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Gordon Ritchie  says:

WSB Assen: Sykes Splashes To Provisional Pole

Tom Sykes (Kawasaki Racing Team) extended the advantage he already had in wet conditions in the first qualifying session at Assen to record a lap of 1’57.190 and push himself fully 1.634 seconds ahead of second place rider and championship leader, Sylvain Guintoli. The Frenchman’s fellow Aprilia Racing rider Eugene Laverty was third, one place ahead of Marco Melandri (BMW...

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CH987

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CH987 says:

Clever Chaz?

Really. I thought it was the fall early on that restricted him to a only a handful of laps. Still, only 6 seconds behind Tom, and 4 behind Marco.

 

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noddy61

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noddy61 says:

Chaz is gonna make Marco look second rate agian and Mano will be entering a dwarf chucking competition to try and hang onto her posh bmw spice job

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