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Liam Marsden  says:

Monza WSB: Laverty battles to race two victory

Factory Aprilia rider Eugene Laverty prevailed in the second race at Monza today to take his sixth World Superbike victory and third of the season. It was another race long battle between Laverty, Marco Melandri, Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli, with Laverty moving in to first place on the penultimate lap. The Irishman was able to hold his lead and prevent Melandri...

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Sep 10

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CBR11X says:

I disagree with most of the sentiments here and agree with Saturn. I think the SBK races the past few years have been great to watch, and maybe things seemed better in the 90's because we were younger. If they keep racing like they have thus far, 2013 will be an excellent SBK viewing experience. Can't wait for Donington.

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May 09

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CH987 says:


The big crowds of the late ninenties were mainly due to Foggy, but also due to the born again biker craze. Foggy retired, Rossi arrived and all the R1/996 wheelie/stoppie pulling twats in there matching power ranger outfits fucked off to Motogp.

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