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Bayliss goes quickest in qualifying one

Sarah Carnell, 25 May 2007 16:02

Australian Troy Bayliss knocked more than a second off his free practice time to go quickest in the first timed session of the weekend at Silverstone. The Ducati rider recorded a time of 1:25.295 during his 19 laps on the Northamptonshire circuit. The surprise of the afternoon was Lorenzo Lanzi who was second quickest with a 1:25.952 just ahead of ...

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Sofuoglu stays top in first timed practice

Sarah Carnell, 25 May 2007 15:42

Honda’s Kenan Sofuoglu continued to set the pace in the first timed session for supersport  at Silverstone. The Turkish rider went half a second quicker than his fastest time fro this morning with a 1:27.937. Sebastien Charpentier moved up the timesheets from fifth to second since this morning with his time of 1:28.178 with Broc Parkes also going quicker in ...

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Sofuoglu fastest in first supersport practice

Sarah Carnell, 25 May 2007 11:08

Current Supersport championship leader Kenan Sufuoglu was quickest in the first free practice session at Silverstone this morning. The Hannspree Ten Kate rider recorded a best time of 1:28.480 which is already two and a half seconds better than his fastest lap at the Northamptonshire circuit last year. Just over one 10th of a second behind Sofuoglu was Australian Broc ...

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Sofuoglu the man of the moment

Sarah Carnell, 12 May 2007 18:36

Kenan Sofuoglu has set the fastest time ever for a Supersport rider at Monza this afternoon on the way to pole for tomorrow’s race. The Hanspree Ten Kate Honda rider set a blitzing time of 1:50.459 and looked set to dip in to the 1min 49sec barrier but was held up by a slower rider, but he is certainly the ...

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Haga pole for Monza

Sarah Carnell, 12 May 2007 17:18

Japan’s Noriyuki Haga has set an unbelievable lap time to take pole for tomorrow’s World Superbike race at Monza. The Yamaha rider set a best lap of 1:44.941 in superpole just over four 10s of a second faster than Ducati’s Troy Bayliss. Max Biaggi finished in third after this afternoon’s session after completing a best lap of 1:45.415. Australian Troy ...

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Sufuoglu quickest for Supersport

Sarah Carnell, 11 May 2007 13:14

Kenan Sofuoglo was the quickest rider in this morning’s first Supersport practice at Monza. The Honda man and current championship leader recorded a quickest time of 1:50.691, just under two 100ths of a second ahead of Italian Fabien Foret’s 1:52.112. In third place was Pere Riba, whose best position this year has been a fifth in Qatar, recording a 1:52.128. ...

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Haga goes quickest at Monza

Sarah Carnell, 11 May 2007 11:05

Noriyuki Haga set the quickest time at the first WSB practice of the weekend at Monza. The Yamaha rider recorded a time of 1:46.540 ahead of Australia’s Troy Bayliss who went round in 1:47.098. Alstare Suzuki rider Yukio Kagayama wad third fastest around the Italian track just over four 10ths of a second behind Bayliss. Current championship leader James Toseland ...

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Xaus fastest in first WSB free practice

Sarah Carnell, 27 April 2007 11:20

Spain’s Ruben Xaus recorded the best time at the first WSB free practice in Assen. The Sterilgarda Ducati man completed his fastest lap in 1min 40.460secs just ahead of Britain’s James Toseland who went round in 1:40.529. Australia’s Troy Bayliss was third this morning at 1:40.826 despite still recovering from the injuries sustained earlier in the month at Donington. Early ...

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Sufuoglu takes Valencia supersport win

Sarah Carnell, 16 April 2007 11:21

An early battle for first place saw Kenan Sofuoglu (Honda), Andrew Pitt (Honda) and Pere Riba (Kawasaki) Broc Parkes rode through the pain barrier at Valencia following his broken collar bone injury sustained at Donington to come fifth. Team mate Kevin Curtain, who was also injured at Donington, crashed out on lap nine whilst battling for first place. Curtain got ...

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Grid line-up

Sarah Carnell, 01 April 2007 12:15

Take a look at the World Superbike stars on the grid at the European round at Donington today.   Ducati man Troy Bayliss, on pole for the first race, chilled out ahead of race one.

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