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Phillip Island WSB test: Checa surprise fastest, Haslam third

Michael Guy, 21 February 2010 10:02

Spaniard Carlos Checa stole the show on the opening day of the two day pre season test by setting the fastest time onboard his Althea Ducati 1098R. The former Ten Kate Honda rider set a blistering 1m 31.959s best in the afternoon session to finish a significant 0.390 seconds faster than his closets rival Michel Fabrizio. Leon Haslam put his ...

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Rea leads Brit dominance of Portimao WSB test

Michael Guy, 24 January 2010 21:03

Jonathan Rea set the pace on the third and final day of the WSB test in Portimao with a lap time under the circuit best lap set by Ben Spies. Riding the Hannspree Ten Kate Honda, Rea spent the three days dicing at the top of the timesheets with fellow countryman Leon Haslam riding the Alstare Suzuki. Shane Byrne saved ...

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WSS test: Laverty asserts dominance in final session

Michael Guy, 24 January 2010 15:28

Eugene Laverty ended the three day test at Portimao in first place after an impressive final day performance on his Parkalgar Honda. Laverty set a best time of 1’45.104 on lap 26 of the session and then backed it up with a 1m45.164 on lap 29, with both times good enough for first position. Joan Lascorz claimed second spot ahead ...

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WSB Test: Sunday First session times

Michael Guy, 24 January 2010 15:15

1 65 J. REA GBR HANNspree Ten Kate Honda Honda CBR1000RR 1'43.059 2 91 L. HASLAM GBR Team Suzuki Alstare Suzuki GSX-R1000 1'43.060 3 41 N. HAGA JPN Ducati Xerox Team Ducati 1098R 1'43.657 4 84 M. FABRIZIO ITA Ducati Xerox Team Ducati 1098R 1'43.675 5 3 M. BIAGGI ITA Aprilia Racing Aprilia RSV4 1000 F. 1'43.785 6 35 C. ...

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WSB test: Rea fastest again on drying track

Michael Guy, 23 January 2010 21:16

Jonathan Rea stayed a the top of the standings after the second timed session today with a lap time on 1’49.107 set in damp conditions. The Ten Kate Honda man finished ahead of friend and rival Leon Haslam with the two Bits having led every session of the test so far. Third spot went to Troy Corser on his BMW ...

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WSB Test: Rea fastest at wet Portimao

Michael Guy, 23 January 2010 13:33

Jonathan Rea overhauled Leon Haslam on his final lap of a rain hit opening practice session at Portimao circuit this morning. After heavy overnight rain no one ventured out on track for over one hour until Sylvan Guintoli braved the elements on his Alstare Suzuki. Aprilia’s Leon Camier looked smooth and impressive to set the early pace before Aussie Chris ...

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WSB Test: Haslam secures top spot, Five Brits in top six

Michael Guy, 22 January 2010 19:49

Leon Haslam continued to set the pace at the end of day one of official testing at Portimao onboard his Alstare Suzuki. The 26 year old has now been fastest during both sessions in Portugal after topping the time in winter testing at Valencia last December. Speaking to MCN, he said:“I wasn’t expecting the grip to be as good as ...

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Dakar Stage 8 – Aprilia’s Francisco Lopez wins stage, Coma time penalty confirmed

Michael Guy, 11 January 2010 13:59

Aprilia mounted Francisco Lopez claimed his second stage win of the 2010 Dakar to move up to third in the overall standings. Lopez won the grueling 472KM timed special by just 42 seconds from KTM man Marc Coma. Despite Coma’s impressive ride he is currently down in 19th position after incurring a 6-hour penalty handed out a for illegal assistance ...

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Dakar Stage 7 – Despres and Coma set the pace once again

Michael Guy, 11 January 2010 09:06

Dakar favourites Cyril Despres and Marc Coma went head to head throughout the stunning 600KM Special stage in the Atacama Desert in Chile. After riding for 6h 34m, just 29 seconds separated the two men with Frenchman Despres coming out on top. Coma’s impressive ride has seen the former Dakar winner move up to second in the overall standings after ...

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Dakar stage 5 – Lopez takes stage victory for Aprilia, Despres leads overall, Casteu out

Michael Guy, 07 January 2010 12:01

Chilean rider Lopez Contardo claimed an impressive stage victory riding the Aprilia RXV450 to finish 1m 30s ahead of KTM man Cyril Despres. Despres now leads the overall standings by a significant 37m 37s from second placed man Lopez. It wasn’t as straight forward for a number of competitors including Marc Coma and David Casteu in what was the second ...

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