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James Keen  says:

Oulton BSB: Easton victorious in race 1

Swan Honda rider Stuart Easton claimed victory in race 1 at this weekend's British Superbike clash at Oulton Park. Worx Crescent Suzuki rider Tommy Hill started from pole position but finished in second place behind Easton. Third goes to John Laverty for the Buildbase Kawasaki team, followed by Relentless Suzuki by TAS team mates Alastair Seeley and Michael Laverty in fourth and...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (03 May 2010 13:58)

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TheRash

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TheRash says:

Brookesy

Well done Brookesy. Congrats on your faculty of bilocation. Even Rossi cannot do that.

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Pizzaboy

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Pizzaboy says:

Josh Brookes, recurring

TheRash - It's to do with quantum physics. Basically a motorcyclist effectively exists in an infinite number of different races at any one time. Sometimes, under certain freak conditions, the racer can finish twice in the same race - in different positions. It's caused by sunspots and the normal rule when this happens is that the points are added together and an average of the two used in the standings going forward. It's racing, Jim, but not as we know it.

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Ben52

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Ben52 says:

It s actually a condition known as Sporadic E, when the F layer of the atmosphere dissapears milliseconds before the E layer the radiation from earth can be repeated and its possible for one rider to win two races at the same time in different continents..

Or bollocks!!

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