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WSBK: Round #6 &#8211,Borse Gucci Outlet; Portimao Qualifying Results
WSBK Press Release:Below the grey skies from the Autodromo International do Algarve,Gucci Sito Ufficiale, the eni FIM Superbike World Championship riders tackled today the 6th Tissot-Superpole of the year.An exceedingly close battle for any top slot around the grid saw Tom Sykes scoring his 16th career pole position for only a thousandth from a second – that translates into only 4.5 cm – on Eugene Laverty. The very same gap within the top-2 riders in Superpole happened only once before, as with 2009 Ben Spies snatched pole from Michel Fabrizio at Kyalami. The 1’41.360 set by way of the British rider meant also a new Best Lap for the Portuguese track.Tom Sykes:“I am really happy to have five Tissot-Superpole wins on the bounce,Borse Gucci, it really is a record in my opinion. I used to be able to perform time on your dry and sunny track but Eugene Laverty almost beat me with it this occassion. My organization is expecting two races tomorrow that i'm expecting these people to be difficult. We took a circuit best lap plus i was surprised at that because not too long ago I place in a good lap in better conditions. It reveals that Pirelli sometimes make a very good step aided by the tyres.”Eugene Laverty:“You can’t get any magnified the pole than that! Nevertheless I’m content to be on the front row. I developed a small mistake on my small fast lap and thought We compromised my performance. It’s unfortunate to make the thousandth of any second, but also in but the we’re ready in the races tomorrow understanding that weather conditions conditions is going to be good.”Today’s Superpole was partly depending aspect,Gucci Borse, as drops of rain started to fall moments just before the start Superpole 2. Per the 2013 WSBK Sporting Regulations, the final 20-minute wet session happened boost 12 riders involved. The stipulations quickly improved, though, meaning the riders could fight to find positions on the grid for a dry track.Jonathan Rea completes the earliest row of your grid for tomorrow’s two races,Gucci Outlet, continuing to thrill following excellent performance in qualifying. Fourth place Marco Melandri finished before Sylvain Guintoli, Loris Baz and a improving Carlos Checa, merely allowed to put up a superb lap onboard his 1199 Panigale R despite his left shoulder injury.Frenchman Jules Cluzel was 8th along the flag associated with an italian man , trio of Michel Fabrizio, Ayrton Badovini and Davide Giugliano. This year's STK1000 Champion were minor crash at Turn 8 within the last Superpole session.Tissot-Superpole times:1. Sykes (Kawasaki) 1’41.360 average 163.094 kph2. Laverty (Aprilia) 1’41.3613. Rea (Honda) 1’41.7874. Melandri (BMW) 1’42.1155. Guintoli (Aprilia) 1’42.2096. Baz (Kawasaki) 1’42.3287. Checa (Ducati) 1’42.4058. Cluzel (Suzuki) 1’42.6459. Fabrizio (Aprilia) 1’43.03210. Badovini (Ducati)11. Giugliano (Aprilia)12. Davies (BMW)13. Camier (Suzuki)14. Haslam (Honda)15. Neukirchner (Ducati)World Supersport – Lowes on pole over Sofuoglu:Sam Lowes keeps his 2013 pole position streak alive by securing the best right the grid – for any fourth amount of time in a row – after today’s Qualifying 2. The latest Championship leader set a prospering lap-time of 1’44.804 using race tires, resulting a common rider allowed to lap below the 1’45 bracket. Kenan Sofuoglu begins tomorrow’s race from 2nd place, and then Sheridan Morais, team mate Fabien Foret and Andrea Antonelli.Dutchman Michael van der Mark was 6th earlier than Jack Kennedy and Luca Scassa. The Irishman got a collision with Lowes over the session by which he escaped uninjured, despite some initial concern.David Salom wound up 11th, behind Raffaele De Rosa and rookie Riccardo Russo. Another collision involved Mathew Scholtz and Gabor Talmacsi, while a regrettable Lorenzo Zanetti crashed by himself at Turn 15, eventually qualifying in 26th place.Times:1. Lowes (Yamaha) 1’44.804 average 157.734 kph2. Sofuoglu (Kawasaki) 1’45.3193. Morais (Honda) 1’45.5344. Foret (Kawasaki) 1’45.8455. Antonelli (Kawasaki) 1’46.0356. Vd Mark (Honda) 1’46.0857. Kennedy (Honda) 1’46.1318. Scassa (Kawasaki) 1’46.2119. De Rosa (Honda) 1’46.25410. Russo (Kawasaki) 1’46.272Superstock 1000:An early on crash at Turn 14 decided not to allow Sylvain Barrier to further improve his lap-time set yesterday in Qualifying 1, but didn’t stop the defending STK1000 Champion from scoring his 3rd pole position of year. Monza race winner Lorenzo Savadori managed to close at the lead at his penultimate quick lap attempt until the flag in today’s second qualifying session, eventually finishing 2nd which includes a 0.071 seconds gap from tomorrow’s pole-sitter.Italy’s Eddi La Marra secured the previous slot with the first row by ending up third preceding Kawasaki duo of former STK600 Champion Jeremy Guarnoni and Romain Lanusse. Championship leader Niccolò Canepa need to have a good start in tomorrow’s race when he appeared qualifying in 8th place behind Argentinean Leandro Mercado and Czech Ondrej Jezek.Times:1. Barrier (BMW) 1’45.881 average 156.130 kph2. Savadori (Kawasaki) 1’45.9523. La Marra (Ducati) 1’46.0414. Guarnoni (Kawasaki) 1’46.3855. Lanusse (Kawasaki) 1’46.5306. Mercado (Kawasaki) 1’46.9407. Jezek (Ducati) 1’46.9598. Canepa (Ducati) 1’46.9609. Lussiana (Kawasaki) 1’47.01710. McFadden (BMW) 1’47.545Superstock 600 – Race:Franco Morbidelli has won an amazing and unpredictable S motorcycle brake lever uperstock 600 race at Portimao, after the close 4-way battle for that victory while in the closing stages. The maiden STK600 victory for ones 19 years old Italian – who had been warmly cheered by WSBK rider Michel Fabrizio at Parc Fermé afterward – was a pur adjustable handle e illustration of perfect race craft, especially at the last lap, when he fought as well with Tony Covena on your lead until the Dutchman went wide at Turn 13, allowing Bastien Chesaux and Gauthier Duwelz to find through.While Morbidelli had been defend his small margin to entirely as race winner, Duwelz was able to create a last second pass over Chesaux at the finish straight for 2nd, by using a clearly disappointed Covena that you should follow in 4th place after an exciti Motorcycle racing parts ng performance on tra clutch lever Motorcycle lever ck.Pole-sitter Adrian Nestorovic&# adjustable levers clutch and brake levers 8217;s race drew into a very early end at the first turn after high-siding and landing badly over the tarmac. The Australian was informed you have no major injuries except for a concussion.Results:1. Morbidelli (Kawasaki) 10 Laps/45.920 km in 18’20.298 average 150.243 kph2. Duwelz (Yamaha) 0.0623. Chesaux (Honda) 0.1034. Coveña (Kawasaki) 0.2205. Gamarino (Kawasaki) 3.6636. Nocco (Kawasaki) 4.7847. Marchal (Yamaha) 5.6408. Mulhauser (Yamaha) 11.6309. Vitali (Suzuki) 11.81410. Jones (Honda) 15.20011. Salvadori (Yamaha) 15.36612. Casalotti (Yamaha) 17.15713. D’Annunzio (Yamaha) 17.29614. Cecchini (Honda) 17.49215. Schmitter (Yamaha) 18.465Standings:1. Duwelz 772. Chesaux 563. Morbidelli 544. Coveña 525. Morrentino 336. Mulhauser 327. Nestorovic 318. Gamarino 319. Salv Motorcycle lever adori 2710. Nocco 2511. Tessels 1912. Casalotti 1913. Tuuli 1714. Tatasciore 1615. Vitali 15For additional information: -->
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