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Imola WSB: Sykes does the double

Liam Marsden, 30 June 2013 15:12

Motocard Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes rode a faultless race to take the double win at Imola and come away with the champonship lead. Sykes got a great start and led from the first corner, with Davide Giugliano in tow until the Aprilia rider crashed out on lap three. Pata Honda rider Jonathan Rea capitalised on his good qualifying to finish ...

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Imola WSB: Sykes takes race one win

Liam Marsden, 30 June 2013 11:39

Tom Sykes eased to victory in the first race at Imola to drastically close the gap on championship leader Sylvain Guintoli after the Frenchman was forced to retire due to a mechanical problem on lap six. Guintoli held a 28 point lead prior to race one, but his retirement and Sykes' victory has now closed the gap to just three ...

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Imola WSB: Sykes takes pole

Liam Marsden, 29 June 2013 15:27

Motocard Kawasaki rider Tom Sykes will start tomorrow's races at Imola from pole position after setting a blistering fastest lap of 1'45.981 on race tyres in superpole 3. Pata Honda rider Jonatha Rea will start from second on the grid ahead of Davide Giugliano and Sylvain Guintoli. Aprilia rider Eugene Laverty will head the second row in fifth ahead of Leon ...

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Haga back to WSB

Michael Guy, 25 May 2013 12:56

Noriyuki Haga will make a dramatic return to the World Superbike Championship later this year. The 43 time race winner who last rode in the championship in 2011 onboard the PATA Aprilia will ride for the Grillini BMW team. The 38 year old Japanese star is expected to make his wild card appearance at the Imola round of the championship ...

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Portugal WSB: Melandri and Laverty secure final Yamaha 1-2

MCN, 16 October 2011 16:12

Yamaha end their official participation in the World Superbikes championship with a 1-2, thanks to Marco Melandri and Eugene Laverty securing the top steps of the podium at Portimao. The team mates passed Jonathan Rea (Castrol Honda) early on, with Laverty leading the majority of the race before trading places with three laps remaining, when Melandri denied Laverty the race ...

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Portugal WSB: Checa wins fifteenth race of season

Tom Cambio, 16 October 2011 12:43

2011 WSB champion Carlos Checa (Althea Racing) took his fifteenth race win of the season at Portimao, passing Sylvain Guintoli (Team Effenbert-Liberty Racing) with three laps remaining to take victory. Guintoli, who finished second, rode consistently throughout the race leading from the second lap where the Frenchman managed to pass Jonathan Rea (Castrol Honda) at turn one. Eugene Laverty (Yamaha ...

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Portugal WSB: Rea secures pole position at Portimao

MCN, 15 October 2011 16:02

Jonathan Rea (Castrol Honda) secured a pole position start for tomorrow's race at Portimao with a storming first lap in the final super pole session, going straight out to set the fastest lap and convincingly break the 1'42 barrier. Championship winner Carlos Checa (Althea Racing) rode consistently to secure second on the grid, whilst Yamaha World Superbike team mates Eugene Laverty ...

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Checa takes control in first qualifying at Portimao

Michael Guy, 14 October 2011 18:02

Carlos Checa ended the opening day of qualifying at the top of the time sheets in Portimao today. The newly crowned world champion held off a late charge from Irishman Eugene Laverty who enjoyed one of his best first qualifying performances of the year. Sylvan Guintoli continued to show good pace onboard his Effenbert Ducati with Castrol Honda’s Jonathan Rea ...

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Rea secures pole at Magny Cours

MCN, 01 October 2011 18:54

Jonathan Rea (Castrol Honda) secured pole at Magny Cours with a new track best of 1'34.490. Eugene Laverty (Yamaha WSB Team) qualified in second place, whilst Carlos Checa (Althea Racing) and Leon Camier (Aprilia Alitalia) complete the first row of the grid in third and fourth. Sylvain Guintoli (Effenbert-Liberty Racing Ducati) was the fastest Frenchman leading the second row in ...

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Imola WSB: Checa wins race two as Rea retires

Liam Marsden, 25 September 2011 15:05

Althea Ducati rider Carlos Checa moved to within a whisker of securing his first World Superbike championship with victory in race two at Imola after Jonathan Rea suffered a mechanical problem while leading the race. Checa leads championship rival Marco Melandri by 97 points going into the final two rounds, as Melandri finished sixth, despite running off track. Rea again dominated ...

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