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Austin Lindberg  says:

Silverstone WSB: Checa extends championship lead with double win

Carlos Checa did the double at today’s round of World Superbike action from Silverstone. The Althea Ducati rider moved past Yamaha’s Eugene Laverty early in the race and was able to slowly eek out a two-second gap over the Yamaha man. Checa was delighted to take maximum points at a circuit he prepared to struggle at before the World Superbike summer...

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weskit

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weskit says:

yamaha pulling out of WSB

not good news at all.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

well well

not good news at all.
Where is everyone that has been saying Moto GP is finished and WSB is the way forward?
Not looking good for WSB really.


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Yamaha3358

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Yamaha3358 says:

Buell

Your thick.

Where is everyone that has been saying Moto GP is finished and WSB is the way forward?
Trying to make yourself look smart and show up other people .. it doesn't suit you one bit. Your posts are too short and 'simple' for that.

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Moaner

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Moaner says:

Who would have thunk it?!

Checa whooping ass on the non factory Ducati.. who saw that coming..?

Maybe if the factory support for Ducati fucked off out of MotoGP then Rossi might start winning again.... Just a thought..

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ExFlyer

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ExFlyer says:

Spelling

 "...was able to slowly eek out a two-second gap..."

Should be eke , not eek. Small point, but as journalists you should be able to spell.

 

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ppatel3d

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ppatel3d says:

What the...

I am godsmacked to why Carlos Checa keeps winning in WSBK. No top riders. I would of think by now Ruben Xaus would of been a top dog. But he has gone downwards... I think he needs to make a move to Moto2. ZI cannot figure out why he has had dismal seasons in WSBK after returning from Short stint at MotoGP. Gone are the days of Slight,foggy,Young Haga,Okada, Bayliss, Edwards, Chili, Hodgsons.... WSBK used to be a beast.

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buelligan272

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buelligan272 says:

yes ppatel

The Slight /Foggy days were amongst the best in WSB although I think Slighty more than deserved a title!

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

Looks like

the old man Carlos is going to beat Troy and Ben's 14 race win total by season end, and may set a record as the most wins.

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