHRIN Kalex 1'39.341 0.849 0.026
11 54 Mattia PASINI Kalex 1'39.391 0.899 0.050
12 97 Xavi VIERGE Tech 3 1'39.495 1.003 0.104
13 2 Jesko RAFFIN Kalex 1'39.546 1.054 0.051
14 32 Isaac VIÑALES Kalex 1'39.590 1.098 0.044
15 10 Luca MARINI Kalex 1'39.669 1.177 0.079
16 77 Dominique AEGERTER Suter 1'39.792 1.300 0.123
17 42 Francesco BAGNAIA Kalex 1'39.821 1.329 0.029
18 87 Remy GARDNER Tech 3 1'39.885 1.393 0.064
19 11 Sandro CORTESE Suter 1'39.986 1.494 0.101
20 9 Jorge NAVARRO Kalex 1'40.084 1.592 0.098
21 68 Yonny HERNANDEZ Kalex 1'40.146 1.654 0.062
22 24 Simone CORSI Speed Up 1'40.321 1.829 0.175
23 40 Fabio QUARTARARO Kalex 1'40.382 1.890 0.061
24 41 Brad BINDER KTM 1'40.455 1.963 0.073
25 5 Andrea LOCATELLI Kalex 1'40.692 2.200 0.237
26 45 Tetsuta NAGASHIMA Kalex 1'40.757 2.265 0.065
27 27 Iker LECUONA Kalex 1'40.974 2.482 0.217
28 62 Stefano MANZI Kalex 1'41.069 2.577 0.095
29 6 Tarran MACKENZIE Suter 1'41.386 2.894 0.317
30 57 Edgar PONS Kalex 1'41.497 3.005 0.111
31 37 Augusto FERNANDEZ Speed Up 1'41.708 3.216 0.211
32 89 Khairul Idham PAWI Kalex 1'41.941 3.449 0.233

 

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8
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2017 Assen MotoGP FP1 Result: Petrucci Leads After Red Flag

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After a relatively carefree Moto3 session, MotoGP practice was off to a sketchy start. Barcelona winner Andrea Dovizioso ran out of luck early in the session, his Ducati smoking away and leaving a trace of oil in its wake on the outlap. The failure claimed its first victim in Dovizioso’s teammate, Jorge Lorenzo, the Spaniard sliding out in turn nine.

Jonas Folger was even less lucky, the Tech 3 rider limping his way to the Medical Centre after a fast crash in turn eleven just seconds before Lorenzo. The red flag was waved only three minutes into the session, for the clean-up operation to take place. That gave some extra time to the Marc VDS team to sort out the front brake issue that stopped Jack Miller from even leaving the pitlane.

After a significant delay, all the riders were able to get out and give it another try. Marc Marquez, Alvaro Bautista and Dani Pedrosa were the trio that led the first part of the session, the three Spaniards running tightly together on track.

With the rain always being a concern in Assen, the final ten minutes saw a bit of a windy shootout to ensure top ten positions. Danilo Petrucci had an interesting morning, the Italian ending the session in top position but having a mechanical problem on the final lap, adding to Ducati’s worries.

Johann Zarco made some of his usual magic on soft tyres, the Frenchman going second, narrowly ahead of Cal Crutchlow, the British rider being top Honda in the session. After his early adventures, Andrea Dovizioso had a good shot at top spot before getting slowed down by traffic and having to settle for fourth position.

Valentino Rossi had one of his usual sessions, apparently struggling outside of the top ten before making the jump to fifth. He was followed closely by the Suzuki of Andrea Iannone, Dani Pedrosa a place further back in seventh spot.

Folger was deemed fit to rejoin the action, taking it easy in the beginning, but that didn’t last long, the Tech 3 rider as high as second in the final ten minutes and dropping back to eighth eventually. After the crash and an issue with engine breaking, Lorenzo took his time to climb up the timesheets and made it as high as ninth position. The top ten was completed by Karel Abraham, only half a second down on the leader.

Maverick Vinales’ run on the soft tyre combination was good enough to hand him top position midway through the session, but the championship leader did not put on new tyres for the shootout, opting to give the softs a good long run to test their potential for the race. That dropped him back to twelfth place, two hundredths of a second in front of Marquez.

Alex Rins made his comeback from injury with an eighteenth position, a second down on Petrucci.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 9 Danilo PETRUCCI Ducati 1'34.680    
2 5 Johann ZARCO Yamaha 1'34.806 0.126 0.126
3 35 Cal CRUTCHLOW Honda 1'34.822 0.142 0.016
4 4 Andrea DOVIZIOSO Ducati 1'34.829 0.149 0.007
5 46 Valentino ROSSI Yamaha 1'34.841 0.161 0.012
6 29 Andrea IANNONE Suzuki 1'34.914 0.234 0.073
7 26 Dani PEDROSA Honda 1'34.936 0.256 0.022
8 94 Jonas FOLGER Yamaha 1'35.052 0.372 0.116
9 99 Jorge LORENZO Ducati 1'35.155 0.475 0.103
10 17 Karel ABRAHAM Ducati 1'35.183 0.503 0.028
11 43 Jack MILLER Honda 1'35.193 0.513 0.010
12 25 Maverick VIÑALES Yamaha 1'35.263 0.583 0.070
13 93 Marc MARQUEZ Honda 1'35.282 0.602 0.019
14 45 Scott REDDING Ducati 1'35.381 0.701 0.099
15 19 Alvaro BAUTISTA Ducati 1'35.528 0.848 0.147
16 44 Pol ESPARGARO KTM 1'35.562 0.882 0.034
17 41 Aleix ESPARGARO Aprilia 1'35.722 1.042 0.160
18 42 Alex RINS Suzuki 1'35.877 1.197 0.155
19 22 Sam LOWES Aprilia 1'35.898 1.218 0.021
20 8 Hector BARBERA Ducati 1'35.916 1.236 0.018
21 53 Tito RABAT Honda 1'36.404 1.724 0.488
22 76 Loris BAZ Ducati 1'36.819 2.139 0.415
23 38 Bradley SMITH KTM 1'37.603 2.923 0.784

 

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2017 Assen Moto3 FP1 Result: Oettl Sneaks Ahead Of Bastianini

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Assen was always going to give us a bit of a cool down after the soul-crushing heat of Barcelona, and a kind eighteen degrees welcomed the lightweight class to the first day of practice. Add a few clouds and some breeze and you get the usual recipe. Although, one different ingredient was Philipp Oettl fighting his way through traffic to pop up at the top of the timesheets in the final two minutes of the session.

Behind him, Enea Bastianini proved why he was the poleman in Assen for the past two years and why his name is scribbled next to the fastest Moto3 lap around the circuit. The Italian seems to be recovering some form of late and this second position serves to prove that.

Romano Fenati is a constant presence near the top end of the timesheets in any given session, this time around sneaking into third spot. A more surprising appearance is Maria Herrera in fourth position, the AGR rider making good use of a late tow from Marco Bezzecchi to climb up the timesheets.

Local boy Bo Bendsneyder warmed up the audience with a bit of cheering for his fifth place, while Aron Canet made the jump into sixth spot. Jorge Martin looked like showing off his one-lap speed once again, the Spaniard leading briefly, but was eventually pushed back into seventh position.

Championship leader Joan Mir, as usual, was minding his own business and riding on his own, which brought him an eighth place, in front of Marcos Ramirez and early session leader Tatsuki Suzuki.

The Sky VR46 duo had a slow start, Nicolo Bulega almost a second down on Oettl in thirteenth place and Andrea Migno out of the top twenty after crashing out in the final fifteen minutes of the session.

Fabio di Giannantonio looked like finding his feet towards the end of the session but was eventually pushed back to fourteenth, with John McPhee twenty-first, just ahead of Darryn Binder, the two almost a second and a half down on the leader.

Results:

Pos. Num. Rider Bike Time Gap 1st Prev.
1 65 Philipp OETTL KTM 1'43.231    
2 33 Enea BASTIANINI Honda 1'43.335 0.104 0.104
3 5 Romano FENATI Honda 1'43.389 0.158 0.054
4 6 Maria HERRERA KTM 1'43.785 0.554 0.396
5 64 Bo BENDSNEYDER KTM 1'43.798 0.567 0.013
6 44 Aron CANET Honda 1'43.848 0.617 0.050
7 88 Jorge MARTIN Honda 1'43.917 0.686 0.069
8 36 Joan MIR Honda 1'44.021 0.790 0.104
9 42 Marcos RAMIREZ KTM 1'44.027 0.796 0.006
10 24 Tatsuki SUZUKI Honda 1'44.046 0.815 0.019
11 12 Marco BEZZECCHI Mahindra 1'44.052 0.821 0.006
12 19 Gabriel RODRIGO KTM 1'44.057 0.826 0.005
13 8 Nicolo BULEGA KTM 1'44.194 0.963 0.137
14 21 Fabio DI GIANNANTONIO Honda 1'44.225 0.994 0.031
15 71 Ayumu SASAKI Honda 1'44.242 1.011 0.017
16 84 Jakub KORNFEIL Peugeot 1'44.331 1.100 0.089
17 27 Kaito TOBA Honda 1'44.371 1.140 0.040
18 58 Juanfran GUEVARA KTM 1'44.431 1.200 0.060
19 48 Lorenzo DALLA PORTA Mahindra 1'44.476 1.245 0.045
20 95 Jules DANILO Honda 1'44.532 1.301 0.056
21 17 John MCPHEE Honda 1'44.653 1.422 0.121
22 40 Darryn BINDER KTM 1'44.670 1.439 0.017
23 23 Niccolò ANTONELLI KTM 1'44.707 1.476 0.037
24 7 Adam NORRODIN Honda 1'44.707 1.476  
25 14 Tony ARBOLINO Honda 1'44.893 1.662 0.186
26 11 Livio LOI Honda 1'45.128 1.897 0.235
27 16 Andrea MIGNO KTM 1'45.636 2.405 0.508
28 4 Patrik PULKKINEN Peugeot 1'46.077 2.846 0.441
29 96 Manuel PAGLIANI Mahindra 1'46.126 2.895 0.049
30 31 Raul FERNANDEZ Mahindra 1'46.239 3.008 0.113
31 41 Nakarin ATIRATPHUVAPAT Honda 1'46.346 3.115 0.107
32 28 Ryan VAN DE LAGEMAAT KTM 1'49.166 5.935 2.820

 

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2017 Misano World Superbike Race Two Results: Could The Reverse Grid Finally Make A Difference?

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As with all Sunday races this year, the front three grid places are based on where riders finished in the Saturday race. Twenty laps of Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli under a clear Italian sky. In spite of a tyre acting unusually yesterday, everyone was on the SC0 Pirelli rear. Chaz Davies would not start the race due to his crash yesterday. 

Jordi Torres in pole position was unable to get the BMW off the line perfectly, but he got a better start than usual. It wasn’t as good as Xavi Fores’s start from second place however, and Fores put the Ducati into the lead. Eugene Laverty from third on the grid held off Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rea for a few corners but the Kawasakis both powered past him and a lap later, Marco Melandri stuck his Ducati in front of Laverty’s Aprilia. On lap four, the front five bikes of Fores, Torres, Sykes, Rea and Melandri were breaking away from Laverty, Randy Krummenacher, Lorenzo Savadori, Alex Lowes and race one’s part-way leader Michael van der Mark.

Toward the end of the fifth lap, Jordi Torres made a perfect pass into turn twelve to take the lead taking over at the front of the group of five bikes and a lap later, Marco Melandri pushed Rea to the back of the group, taking fourth place from the Kawasaki. Xavi Fores, having lost first place, suffered a second ignominy as his Ducati broke down, ending his weekend. The group of five bikes at the front were now a group of four bikes but they were still almost two seconds clear of Eugene Laverty who was sitting in a lonely fifth place.

Eugene Laverty wouldn’t be lonely for long, as the Yamahas of Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark were on the move.

On lap seven, Tom Sykes was looking for a way past his former teammate Jordi Torres to take the lead, but as he nearly ran into the back of him, he lost his line and Marco Melandri wasted no time in getting past. On lap ten, as Eugene Laverty, Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark fought each other for fifth place, Melandri passed Torres for the lead but the BMW man had a tighter line coming out of the turn and took it right back off him. As Jonathan Rea tried to pass his teammate Tom Sykes, the two gave Torres and Melandri a bit of breathing room, but when they settled down, they were able to catch them right back up.

Past half race distance, Jordi Torres was taking fast sweeping yet defensive lines while Marco Melandri was taking sharp, tight lines as he tried to probe for a way to the front of the race. At turn eight of lap thirteen, he found one and made it stick, with Torres unable to find a riposte. Two laps later, at the end of the start/finish straight, Jonathan Rea took an outside line past Tom Sykes, round the right-handed turn one, claiming the apex of the left-handed turn two and leading out of the right-handed turn three, finally taking third place only to be staring at a one second gap to the leading duo of Melandri and Torres. A lap later and he had closed the gap, dropping off Sykes behind him.

On lap eighteen, Jordi Torres took a corner with his hand up, his BMW suffering a breakdown. As he carefully got off the track, letting the Kawasakis if Rea and Sykes streak past him, before gesticulating at his bike, appearing to both berate it and plead with it before parking up out of the race. Gone was the chance for the reverse grid to finally make a difference to a race.

Marco Melandri maintained over two seconds from Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes as the front three riders rode three parade laps to the flag, Melandri taking his first victory since his return to World Superbikes and claiming the 100th Italian victory of the series, adding cream and cherries by doing it in Italy on an Italian bike. Only twelve riders completed the race.

Jonathan Rea heads into the summer break with a fifty point lead in the championship over his teammate Tom Sykes, with Chaz Davies a further sixty one points behind in third place. Race winner Marco Melandri takes fourth place back from Alex Lowes who crashed out, losing the front halfway through the race.

Chaz Davies will be trying to be back on his Ducati at Laguna Seca, according to his team, but it remains to be seen if they’ll attach any weird carbon crockery to his rear wheel that weekend.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 33 M. MELANDRI Ducati Panigale R  
2 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1.113
3 66 T. SYKES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1.285
4 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 13.364
5 50 E. LAVERTY Aprilia RSV4 RF 19.917
6 32 L. SAVADORI Aprilia RSV4 RF 26.019
7 35 R. DE ROSA BMW S 1000 RR 29.724
8 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 30.183
9 36 L. MERCADO Aprilia RSV4 RF 37.447
10 6 S. BRADL Honda CBR1000RR 42.651
11 86 A. BADOVINI Kawasaki ZX-10RR 57.524
12 37 O. JEZEK Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'10.654
RET 81 J. TORRES BMW S 1000 RR 4 Laps
RET 2 L. CAMIER MV Agusta 1000 F4 7 Laps
RET 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 10 Laps
RET 15 A. DE ANGELIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 15 Laps
RET 12 X. FORÉS Ducati Panigale R 15 Laps
RET 61 F. MENGHI Ducati Panigale R 15 Laps
RET 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 18 Laps

 

Round Number: 
7
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2017 Misano World Supersport Race Results: Mechanical Issues For Sofuoglu

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Thirty four riders, with Alex Baldolini not competing, started the race of nineteen laps around Misano. Kenan Sofuoglu had trouble at the start of the race with a malfunctioning t-shirt gun that required a change to manual launching, throwing by hand, to get the t-shirts to their intended targets.

Kenan Sofuoglu’s bike worked a lot better than his light clothing delivery vector, launching him to turn one in first place ahead of championship leader Lucas Mahias and Jules Cluzel. Federico Caricasulo squeezed past Cluzel for third place within a few corners but to put them to shame, Mahias and Sofuoglu swapped places three times in the first few corners. Mahias started the second lap in the lead but Sofuoglu ended it in first while PJ Jacobsen set the fastest lap in sixth place behind Christian Gamarino.

On lap three, on the tight right turn four, Lucas Mahias tried a tight line to try to keep up with Kenan Sofuoglu but the front wobbled slightly on entry and as he hit the ape, the front wheel tucked underneath itself and slid out, taking the rest of the bike with it. Mahias rejoined much further back but crashed out of the race four turns later.

Kenan Sofuoglu’s team told him that Mahias was out, but he later said that that didn’t change anything as he was focussed on the win. Sofuoglu had a few laps making a gap at the front, but once the gap got to a second, Federico Caricasulo in second place started closing, bringing a shrewd Jules Cluzel with him.

Once Caricasulo caught Sofuoglu, Cluzel nudged him aside and took second place behind his old rival. On lap eleven, Cluzel passed Sofuoglu who then took a look over his shoulder. Seeing Caricasulo almost a second behind him, he decided to observe Cluzel for a few laps instead of trying immediately to retake the lead. At the beginning of lap fourteen, Sofuoglu passed Cluzel into turn one and held the tighter line into turn two, holding off the Frenchman. Sofuoglu appeared to have a little bit more tyre grip in the front at this stage and, as the pair led Caricasulo by over three seconds on the penultimate lap, it was clear they were the only man fighting for victory.

On the penultimate lap, Jules Cluzel had an almost identical incident to Mahias’s crash, feeling the front tuck, but he was able to save it and just lose a few tenths of a second instead of his bike. He realised that he couldn’t match Sofuoglu without crashing and settled for second place, preferring it to crashing.

Kenan Sofuoglu won his fourth successive race and is now within five points of Lucas Mahias in the championship. Jules Cluzel’s second place brings him to within a single point of third-placed Sheridan Morais who finished the race in eighth place.

Federico Caricasulo’s third place leapfrogged him to sixth place in the championship behind PJ Jacobsen whose fourth place keeps him within seven points of Jules Cluzel.

World Supersport will not be racing at Laguna Seca, so everyone gets a long Summer break.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 1 K. SOFUOGLU Kawasaki ZX-6R  
2 16 J. CLUZEL Honda CBR600RR 2.076
3 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R6 5.600
4 99 P. JACOBSEN MV Agusta F3 675 6.696
5 111 K. SMITH Honda CBR600RR 12.868
6 4 G. REA Kawasaki ZX-6R 13.658
7 5 A. BASSANI Kawasaki ZX-6R 18.404
8 32 S. MORAIS Yamaha YZF R6 20.369
9 38 H. SOOMER Honda CBR600RR 22.985
10 13 A. WEST Yamaha YZF R6 23.274
11 61 A. ZACCONE MV Agusta F3 675 29.164
12 26 K. WATANABE Kawasaki ZX-6R 30.835
13 47 R. HARTOG Kawasaki ZX-6R 34.184
14 77 K. RYDE Kawasaki ZX-6R 34.416
15 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR 37.018
16 10 N. CALERO Kawasaki ZX-6R 38.116
17 56 P. SEBESTYÉN Kawasaki ZX-6R 46.222
18 44 R. ROLFO MV Agusta F3 675 49.728
19 73 J. CRETARO Suzuki GSX-R600 50.624
20 74 J. VAN SIKKELERUS Yamaha YZF R6 51.971
21 92 H. KUNIKAWA Honda CBR600RR 1'04.962
22 82 L. CIPICIANI Honda CBR600RR 1'20.040
23 35 S. HILL Triumph Daytona 675 1'20.723
RET 81 L. STAPLEFORD Triumph Daytona 675 10 Laps
RET 48 G. SCARCELLA Honda CBR600RR 11 Laps
RET 70 R. MULHAUSER Honda CBR600RR 14 Laps
RET 84 L. CRESSON Yamaha YZF R6 14 Laps
RET 63 Z. KHAIRUDDIN Kawasaki ZX-6R 15 Laps
RET 66 N. TUULI Yamaha YZF R6 15 Laps
RET 83 L. EPIS Kawasaki ZX-6R 15 Laps
RET 144 L. MAHIAS Yamaha YZF R6 17 Laps
RET 11 C. GAMARINO Honda CBR600RR 17 Laps
RET 163 D. STIRPE MV Agusta F3 675  
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2017 Misano World Supersport Superpole Results: Slipstreaming Is Fun

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Superpole one, contested by twenty three riders vying for the top two spots, was red flagged with ten minutes to go after a couple of crashes.

Loris Cresson and Hannes Soomer led before the red flag but the session ended with Kyle Smith and Sheridan Morais getting promoted to Superpole two.

After one lap of Superpole two, Kenan Sofuoglu was quickest ahead of Lucas Mahias with a 1’39.403 but a lap later, after his time was beaten by Christian Gamarino and Federico Caricasulo, Sofuoglu took the top spot back with a 1’38.897, the first 1’38 lap of the weekend.

After a tyre change for a tea break, Luke Stapleford was first back out, putting himself into fifth place before everyone else returned to the track. Kenan Sofuoglu increased his lead at the top, posting a 1’38.672 and turning everyone else’s potential first place laps into potential second place laps. Federico Caricasulo held second place briefly until Jules Cluzel slipstreamed Kyle Smith along the straight to take second place from him and get within a tenth of a second of Sofuoglu.

Third-placed Federico Caricasulo tucked in behind his teammate Lucas Mahias to steal his clean air in an attempt to gain a place, but all he did was keep Mahias back in fourth place, much to the Frenchman’s annoyance.

Kenan Sofuoglu takes pole position ahead of his old rival Jules Cluzel and Federico Caricasulo with championship leader Lucas Mahias heading the second row next to Christian Gamarino, in spite of a late crash, and Luke Stapleford.

Qualifying Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 1 K. SOFUOGLU Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'38.672   228,8
2 16 J. CLUZEL Honda CBR600RR 1'38.770 0.098 230,3
3 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R6 1'38.963 0.291 232,3
4 144 L. MAHIAS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.156 0.484 228,8
5 11 C. GAMARINO Honda CBR600RR 1'39.235 0.563 230,8
6 81 L. STAPLEFORD Triumph Daytona 675 1'39.433 0.761 229,8
7 32 S. MORAIS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.517 0.845 230,8
8 99 P. JACOBSEN MV Agusta F3 675 1'39.535 0.863 227,4
9 111 K. SMITH Honda CBR600RR 1'39.600 0.928 228,8
10 4 G. REA Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'39.786 1.114 230,8
11 5 A. BASSANI Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'39.790 1.118 228,3
12 13 A. WEST Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.043 1.371 226,9
13 163 D. STIRPE MV Agusta F3 675 1'39.884 0.194 225,0
14 38 H. SOOMER Honda CBR600RR 1'40.062 0.372 228,8
15 84 L. CRESSON Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.075 0.385 233,3
16 61 A. ZACCONE MV Agusta F3 675 1'40.226 0.536 224,5
17 10 N. CALERO Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.292 0.602 229,3
18 66 N. TUULI Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.332 0.642 233,8
19 77 K. RYDE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.431 0.741 229,8
20 63 Z. KHAIRUDDIN Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.822 1.132 227,8
21 26 K. WATANABE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.838 1.148 228,8
22 70 R. MULHAUSER Honda CBR600RR 1'40.879 1.189 229,3
23 44 R. ROLFO MV Agusta F3 675 1'40.996 1.306 226,4
24 47 R. HARTOG Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.070 1.380 227,4
25 82 L. CIPICIANI Honda CBR600RR 1'41.233 1.543 230,3
26 35 S. HILL Triumph Daytona 675 1'41.654 1.964 229,8
27 74 J. VAN SIKKELERUS Yamaha YZF R6 1'41.915 2.225 226,9
28 83 L. EPIS Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.980 2.290 225,5
29 73 J. CRETARO Suzuki GSX-R600 1'42.317 2.627 227,4
30 92 H. KUNIKAWA Honda CBR600RR 1'42.871 3.181 228,3
31 9 C. LONDON Suzuki GSX-R600 1'43.291 3.601 223,1
32 48 G. SCARCELLA Honda CBR600RR 1'43.340 3.650 222,2
33 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR 1'43.772 4.082 233,3

Superpole One Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 111 K. SMITH Honda CBR600RR 1'39.690   230,3
2 32 S. MORAIS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.827 0.137 231,3
3 163 D. STIRPE MV Agusta F3 675 1'39.884 0.194 225,0
4 38 H. SOOMER Honda CBR600RR 1'40.062 0.372 228,8
5 84 L. CRESSON Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.075 0.385 233,3
6 61 A. ZACCONE MV Agusta F3 675 1'40.226 0.536 224,5
7 10 N. CALERO Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.292 0.602 229,3
8 66 N. TUULI Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.332 0.642 233,8
9 77 K. RYDE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.431 0.741 229,8
10 63 Z. KHAIRUDDIN Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.822 1.132 227,8
11 26 K. WATANABE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.838 1.148 228,8
12 70 R. MULHAUSER Honda CBR600RR 1'40.879 1.189 229,3
13 44 R. ROLFO MV Agusta F3 675 1'40.996 1.306 226,4
14 47 R. HARTOG Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.070 1.380 227,4
15 82 L. CIPICIANI Honda CBR600RR 1'41.233 1.543 230,3
16 35 S. HILL Triumph Daytona 675 1'41.654 1.964 229,8
17 74 J. VAN SIKKELERUS Yamaha YZF R6 1'41.915 2.225 226,9
18 83 L. EPIS Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.980 2.290 225,5
19 73 J. CRETARO Suzuki GSX-R600 1'42.317 2.627 227,4
20 92 H. KUNIKAWA Honda CBR600RR 1'42.871 3.181 228,3
21 9 C. LONDON Suzuki GSX-R600 1'43.291 3.601 223,1
22 48 G. SCARCELLA Honda CBR600RR 1'43.340 3.650 222,2
23 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR 1'43.772 4.082 233,3

Superpole Two Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 1 K. SOFUOGLU Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'38.672   228,8
2 16 J. CLUZEL Honda CBR600RR 1'38.770 0.098 230,3
3 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R6 1'38.963 0.291 232,3
4 144 L. MAHIAS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.156 0.484 228,8
5 11 C. GAMARINO Honda CBR600RR 1'39.235 0.563 230,8
6 81 L. STAPLEFORD Triumph Daytona 675 1'39.433 0.761 229,8
7 32 S. MORAIS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.517 0.845 230,8
8 99 P. JACOBSEN MV Agusta F3 675 1'39.535 0.863 227,4
9 111 K. SMITH Honda CBR600RR 1'39.600 0.928 228,8
10 4 G. REA Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'39.786 1.114 230,8
11 5 A. BASSANI Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'39.790 1.118 228,3
12 13 A. WEST Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.043 1.371 226,9

 

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2017 Misano World Superbike Race One Results: Predictably Unpredictable

Twenty one riders lined up for twenty one laps of Misano and everyone chose the same rear tyre and Chaz Davies didn’t fit the carbon wok to his rear wheel.

Jonathan Rea and Tom Sykes bolted to the turn first but Michael van der Mark pushed past Sykes for second place. Sykes and Chaz Davies swapped places back and forth but Davies ended the opening lap ahead of Sykes, in third place behind Rea and van der Mark.

On the second lap, Michael van der Mark put in a tidy overtake past Rea and took the lead. Marco Melandri set the fastest lap as he settled into fourth place ahead of Tom Sykes. Chaz Davies took second from Jonathan Rea at turn eight a lap later. On lap four, van der Mark set the fastest lap and towed the front four away from Sykes. Sykes had found his limit and rode within it only to see the front four running away at the front.

Tom Sykes started his lonely race in fifth place, seeing the gaps in front and behind both growing by tenths. At the front, Jonathan Rea tried a few attacks on Chaz Davies but on lap eight, he had to avoid Davies in a lunge and dropped back into the reaching claws of Marco Melandri. Rea pulled Melandri with him as he closed the gap back up to Davies and the front four were grouped tidily once more. On lap ten, van der Mark picked up his pace and started teasing a gap out from Davies and Rea immediately made a move to stop van der Mark escaping. Rea took second place but van der Mark’s Yamaha was over a second clear at the front. Both van der Mark and his teammate Alex Lowes in sixth place were the only men running laps under 1’36 at this point but on lap thirteen, Rea dragged the Ducati’s behind him up to van der Mark and the front four were bunched up again.

On the fifteenth lap, Michael van der Mark and Jonathan Rea were breaking away from the Ducatis of Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri but as the front men hit turn thirteen, van der Mark’s rear Pirelli seemed to just gave up trying to be a tyre and turned into flapping rubber that offered no grip and van der Mark slid off the track, perplexedly gesticulating at his bike. Jonathan Rea took evasive manoeuvres to avoid the crashing Dutchman, losing a few tenths in the process and suddenly there he was again, leading a race with two Ducatis on his tail. Tom Sykes, already thinking about tomorrow, was in a comfortable fourth place with Alex Lowes maintaining a gap of over a second in fifth place.

For four laps, Chaz Davies looked for a way past Jonathan Rea, probing here, carrying more corner speed there, but Rea kept his position until lap nineteen of twenty one. At the end of the start/finish straight, Davies took the inside line underneath Rea and Rea leaned on him as the pair bolted round the corner, but Davies came out in front and held his line. Marco Melandri took advantage of the battle and took second place off Rea, holding it for an entire lap until Rea took it back into turn one on the penultimate lap.

The leading three bikes, Chaz Davies, Jonathan Rea and Marco Melandri were almost four seconds clear of Tom Sykes and seven seconds clear of Alex Lowes but halfway round the lap, Melandri inexplicably slid out but able to remount for fifteenth place. Tom Sykes was then in third place.

Jonathan Rea was looking to make passes work the whole lap but couldn’t find any way past the Ducati in front. In the last sector, Chaz Davies looked like he’d possibly done enough but then he lost grip, his bike going down, and Davies hit the track. Jonathan Rea behind him couldn’t avoid Davies and rode over his protective back hump and crashed out as well. Davies and Rea both ran to their bikes and tried to pick them up as Tom Sykes and Alex Lowes rode past, counting their blessings. Davies realised he had hurt his back and got off the track and was put in a stretcher. Rea was able to remount and take third place, the front three having such a gap that he was able to finish two seconds ahead of the race-long battle of Jordi Torres and Xavi Fores.

Tom Sykes wins another race ahead of Alex Lowes and Jonathan Rea. Rea, on the slow-down lap, pulled over to where he and Chaz Davies crashed and ran across to see if Davies was ok. Davies, as he was being seen to by the medics, prior to being taken to the medical centre, told Rea his back was a bit sore.

Tom Sykes closes in on Jonathan Rea in the title chase, reducing Rea’s lead to forty six points, while Chaz Davies loses twenty five points to Sykes. Alex Lowes, with his second place, passes Marco Melandri for fourth place.

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Gap
1 66 T. SYKES Kawasaki ZX-10RR  
2 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 4.551
3 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 8.126
4 81 J. TORRES BMW S 1000 RR 10.850
5 12 X. FORÉS Ducati Panigale R 13.649
6 50 E. LAVERTY Aprilia RSV4 RF 20.508
7 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 22.498
8 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 26.329
9 32 L. SAVADORI Aprilia RSV4 RF 28.965
10 35 R. DE ROSA BMW S 1000 RR 32.171
11 2 L. CAMIER MV Agusta 1000 F4 38.314
12 15 A. DE ANGELIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 39.829
13 86 A. BADOVINI Kawasaki ZX-10RR 50.478
14 37 O. JEZEK Kawasaki ZX-10RR 55.208
15 33 M. MELANDRI Ducati Panigale R 1'02.645
RET 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale R 1 Lap
RET 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 7 Laps
RET 84 R. RUSSO Yamaha YZF R1 9 Laps
RET 36 L. MERCADO Aprilia RSV4 RF 9 Laps
RET 61 F. MENGHI Ducati Panigale R 18 Laps

 

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2017 Misano World Superbike Superpole Results: A Satellite-Dished Wheel?

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Superpole one took place on a warm morning. Eleven riders competed for two places with Lorenzo Savadori and Randy Krummenacher in the top two spots.

Roman Ramos recorded the first timed lap, a 1’36.048, and he remained on top after everyone completed their first lap, although Lorenzo Savadori was within five hundredths of his time. A lap later, Savadori, Raffaele De Rosa and Randy Krummenacher all beat Ramos’s time with Savadori setting a 1’35.708 in top place and every popped back to their garages for new tyres and a blether.

Stefan Bradl was first out, joined quickly by everyone apart from Lorenzo Savadori whose bike was still being fettled in its garage. As Savadori finally made it out, Randy Krummenacher had taken over at the top with a 1’35.701 only to be knocked down a spot by Roman Ramos, over a quarter of a second quicker.

As the flag came out, Savadori hadn’t improved his time and nobody else was on a competitive pace. Roman Ramos, with a 1’35.437, and Randy Krummenacher were promoted to Superpole two and a chance to improve their positions further. Lorenzo Savadori headed the fifth row in thirteenth place.

The top twelve riders, including the two from the first session, took to the track five minutes later. Chaz Davies didn’t have the lenticular wheel cover, an ugly shallow aerodynamic bowl fitted over the rear wheel, he used in this morning’s untimed session.

Jonathan Rea, fresh from getting an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list, was first out on track, as is normal, and he was unsurprisingly followed by Eugene Laverty. Rea set a 1’34.405 on the first lap with Tom Sykes just over a quarter of a second outside with Marco Melandri over half a second off Rea’s pace in third. As Rea slowed after one lap, pitting in, Sykes spent another lap to get within two tenths of Rea’s provisional pole lap. Davies pushed Melandri off the front row and joined everyone else in the pits to get a qualifying tyre.

Chaz Davies fitted the carbon wok to his rear wheel along with the Q tyre adding to his unsprung weight but hopefully aiding him in aerodynamics.

Leon Camier went third quickest with the first lap set on a qualifying tyre, but as the faster men started spending their rubber, Marco Melandri took the top spot until Jonathan Rea set a 1’33.990, smashing the lap record and holding it for under a minute as Tom Sykes lopped three tenths of a second off Rea’s time and took his fortieth pole position with a 1’33.662.

Tom Sykes, Jonathan Rea and Marco Melandri made up the front row with Chaz Davies taking his birdbath-wheeled Ducati to fourth place ahead of Michael van der Mark and Leon Camier.

Qualifying Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 66 T. SYKES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'33.662   265,4
2 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'33.990 0.328 266,0
3 33 M. MELANDRI Ducati Panigale R 1'34.121 0.459 271,4
4 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale R 1'34.337 0.675 266,7
5 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 1'34.595 0.933 267,3
6 2 L. CAMIER MV Agusta 1000 F4 1'34.628 0.966 262,1
7 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 1'34.810 1.148 268,0
8 12 X. FORÉS Ducati Panigale R 1'34.858 1.196 265,4
9 81 J. TORRES BMW S 1000 RR 1'34.962 1.300 264,7
10 50 E. LAVERTY Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'34.980 1.318 268,7
11 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.332 1.670 260,9
12 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.609 1.947 259,0
13 32 L. SAVADORI Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'35.708 0.271 265,4
14 36 L. MERCADO Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'35.910 0.473 264,7
15 35 R. DE ROSA BMW S 1000 RR 1'35.967 0.530 266,0
16 84 R. RUSSO Yamaha YZF R1 1'36.375 0.938 255,9
17 15 A. DE ANGELIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'36.494 1.057 263,4
18 6 S. BRADL Honda CBR1000RR 1'36.685 1.248 264,7
19 61 F. MENGHI Ducati Panigale R 1'37.093 1.656 262,1
20 86 A. BADOVINI Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'37.300 1.863 260,2
21 37 O. JEZEK Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'37.390 1.953 259,0

Superpole One Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.437   260,2
2 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.701 0.264 260,9
3 32 L. SAVADORI Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'35.708 0.271 265,4
4 36 L. MERCADO Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'35.910 0.473 264,7
5 35 R. DE ROSA BMW S 1000 RR 1'35.967 0.530 266,0
6 84 R. RUSSO Yamaha YZF R1 1'36.375 0.938 255,9
7 15 A. DE ANGELIS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'36.494 1.057 263,4
8 6 S. BRADL Honda CBR1000RR 1'36.685 1.248 264,7
9 61 F. MENGHI Ducati Panigale R 1'37.093 1.656 262,1
10 86 A. BADOVINI Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'37.300 1.863 260,2
11 37 O. JEZEK Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'37.390 1.953 259,0

Superpole Two Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 66 T. SYKES Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'33.662   265,4
2 1 J. REA Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'33.990 0.328 266,0
3 33 M. MELANDRI Ducati Panigale R 1'34.121 0.459 271,4
4 7 C. DAVIES Ducati Panigale R 1'34.337 0.675 266,7
5 60 M. VAN DER MARK Yamaha YZF R1 1'34.595 0.933 267,3
6 2 L. CAMIER MV Agusta 1000 F4 1'34.628 0.966 262,1
7 22 A. LOWES Yamaha YZF R1 1'34.810 1.148 268,0
8 12 X. FORÉS Ducati Panigale R 1'34.858 1.196 265,4
9 81 J. TORRES BMW S 1000 RR 1'34.962 1.300 264,7
10 50 E. LAVERTY Aprilia RSV4 RF 1'34.980 1.318 268,7
11 88 R. KRUMMENACHER Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.332 1.670 260,9
12 40 R. RAMOS Kawasaki ZX-10RR 1'35.609 1.947 259,0

 

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2017 Misano World Supersport FP3 Results: Mahias Leads Sofuoglu

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Lucas Mahias opened the day with the morning's quickest lap, ahead of Kenan Sofuoglu and Sheridan Morais. Federico Caricasulo was quickest early on but ended the untimed session in fourth place. 

Results:

Pos No. Rider Bike Time Gap Speed
1 144 L. MAHIAS Yamaha YZF R6 1'38.547   231,8
2 1 K. SOFUOGLU Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'38.678 0.131 235,3
3 32 S. MORAIS Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.039 0.492 233,3
4 64 F. CARICASULO Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.116 0.569 232,8
5 99 P. JACOBSEN MV Agusta F3 675 1'39.258 0.711 229,3
6 16 J. CLUZEL Honda CBR600RR 1'39.484 0.937 232,3
7 13 A. WEST Yamaha YZF R6 1'39.689 1.142 230,3
8 81 L. STAPLEFORD Triumph Daytona 675 1'39.790 1.243 234,3
9 11 C. GAMARINO Honda CBR600RR 1'39.845 1.298 235,3
10 78 H. OKUBO Honda CBR600RR 1'40.048 1.501 235,8
11 63 L. CRESSON Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.279 1.732 235,8
12 5 A. BASSANI Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.294 1.747 239,5
13 63 Z. KHAIRUDDIN Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.355 1.808 232,8
14 61 A. ZACCONE MV Agusta F3 675 1'40.385 1.838 230,8
15 10 N. CALERO Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.401 1.854 232,8
16 4 G. REA Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.519 1.972 232,8
17 66 N. TUULI Yamaha YZF R6 1'40.652 2.105 230,8
18 77 K. RYDE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.678 2.131 235,8
19 38 H. SOOMER Honda CBR600RR 1'40.686 2.139 233,3
20 26 K. WATANABE Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.713 2.166 230,8
21 47 R. HARTOG Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'40.985 2.438 233,3
22 56 P. SEBESTYÉN Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.017 2.470 231,8
23 73 J. CRETARO Suzuki GSX-R600 1'41.054 2.507 229,8
24 163 D. STIRPE MV Agusta F3 675 1'41.074 2.527 229,8
25 83 L. EPIS Kawasaki ZX-6R 1'41.091 2.544 229,8
26 70 R. MULHAUSER Honda CBR600RR 1'41.226 2.679 230,8
27 44 R. ROLFO MV Agusta F3 675 1'41.356 2.809 230,3
28 74 J. VAN SIKKELERUS Yamaha YZF R6 1'41.534 2.987 230,3
29 82 L. CIPICIANI Honda CBR600RR 1'41.740 3.193 231,3
30 35 S. HILL Triumph Daytona 675 1'42.053 3.506 228,8
31 92 H. KUNIKAWA Honda CBR600RR 1'42.171 3.624 231,8
32 111 K. SMITH Honda CBR600RR 1'42.210 3.663 231,3
33 9 C. LONDON Suzuki GSX-R600 1'42.902 4.355 228,3
34 48 G. SCARCELLA Honda CBR600RR 1'43.594 5.047 225,9

 

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