Qualifying times - Croft

Full qualifying times and grid positions for the tenth round of the 2009 British Superbike Championship at Croft.

1. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Yamaha 1min 20.124secs
2. Simon Andrews GBR Kawasaki 1min 20.974secs
3. Stuart Easton GBR Hydrex Honda 1min 20.980secs
4. Josh Brookes AUS HM Plant Honda 1min 21.072secs
5. James Ellison GBR Airwaves Yamaha 1min 21.079secs
6. Gary Mason GBR Quay Honda 1min 21.136secs Cup
7. Tommy Hill GBR Hydrex Honda 1min 21.138secs
8. Ian Lowry GBR Relentless TAS Suzuki 1min 21.254secs
9. Graeme Gowland GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha 1min 21.296secs
10. Chris Walker GBR Motorpoint/Henderson Yamaha 1min 21.626secs

11. Ryuichi Kiyonari JPN HM Plant Honda 1min 21.540secs
12. John Laverty IRL Buildbase Kawasaki 1min 21.541secs
13. Julien Da Costa FRA Kawasaki 1min 21.575secs
14. Peter Hickman GBR Ultimate Yamaha 1min 21.918secs Cup
15. Atsushi Watanabe JPN Relentless TAS Suzuki 1min 22.245secs

16. Tommy Bridewell GBR Team NB Suzuki 1min 21.973secs Cup
17. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Worx Crescent Suzuki 1min 22.039secs
18. Tristan Palmer GBR Buildbase Kawasaki 1min 22.061secs
19. Karl Harris GBR Rob Mac Racing Yamaha 1min 22.242ecs
20. Howie Mainwaring GBR Team Maxxis Yamaha 1min 23.379secs
21. Tom Tunstall GBR Hardinge Doodson Honda 1min 22.545secs Cup
22. Martin Jessopp GBR Riders Racing Honda 1min 22.615secs Cup
23. Kenny Gilbertson GBR JX Fuelcard Kawasaki No Time Cup

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Leon Camier - Airwaves Yamaha R1 [pic credit: Clive Challinor]
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Tommy Bridwell, Team WD-40 Kawasaki, [Credit: BSB]
Tommy Bridwell, Team WD-40 Kawasaki, [Credit: BSB]
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Ian S - Unregistered

September 12, 2009 4:25 PM

Apart from Camier, it's pretty close at the front and we should get another weekend of great racing. Poor Karl Harris though. 2 seconds off the pace and looking like a backmarker while Hill has jumped straight on Karl's bike and got to within a second of Camier. Seems too that Kiyo has just breathed a big sigh of relief as he isn't at the back any more. At the same time he seems to have woken Watanabe up and maybe we might just see the kind of form these Japanese superstars are known to be capable of. Let's hope it gets close to being as good as Cadwell was. We are big fans of BSB here in Texas!

Hedgeholer - Unregistered

September 12, 2009 9:10 PM

What's all this pathetic 'Kiyo's off the pace Haha' & 'Good to see Kiyo getting thrashed'. He was dominant when he was full time in BSB. He's come back cold, into a team which is seriously changed from when he left it, onto a bike which maybe someways similar but is also very different to the one he's dialed in to. By my reckoning that makes a midfield placement pretty fkn good and anything above that impressive. On top of that is he a thoroughly nice bloke who doesn't deserve snide pops from people who probably couldn't finish within 10% of his time if you gave 'em a head start.

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