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Liam Marsden  says:

Imola WSB: Checa does the double

Althea Ducati rider Carlos Checa has won both WSB races at Imola today to take the lead in the championship. It was the same story as race one, with pole setter Tom Sykes getting off to a flyer and leading the race by up to 2.6 seconds and setting a new lap record of 1:47.553, before Checa slipped past on lap 15. Sykes...

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simoncbr1000rr

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tryes

 whats the point of running a championship where the ducati doesn`t chew its tryes and all the others destroy them by half race distance????......the duke could run 600cc and still win cos it don`t use its tyres!!!! it`s a pointless championship cos it a championship of tyre conservation not of bike or rider

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simoncbr1000rr

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 whats the point of running a championship where the ducati doesn`t chew its tryes and all the others destroy them by half race distance????......the duke could run 600cc and still win cos it don`t use its tyres!!!! it`s a pointless championship cos it a championship of tyre conservation not of bike or rider

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