BSB » Assen - Qualifying times

Full qualifying times from the tenth round of the 2013 MCE British Superbike Championship (Round 1 of Title Showdown) at Assen, the Netherlands.

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September 21, 2013 7:53 PM

You may have forgotten Mondello....that's in Ireland so tell me again how stupid it is given they were doing it for years and nobody moaned....?
I have some friends out there and they are loving it. I think it's great they go abroad tbh.


September 21, 2013 8:14 PM

once again good old tommy bridewell, "put me on a half decent bike" and what do ya get, pure talent, who needs all this practice ****, lol!! just get on it and wring its F***in neck.

Sump Rat

September 21, 2013 10:31 PM

Awesome Alex Lowes strikes again!
So much quicker than most of the field. when BSB is usually so tight
Yes bernyec Tommy Bridewell does ride well, He makes a good bike look even faster.

Fullofit I could not agree more. so dumb. it is the British sbk championship. What about a round of the Australian sbk championship in New Zealand.


September 21, 2013 11:11 PM

@ Cubikrube

Maybe you don't grasp the concept of national vs European vs world championship competitions.

Perhaps Chelsea should play their home games out of Moscow ... or perhaps parliament should be moved to the Algarve so that the politicians can also experience how great it is to work abroad in a national capacity?

Or maybe it's just easier to call it the BWRIOCTSB Championship?


September 22, 2013 8:09 AM

It only matters where they race if it prevents you from watching it live. Having said that. Why do they have sporting events in camel countries where there are virtually no spectators, hence little atmosphere. I've been to races there where the commentators laugh and some spectators cheer if there's an accident!?


September 22, 2013 9:06 AM
Last Edited 871 days ago

It's great that they race abroad. It gives people from other countries a chance to see the races at the track and also gives Brits a good excuse to have a weekend break away from the UK.

It's not that uncommon either, look at DTM - a german championship - yet they hold rounds in England, Austria, Russia and the Netherlands.

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