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Steve Hunt  says:

UK riders claim entire front row in Assen Superpole

Riders were finally greeted by a dry track in Assen for the World Superbike Superpole sessions. From the fifteen riders from session one, only twelve progress and although there was little by the way of surprise to see Clementi and Iannuzzo drop off from the boards going into session two, it was an afternoon of disappointment for the champion of...

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

Sykes needs to win

That's it, he needs to win more races. He's got the pace, he showed that, but with all those Tissot watches he's got, you'd expect him to have won more than 5 races.

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RevNutz

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RevNutz says:

Interesting fact

Sykes' 1'35.043 in Q3 would have put him 10th on the grid for the 2012 MotoGP grid, ahead of Valentino Rossi who did a 1'35.057, amazing.

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Let's hope

Tom can do the business tomorrow, that's a fast ZX10, good luck to the front row. Ducati struggling, as usual, they're turning into a joke. 

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

HELLO..Hello..hello..

Flash in the pan Davis?

Where the fk is Benny?

Baa..

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carloslavado

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carloslavado says:

Up at half 8 tommorow, and of to Assen. Taking our favorite spot at Mandeveen/Duikersloot wich is 2 corners that are almost 1 if you get i right. So hope for a Grinner/kawasaki double in Wsbk and a win in Wss for our countryman Michael vd Mark in Wss. Come on Tom, we want you to win here in Holland! For me personally i am curios to how the Mv F3 sounds in race trim with a proper Exhaust in WSS. I thought Rolfo was in 4th so being on the MV F3 sound, should be great.

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edmundolf

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edmundolf says:

Looks like there are only nine riders on the grid or is it more lazy arsed reporting by mcn?

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CH987

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CH987 says:

RevNutz

 The Avintia Blusens Kawasaki engined C.R.T. managed 1'37'191 last year. Makes you wonder what the point is to C.R.T.s

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holestonecowboy

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techniacalty fault

As you all know northern ireland is a wierd and complex place. This headline should read (and no one in this island could argue any different) Emgland and ulster claim the entire front row. Go for it rea and laverty.

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FLATTRACKER

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FLATTRACKER says:

Team orders

Davis has been told to slow down to let Melandri have a go at being number one!

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ratchetman

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ratchetman says:

Top three rider

Congrats to Tom Sykes Another amazing lap. It would be good to see Tom in MOTOGP he would show most of the riders the way to go round. I dont no how any one can say that MOTOGP has the best riders when you have the likes of Sykes and Davies in WSB 

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