Bradley Smith took his first 125GP win at Jerez

Bradley Smith took his first 125GP win at Jerez

 

Racing results round-up: May 2-4

By MCN Sports Desk -

 05 May 2009 09:54

Each week we will have a full list of the racing results from the previous weekend. Click on the name of the championship you wish to see the results of.

MOTO GP, JEREZ, SPAIN, SUNDAY
BRITISH SUPERBIKES, OULTON PARK, CHESHIRE, MONDAY
AMA ROAD RACING, BARBER MOTORSPORTS PARK, BIRMINGHAM, AL, SATURDAY-SUNDAY
TANDRAGEE, CO ARMAGH, SATURDAY
DARLEY MOOR, DERBYS, MONDAY
AMA SUPERCROSS, SAM BOYD STADIUM, LAS VEGAS  NV, USA, SATURDAY
BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP MOTOCROSS, BRAMPTON, CUMBRIA, SUNDAY

ROAD RACING

MOTO GP, JEREZ, SPAIN, SUNDAY

1 Valentino Rossi, Italy (Yamaha)
2 Dani Pedrosa, Spain (Honda)
3 Casey Stoner, Australia (Ducati)
4 Randy de Puniet, France (Honda)
5 Marco Melandri, Italy (Kawasaki)
6 Loris Capirossi, Italy (Suzuki)
7 Colin Edwards, USA (Yamaha)
8 Andrea Dovizioso, Italy (Honda)
9 Toni Elias, Spain (Honda)
10 Chris Vermeulen, Australia (Suzuki)
11 Sete Gibernau, Spain (Ducati)
12 Yuki Takahashi, Japan (Honda)
13 James Toseland, GB (Yamaha)
14 Alex de Angelis, Italy (Honda)
15 Nicky Hayden, USA (Ducati)

250:

H Aoyama, Japan (Honda)
2 A Bautista, Spain (Aprilia)
3 M Simoncelli, Italy (Gilera)
4 H Barbera, Spain (Aprilia)
5 T Luthi, Switserland (Aprilia)
6 M Pasini, Italy (Aprilia)
7 G Talmacsi, Hungary (Aprilia)
8 J Cluzel, France (Aprilia)
9 R Locatelli, Italy (Gilera)
10 R de Rosa, Italy (Honda)
11 M di Meglio, France (Aprilia)
12 S Tomizawa, Japan (Honda)
13 L Pesek, Czech Republic (Aprilia)
14 H Faubel, Spain (Honda)
15 R Wilairot, Thailand (Honda)

125:

1 B Smith, GB (Aprilia)
2 S Gadea, Spain (Aprilia)
3 M Marquez, spain (KTM)
4 S Redding, GB (Aprilia)
5 E Vazquez, Spain (Derbi)
6 S Cortese, Germany (Derbi)
7 P Espargaro, Spain (Derbi)
8 D Webb, GB (Aprilia)
9 D Aegerter, Switzerland (Derbi)
10 N Terol, Spain (Aprilia)
11 J Olive, Spain (Derbi)
12 E Rabat, Spain (Aprilia)
13 J Zarco, France (Aprilia)
14 S Corsi, Italy (Aprilia)
15 C Beaubier, USA (KTM)

BRITISH SUPERBIKES, OULTON PARK, CHESHIRE, MONDAY

First race:

1 Leon Camier, GB (Yamaha)
2 Karl Harris, GB (Honda)
3 Sylvain Guintoli, France (Suzuki)
4 Stuart Easton, GB (Honda)
5 James Ellison, GB (Yamaha)
6 Glen Richards, Australia (Honda)
7 Ian Lowry, GB (Suzuki)
8 Jason O’Halloran, Australia (Honda)
9 Gary Mason,GB (Honda)
10 Josh Brookes, Australia (Honda)
11 Chris Walker, GB (Yamaha)
12 Julien da Costa, France (Kawasaki)
13 Jon Kirkham, GB (Yamaha)
14 Atsushi Watanabe, Japan (Suzuki)
15 Tristan Palmer, GB (Kawasaki)

Second race:

1Leon Camier, GB (Yamaha)
2 Karl Harris, GB (Honda)
3 Sylvain Guintoli, France (Suzuki)
4 James Ellison, GB (Yamaha)
5 Glen Richards, Australia (Honda)
6 Ian Lowry, GB (Suzuki)
7 Gary Mason, GB (Honda)
8 Simon Andrews, GB (Kawasaki)
9 Chris Walker, GB (Yamaha)
10 Jason O’Halloran, Australia (Honda)
11 Jon Kirkham, GB (Yamaha)
12 Atsushi Watanabe, Japan (Suzuki)
13 Martin Jessopp, GB (Honda)
14 David Johnson, Australia (Yamaha)
15 Peter Hickman, GB (Yamaha)

British Supersport championship and Supersport cup:
1 Daniel Cooper (Honda), 2 Dennis Hobbs (Yamaha), 3 Ben Wilson (Kawasaki), 4 Dean Hipwell (Yamaha), 5 Craig Fitzpatrick (Yamaha), 6 Tom Grant (Honda), 7 Marty Nutt (Yamaha), 8 Kev Coghlan (Honda), 9 James Westmoreland (Triumph), 10 Billy McConnell (Yamaha), 11 Steve Plater (Honda), 12 Robbie Brown (Yamaha), 13 Ross Walter (Triumph), 14 Mark Cringle (Yamaha), 15 Nick Medd (Yamaha).

National Superstock 1000 championship:
1 Alastair Seeley (Suzuki), 2 Steve Brogan (Honda), 3 John McGuinness (Honda), 4 Scott Smart (Ducati), 5 Luke Quigley (Honda), 6 Howie Mainwaring (Kawasaki), 7 Cameron Donald (Suzuki), 8 BJ Toal (Suzuki), 9 Marshall Neill (Honda), 10 Conor Cummins (Yamaha), 11 Dan Stewart (Yamaha), 12 Ian Mackman (Suzuki), 13 Steven Neate (Yamaha), 14 Gavin Hunt (Honda), 15 Grant Molloy (Honda).

National Superstock 600 Championship:
1 Daniel Kneen (Honda), 2 Luke Stapleford (Kawasaki), 3 Nick Clark (Yamaha), 4 Patrick McDougall (Yamaha), 5 Joe Burns (Yamaha), 6 Jessee Trayler (Kawasaki), 7 Luke Mossey (Yamaha), 8 Matt Bilton (Yamaha), 9 Daniel Frear (Yamaha), 10 Ashley Midwood (Yamaha), 11 Josh Caygill (Yamaha), 12 Michael Booth (Honda), 13 Jonathan Dickson (Yamaha), 14 Jamie Hamilton (Kawasaki), 15 Dominic Usher (Yamaha).

KTM RC8 super Cup and Under 25 cup:
1 Kelvin Reilly, 2 Pauli Pekkanen, 3 James Edmeades, 4 Ed Smith, 5 Jonathan Pearson, 6 Adam Foster, 7 Taryn Skinner, 8 Jonathan Railton, 9 Dave Heal, 10 Sam Bishop, 11 Francis Williamson, 12 Andy Battye, 13 Ben Taylor, 14 Rikki Owen, 15 Andrew Marriott.

125GP Championship and ACU Academy cup:
1 Martin Glossop (Honda), 2 Rob Guiver (Honda), 3 James Lodge (Honda), 4 Tom Hayward (Honda), 5 Connor Behan (Honda), 6 Tom Hastings (Honda), 7 Ryan Saxelby (Honda), 8 Catherine Green (Honda), 9 Corey Lewis (Honda), 10 Sam Hornsey (Honda), 11 Peter Sutherland (Aprilia), 12 Philip Wakefield (Honda), 13 Robbie Stewart (Honda), 14 Rob Hodson (Honda), 15 Michael Hill (Honda).

 

AMA ROAD RACING, BARBER MOTORSPORTS PARK, BIRMINGHAM, AL, SATURDAY-SUNDAY

First Superbike race: 1 Mathew Mladin (Suzuki) 30:33.703, 2 Blake Young (Suzuki), 3 Ben Bostrom (Yamaha), 4 Tommy Hayden (Suzuki), 5 Joshua Hayes (Yamaha), 6 Larry Pegram (Ducati). British: 12 Michael Laverty (Suzuki). Second: 1 Mladin 25:26.332, 2 Aaron Yates (Suzuki), 3 Bostrom, 4 Hayes, 5 Geoff May (Suzuki), 6 Pegram.

First Daytona Sportbike: 1 Martin Cardenas (Suzuki) 31:41.067, 2 Jason DiSalvo (Suzuki), 3 Jamie Hacking (Kawasaki), 4 Josh Herrin (Yamaha), 5 Tommy Aquino (Yamaha), 6 Steve Rapp (Yamaha). British: 28 Chaz Davies (Aprilia). Second: 1 Cardenas 25:49.379, 2 Hacking, 3 Daniel Eslick, 4 Davies, 5 Michael Barnes (Buell), 6 Ben Thompson.

Supersport: 1 Garrett Carter (Yamaha), 2 Russ Wikle (Suzuki), 3 H Nash (Yamaha), 4 L Mercado (Kawasaki), 5 J Pascerella (Yamaha), 6 J Day (Yamaha).


TANDRAGEE, CO ARMAGH, SATURDAY

Michael Dunlop managed his first ever Ulster road racing treble at the 50th annual Tandragee 100 in Co Armagh on Saturday.

The weather was hot and so was the racing particularly in the 600 class where Dunlop snatched a last gasp win which relegated Ryan Farquhar who had led for almost the entire distance to third with Keith Amor second.

However, Amor and Farquhar had wins a piece in the Superbike class while Dunlop dominated the 125 and 250 races to complete his treble.

RESULTS

All races 6 laps – 30.6 miles unless stated

125: 1 M Dunlop 20:51.27 – 92.24mph, 2 N Moore, 3 M Young (all Hon). FL: Dunlop 3:25.92 – 93.42mph.

250: 1 M Dunlop 19:44.40 – 97.45mph, 2 D Morgan, 3 M Young (all Hon). FL: Dunlop 3:14.71 – 98.80mph.

600: 1 M Dunlop (Yam) 18:38.32 – 103.21mph, 2 K Amor (Hon), 3 R Farquhar (Kaw). FL: Amor 3:04.95 – 104.01mph.

First Superbike: 1 R Farquhar (Kaw) 18:29.05 – 104.07mph, 2 K Amor (Hon), 3 A Archibald (Suz). FL: Amor 3:03.38 – 104.90mph. Second (8 laps – 40.80 miles): 1 K Amor 24:28.18 – 104.82, 2 Farquhar, 3 W Dunlop. FL: Amor 3:01.02 – 106.27mph.

Junior support: 1 T Turtle (Yam) 21:43.05 – 88.58mph, 2 A O’Brien (Suz), 3 D Yeomans (Hon). FL: O’Brien 3:33.49 – 90.11mph.

Senior support (2 laps – 10.2 miles): 1 B Smith 6:51.72 – 93.45mph, 2 W Davison (Hon), 3 T Turtle (Yam). FL: Smith 3:22.35 – 95.06mph.

Supertwins: 1 R Farquhar (Kaw) 20:31.94 – 93.69mph, 2 D Butler (Suz), 3 N Nugent (Suz). FL: Farquhar 3:22.55 – 94.97mph.

250 Classic: 1 G McMullan (Suz) 24:36.50 – 78.17mph, 2 P Shaw (Suz), 3 A McVicker (Hon). FL: McMullan 4:02.65 – 79.27mph.

350 Classic: 1 J Burrows 23:22.75 – 82.28mph, 2 D Gallagher, 3 E Manly (all Hon). FL: Gallagher 3:50.31 – 83.52mph.

500 Classic: 1 O Linsdell (Pat) 21:18.36 – 90.29mph, 2 N McWhirter (Nor), 3 W Brown (Nor). FL: Linsdell 3:28.57 – 92.23mph.

1000 Classic: 1 M McGaw (Wes) 22:23.17 – 85.30mph, 2 M Connolly (Tri). FL: McGaw 3:41.71 – 86.77mph.


DARLEY MOOR, DERBYS, MONDAY

Despite the cold damp weather Tim Poole (Kawasaki) was Man of the Meeting at Darley Moor on Monday. In addition to his outings he also scored the best aggregate result in the F600 races from the Easter Monday meeting and today’s meeting to win the £250 prize in the Curtis Milner Trophy championship.

All races 6 laps unless stated

First F125: 1 B Godfrey 7:46.94 – 69.39mph, 2 J Donohue, 3 D Carson (all Apr). FL: Carson 1:14.92 – 72.08mph. Second (7 laps): 1 Godfrey 8:54.27 – 70.75mph, 2 T Hayes (Apr), 3 Donohue. FL: Hayes 1:13.15 – 73.82mph.

First 125 GP: 1 D Smith 6:50.95 – 78.84mph, 2 A Ray, 3 J Ford (all Hon). FL: Smith 1:06.40 – 81.33mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Ray 8:50.19 – 81.48mph, 2 Ford, 3 Smith. FL: Ray 1:04.44 – 83.80mph.

First F400: 1 A Kershaw (Kaw) 6:40.33 – 80.93mph, 2 K Davis (Suz), 3 C Spooner (Kaw). FL: Kershaw 1:05.48 – 82.47mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Davis 8:27.90 – 85.06mph, 2 Kershaw, 3 Spooner. FL: Davis 1:01.69 – 87.53mph.

First Lightweights: 1 A Hoare (Hon) 6:29.80 – 83.12mph, 2 R Mawbey (Hon), 3 Spooner. FL: Hoare 1:03.43 – 85.13mph. Second (8 laps): 1 R Thompson (Hon) 8:41.12 – 82.90mph, 2 Mawbey, 3 S Nicholson (Hon). FL: Thompson 1:03.20 – 85.44mph.

First F600: 1 S Harper (Tri) 6:10.48 – 87.45mph, 2 T Poole (Kaw), 3 K Cooper (Yam). FL: Harper 59.62s – 90.57mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Poole 7:55.70 – 90.81mph, 2 Harper, 3 R Wardle (Kaw). FL: Poole 57.95s – 93.18mph.

First Pre-98: 1 M Ess (Yam) 6:40.41 – 80.92mph, 2 J Ward (Hon), 3 J Skelson (Suz). FL: Ess 1:03.34 – 85.25mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Ess 8:32.61 – 84.27mph, 2 C Sammons (Hon), 3 Skelson. FL: Ess 1:01.68 – 87.55mph.

First Sound of Thunder: 1 Harper 6:08.90 – 87.83mph, 2 M Whitehead (Apr), 3 S Poulson (Tri). FL: Harper 59.73s – 90.41mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Harper 8:04.82 – 89.11mph, 2 Whitehead, 3 J Powell (Tri). FL: Harper 58.54s – 92.24mph.

First open solo: 1 Poole 5:57.84 – 90.54mph, 2 R Eglin (Yam), 3 K Tait (Suz). FL: Poole 57.98s – 93.14mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Poole 7:41.26 – 93.66mph, 2 Pearson, 3 Tait. FL: Poole 56.27s – 95.97mph.

First Earlystocks: 1 T Benford 7:02.24 – 76.73mph, 2 A Gilfillan, 3 S Long (all Suz). FL: Long 1:08.05 – 79.35mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Benford 9:07.35 – 78.93mph, 2 Gilfillan, 3 Long. FL: Benford 1:06.57 – 81.12mph.

First Peak Cup: 1 Poole 6:12.23 – 87.04mph, 2 Tait, 3 Eglin. FL: Poole 1:00.10 – 89.85mph. Second (10 laps): 1 Poole 9:43.66 – 92.52mph, 2 S Pearson (Yam), 3 Tait. FL: Poole 57.34s – 94.18mph.

First sidecars: 1 Bird/Roberts (Kaw) 6:37.92 – 81.42mph, 2 Golling/Dean (Bak), 3 Alflatt/Speechley (Bak). FL: Bird 1:03.40 – 85.17mph. Second (8 laps): 1 Golling 8:45.61 – 82.19mph, 2 Bird, 3 Kimberley/Lowther (Ire). FL: Golling 1:03.38 – 85.20mph.

Newcommers handicap (8 laps): 1 J Barber (Suz) 9:24.80 – 76.49mph, 2 G Salt (Yam), 3 K Parker (Kaw). FL: Parker 1:01.99 – 87.11mph.

OFF ROAD

AMA SUPERCROSS, SAM BOYD STADIUM, LAS VEGAS  NV, USA, SATURDAY

1 Ryan D Villopoto (Kawasaki)
2 Chad Reed (Suzuki)
3 James M Stewart (Yamaha)
4 Kevin W Windham (Honda)
5 Ivan Tedesco (Honda)
6 Mike A Alessi (Suzuki)

SUPERCROSS LITE:

1 Christophe Pourcel (Kawasaki)
2 Ryan M Dungey (Suzuki)
3 Trey G Canard (Honda)
4 Jake T Weimer (Kawasaki)
5 Austin L Stroupe (Kawasaki)
6 Ryan Morais (Kawasaki)

BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP MOTOCROSS, BRAMPTON, CUMBRIA, SUNDAY

1 Brad Anderson (Honda) 25 + 25 = 50
2 James Noble (Suzuki) 20 + 22 = 42
3 Jason dougan (CCM) 18 + 18 = 36
4 Billy MacKenzie (Honda) 11 + 20 = 31
5 Scott Columb (Suzuki) 15 + 16 = 31
6 Gareth Swanepoel (Kawasaki) 22 + 9 = 31
7 Mark Jones (Yamaha) 12 + 14 = 26
8 Zach Osbourne (Yamaha) 13 + 13 = 26
9 Bryan MacKenzie (Honda) 9 + 15 = 24
10 Kristian Whatley (Kawasaki) 14 + 10 = 24
11 Dorren Coutts (Yamaha) 10 + 11 = 21
12 Carl Nunn (Suzuki) 16 + 5 = 21
13 Tom Church (CCM) 0 + 12 = 12
14 David Willet (Yamaha) 4 + 7 = 11
15 Alex Snow (KTM) 8 + 3 = 11
16 Stuart Edmonds ™ 7 + 2 = 9
17 Scott Probert (Suzuki) 0 + 8 = 8
18 Jordan Rose (Honda) 1 + 6 = 7
19 Mark Eastwood (Honda) 6 + 0 = 6
20 Llyod Vercueil 5 + 0 = 5
21 Jamie Law (Suzuki) 0 + 4 = 4
22 Lewis Rose (Kawasaki) 3 + 0 = 3
23 James Lassu (Honda) 2 + 0 = 2
24 Danny Smyth (Honda) 0 + 1 = 1

MX2

1 Mattis Karro (Suzuki) 25 + 25 = 50
2 Stephen Sword (KTM) 20 + 22 = 42
3 Jake Nicholls (KTM) 22 + 20 = 42
4 Scott Elderfield (Honda) 18 + 11 = 29
5 Neville Bradshaw (Honda) 13 + 15 = 28
6 Mel Pocock (Yamaha) 9 + 16 = 25
7 Martin Barr (Suzuki) 6 + 18 = 24
8 Joe Dark (Suzuki) 14 + 10 = 24
9 Graeme Irwin (KTM) 16 + 7 = 23
10 Rickard Sandberg (Honda) 12 + 8 = 20
11 Michael Phillips (Honda) 7 + 12 = 19
12 Wayne Smith (Yamaha) 3 + 13 = 16
13 Matthew Moffat (KTM) 10 + 6 = 16
14 Alan Keet (KTM) 11 + 4 = 15
15 Elliott Banks-Browne (Kawasaki) 15 + 0 = 15
16 Shane Carless (KTM) 0 + 14 = 14
17 Daniel Arnold (Kawasaki) 5 + 9 = 14
18 Alex Rockwell (Yamaha) 8 + 3 = 11
19 Tommy Fenwick (Honda) 4 + 5 = 9
20 Peter Kelly (Yamaha) 1 + 2 = 3
21 Lewis Tombs (Yamaha) 2 + 0 = 2
22 James Dodd (Kawasaki) 0 + 1 = 1