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|10-28-2009, 03:34 PM||#1|
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Portimao WSBK test times - Wednesday
Unofficial lap times after the second and final day of the post-season World Superbike and Supersport test at Portimao in Portugal.
1. Jonathan Rea (Honda) 1min 41.878sec
2. Michel Fabrizio (Ducati) 1min 41.992sec
3. Cal Crutchlow (Yamaha) 1min 42.115sec
4. Leon Haslam (Suzuki) 1min 42.251sec
5. Max Biaggi (Aprilia) 1min 42.710sec
6. Leon Camier (Aprilia) 1min 42.790sec
7. Noriyuki Haga (Ducati) 1min 43.098sec*
8. James Toseland (Yamaha) 1min 43.147sec
9. Carlos Checa (Ducati) 1min 43.425sec
10. Max Neukirchner (Honda) 1min 43.549sec
11. Sylvain Guintoli (Suzuki) 1min 43.612sec
12. Joan Lascorz (Kawasaki) 1min 43.902sec*
13. Javier Fores (Ducati) 1min 44.413sec*
14. Tom Sykes (Kawasaki) 1min 44.900sec
15. Vittorio Iannuzzo (Honda) 1min 44.908sec
16. Alex Hofmann (Aprilia) 1min 45.5sec
17. Regis Laconi (Ducati) 1min 46.458sec*
* set on day one.
1. Kenan Sofuoglu (Honda) 1min 44.329sec
2. Joan Lascorz (Kawasaki) 1min 44.619sec
3. Michele Pirro (Honda) 1min 44.999sec
4. Broc Parkes (Kawasaki) 1min 45.000sec*
5. Katsuaki Fujiwara (Kawasaki) 1min 45.875sec*
6. David Salom (Kawasaki) 1min 46.200sec*
7. Gino Rea (Yamaha) 1min 46.423sec
Johnny fastest and Cal 3rd quickest first time out on the Yamaha superbike
Cal under Ben Spies pole position time
nice to see Laconi back out there
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|10-28-2009, 04:32 PM||#3|
A hit off the track pipe?
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Heh-heh... yeah, Cal is was a bad in SS. Looking forward to seeing what he can do on the big bike!!
|10-28-2009, 10:04 PM||#4|
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|10-29-2009, 08:20 AM||#5|
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This was Toseland's first laps aropund Portimao, no? I know Spies showed that he could ride those tracks right from the get-go, but he's something special. Cal had just finished a race weekend there. Makes sense that Cal would be putting in quicker laps. Wasn't it just a year ago we were blown away that Spies was lapping Portimao the day after the races on Haga's old R1 only a few tenths of the race pase? Seems to me Toseland's in the ballpark already...
Some people keep saying that next year's definitely Haga's year (since Ben's gone ) but I don't see it. With Cal, JT, and a more seasoned Johnny Rea, and Biaggi w/ more experience on the Aprilia, something tells me that Haga will miss out again...
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|10-29-2009, 09:39 AM||#7|
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