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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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Checa wins race one in Utah

Tom Cambio, 30 May 2011 19:49

Carlos Checa (Althea Racing Ducati) won an eventful race one at Miller Motorsports Park, Utah. Leading an all-Ducati podium, Checa took first on the seventh lap and pulled away from the chasing pack, finishing the race with a 2.7s lead ahead of Team Effenbert-Liberty Racing team mates Jakub Smrz and Sylvain Guintoli, who finished in second and third place. Troy ...

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Phillip Island WSB: Checa does the double

Liam Marsden, 27 February 2011 09:46

Carlos Checa rounded off a perfect weekend at Phillip Island with victory in race two to take home a maximum of 50 points and the World championship lead. Nobody was able to keep pace with Checa once he took the lead a few laps in, and he soon pulled away from the chasing pack. Max Biaggi again finished second, after ...

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MCN backs Donington European WSB round

Michael Guy, 02 February 2011 10:34

Donington Park is back on the WSB calender hosting the European round of the championship on March 25 to 27, and to celebrate MCN is backing the event with a cut-price ticket deal for the race. With such a prestigious event kicking off the racing season in the UK, MCN has negotiated an incredible £10 off advance race day or ...

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Xaus tops day two of testing in Portimao

Michael Guy, 30 November 2010 17:37

New Ten Kate Honda signing Ruben Xaus finished the second day of testing at Portimao at the top of the time sheets with an accomplished and convincing wet weather riding performance. The 32 year old Spaniard completed a massive 114 laps in fully wet conditions with a best time of 1m 55.8s. It’s clear that Xaus has impressed his new ...

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WSB Miller: Checa stuns rivals to take second career WSB pole

Michael Guy, 31 May 2010 01:53

Carlos Checa stormed to his second pole position of his WSB career with a stunning 1’47.081 lap onboard his althea Ducati this afternoon. The Spanish rider clearly has an affinity with the Salt Lake City track having won both races in 2008. Checa’s lap time was a significant 0.333 seconds faster than his closest rival Max Biaggi despite his Ducati ...

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Portimao WSB: Fabrizio claims race 2 win

James Keen, 25 October 2009 15:25

Ducati Xerox rider Michel Fabrizio proved victorious in the second of this weekend's World Superbike races at Portimao. Fabrizio's team mate Noriyuki Haga took second making it a 1-2 for the Ducati  Xerox team.     Third place went to Jonathan Rea, riding for Hannspree Ten Kate Honda. Fellow Brit Shane Byrne finished fourth for Sterilgarda. American Yamaha rider Ben Spies placed ...

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Portimao WSB: Rea tops first qualifying

Liam Marsden, 23 October 2009 16:50

Ten Kate Honda rider Jonathan Rea completed a successful day for Ten Kate Honda after setting the fastest time in the first qualifying session of the weekend. Rea edged out the early pace setter Jakub Smrz in the final stages of the qualifying session. Yamaha rider and championship hopeful Ben Spies qualified third fastest, with current championship leader Noriyuki Haga ...

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WSB Magny-Cours: Race 2 results - Haga wins

MCN, 04 October 2009 16:41

Noriyuki Haga again showed his mastery of the french track and took the chequered flag. Haga was strong for the entire race and was leading by at the end of the first lap. Tyre problems caused Spies to take forth but the real action was between Jonathan Rea and Max Biaggi for second place. 1 41 Haga N. (JPN) Ducati 1098R 38'00.282 (160,169 kph) 2 ...

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Imola WSB: Fabrizio takes race two win

Liam Marsden, 27 September 2009 15:15

Italian Michel Fabrizio has won the second WSB race in Imola ahead of team-mate and new championship leader Noriyuki Haga. Noriyuki Haga took to the lead early on in the race, ahead of Fabrizio and Aprilia rider Max Biaggi, but Haga was unable to pull away from Fabrizio, who got passed Haga and pulled ahead. Aprilia wildcard Simoncelli battled throught ...

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