Free practice times (2) - Mallory Park

Full free practice times (2) from the seventh round of the 2009 British Superbike Championship at Cadwell Park.

1. Tommy Hill GBR Worx Crescent Suzuki 56.227secs
2. Karl Harris GBR Hydrex Honda 56.591secs
3. James Ellison GBR Airwaves Yamaha 56.594secs
4. Chris Walker GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha 56.689secs
5. John Laverty IRL Buildbase Kawasaki 56.841secs
6. Josh Brookes AUS HM Plant Honda 56.898secs
7. Steve Brogan GBR HM Plant Honda 56.915secs
8. Julien Da Costa FRA MSS Colchester Kawasaki 57.003secs
9. Stuart Easton GBR Hydrex Honda 57.005secs
10. Graeme Gowland GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha 57.115secs
11. Michael Rutter GBR SMT Honda 57.182secs
12. Ian Lowry GBR Relentless TAS Suzuki 57.236secs
13. Tommy Bridewell GBR Team NB Suzuki 57.240secs Cup
14. David Johnson AUS Team Maxxis Adept Yamaha 57.265secs
15. Richard Cooper GBR Team Co-ordit Yamaha 57.304secs
16. Gary Mason GBR Quay Honda 57.333secs Cup
17. Simon Andrews GBR MSS Colchester Kawasaki 57.580secs
18. Tristan Palmer GBR Buildbase Kawasaki 57.614secs
19. Atsushi Watanabe JPN Relentless TAS Suzuki 57.680secs
20. Tom Tunstall GBR Hardinge Doodson Honda 57.720secs Cup
21. Kenny Gilbertson GBR JX Fuelcard Kawasaki 57.814secs Cup
22. Peter Hickman GBR Ultimate Yamaha 58.062secs Cup
23. Martin Jessopp GBR Riders Racing Honda 58.905secs Cup
24. Aaron Zanotti GBR Red Viper Honda 59.152secs
25. Michael Howarth GBR MV Agusta-JHS Racing 1min 01.078secs
26. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Yamaha No Time

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Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
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Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Dan Linfoot, Honda Racing [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
Leon Haslam, JG Speedfit Kawasaki [Credit: Ian Hopgood]
John Hopkins, British Moto Rapido [Credit: Ian Hopgood]

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ortinukcuf - Unregistered

July 17, 2009 9:12 PM

Hill & Guintoli will both thrash Shakey on equal equipment 9 outa 10 times (unless it rains). Hill already thrashed Shakey using a useless Rob Mac R1. This season is the first time the team has had some decent riders on the bike in years ... a problem created by accepting Suzuki rules & riders in the past. Look at where the 'factory' BSB Suzuki is. Alstare have a similar problem. A decent team able to develop the GSXR themselves, similar to what Ten Kate does with Honda, will do well in WSBK. Hill is better than the WSBK shot he was given. Guintoli is a world class rider. Shakey's ride is better than he deserves. Deal with it Nitro. Or dont, & act like you're 5.

kcirpehtelad - Unregistered

July 17, 2009 8:02 PM

Do you honestly think in this current economic climate a big name sponsor is seriously going to risk money funding a British team to enter the World Superbike Championship at arguably its most competitive time since its inception 21 years ago, and sink money into a pair of MotoGP and WSBK refugees for a team that hasn't even won a national SBK title since 2004 and generally can't even find or hold onto a decent rider for a full season ? I don't think so somehow...

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