Haga stays fastest

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Cold and wet conditions for the second qualifying session at Magny Cours mean that Noriyuki Haga goes into Superpole top of the timesheets, as no rider was able to improve on first session times.

Many riders elected to skip the session, with the top three all remaining in their pit garages. of those that did go out onto the track, Troy Corser was fastest with 1:45.684, with Roberto Rolfo second fastest with 1:49.522. Corser was no doubt warmed by the fact he's set to ride alongside Haga for Yamaha Italia in 2007.

Qualifying times:

Haga N. 1'40.474

Toseland J. 1'40.734

Lanzi L. 1'40.821

Pitt A. 1'40.872

Corser T. 1'40.936

Kagayama Y. 1'40.950

Nieto F. 1'40.954

Bayliss T. 1'41.006

Muggeridge K. 1'41.044

Barros A. 1'41.184

Walker C. 1'41.385

Fabrizio M. 1'41.547

Gimbert S. 1'41.563

Nakatomi S. 1'41.644

Neukirchner M. 1'41.648

Laconi R. 1'41.744

Chili P. 1'41.828

Abe N. 1'41.993

Rolfo R. 1'42.155

Clementi I. 1'42.334

Martin S. 1'42.479

Brookes J. 1'42.777

Roberts K. 1'43.263

Iannuzzo V. 1'43.750

Jones C. 1'44.020

Goi I. 1'44.567

Drazdak J. 1'46.935

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