Knockhill - Qualifying times.

1. Leon Haslam GBR HM Plant Honda 52.692 secs
2. Michael Rutter GBR NW 200 Ducati 52.966 secs
3. Shane Byrne GBR Airwaves Ducati 52.974 secs
4. Michael Laverty GBR Relentless TAS Suzuki 53.003 secs
5. Cal Crutchlow GBR HM Plant Honda 53.177 secs
6. Leon Camier GBR Airwaves Ducati 53.268 secs
7. Tom Sykes GBR Rizla Suzuki 53.295 secs
8. James Ellison GBR Hydrex Bike Animal Honda 53.587 secs
9. Karl Harris GBR Rob Mac Racing Yamaha 53.768 secs
10. Tristan Palmer GBR Tena for Men Honda 53.876 secs

11. Billy McConnell AUS MSS Discovery Kawasaki 54.109 secs
12. Tom Grant GBR SMT Honda 54.409 secs
13. Gary Mason GBR Quay Garage Honda (CUP) 54.634 secs
14. Kenny Gilbertson GBR Astro Racing Kawasaki 54.705 secs (CUP)
15. Guy Martin GBR Hydrex Bike Animal Honda 54.734 secs
16. Atsushi Watanabe JPN Rizla Suzuki 54.818 secs
17. Chris Burns GBR STP MV Agusta 54.891 secs
18. Scott Smart GBR Hawk Kawasaki 55.112 secs
19. Simon Andrews GBR Lloyds Jentin Yamaha 55.157 secs
20. David Johnson AUS Maxxis Honda 55.202 secs
21. Steve Mercer GBR MSS Discovery Kawasaki 55.317 secs
22. Tom Tunstall GBR Hardinge/Ice Valley Honda (CUP) 55.330secs
23. Leon Morris GBR Trimite Brookspeed Ducati (CUP) 55.351 secs
24. Martin Jessopp GBR Riders Racing Honda (CUP) 55.638 secs
25. Dean Ellison GBR CoOrdit Yamaha 55.930 secs
26. Michael Howarth GBR Tena for Men Honda (CUP) 56.279 secs
27. Aaron Zanotti GBR Red Viper Honda 56.407 secs
28. Shannon Etheridge AUS MAR Adept Kawasaki 56.885 secs (CUP)


John Laverty GBR NW200 Ducati (CUP)
Stuart Easton GBR MSS Discovery Kawasaki

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Ben Sugden - Unregistered

August 09, 2008 9:06 PM

Haslam has had a lot of bad luck with the bike, also tyres. There's been lots of races this year where he has been on the pace at the front, then dropped back. Tyres being the issue. As the riders dont have their personal choice of tyres this season (the tyres being the same throughout the paddock), some riders are having trouble, some riders are loving it. Leon is unfortunately one of the ones having trouble. Leon's last 2 seasons on his preferred tyres have been excellent. 2 riders better than him, beat him last year, one of those riders beat him the year before. Leon can do better. And i think he will. Give the guy a break

Pete - Unregistered

August 09, 2008 8:13 PM

It may be possible Haslam underestimated how strong his teammate was going to be this year and has overridden at times trying to beat him ?.I also think that pre-season many people believed he would walk to this years BSB title and anything less is seen as evidence that he is somehow rubbish ?.Personally I think he is a good rider,he has shown signs of that in the past and I think he is capable of doing a much better job than he has managed at times this year.The upcoming WSBK race at Donington (a track he knows like the back of his hand) will be a very good chance for him to prove his doubters wrong.He needs to run at least as well as Tom Sykes did at Brands.If not the knives will be out.

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